Job Opportunity

CCI Seeks Video Editor for MIDDVantage

The Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) is seeking a freelance video editor to assist our team with our MIDDVantage video series (go/MiddVantage). The pay is $18 per hour, and we are looking for someone who is proficient in video editing that can take a zoom recording, add graphics, musical content, etc., and then return the final piece as an .mp4 for us to upload to our YouTube channel. The individual should be comfortable with video editing software. All the footage has been recorded (via Zoom), so you would be editing existing content. This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in an ongoing relationship with CCI, as we have a lot of video content planned for the next year. We anticipate approximately 60 hours for the two upcoming series that will launch in Fall 2022. As part of this project, we are also looking for someone to go in and pull out highlights from previously recorded interviews to create a commercial of sorts as well as various social cuts for promotional purposes.

It would be a bonus if you have any podcasting experience to help us decide if turning these into a podcast is a good idea!

Please contact Nicole Veilleux (nveilleux@middlebury.edu) if you are interested or have any questions.

Reimagine Addison County seeking Video and Digital Media Production Tech – Fall 2021 position with stipend

As difficult as it continues to be, the pandemic has led us to generate some innovative ways of meeting challenges in our communities, among service providers, businesses, educators and many others. If we were to step back and scan those adaptations, we may well see promising ways of helping to build a stronger, healthier community as we all go forward. That’s the aim of Reimagine Addison County. This multi-sector project, coordinated by the United Way of Addison County, will use interviews, storytelling and displays of key data to create a revealing presentation — then will engage stakeholders from across the county in developing strategic commitments that aim to enhance opportunity, well-being and prosperity for Addison County as a whole. 

Reimagine Addison County is seeking an individual who is skilled at video creation and digital media production to support the Reimagine Addison County Project for approximately 5 hours a week for 10 weeks this fall. The person in this position will receive a $725 stipend for their work on this project. The person in this role will support taking videos of stakeholder interviews and helping to produce an online digital story/video to share publicly on the web. Interested? Contact Doug Wilhelm, dwilhelm@youthcatalytics.org with your resume and/or a short description of your video production skills and experiences.

TEDxMiddlebury – Help Wanted

TEDxMiddlebury is looking for 3 experienced videographers to film the TEDx event in the evening on the 29th of April from 7pm to 10pm. It would be great if you have access to a professional camera. The hourly wage will be level C, ‘specialist’. Email ifuks@middlebury.edu for more information

Video Editing Intern Wanted

Contact: Alison Weinlaeder (Midd ’06)

Email: cardiomelon@gmail.com

My name is Alison Weinlaeder (Midd ’06) and I’m starting up a small online wellness company in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m seeking a Middlebury student intern to support editing video content to be uploaded to the company website. The intern should have familiarity with video editing software and is welcome to use whatever software they prefer. All footage has already been shot, student intern will work to edit and add graphics, voiceover content, etc. If interested, the student could also support development of photos and written content for the website www.cardiomelon.com (set to launch April 2020). This is a very exciting opportunity for someone interested in helping a brand new company launch.

Interns who have interest in film, video editing, fitness, wellness, and neuroscience will find this experience particularly rewarding. Anticipate 10-12 hours/week but can be flexible. Position is 100% remote, so you can work where and when you want. Desired dates are mid-Feb through May 2020, and also summer 2020. Currently unpaid, but we are happy to work with Middlebury if you would like to receive credit for the experience. Has potential to become a paid freelance position in the future for the right candidate. Please feel free to email Alison Weinlaeder at cardiomelon@gmail.com if you have questions.

Videographer and Editor Wanted

Contact: John Mahoney 

Phone: 802-238-0827

Email: jcjmahoney@comcast.net

Last summer there was an auction of a large farm in Addison County. On my phone I recorded some video and photos of the day’s events. I would like to assemble them in a narrative that might be several minutes long. Ideally I would like to include some titles and perhaps some voice narration. It’s conceivable the project could expand beyond the studio and even involve more filming/interviews. I am a retired schoolteacher and have a good deal of flexibility with my schedule. I have no experience in documentary filmmaking but I am looking forward to getting started. I don’t have a budget per se but am willing to compensate at whatever the appropriate hourly rate is.

Editing Gig

I am a local resident looking for student or staff help on a modest video project. I’m a senior citizen, reasonably skilled in digital photography (Photoshop, etc.) but not in video. I have over a dozen CD’s of analog family video that has been digitalized and now wish to edit and sort it. I note your involvement in Digital Projects and wonder if you could recommend someone who might have some time to get me started on the project. I’m an Apple user with a 27” iMac so probably have the computer capability of handling the project. I’d guess that it might involve  5 to ten hours over a month or two and am, of course, prepared to pay for the help.

I look forward to your suggestion/s.

Max Kraus
mhk10@cornell.edu

Videographer wanted to record German Department Play

Job description:  Videotape the German Department play in the theater space in the Chateau basement using department camera and tripod unless the videographer has better equipment of his/her own.

Dates: Friday evening and Saturday evening, November 17 and 18, beginning at 8 p.m. (arrive 7:45; play length approximately 1 hour) 

Compensation: Not certain.  We’ll gladly pay the going rate.

Contact: Bettina Matthias in the German Department bmatthia@middlebury.edu  x3248

Camera Operators Needed

 
Job Description:
TEDxMiddlebury is seeking volunteers to cover our annual event! Our theme this year is Lost and Found and the event will take place on Saturday November 11 and will run from roughly 9 AM – 2 PM. Volunteers will assist a professional videographer in recording each of the speakers at the event. This is a great opportunity to gain experience working with a professional videographer and practice covering a live event! You’ll also gain access to the conference, and our amazing line up of speakers, for FREE!
 
Date:
Saturday November 11 (9AM – 2 PM)
 
Compensation:
Free access to the event (including catered breakfast and lunch!)
 
Contact:
Please contact Kate Johnson ’18 (krjohnson@middlebury.edu) for more information.