Edit Assistant - BBC Three
BBC Three recently celebrated its first birthday as an all-digital multimedia channel aimed at 16-34-year-olds. It has two key content verticals: ‘make me think’, and ‘make me laugh’. Its output falls broadly into three categories: longform programmes (30 mins or more) which stream on iplayer and are broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two; shortform programmes (10-30 mins) which stream on iplayer and YouTube; and editorial (articles and short videos) which is published on bbc.co.uk and BBC Three’s social platforms.
To provide edit assistance and first-line technical support to the editorial and production management teams and ensure the smooth running of all technical areas. This will include media management, quality control checks and basic edit support. Candidates should therefore have an excellent working knowledge of editing systems including Adobe Premiere and other common NLEs and knowledge/experience of prepping kit for shoots. Within this role you will also be expected to drive new ideas, initiate change and implement new systems.
Working hours may involve weekend and exact hours of which may vary.
The Ideal Candidate
BBC Three is looking for an Edit Assistant to support the production management and editorial team in all aspects of Post Production. Candidates should be conscientious, highly technically proficient with strong media management skills and good editing skills. The successful applicant will be an adaptable team player with excellent communication skills and knowledge of the post production workflow.
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About the Company
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