Role: Video Editor (Freelance)
Channels Hiring For: WhatCulture Main, WhatCulture Gaming, WhatCulture Horror, TrekCulture, WhoCulture - ONLY
With over 8 MILLION subscribers across our WWE, Gaming, Film/TV and Comics channels, WhatCulture has grown into one of the UK's biggest YouTube brands. And now we're on the hunt for new Freelance Video Editors to help take us even further.
If you've landed on this page you'll no doubt already be aware... but you can see the kind of content we do here, here and here. The Video Editor role will see you producing our familiar "list" based content.
You will be expected to take a voiceover from one our presenters and turn it into a 10-minute thing of beauty, combining images and footage in tune with the words that are being spoken.
Knowledge - For this role, you MUST have a substantial knowledge base of the content seen on the channel you applying for (see above for which channels we're currently accepting applications for).
Skills & Qualifications - The ideal candidate will be experienced with the Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere Pro / After Effects / Audition / Photoshop).
Experience - The ideal candidate will have experience editing short form web-based content, most commonly seen on YouTube. The successful candidate will be editing our 'list' based videos, so experience in editing this type of content will improve your chances of being hired.
Be open to collaboration - Be it with established, or up-and-coming video personalities, being open to collaboration is a must.
Send an up-to-date CV and a covering letter to email@example.com.
The subject of your email MUST include the position AND the channel(s) you are applying for!
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email should include links to any relevant experience you may have, or your personal showreel. It would be advantageous if you could also indicate the volume of videos you would be able to produce on a monthly basis. In your email, please state which of our channels you would be most interested in working on, along with your interests in general.
Should you have any questions about the role before submitting an application, please don't hesitate to ask (email@example.com).
Unfortunately, due to the sheer number of applications we receive, we are unable to get back to unsuccessful applicants.