Video Production Associate

Seattle Storm
Seattle, WA
Technical Services: Audio/Video Editing and Production
What you will do:
  • Produce content for and official social media platforms
  • Produce video board and broadcast content
  • Work with members of the Storm staff to manage the Storm Channel YouTube page as well as the video portal on
  • Upload all created content for delivery on social channels (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Acquire and shoot necessary footage at games, practices and media day.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Current student pursuing a BS degree in film studies, cinematography or related field
  • Proven work experience as a video editor
  • Solid experience with digital technology and editing software packages (e.g. Adobe Captivate, Premiere, After Effects and Final Cut X)
  • Demonstrable video editing ability with a strong portfolio
  • Thorough knowledge of timing, motivation and continuity
  • Creative mind and storytelling skills Familiarity with special effects, 3D and compositing
  • Must be available to work during the majority of the Storm games (home and away) during the 2018 season (May – August).  Employee will work 20-25 hours a week, with most of schedule falling nights and weekends.
  • Demonstrate a grace-under-fire personality that does not require constant direction, but is nonetheless eager for more responsibility
  • Possess a positive, can-do attitude that looks for solutions to problems and is always willing to pitch in where needed.
  • Passion for women’s basketball 

What you will learn:

How the Storm digital presentation fits in as part of a larger communications strategy
  • How to use digital media to support the goals of marketing, merchandise, sales, communications and other departments to ultimately drive revenue
  • What works to engage sports fans through digital media
  • How the various parts of a professional sports organization work together and how social media and the communications team support them
  • What to do when things “go wrong” on digtial media and how to handle challenges including negative fan reaction
  • The role of “voice” in corporate communications
  • What happens behind the scenes on game night
  • How communications channels including email, news releases, website, mobile work together

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