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Video Producer/Editor

As a member of the content/creative team at Beautycon the Video Director/Editor will help tell the stories of Beautycon and our partners day in and day out. This role requires someone with a unique point-of-view and the ability to use video to support our mission to challenge traditional standards and celebrate the power of beauty.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Concept, pitch and execute social-first video ideas that expand Beautycon’s editorial voice
  • Shoot a variety of styles including editorial, branded content, in-studio and in the field, including docu-style, commercial-style, short and long form
  • Collaborate with Head of Content and Creative Director on new ways to use video to support editorial tentpoles and ongoing franchise programming
  • Develop new daily and/or weekly franchises that drive viewers across multiple distribution platforms
  • Contribute to company marketing, event and industry initiatives when needed
  • Manage multiple projects at one time
  • Work with the design team on graphics and imagery for video projects
  • Work with the Executive Producer to produce ideas, stay in budget and deliver on time
  • Constantly strive to be better, try something new, learn from those around you
  • Research images, music, etc. for use in video


  • 3+ years of experience shooting - both DSLR and pro-sumer cameras
  • 2+ years of experience editing
  • Strong editing skills using FinalCut or Adobe Premiere
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Be able to turn ideas into action - producing results in the form of views and engagement across video distribution platforms
  • Experience in creating social first video from pre-production through delivery
  • Experience with in-studio and location set ups
  • Understanding of branded content and experience delivering for clients
  • Ability to develop and execute video concepts timely and with a small budget
  • A keen understanding of how to optimize creative ideas for digital and social platforms and devices
  • Ability to work within a small, fast-paced organization that adapts to the needs of the marketplace and audience immediately. Comfort with the unknown and with new experiences.
  • Please be obsessed with all things beauty, style, culture, tech - have a point of view in your work about these verticals and more.

This role reports to the Executive Producer

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