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Producer/Video Editor, Creative and Content Fellow
Harvard University Administration
Location: USA - MA - Cambridge
Internal Number: 55626BR
Position Summary The Creative & Content fellow will plan, develop, and execute video content, pairing dynamic storytelling with graphics to be distributed across Harvard platforms. The fellow will collaborate as part of the multimedia team to produce original, engaging multimedia content from script to shoot, to edit and delivery, on a variety of assignments for social media, Harvard.edu campaigns, and the Harvard Gazette. Working independently and as a team member, the AFP will receive project requests from HPAC's Creative Director, Creative Manager, Content Strategy team, and Communication Officers, managing multiple assignments simultaneously, generating ideas, and uploading footage according to deadline. Additionally, the fellow will combine sound editorial principles with visual storytelling in a variety of formats – social-first, short-form, animated, and/or long-form documentary style videos to support University initiatives and community relations.
Department Overview HPAC's multimedia team produces stories on university priorities, campus updates and innovations, and broader national and global news. The team uses multimedia to advance information and communications related to the University's mission of excellence in teaching, learning, and research. As visual storytellers, it is our goal to develop a narrative to illustrate current events, both at Harvard and at-large. We find the human elements, make them relatable and interesting to watch through film, motion graphics, and audio. Our goal is to produce authentic stories that are inspirational, creative, innovative, and informative.
Oversee all aspects of video production, including shooting, editing, audio recording and lighting.
Generate new content ideas from animated shorts to long-form documentary ideas
Collaborate with Harvard Gazette writers and digital content editors to produce innovative multimedia that supports existing editorial plans
Keep up with trends and strive for continuous improvement that benefits Harvard's audiences
Provide polished, high-quality video consistent with the brand of the University
Work with staff video producers and graphic designers as needed
Assist on film set, including setting up lighting, running audio, and monitoring cameras
Shoot footage, audio recording, looping footage, and interactive social media content
Capture, source, and animate additional images, video, text, and assets as needed
Select appropriate music & sound effects and track music usage
Impactful, visual storytelling that translates to high performance indicators like watch time, retention, and views
Actively participate in creative briefings to conceptualize and assist in the development and execution of creative concepts (both independently and with the team)
The above covers the most significant responsibilities of the position. It does not, however, exclude other duties, the inclusion of which would be in conformity with the level of the position.
This position is one-year term appointment.
Applicants should complete an application and submit a resume and cover letter via the Harvard Careers site.
Recruitment and Hiring During COVID-19: This position will be based on our campus in Cambridge, MA. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this role will begin remotely. The remote nature of this job is only temporary. Once the University and the supervisor determine that it is appropriate, we look forward to welcoming the new hire to campus. At that time, the employee will be required to move work location to the Cambridge campus as a condition of continued employment. Candidates will be provided a laptop and must have the capability to support telework, including internet connection and phone.
Harvard Public Affairs and Communications is committed to diversity and fostering an inclusive workplace. We welcome applicants who bring varied experiences, backgrounds, and expertise to advance the work of the department in service to Harvard's mission.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Harvard University Benefits Package Vacation/Sick/Personal/Holidays: Harvard offers 3 (union roles) - 4 (exempt) weeks paid vacation, a paid holiday break between Christmas and New Year's Day, 12 paid sick days, 11.5 paid holidays, and 3 paid personal days each year. Medical/Dental/Vision Benefit: Harvard offers a variety of excellent medical, dental, and vision plans which all begin on the first day of employment. Retirement: University-funded retirement plan with full vesting after 3 years of service. Tuition Assistance Program: Competitive tuition assistance program, $40 per class at the Harvard Extension School and discounted study options through participating Harvard Graduate Schools. Transportation: Harvard offers a 50% discounted MBTA pass as well as parking options to assist employees in their daily commute to campus. Wellness Options: Harvard offers programs and classes at little or no cost, including stress management, massages, nutrition, meditation, and complimentary health services. There are also fee-based athletic facility memberships available at various locations around the university for employees.
Salary Grade: 057
Union: 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Communications/Design, or related field
5+ years of a video production experience in an editorial, agency or higher ed environment
Advanced-level knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere and After Effects; typography, audio, digital formats, video codecs, web & social delivery standards, editing, graphics, and video content platforms
Experience with motion graphics, and an understanding of how it can drive a story
Experience storyboarding, shooting, editing, and participating in creative brainstorms as well as helping to improve workflow
Strong interpersonal skills and be comfortable working with students, staff, and professors.
Must be open to and enthusiastic about experimenting with new ideas
Proven experience in identifying visuals that drive effective storytelling
Ability to work independently as well as intersect with an existing team juggling multiple deadlines
Strong creative writing and editing skills for proposals/pitches, scripts, slates, and captions
Aware of best practices for video production, encoding and posting
Excellent copyediting and quality assurance skills; meticulous attention to detail
Enthusiastic, positive, team-oriented attitude
Experience with the organization and archiving of video files
Strong project and time management skills with the ability to focus on priorities, problem solve, multitask, and meet deadlines
Creative thinker, comfortable pitching ideas, and contributing to team brainstorms
Passion for the ever-evolving world of social media and video editing
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University seeks to strengthen teaching and research about pressing ethical issues; to foster sound norms of ethical reasoning and civic discussion; and to share the work of our community in the public interest.
Widespread ethical lapses of leaders in government, business and other professions prompt demands for more and better moral education. More fundamentally, the increasing complexity of public life - the scale and range of problems and the variety of knowledge required to deal with them - make ethical issues more difficult, even for men and women of good moral character. Not only are the ethical issues we face more complex, but the people we face them with are more diverse, increasing the frequency and intensity of our ethical disagreements.
Given these changes in the United States and in societies around the globe, the Center seeks to help meet the growing need for teachers, scholars, and leaders who address questions of moral choice across many of the professions and in public life more generally, and promotes a perspective on ethics informed by both theory and practice. We explore the connection between the problems t...hat professionals confront and the social and political structures in which they act. More generally, we address the ethical issues that all citizens face as they make the choices that profoundly affect the present and future of their societies in our increasingly interdependent world.