Video Editor

Glasgow, United Kingdom

Posted: 20th June 2022

Department: Marketing

Salary: circa £28,000 p/a dependant on experience (6 months fixed term)

About Twig

Twig Education creates incredible, inclusive Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) learning experiences full of aha! moments that students remember forever. We couldn’t do this without creative and passionate people who challenge and inspire each other. We are now working as a part of Imagine Learning, where Science meets Math, ELA and more! 

At Imagine Learning we ignite learning breakthroughs. It drives everything we do. We innovate together to support educators in creating those special moments when students experience the joy of learning at its best. We serve more than 10 million students and partner with more than 7,500 school districts nationwide.

 That’s where you come in! Working for Twig means getting the chance to use your talents to the fullest, doing work that makes the world a better place in an environment where your contributions get noticed. 

We hire talented individuals, give them the chance to shine, and recognise the impact they make on Twig and on the lives of students across the globe. We’re here to change the world of STEM education. Want to join us?

Key tasks and responsibilities include:
  • Editing short films to a high creative and technical standard reflecting the quality, accuracy and engagement aims of Twig

  • Collaborating with wider Imagine Learning teams in the US on product promotional assets

  • Working with the Marketing Producer to produce motion graphics and graphic representations of learning concepts and processes

  • Digesting and acting on film feedback from Marketing Producer, Director of Strategic Marketing and the Head of Film Production

  • Engaging with established workflows and taking responsibility for your individual projects

  • Understanding and adhering to technical and best-practice requirements, when delivering to Post-Production

  • Sourcing and selecting footage, where appropriate adapting Twig’s existing resources

  • Interrogating archive paperwork, and liaising with our archive and rights team to ensure archive is clearable 

  • Raising risks to quality, schedule or budget

  • Working specifically with Producers to deliver the highest standard films, to time and budget

  • Tracking film progress, using systems and technology as required

  • Other production and marketing tasks as necessary

Expected behaviours include:
  • Being proactive in understanding how your role contributes to the success of the project. 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.
Requirements
  • A proven track record in creating video or digital productions
  • Knowledge of all Adobe Suite, especially Premiere Pro and After Effects
  • Experience working on projects with multiple internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • Understanding of marketing practices, social media trends and news online content formats
  • Flexibility and resilience – our projects have multiple, interdependent parts and continuously develop and adapt
  • Experience with content management systems and processes
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.

Think you might be right for this role? We'd love to hear from you!

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