Video Editor

Worldwide, Remote | Full-time
Who are we?

We do things a bit differently.

There’s no corporate nonsense, no old-fashioned hierarchy, and definitely no micro-management (we’re not a fan!).

We are a collective of young(ish) entrepreneurs running an advertising agency in the heart of Birmingham. We are self-starters who get stuff done and pull together as a squad to achieve big things.

What we do?

We work with e-commerce brands around the world from Malta to Malaysia, helping to grow their businesses through creative-led and data-driven social media marketing campaigns.

We work with multiple 7 and 8-figure brands from a colourful variety of sectors including health, beauty, sportswear, fashion, kids' toys and more.

The role?

A Motion Graphics Designer must have a passion for visual design, love to create and have an eye for things that POP.

Here’s an overview of the day-to-day:

  • Producing well edited content for social media campaigns in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro for e-commerce brands in various sectors

  • Visual storytelling through edits that paint a picture to customer about what our clients do

  • Actively participating in contributing creative ideas to our Production Team and Influencer Marketing Team

  • Delivering edits on time, budget and on spec as required

  • Building and utilising branded animation templates whilst working to brand guidelines set by our clients

  • Researching and implementing new creative best practices for our agency

What superpowers should you have?
  • A proficiency in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro

  • An understanding of key-framing to animate text, assets and transitions

  • Audio tuning and basic colour-correction

  • Strong visual storytelling skills

  • An eye for what looks ‘right’ on social media

  • Able to self teach from Google and Youtube when you get stuck

  • Receptive to mentorship and self improvement

  • Experience as a camera operator would be ideal but not essential

  • Experience with Photoshop and Lightroom would be ideal but not essential