Posted: 6th April, 2022Glasgow, United Kingdom
Salary: circa £37,000 p/a depending on experience (6 months fixed term)
At Twig Education we’re passionate about STEM education. We aim to bring a sprinkle of magic into the classroom. We care about what we do and how we do it. Since launching in 2011, our resources are now used by hundreds of thousands of teachers, in over 60 countries and in 19 different languages.
Key tasks and responsibilities include
- Develop film ideas in collaboration with teams across Twig and Imagine Learning
- Scripting films to an exemplary standard for students across a range of ages and abilities
- Researching and evaluating footage for use in films
- Developing visual ideas and writing graphics briefs
- Directing, reviewing and providing feedback on edits
- Directing voice-over artists and attending sound mixing sessions
- Managing communication to, and feedback from, internal and external stakeholders, including the Executive Producer
- Collating and keeping track of delivery, review and feedback schedules between internal departments and external partners
- Work with archive and rights team to ensure content is clearable and cleared
- Task managing Editors, Researchers and Assistant Producers as required
- Tracking film and project progress, using systems and technology as required
- Maintaining Twig editorial standards and production values at all times
- Reviewing films, ensuring the very highest quality of our final output
- Raising risks to quality, schedule or budget
- Other production tasks as necessary
Expected behaviours include:
Being proactive in understanding how your role contributes to the success of the project and Twig as a whole. Ask why things work the way they do and whether there is a better way to deliver.
Thinking critically about what is being asked in a task, identify what is really needed and think through the consequences. Use your initiative.
Communicating clearly, concisely, comprehensively and appropriately with relevant stakeholders. Make good judgments on who needs to know what and when and the tone of communication. Present the right amount of information in a way that is easily understood.
Articulating risks at a point when there is time to devise a solution. Risks could include issues that prevent Twig meeting deadlines or maintaining the quality of our output.
Actively contributing to the solution-focused, collaborative culture of Twig Education, driving synergy and understanding between departments and teams.
Do it better. Inspire understanding. Make it magical. Embrace our brand values in everything you do at Twig.
What is it like to work at Twig?
As a company, we strive to maintain an open, fair, relaxed and flexible culture where hard work is recognised and rewarded.
Benefits of working at Twig include:
- Salaries in line with market rates
- Flexible working arrangements
- Cycle to work scheme
- Healthshield cashback plan
- Generous holiday allowance including birthday off
Equal opportunities statement
Twig is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.