The Guardian is looking to expand its pool of casual reactive video news and sports producers for occasional shifts in the team producing quick turnaround breaking news video. Our casual video shifts are typically 8 hours, and shifts would be on a freelance basis as needed.&;&;
If you would like to be considered please send a CV, some examples of your previous work and as well as short analysis of the videos on the Guardian News, Football and/or Sport YouTube channels to:&;
.&;Please use the subject line 'Casuals reactive video'.
Please express your interest by 25 September. We'll only be reaching out to candidates that we're interested in progressing.
Please see below for further information on the role.
Key responsibilities and accountabilities
• Sitting on the breaking news desk producing quick turnaround video clips, news reports, explainers and videos for social media
• Ability to use Adobe Premiere Pro to a high standard
• Some knowledge of Adobe After Effects is advantageous
• Making constant, confident and informed calls on verification and copyright
• Pitching reactive video stories to the editor
• Knowledge, skills and experience
• At least one year experience editing video in a breaking news environment
• Good editorial judgment, writing ability, production skills, strong news sense, knowledge of media law and awareness of tone and sensitivity issues
• Excellent time management, organisational and communication skills
• Resilient and enthusiastic with the ability to juggle multiple deadlines, work under pressure independently and also within a team
• An understanding of the evolving ways people consume news video on and off platform
• Understanding of the editorial aims and values of Guardian News & Media Ltd
• An awareness of the needs and interests of GNM’s audiences
We value and respect all differences in all people (seen and unseen) at the Guardian. We aspire to inclusive working experiences and an environment that reflects the audience we serve, where our people have equal access to career development opportunities, their voices are heard and can contribute to our future. The Guardian actively encourages applications from BAME candidates.