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Feb 222017
 

Tafsiri Group, a full service creative agency and production company is looking for capable team players to join our creative family in the following position:

Video Librarian

Responsibilities

  • Database management
  • Archive video edits
  • Retain accurate and up to date archive data
  • Constantly update new content to database and to website
  • Archive development – new content (eg field shoots, news gathering and new content strategies)
  • Research
  • Ensure footage is captured, entered and stored appropriately
  • Archive edits & uploads to website
  • Archive edits to youtube and other media sites
  • Tracking clip usage online and on broadcast
  • Ensure integrity of clip deals with content owners

Requirements:

  • Detail oriented
  • Excellent research skills
  • Excellent data entry skills
  • Advanced knowledge of database software like file maker pro
  • Knowledge of online research strategies
  • Knowledge of basic video editing or willingness to learn

Key Requirements:

The successful candidate must have a minimum of a university degree or diploma.

Must understand database applications like filemaker pro, excel etc.

Must have some understanding of media or production.

The job will require long and flexible working hours.

How to Apply

Email your resume to be sent to info@tafsiri.com

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