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Video Editor

TAD PGS, INC.
is currently seeking a Video Editor to support a Military training exercise in Fort Sill, OK.
This is a Temporary assignment for 4 weeks.
Interviews will be held on 5/12/2015.
The assignment starts on 5/18/2015 and ends on 6/20/2015.
Responsibilities:
The Video Editor is responsible for editing short, exciting videos during field exercises conducted at Military training facilities.
The Editor will also assist with post-production of daily 1-hour presentation recordings and media management tasks including tape logging/capturing, data back-up, video compression, duplication, and related duties.
Occasional graphic design, photography, videography, and field production support may be required.
Our Video Editors work exclusively with Apple computers, using Final Cut Studio as the editing platform, so we are only interested in applicants with demonstrated experience with Final Cut Studio (not Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, or Avid).
Apple Certification in one or more of the Final Cut Studio applications is preferred.
Applicants with additional experience with Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and related multimedia applications are preferred.
Requirements:
Familiarity with Final Cut Studio and additional experience with Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and related multimedia applications preferred.
Relevant experience with graphic design, photography, videography, and field production support.
Must be able to work 10-12 hour days and weekends.
All candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
Must be a United States Citizen Must have a Valid Driver's License Must be able to pass a criminal background check (7 year Felony/Misdemeanor) Must be able to pass a DMV check Must be at least 18 years of age High School Diploma or G.
E.
D.
required Reside within a 50 mile radius of Fort Sill, OK.
Must be available to work every day/all hours for the entire duration of the scheduled exercise.
Excellent PAY! Contact email removed or (714) 609-8147 for details!

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