Location
London
Department
Events
Vacancy Type
Permanent
About The Role

The Junior Video Editor provides all phases of video production expertise to Multimedia projects and provides support to the Video Production team.

Key responsibilities and duties

  • Responsibilities to include all elements of video production support.
  • Work with Producer to edit creative videos for clients using mainly Premiere Pro and After Effects.
  • Operate camera equipment, professional lighting equipment, microphones, audio mixers and encoders at broadcast levels as needed.
  • Quality assurance & troubleshooting.
  • Location scouting and film bookings.
  • Assist Video Production Manager with development of production plans; verify approval process and track milestones/deadlines.
  • Convert media files for use with different platforms.
  • Research additional footage, photos, or music needed for video projects.
  • Assist Video Production Manager with general organization and coordination as required.
  • Encoding of video and audio content, video content capture & publishing.
  • Media and web content integration (packaging).
  • Create and build graphics for video projects
  • Development of Multimedia skills to progress role.

Other responsibilities and duties of the post holder

  • Ability to identify and troubleshoot issues within content creation process and support infrastructure requirements.
  • Handle all requirements by the client/management to ensure the tasks in hand are completed to a standard that ensures the client is happy with the service requested.
About The Candidate
  • Ability to remain calm in high-pressure situations.
  • High energy level; ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Flexible, adaptable team-player; ability to work as part of a unit with global cross-coverage responsibilities.
  • Display a professional and courteous manner to all clients and technical staff.
  • Extended hours as necessary.
  • Application knowledge of HTML, Adobe Creative Suite including Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition, Illustrator…
  • Extensive knowledge in Microsoft Windows Media, Apple QuickTime and Flash video technologies.
  • Experience of Multimedia production, filming, editing, sound mixing, animation creation, lighting of filming locations and production of high profile events.
  • Strong customer-focus and understanding the sensitivities of working on a client’s site.
  • Self motivator with excellent organisational and communication skills.
  • Able to prioritise and work under pressure is essential.
About Kinly:

At Kinly we believe working together is the most exciting thing in the world. In the modern workplace, we enable people to share, discuss, and truly work together with videoconferencing, AV- and Smart technologies. For us, it doesn’t stop with technology, we will be there, every step of the way to help People work smarter, in different places and spaces.

Our ambition is to be the Thought Leader and Market Leader in our targeted verticals and markets. We are already No. 1 in our European, UK, Dutch and Norwegian regions, and now a Global Top 3 company in our industry. From 20 offices around the world our 1,200 employees serve more than 2500 Clients ranging from innovative startups to Fortune 500 companies and Governments, in over 125 countries.

Kinly believes the key to success lies in the skill and passion of our people; Our values, being Passionate Innovators, Reliable Professionals and “In it Together” are all about how we build a culture to make our Brand Promise come true:

Working together.

Everywhere.

 

Equal Opportunities:

Kinly is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, age, gender identity, pregnancy, colour, race, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, religion or any other ‘protected characteristics. We welcome your application.