Video Editor & Media Designer

manutd Manchester United

Description
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Video Editor and Media Designer to join the Scouting department at Manchester United.
Reporting into the Head of Recruitment Analysis the purpose of this role is to provide media and video editing support to the Scouting department. The ideal candidate will be an experienced Creative Editor who will be able to provide graphical design and support in digital video production while also acting as the creative lead in the professional branding of reports to all internal customers.
This brand new role is ideal for a creative and ambitious individual who would like to be part of a fast-growing department at one of the largest sports brands in the world. Due to the in depth nature of the work involved the successful candidate will need to possess a keen interest in

watching and editing professional football matches.
Though there will be a limited requirement to travel, some evening and weekend working will sometimes be required. Due to site location and limited public transport, a full drivers’ license and access to personal transport is required.
Due to this post being in regulated activity, the potential employee will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check at the appropriate level. It is a criminal offence for a barred person to attempt to engage with vulnerable groups.
Closing date: 6 January 2017
Manchester United Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and recognise the importance of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in our work place
Job Description

Accountable to: Head of Recruitment Analysis

Purpose
The purpose of this role is to provide media and video editing support to the analytics department based at Manchester United’s Aon Training Complex.
We are seeking a highly creative and organised individual to be responsible for providing video graphics, while also acting as the design lead in the professional branding of analysis reports to internal customers. An ability to work efficiently with great attention to detail sometimes under challenging time constraints is absolutely necessary.
Experience
The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate:
In depth knowledge and demonstrable professional experience of using the Adobe Creative Suite software including Premiere Pro, After effects, Photoshop  (all essential) and Flash (desirable).
Qualified to degree level (minimum classification 2:1) in a media related subject with specific training in digital video production.
Be computer literate amongst the mac suite of products, Microsoft office or similar packages.
Excellent organisational skills and an ability to work with total discretion.
Ability to work on own initiative, unsupervised and as an effective team member
The ability to make sound decisions in a timely manner and practical approach to problem solving
A willingness to work flexible hours in accordance with the demands of the role.
Full driving license.
A commitment to driving forwards continuous improvement in their working environment.
Sound personal qualities such as communication skills, the ability to work in a team environment, self-motivation, enthusiasm and ability to work under pressure.
They should exhibit pride in performance and possess high standards in the provision of service to Manchester United’s customers and internal users.
Support leaders in their role as cultural leaders in the transformation journey.
Customer Service
Identify and meet the needs of colleagues and our internal customers focusing on initiating and welcoming contact and communication whilst striving to deliver first class customer service.
Recognise potential complaint situations and make effective steps to report, avoid and/or resolve these situations.
Self-Development
To undertake any necessary internal or external training sessions in accordance with the Company’s Performance and Development Review Policy and to take personal responsibility to seek opportunities to develop yourself and to realise your own potential. To assist with the provision of the training and development of colleagues as required.
Team Work
Ensure effective communication within your work team and actively offer support and guidance as necessary.
Security / Stock Control
Ensure compliance with all of the Company’s security, stock control, loss prevention and key holder procedures.
Equal Opportunities and Harassment
Ensure understanding, awareness and compliance with the Company’s Equal Opportunities and Harassment Policies.
Health and Safety
Ensure understanding, awareness and compliance at all times with Company Health, Safety and Environmental Policy.
Hours of Work
The employee is required to work 35 hours per week, based on a working week of Monday to Friday. Some extra working days/hours may be required from time to time, and this may include match days.

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