Artisans on Fire is looking to hire a full-time video producer that can shoot and edit. The main software is Adobe Premiere, but looking for someone who is also proficient in AfterEffects, able to swing between a Motion Designer role and a Video Editor role as needed. Our work is diverse, spanning cannabis and casino campaigns to hunting product review webisodes, from short documentary profiles to nation TV commercials to animation-driven work. All of our work features post-production as a visible creative element, rather than an invisible component– so we are looking for similar portfolios in applicants. The Video Editor and Motion designer is a very collaborative role, working closely with other editors, our graphic design department, our social media department, in-house photographers and internal creative leads. We are seeking solutions-oriented heavy hitters that have ideas that are not only creative but effective as marketing tools. Our workplace is a fast-paced environment, with a vibrant culture and a colorful set of creative thinkers working in a modern way.
Digital Creative Content Producer | Video | Editing | Writing |
Does the idea of perfecting the smallest creative detail on a video project keep you up at night?
Does the thought of seeing a photo that you took ending up in a magazine or blowing up on social media get you unreasonably excited?
Quit that boring job you keep complaining about and come complain about us!
Artisans On Fire is a small creative marketing agency that currently specializes in content creation for three specific industries; cannabis, casino gaming, and hunting. Since 2015, we’ve been working to reinvent the creative that exists in these industries for our clients.
We are looking for an experienced, skilled and multi-talented Digital Creative Content Producer to join our team. An ideal candidate will feel completely comfortable working with various types of content in a fast-paced agency environment. You should also have a solid portfolio of video and/or photography content that displays your growing experience.
Candidates must provide a reel/sample portfolio of work via a web viewing link to be considered.
An honest breakdown of the role as it exists today would consist of:
85% video production:
Candidates should be highly adaptable and skilled at working as a one-man crew – lighting, shooting, editing, audio engineering, and color-correcting video content. Experience with various types of video production including product imagery, lifestyle, live-action, documentaries, interviews, and motion graphics.
Our ideal candidate must be dedicated to efficient editing and pre and post-production aspects of a project. All aspects of pre-production, location scouting, model sourcing, etc. to post-production editing with Lightroom, media workflow and organization, etc is a huge plus.
To be successful, the candidate must be a self-starter, able to take the initiative, manage projects, solve problems, and work productively with brand strategists to deliver the best possible results. Additionally, an understanding of efficient production workflows and the creative process in a corporation and/or agency environment will be required. Staying on top of current video editing trends as relates to the ways pop culture/lifestyle companies are cutting and editing short-form video, as well as the ability to evoke emotion from thoughtful, longer videos would also be a large component. We also have some fun short-form reality show based productions we work on.
Having a sense of humor is not required, but it would help.
Think you’re punny? Perfect. If you secretly think you could come up with a better tagline for every brand you see, you’ll fit in perfectly with us. Occasional scriptwriting for TV/Radio spots and some educational/tutorial content made for the web for our different clients is the gist of this portion of the role. Bonus if you can write loglines and treatment presentations for video pitches as well.
We also need someone capable of writing shot lists, keeping track of company equipment, and the occasional call sheet for talent, clients, staff, etc.
Note: While the position is not expected to include travel out of the state very often, if ever, there will be travel to shoots required throughout Las Vegas and infrequently to Mesquite, NV, as needed. Las Vegas-based travel is expected around 1-2 times per week.
Story Teller. Must be able to concisely and creatively tell a story through conception, creative design and editing of video/photo/writing and multimedia assets
Crew Talent Management. Identifying and booking resources (crew/equipment) for each project
Broadcast Quality Work. Create high-end, broadcast-quality graphics and animations for video and multimedia projects
Organization. Maintain and organize a schedule of current and future projects, and maintain the library of content from current and previous projects
Work in Partnership with our clients to analyze communication/marketing opportunities and design creative content for the effective medium. You will act as the face of the video/photo portion of a brand's needs on certain projects. Work closely with each client to stay on top of upcoming content-producing topics relating to their brand
Continuous Improvement. Review and provide feedback on existing, proposed and past projects for visual quality and creativity. Continually develop innovative and creative ideas to fuel customer interaction with each client
Move fast. Speak up. Decide and own. Drive change.
We cannot stress this part enough. Sense