Video Content Producer
Video Content Producer - D&AD Shift
Reports to: Partnerships Manager
Location: Remote / London (Shoreditch)
Hours: 15 hours per week
Contract: project through May 2022
Salary: £16,125 for completion of project
D&AD is looking for a producer specialising in video production to deliver a number of films based on the D&AD Shift with Google programme.
As a non-profit dedicated to supporting the careers of creatives from all backgrounds, much of our content aims to both showcase our programmes and share learnings from them to an audience of professional and aspiring creatives.
We are looking for an experienced video producer who can oversee video projects from brief to delivery, upholding best practice standards and brand guidelines. They will have a contact book, including videographers, editors, subtitlers and audio engineers, who they can call on to put small teams together to create a variety of videos.
The successful candidate will have experience working with small and agile teams across a number of different types of video production, including:
- Remote filming, such as via Zoom
- Editing-based projects
- Filmed interviews and documentary style films
- Social media assets and edits
Role responsibilities include:
- Overseeing video production from brief to delivery
- Liaising with D&AD stakeholders to ensure deliverables are in line with brand guidelines and overall content strategy
- Creating briefs
- Aligning deliverables with budgets
- Managing freelance suppliers to deliver filming, editing, subtitles etc.
- Ensuring deliverables are on brand and to brief
- Aligning video deliverables with content and web requirements
- Aligning video deliverables with partnership requirements
- Ensuring films are inclusive and accessible to all
The role will report into the Partnerships team and take direction from the content and marketing teams.
Due to the number of applications we receive, we regret that you will not be contacted unless you are shortlisted for an interview. If you have not heard from us within three weeks of the closing date of your application you should assume that you have not been successful on this occasion.
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