Reports To: Visual Communications Director
Collaborates with: Communications and Development Teams
Location: Victoria, British Columbia
The Video Content Editor / Digital Asset Manager produces innovative content for our environmental campaigns that connect, move, and inspire. They create high-visibility, high-impact, short and long-form videos, using in-house resources, ensuring that videos are on-brand and follow the latest standards and trends in content marketing and design. They will help manage and organize the Pacific Wild image and footage database, and play a key role in the post-production workflow and dissemination of materials. A strong storyteller, they will produce high-value content that people want to share, and create impactful experiences for donors, beneficiaries, supporters, and viewers, ensuring the voice of Pacific Wild remains consistent and aligns with our mission.
- Work with the Communications team to assist in the full film production process for identified projects and campaigns, from ideation and pre-production through production and post, including budget and timeline management
- Produce video assets that maintain brand integrity, elevate the brand internally and externally, deliver meaningful experiences, drive impact, and ensure tangible conservation outcomes.
- Manage elements of day-to-day/general footage and image management and fulfillment, including footage and image requests.
- Effectively piece together the story either from existing script or outline
- Work under the direction of the Visual Communications Director to ingest and manage Pacific Wild’s image and footage catalogues
- Help coordinate stock materials requests and dissemination of materials to clients and partners
Required Skills & Experience
- 3+ years’ experience in video editing, including sound editing, with a variety of formats
- 2+ years in digital asset management, especially in long-term management of large volumes of high resolution still and video material
- Talent in the art of storytelling, demonstrating creative thinking and problem-solving
- Strong understanding of editing principles, trends, and best practices, especially for online advocacy campaigns
- Skills with sound design, colour correction/grading, and/or animation
- Demonstrated ability and comfort with the Adobe Creative Suite
- Experience with DaVinci Resolve and high resolution data workflows, especially RED cinema workflows
- High production capacity, with the ability and motivation to produce videos in a tight turnaround
- Strong time management skills, with ability to prioritize and balance multiple simultaneous projects
- Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail
- Highly motivated and self-directed, with ability to work independently, proactively solve problems, and execute on deliverables
- Reliable, responsive, and open to feedback and direction
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Experience and demonstrable passion for environmental issues and campaigns a great asset
Qualifications & Education
- Degree in Film Arts/Digital Production/Video Journalism or equivalent experience
- Full time position based out of Victoria, BC
- 7.5 hr workday / 37.5 hr work week
- Remote work environment
- Periodic travel to meetings and events in Victoria, Vancouver, on Vancouver Island, and on the Central Coast is required
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.