Video Editor - West London - £30k - £35k + benefits
Our client is a well-established retail company based in London, due to growth and expansion in retails stores and online sales they are now looking to recruit a Video Editor.
This is an important role to display proficient cutting and finishing skills on both long and short form edits using Avid Media Composer. You will be proficient with After Effects and be able to demonstrate technical ability and creativity to work in a variety of styles and develop high-impact graphics through After Effects.
The role involves working alongside other editors as part of a lively and busy in-house Post Production team. You must be able to use your creativity to make high quality films that make our products stand out from the crowd. On a day-to-day basis you will editing short-form TVC’s, promo’s and long-form infomercials for TV broadcast and our in store retailers, as well as editing short form content for online and social.
- 2 to 3 years working on Avid Media Composer and After Effects in a professional broadcast environment.
- Excellent communicator and able to adhere to department file structure and best practice.
- Attention to detail and media management skills are crucial.
- A knowledge of regulatory codes and their interpretation by ASA and Clearcast and keeping up to date with new technology in the marketplace is desirable for success in this role.
This is a great opportunity for a junior editor who wants to move to a mid-level intermediate role.
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