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The Face captures the energy bursting forth from culture worldwide.

The Face isn’t about news feed culture, or covering a topic just because everyone else is doing it. It’s about championing new talent, committing to provocative journalism and pushing iconic visual design: all through the lens of style. It’s about endless discovery – whether that’s a new angle on a well-documented topic, or something that’s been previously untapped.

It’s a space for interactive, dynamic, multi-faceted stories that join the dots between high culture and pop culture, fashion and sport, art and technology, entertainment and society. It’s an inclusive, global, cross-genre, cross-generational platform.

The Role:

The Video Editor will be responsible for all video output across The Face’s platforms. They will have a strong vision, plenty of ideas, and brilliant editing skills. They will ensure the highest standard of work and delivery, collaborating with members of the digital team, while ensuring innovation and best in class creativity.

The Video Editor will report to the Digital Director, working alongside key members of the digital team.

Primary Responsibilities:

360 management of all social video content

Shooting, editing and sourcing footage for all social video content

Leading on weekly social video formats and execution across multiple channels

Developing existing formats and contributing ideas for simple repeatable formats that can build a significant audience over time

Aligning all ideas with The Face’s tone of voice and publishing strategy

Contributing strategic content formats to the team, aligned with platform innovation

Overseeing edits and asset delivery on multi-channel content rollouts

Managing timelines and deadlines in the digital calendar

Supporting the social media editor by inputting video production systems

Finding new directors, animators and editors to commission

Attending industry events when requested

Representing The Face to the industries it serves

Requirements:

A strong understanding of contemporary culture, fashion, and film

A strong understanding of The Face’s tone of voice

Experience in low-cost video content and in-house production for Instagram, TikTok, YouTube

Experience shooting with iPhones or lo-fi setups

Experience working with cameras, sound equipment and lighting setups

Experience working with Premiere Pro (Essential)

Understanding of Adobe suite (Added value)

Proven experience ideating engaging video formats

The taste and technique to make boundary pushing content

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying, email your CV and portfolio to [email protected]​theface.​com

The Face captures the energy bursting forth from culture worldwide.

The Face isn’t about news feed culture or covering a topic just because everyone else is doing it. It’s about championing new talent, committing to provocative journalism and pushing iconic visual design: all through the lens of style. It’s about endless discovery – whether that’s a new angle on a well-documented topic or something that’s been previously untapped.

It’s a space for interactive, dynamic, multi-faceted stories that join the dots between high culture and pop culture, fashion and sport, art and technology, entertainment and society. It’s an inclusive, global, cross-genre, cross-generational platform.

The role:

We are looking for an experienced producer to work across our commercial projects covering both stills and moving imagery. Immersed in a fast-paced creative environment, we are looking for someone with a love and knowledge of popular culture – a creative problem solver who is passionate about making exciting work. We expect you to bring the same level of professionalism to the advertising clients, as to the day-to-day editorial content. Comfortable in managing both small scale and large scale projects is a must.

The Senior Producer will report to the Head of Production, working alongside key members of the commercial and partnership team and overseeing jobs from pitching through to the delivery stage.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Budgeting and fully scoping large scale projects

  • Working closely with both the commercial and editorial team to produce multiple formats across digital channels and print for both The Face and commercial partners

  • Suggesting talent, photographers, directors, crew and collaborators for editorial and commercial projects

  • Overseeing and having full ownership of pre and post-production process, budget management/​reconciliation and talent bookings

  • Overseeing project timelines, ensuring work is delivered to deadlines, and working within tight timeframes

  • Creating and maintaining strong relationships with artists, agents and key suppliers

  • Working with the team to challenge and evolve the creative process and execution

  • Representing The Face on all shoot days locally and overseas

  • Representing The Face to the industries it serves.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of experience as a producer

  • Experience budgeting and scoping in photography, film and audio

  • High level of understanding around shoot management, equipment, stills, films crews, industry rates, standards and best practise

  • Existing network of industry contacts

  • Broad knowledge of talent usages

  • Strong organisation and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects

  • Calm and confident under pressure and unafraid of trying new things

  • A genuine passion for creating new, exciting and original work

These duties and responsibilities are indicative and not exhaustive but serve to give a realistic overview of the role and requirements.

How to apply

If you are interested in applying, email your CV and portfolio to [email protected]​theface.​com

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