salary: $15-20/hour (depending on experience)
application deadline: may 26th, 2017
dates: 5/30 - 6/30
We’re looking for a creative, professional, and resourceful video producer. We have the gear, just looking for the talent.
re:work is a young nonprofit, and you’ll be the first ever intern. We’ll pay an hourly wage (based on experience), but you should be in it for the mission, as well. You’ll work directly with leadership.
You will be producing our candidate profile videos (example: https://reworktraining.org/kaila-peterson)
So, what would you be doing?
Understanding our mission and the industry we serve
Developing a script/questions with leadership
One day of filming 6-8 different people on similar content
Filming B-Roll (over several days, if needed)
Editing videos down to ~60 seconds, highlighting the strengths of each candidate
Delivering a finished product (6-8 videos with sound mixing and final color)
What do we need from you?
To embody our values: perspective, merit, respect, courage, communication, flexibility
Curiosity. You question the status quo and offer alternative ideas & methods
Professionalism. You are consistent and punctual
Flexibility. You handle surprises with dexterity and grace
Experience. You’ve filmed and edited before, preferably with experience taking a project from start to finish
Bonus points for:
A unique professional and educational background
Previous video work on a Canon Rebel T6
Proposing ways to make our videos better in your application
How to apply:
Interested? Send your LinkedIn profile/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with a note on why you’re interested, and why you’d do well.
re:work training is a 501(c)3 that trains people with nontraditional backgrounds how to sell software. We then get them entry-level sales jobs at Chicago tech employers. More at reworktraining.org.