Hours Per Week:
4-7
Suitable for:
Students/Alumni
Can this job be completed remotely?
Yes
Location
Working remotely
Display Salary
£15.78 p/h (including holiday pay)
Vacancy Type
Temp
 

Job Description

We are seeking a video editor to edit an interview style video for UAL Accommodation Services.
The video will be titled 'Living in Halls During a Pandemic' and the interviews have already been filmed, ready for editing.
 
You will use the title and video templates that will be provided and must follow UAL brand video guidelines, which we will go through with you pre-editing.
 
You will use Adobe Premiere Pro/ After Effects to edit the video which will be published on the UAL YouTube channel. 
 
You will have a week to complete the editing, but should take a total 4-7 hours depending on if any further edits need to be made. We will ensure to send you all the details as well as a quick run through of the brief once you have accepted the role.
 
Video Details: 
 
  • The final video should be around 3 minutes long.
  •  The editing will require cutting down the clips, transitions, text overlays, an intro and outro. We will go through examples and storyboard and send you all the relevant details.
 

Personal Specification

  • Candidate who has a passion and skill for video editing. Expert level is not required.
  • Candidate must be comfortable in using Adobe Premiere Pro/ After Effects.
  •  Candidate is able to complete the given task by the mentioned deadline
  • Candidate is happy to make edits if needed.

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