Pet Circle strives to make shopping for your pets better and easier than anywhere else — online or in store! To deliver on our vision, our in-house marketing team is seeking a talented & creative Digital Content Producer, with at least 1-2 years of experience, to give the Pet Circle brand a sprightly voice through video production.
Why Work with Pet Circle?
In the past five years, we have grown into a fully established & successful eCommerce business which positions itself as one of Australia’s Top Ten Online retailers, dominating the Pet industry in the online space.
You will be joining us at a critical, yet exciting stage in our growth. We foster a cooperative culture – it is a promise from the company and a commitment from each team member to interact in a way that promotes productivity, fairness and happiness.
Who Are You?
You'll be responsible for creating video experiences for various forms of online content – the work will range from filming and editing video content for our website, Youtube and social media channels to the occasional product photography shoot.
Responsible for:Filming and editing video content for the Pet Circle website, Youtube and social media.Developing concepts for content with the team.Organising requirements for the day of filming.Taking high quality product photography when required.Help with producing content for social media channels.
Key Success Criteria:You have a knack for storytelling through video.You understand timing, can visualise the final product at inception and know how to work with motion graphics to add the final touches to your story.You are very comfortable working with audio and can use music to your advantage when trying to create the right rhythm.Must be a superb collaborator with the skills to be able to take direction or ask for direction when needed, as well as completely develop projects on your own.Understand how to setup and run a video and photo shoot session.Being able to translate a brief into a successful outcome.Self driven and self motivated.
What you’ll need:Expert knowledge of editing video/audio, colour grading and correction using Adobe Premiere CC.Experience in using After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator will be looked upon favourably.Experience in filming, studio lighting and setting up video productions.Proven ability to self-manage multiple projects and adapt to shifting priorities.Professional and capable of working under pressure.A positive, can-do attitude with teammates.
Experience/Qualifications:Showreel of past work required (website link preferable).Applicable diploma or degree will be looked on favourably but not mandatory as long as you can demonstrate a strong body of work and the right attitude.1 - 2 years in a similar role.
PS: To showcase a showreel of previous work is mandatory & will be a key selection criterion.
If you are keen about this opportunity & want to join the awesome Pet Circle crew, apply through The Loop - please, send a resume & a cover letter to detail “Why” you want to work with us!
This position being offered on a 3-month rolling contract is to deliver a premium bi-monthly podcast in line with our brand values, that entertains and inspires travellers who value experiences and adventure as an essential part of life.
The producer is required to work in conjunction with, and under the direction of, the Head of PR and Media Communications in his capacity as the Executive Producer of podcasts.
The candidate will also be required to provide other editorial assistance to the Head of PR and Media Communications.
What you'll be doing:Researching and scripting of show content - identify topics in alignment with the brand editorial calendar and publishing schedule. Research subject matter and produce background/briefing notes and podcast scripts - including intro, editorial and suggested questions.Interview subject sourcing and management - as part of the research, liaise with stakeholders in the business to identify and source appropriate interview subjects. Conduct 'pre-interviews' to collect material for host briefing notes and podcast scripts.Show notes creation and publicationAudio editing.Podcast distribution
Assistant to the Head of PR & Media Communications.Research, and create original content, or curate existing content to leverage as Earned Media.Build and maintain a global database of reporters, writers, editors, bloggers and influencers in the travel and lifestyle, adventure, insurance and travel safety industries.Liaise with those contacts to negotiate placement of content in targeted media.
Here's a check-list to help you work out if the role is right for you.
You most definitely have:A background as a journalist, news reporter or have worked in a broadcast environment in a production capacity.You will have an understanding of the news cycle and news gathering techniques. Ideally this means you have a few years’ experience in radio, or TV program making.Experience in producing and distributing podcasts will be highly regarded.An understanding of the digital publishing environment and a good grasp of SEO.Experience in social media or community management will also be highly regarded.Love travel - every single bit of it - exploring the world, understanding diverse cultures, wildlife, environments - and feel passionately about how it changes people's lives.Are confident at writing, researching, collaborating with contributors, audio editing and know your way around Adobe Audition, Pro Tools or similar.Enjoy working in an environment where any crazy-ass ideas to support travellers being World Nomads will be heard.Familiarity with a wide variety of travel and lifestyle podcast formatsHave strong research and communication skills, to research, source and produce amazing podcast stories.Are a pretty all round terrific, fun, engaging, respectful, worldly, occasionally break-dancing type of travelling human being.
You most definitely are not;Turned off by the fact that we actually sell travel insurance and love it.Put on this earth to do evil (the maniacal laugh will give it away).Of the view that travel can be "icky" and prefer to stay in the all-inclusive pool, yelling at people who don't speak your language and complaining the sauce at McDonalds in Phuket tastes different from…you know what we mean.Happy to sit back and wait to be told what to do, how to do it, how to think, how not to push the boundaries (because that would just suck!)Offended by gregarious colleagues, passionate debates, random acts of awesome and occasional course language.
If this sounds like your dream job, drop us your portfolio link and/or CV and tell us a story.