London College of Fashion

The role

To actively report to the Content Production team, including the coordinator, on a daily basis, and, positively participate in team daily updates on ongoing projects and requests.

Tasks

  • To actively report to the Content Production team, including the coordinator, on a daily basis, and, positively participate in team daily updates on ongoing projects and requests
  • To respond orally (by phone), in writing and face to face to a range of enquiries relating to content production requests in a positive, cordial (polite) and professional manner to all members of staff and students
  • Provide a range of technical assistance to team members in production or post-production duties, by being engaged in team work around producing a range of content from learning content, live event capture, research/innovation content and marketing content
  • Be prepared to work on or off site, or, wherever work is taking place and be flexible where possible with start and finish times to accommodate required current projects
  • Take an active role in learning the required skills to support content production duties such as long-form digital capture methods, transfer and upload of long-form digital assets, and learning live event, production and post production workflows
  • To assist in keeping all content production equipment and affiliated office equipment tidy and in a safe and secure order, reporting anything missing, damaged, or of a security concern
  • Assist and participate in wider LTS team duties, including support or administrative duties whenever required, and, help communicate to senior members of the team in cases of high demand

About the employer

"University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation, drawing together six Colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts.

London College of Fashion is extremely proud to be a global leader in fashion education, research and consultancy We have been nurturing creative talent for over a century, offering courses in all things fashion. With over 70 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across every subject, we encourage our students to examine the past and challenge the present. To have inventive, assertive ideas that challenge social and political agendas. We give them the skills, opportunities – and above all, the freedom – to put those ideas into practice. This is a great opportunity to be a part of LCF and experience life at the forefront of fashion education

Essential requirements

  • Knowledge and experience of working in one or more video editing software applications
  • Knowledge and experience of using cameras and their functions for getting the best quality for different shooting environments
  • Working effectively as a team member, working collaboratively in the department contributing to daily requirements, and projects, and meetings
  • Communicating orally (including by phone), in writing and face to face to a range of enquiries relating to content production requests in a positive, cordial (polite) and professional manner
  • Prepared to work on or off-site, or, wherever work is taking place and be flexible where possible with start and finish times to accommodate required current projects
  • Reliable and punctual
  • Interested in learning and developing video skills in production and post-production

Desirable requirements

  • Experience of working in other creative software applications - preferably Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience of using audio equipment, or using microphones for high-quality recording and monitoring
  • Some understanding of photography, image composition & lighting
  • Any live streaming experience

How to apply

This role is offered as part of STEP, a programme offering two 6-month paid placements at leading cultural and creative organisations.

To be considered for this role, please apply through STEP.

APPLY THROUGH STEP

Application deadline is Monday 9 September, 10am.