Video Content Specialist

Video Content Specialist 395606
Location: Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Pay Rate: $30.00
Contract: 6 months +
PLEASE Contact : Jenesis Omaga at 404-609-4579 or Jenesis.Omaga@cdicorp.com
Position Description
Please send link to demo Reels or sample work where the candidate edited on their own. Include link with resume
Project Overview:
We are seeking a video specialist to provide creative vision, shoot, and edit instructional videos.
CS First (g.co/cs first) creates instructional content for students in grades 4 - 12.
The videos use a mixture of talking heads and screencasts to guide students through building projects using MIT\'s block based programming language Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/).
Applied Digital Skills (g.co/applied digital skills) creates instructional content for learners in 7th-12th as well as adult learners in continuing education settings. These videos teach life skills such as budgeting while also teaching digital skills using G Suite to build projects.
Top 3 Daily Responsibilities:
1. Produce 90 hours of video content in under six months (very fast turnaround).
2. Manage process of video creation, from creating a vision, to producing, to editing the videos.
3. Shoot videos for the education videos and screencasts.
Additional Responsibilities:
Edit videos used to teach students CS and digital skill concepts by editing together b-roll shots, using keying, finding usable outside third-party footage, and using other video effects.
Revise existing videos when new content is added or taken away
Required Skills:
BA or BS degree in video arts or equivalent industry experience.
1-2 Years of experience of video editing
Proven experience shooting and editing videos on extremely tight deadlines (e.g. completion of 30 minutes of final video content in 40 hours of work).
Working knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Screen flow.
Strong knowledge of video processes and best practices.
Nice to have skills/Not required:
Experience creating educational content.
Knowledge of coding using Scratch.
Ability to direct actors

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