We’re looking for an engaging and personable individual for our technology start-up!
Trueform is transforming the way tech products are sold. Videographers shoot, develop, and edit video to capture important moments and other action. Videographers work full- and part-time hours during flexible shifts, including weekends and evenings, depending on when events are scheduled to take place. Videographers work for themselves as freelancers and divide their working hours between traveling to various events to capture video out in the field and working in office environments to edit recorded video.
Do you have the creative magic: The ability to WOW is a metric we’re looking for on our creative team.
Our team is human – considerate, approachable, hungry, loyal and accountable. We are passionate about technology, geeky about our data, and excited to be pioneering a different approach to the end-consumer shopping experience.
Who you are
Computer skills – videographers need good computer skills to work with various video editing software programs, such as Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, and Photoshop
Interpersonal skills – videographers use excellent interpersonal skills to work with people of all ages from all walks of life, helping them feel relaxed and comfortable in front of the camera
Time management – videographers use time management skills to work within tight deadlines, capturing action and once-in-a-lifetime moments on camera
Multitasking – because videographers capture many different moments, people, and expressions on camera, employers look for professionals with multitasking skills to fill this role
Communication skills – videographers provide direction to capture the right moments on camera, which requires good verbal communication skills
Physical fitness – it takes physical fitness for videographers to transport, move, set up, and take down various pieces of heavy recording equipment
Attention to detail – videographers use keen attention to detail to make precise edits to captured video and stage beautiful scenes for filming purposes
What you'll do
Videographers perform various job duties based on the event they’re recording and the needs of the hiring business or individual.
Capture Action on Camera
Videographers record important events using camera, lighting, and audio equipment.
Videographers direct people to capture specific action and events for the camera.
Edit Recorded Video
Videographers edit captured video to tell concise, visually pleasing stories.
Set Up Equipment
Videographers set up and break down recording equipment before and after use. This includes taping down cables for safety.
Design Promotional Videos
Videographers create short promotional videos for the hiring company or for personal marketing purposes.
Videographers track time spent shooting and editing video in order to create invoices for clients or to fill out timesheets for employers.
Videographers have a good eye for detail and beauty. They use their skills to tell visual stories with video and audio recorded during various events.
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
Enrolled at a 4 year Degree Program
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Proven knowledge and execution of successful development strategies.
Focused and goal-oriented.
A portfolio or link showcasing their past work and abilities.
Trueform is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to equal opportunity without regard to age, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, disability, pregnancy, maternity, marriage, civil partnership, citizenship, disability, or any other basis of discrimination prohibited by applicable law.