The Videographer is responsible for filming, editing and delivering outstanding video content. Must be multi-skilled, highly competent person who is flexible and knowledgeable enough to play different roles as circumstances required. The role is hands-on, and he/she must have creative capacity and technical skills.
Transport, set-up and operate various production equipment including cameras, audio and video recorders, lighting equipment, props, and microphones for location (indoor and outdoor) and studio production.
Oversee the security, operation, and maintenance of equipment utilized in shooting and editing. Be proficient in maintaining proper levels and calibration of cameras, audio and video recording devices
Support the Marketing Department with producing, filming, and editing video content. This may also include finding interview subjects, creating graphics, and presenting concepts to the leadership team.
Visualize production scripts and briefs while understanding the requirements for producing great results for each piece of work.
Collaborate with team members to develop interview questions and storyboards.
Plan and set-up equipment and staging area to capture shots to fulfill the brief. Prepare for basic lighting needs and optimal audio capture.
Edit and assemble final visual/audio program material. Ensure consistency and relevancy to production while monitoring technical quality of end product.
Encode and deliver content for web, social, DVD, and/or broadcast publication.
Manage media data in an organized manner including tagging subject matter, participants, publication dates, and archival of completed jobs.
Understand and use brand management guidelines for developing stories and product.
Participate in developing ideas to succeed with marketing campaigns and other projects as assigned.
Display excellent interpersonal communication and customer service skills with staff and guests alike.
Perform any other duties necessary to meet job responsibilities.
Experience in camera operation, DSLR & digital video cameras, sound equipment and the overall production process is essential.
Tech savvy, with considerable knowledge of audio/visual equipment, hardware, software, troubleshooting and techniques used in video production & editing.
Highly proficient in editing with Premiere Pro.
Knowledge of safe work practices, particularly lighting and manual handling.
Creative with an extraordinary eye for detail
Excellent communication skills
Enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work as a team and independently
Work well under pressure to meet deadlines, including working out of office hours and occasionally on weekends
Team player mentality
Flexible with good initiative able to deal with ambiguity (asking the right questions, anticipating needs, being resourceful and preparing for a number of outcomes.)
Bachelor’s degree in Radio, TV or film desired
2 years’ experience operating video cameras and editing equipment
Able to lift and move equipment; perform basic repairs on video/photo equipment; research solutions and make technical decisions
Experience of using HTML & Flash, Photoshop, Motion, After Effects
Understanding of business/corporate needs and customer service
All candidates invited for an interview will be asked to provide a sample video of their work (30-second short video clips and longer clips over 1 minute or longer).
If you've got what it takes, we'll provide the rest:
Medical and voluntary insurance benefits
Paid holidays and PTO
Special farm fringe benefits
Family atmosphere in an office environment with casual dress
Full training and in-depth industry orientation
For confidential consideration, submit a cover letter and resume to be considered.
At The Chef's Garden, equal talent will always get equal opportunity.
DFWP/Background Checks Required
Job Type: Full-time