What We’re Looking For
We’re looking for a video editor to edit our podcast, Up Front, and some of our social media content. Each episode of Up Front is meant to be about 30 minutes long, and is scheduled to come out once a week. Social media content is not scheduled, and is generally much less time sensitive. That said, as part of FRCC Student Life, we’re happy to, within reason, work around deadlines and other time constraints that may result from your schoolwork at FRCC.
Applicants are expected to be familiar enough with their editing software to sync audio, cut between different camera angles, and overlay name tags onto speakers.
Software & Computer
You will be provided with a full subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud suit, which will include Adobe Premiere, and all other Creative Cloud software. You will be able to use this subscription on any computer, not just the ones at FRCC. You’re not required to use Premiere, but it’s the only software we can/will provide, and it’s the industry standard. Additionally, whatever software you do use must have the ability to do all the things mentioned in the paragraph above.
While you will have access to FRCC computers, these computers generally struggle to run Premiere. As a result, it’s recommend that you have access to a computer which is powerful enough to run Premiere.
The only fixed time you need to show up for is our weekly meeting, which we do every Thursday (while classes are in session) from 11:00AM-12:00PM in the Student Organization Center, across the hall from the Student Life office. In some cases, an employee may attend the meeting virtually, but it is expected that employees be able to appear on-campus most of the time. Of course, when there are extenuating circumstances, we understand that an employee may not be able to attend at all, but we do ask that you keep us informed about any projects you’re working on through other means.
Unfortunately, we don’t have the budget for non-work-study employees. As a result, we are reliant on the federal work-study program to pay our employees. Luckily, most students are eligible for work-study, and if you’ve filled out your FAFSA form, you might already be approved! Contact Jennifer Cummins (Jennifer.Cummins@frontrange.edu) for more information about work-study.
Hours, & Pay
Other than our weekly meeting, you can put in your hours at any time you’d like. If you feel most productive at 1:00AM, that’s just fine by us. You can work a maximum of 20 hours per week, and you’ll make $16.00 per hour. Timesheets will be turned in through eWOLF every other Friday. You will be paid bi-weekly, and you’ll get your first paycheck the day you put in your second timesheet.
How to apply:
Use the button below to visit the NEOGOV website, click on the green “APPLY” button, and follow the instructions on that page in order to apply.