YouTube Content Creator & Video Producer
MarketingFull TimeToronto, ON
PheedLoop is dedicated to developing critical software systems for the events industry. From virtual event technology crucial during these times and solutions to automate, simplify and monetize events, to new hardware products such as self-check-in systems and smart badges, we're always building awesome tech. Located in Toronto, PheedLoop is Canada's fastest-growing event technology company and is the highest rated event management platform in the world (G2).
We're looking to take our content game to a whole new level, and are looking for someone with the perfect blend of creativity, quirkiness, tech savvy, and on-camera presence to join us on our adventure to become PheedLoop's video content creator!
If you are excited about joining a fun team and working on projects that help you grow your career and portfolio, test new ideas, be the face of a cool brand, and flex your creative muscles, this may be just the role for you! This will start initially as a minimum 6-month part-time contract (10 - 20 hours per week) and will involve producing, filming and editing video content. We'll provide the actual content, so that you can focus on the video. If all goes well over the first few months and we see our video strategy growing, we have every intention to grow this into a full-time role with more responsibilities and a larger content team.
- 1+ years of video content production
- Proficiency with videography and photography
- Proficiency with video editing tools (e.g. Premiere Pro, After Effects)
- Experience with graphic design tools (e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Strong on-camera presence with clear and well-spoken English skills
- Personal YouTube channel
- Beautiful downtown Toronto office
- Awesome workplace - snacks, team outings, books, learning opportunities, open workspace
Minimum $20/hour, greater depending on experience and skill level.
For Toronto-based candidates, this is a part-time position based in our spacious office at 510 Front Street West, Toronto. It is mandatory to practice social distancing in the workplace or wear a mask when it is not possible. Workplace safety is of paramount importance.