Education Week, the nation’s premier news organization covering K-12 education, is looking for an experienced and creative video producer/editor to support a talented team of visual storytellers for a 3-4-month period. The term of the contract is flexible. The Video Producer is a member of the editorial team for Education Week with responsibility for helping to conceptualize, plan, shoot, edit, and produce video for multiple platforms, including digital and social, that reflects EdWeek’s expertise and content standards. Under the direction of the Deputy Managing Editor for Visuals, the video producer will work with other video producers, as well as other news staff and visual colleagues to produce content for multiple platforms.
Provide temporary support to the video team at large
Help conceptualize, plan, shoot, edit, and produce video for multiple platforms
Plan assignment coverage with reporters and editors
Hire, coordinate (“produce”), and negotiate freelance assignments with videographers
Work with the web and social media teams to distribute and promote our videos across platforms
Please attach resume, cover letter, work sample, and compensation requirements to application submission
1-5 years related experience in a news/media/information and video production
Proficiency in Adobe Premiere (After Effects strongly desired)
Excellent news judgment and strong story sense
Ability to meet deadlines
Produce content to a high technical quality
Additional Salary Information: Pay scale commensurate with experience. This is a temporary, contract position that does not provide benefits.
About Editorial Projects in Education
Editorial Projects in Education Is the independent, nonprofit publisher of Education Week and other high-quality print and online products on K-12 education. EPE's mission is to raise awareness and understanding of critical issues facing American schools. It is a 501(c)(3) organization.