The Phnom Penh Post is an independent media company in Cambodia and is seeking a fulltime qualified candidate to fill a position as follows:
Video editor: 1 position
Duties and responsibilities:
1- Receiving Outline /Story board be able to manipulate and edit in the visible way.
2- Ensuring Logical Sequencing and smooth running.
3- Working with reporter/script writer/director in Post-production.
4- Labeling footages.
5- Be able to work in high level of pressure due to irregular hours and tight deadlines.
6- Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry's best practices to maximize efficiency.
1- Proven working experiences in video editing.
2- Solid experience with digital technology and editing software packages (e.g. Avid Media Composer, Lightworks, Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut...)
3- Thorough knowledge of timing, motivation, continuity etc.
4- Familiarity with special effects, 3D and compositing.
5- Creative mind and storytelling skills.
6- High School diploma or higher education qualification.
7- Be able to communicate in English is strongly encourage.
Interested candidates are requested to submit a covering letter, expected salary and detailed CVs with current photos, not later than 5:00 p.m. of December 31, 2015 to Human Resources & Administration Department.
Present address: Phnom Penh Center, building H,Unit:888, 8th floor, Corner Sihanouk & Sothearos Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.
Tel: +855- (0) 23 214 311-17
Fax: +855-(0)23-214 318
Post Media Co., Ltd is an equal opportunity employer. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Application documents will not be returned.
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