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Video Editor


We are looking for a talented video editor to assemble recorded footage into a finished project that matches director’s vision and is suitable for broadcasting. The goal is bring sight and sound together in order to tell a cohesive story.



  • Manipulate and edit film pieces in a way that is invisible to the audience
  • Take a brief to grasp production team’s needs and specifications
  • Review shooting script and raw material to create a shot decision list based on scenes’ value and contribution to continuity
  • Trim footage segments and put together the sequence of the film
  • Input music, dialogues, graphics and effects
  • Create rough and final cuts
  • Ensure logical sequencing and smooth running
  • Consult with stakeholders from production to post-production process
  • Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry’s best practices to maximize efficiency.



  • Proven working experience in video editing
  • Solid experience with digital technology and editing software packages (e.g. Avid Media Composer, Light works, Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut)
  • Demonstrable video editing ability with a strong portfolio
  • Thorough knowledge of timing, motivation, continuity etc.
  • Familiarity with special effects, 3D and compositing
  • Creative mind and storytelling skills
  • BS degree in film studies, cinematography or related field


Camera Man


A camera operator may specialise in working in any or all of the following areas:

  • Studio - where the camera operator usually follows a camera script, which gives the order of shots. This is practiced at rehearsal and is cued by the director during recording. The skill lies in interpreting what the director wants and acting quickly and effectively to achieve it;
  • Outside broadcast (OB) - working as part of a team of camera operators filming live events, such as sporting and ceremonial occasions and music performances;
  • On location - where there is likely to be more opportunity for creativity through suggesting shots to the director.


Typical work activities

Work activities vary greatly depending on the type of programme, for example studio or outside broadcast programmes, television dramas, commercials, documentaries or news, and whether the camera operator is using one of several cameras, or a portable single camera (PSB).


Generally tasks can include:

  • assembling, preparing and setting up equipment prior to filming, which may include tripods, monitors, lighting, cables and leads and headphones;
  • offering advice on how best to shoot a scene and explaining the visual impact created by particular shots;
  • planning shots for example when filming an expensive drama scene, such as an explosion, there may be only one chance to get things right, so shots need to be meticulously planned beforehand;
  • practicing the camera moves required for pre-arranged shots;
  • studying scripts;
  • finding solutions to technical or other practical problems (for an outside broadcast, for example, the natural light conditions need to be taken into account when setting up shots);
  • being prepared to innovate and experiment with ideas;
  • working quickly, especially as timing is such an important factor;
  • taking sole responsibility in situations where only one camera operator is involved in the filming;
  • keeping up to date with filming methods and equipment;
  • repairing and maintaining equipment;
  • demonstrating a good awareness of health and safety issues;
  • driving crew, actors and equipment to and from locations.


Qualifications and training required:

Practical skills, enthusiasm and relevant experience are usually more highly valued than academic qualifications, although a television, film, photography, media studies or performing arts degree will be helpful. It is important to be able to demonstrate a genuine interest in the work, backed up with evidence of theoretical competency and good technical abilities. Experience can be gained via hobby interests and/or amateur photography, film or video work.


Key skills for camera operators:

Potential employees need plenty of stamina, should be physically fit, observant, capable of concentrating for long periods of time, and must have excellent hand-eye co-ordination, hearing and color vision.


Sound Recordist


Sound technicians are required to assemble, operate and maintain the technical equipment used to record, amplify, enhance, mix or reproduce sound. They identify the sound requirements for a given task or situation and perform the appropriate actions to produce this sound. Sound technicians of different types are required in a range of industries including:

  • film;
  • broadcasting (radio or television);
  • advertising;
  • audio recordings.


Job titles may vary according the industry and can include sound assistant, sound recordist and sound supervisor. Within film, specialist roles are available such as dialogue editor, dubbing mixer, production mixer and Foley artist.


Work activities

The specific tasks carried out by a sound technician vary according to the actual role in which they work. Sound technician roles can be split into two categories:

  • Production - the recording of all sound on set or on location;
  • Post-production - the balancing, mixing, editing and enhancing of pre-recorded audio.


Production activities include:

  • assessing the acoustics of the performance area and assembling and operating the necessary equipment;
  • consulting with producers and performers to determine the sound requirements;
  • selecting, positioning, adjusting and operating the equipment used for amplification and recording;
  • applying technical knowledge of sound recording equipment to achieve the determined artistic objectives;
  • recording sound onto digital audio tape or hard disk recorders;
  • monitoring audio signals to detect sound-quality deviations or malfunctions;
  • anticipating and correcting any problems;
  • maintaining and repairing sound equipment.


Post-production duties include:

  • integrating (synchronization) of pre-recorded audio (dialogue, sound effects and music) with visual content;
  • re-recording and synchronizing audio (post-synching);
  • mixing and balancing speech, effects and music;
  • creating and altering sound effects for use in films, television, etc.


For larger scale operations, such as film productions, sound technicians are usually required to work within sound teams. There are often separate sound teams for production and post-production. The job of a sound team is essentially to follow or interpret the instructions of the director, sound designer or sound supervisor.


Visual Effects Artist


  • Visual-effects artists need to create special effects, animation and do visual clean-up for feature films and commercials.
  • Overall in charge of the look and implementation of the shots. Will be on set to make sure that things are shot correctly. Will be the one to talk to the clients about what is needed.
  • Responsible for overseeing production pipelines and doing what is required to push shots through to final approval. Usually works in-house at a VFX company.
  • Responsible for the 3D side of things – all of the 3D artists, and making sure that the compositors get what they need to make the shots work. Looks after all of the compositors, and the 2D only shots, as well as the integration of the CG into the shots.
  • Shots compositing required.


Education/Qualifications: A degree or certificate of your course


Sales & Marketing


Professional experience:


  • Good teamwork Communication skills
  • Adaptability and Creativity
  • Good organization and planning skills
  • Commercial awareness
  • Identify business opportunities and target markets
  • Make initial customer contact through visits or calls
  • Identify each potential customer’s needs
  • Formulate business proposals according to customers’ business needs
  • Negotiate prices and variations in prices and specifications
  • Develop new opportunities and close existing ones
  • Develop detailed territory plans
  • Ensure appropriate and timely delivery of service and products
  • Follow up on service and/or product once the delivery has been made
  • Research market trends and products
  • Arrange meetings with potential clients
  • Challenge objections in order to get the customer to buy a product
  • Check quantity and quality of products prior to delivery
  • Record sales& marketing information and maintain customers’ records
  • Make rapid calculations of costs in order to provide temporary quotations
  • Prepare sales & marketing reports by analyzing and summarizing information
  • Review self-sales performance with a view to improve it.


Qualification: Graduate & Post graduate / diploma in sales & marketing

Experience: 1-Years


HR & Admin


Professional Skills


  • Managing the day-to-day operations of the office
  • Organizing and maintaining files and records
  • Good organization and planning skills
  • Making travel and guest arrangements
  • Handle Administrative duties such as preparing Internal Memos/Notices
  • In charge of office inventory, preparing POs etc.
  • Collecting and understanding the job description of new recruitments
  • Full execution of the recruitment process (including job posting, phone interviewing, job interviewing, regular communication with candidates)
  • Manages posting of job vacancies at the best performing recruitment channels


The candidate must have good communication skills

Qualification: Graduate – Any stream / Diploma / PG in HRM

Experience: 1–2 Years


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