Junior Editor, TVF Media
- Closes28th April 2019
- TypeFull time
- SalaryPaid (£20k-25k)
- Artformfilm, interdisciplinary arts, photography, music, visual arts
Online Post Production are a full-service production, post-production, and audio facility who specialize in editing, GFX, audio, and MCR services. We are part of the TVF Media Group, a young and vibrant company that has been at the forefront of new media for more than ten years, working on feature films, ad campaigns, branding and social. Some of our clients include McCann Erickson, Ogilvy, BBC, UEFA Champions League, MasterCard, Channel 4, Discovery and HarperCollins. We focus on innovation and operate at the cutting edge of technology with our own in-house specialists.
We are looking for a talented and creative junior editor and After Effects specialist to join our growing team. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with excellent, communication, organisational and problem solving skills. They will have some technical knowledge with a background in editing and troubleshooting for delivery, and will be able to demonstrate a keen enthusiasm for both the technical and creative aspects of television, film and digital media.
On a day to day basis the successful candidate will QC video and audio for delivery to broadcasters worldwide and will possess a good understanding of delivery codecs. You must be organised, have a keen eye for detail, understand tape / digital workflows and be able to manage multiple deadlines on a tight schedule.
All applicants should have excellent educational credentials (minimum of a 2.1 from a top university). Very good knowledge of After Effects is essential, as is experience in Premiere Pro, Media Encoder & Final Cut Pro. You should have an understanding of audio file formats and protocols for broadcast as well. There is plenty of room for growth in this varied role, please only apply if you meet the requirements listed.
Please apply now via the online portal on our website: http://www.tvf.co.uk/careers/tvf-digital/junior-editor