Film Maker / Video Production at Brighton Therapy Partnership

  • Type: Jobs for Students
  • Sector: Teaching & education
  • Location: Brighton

I am looking for someone with video filming and production experience.

I run Brighton Therapy Partnership, based in Brighton, East Sussex. We organise and host one-day Continuing Professional Development workshops and seminars for counsellors and psychotherapists.

Over the past 2 years we have videoed some of these conferences and turned them into online resources, effectively training videos.

The work involves one day filming - usually about 4 hours of filming over a 6 hour day. All workshops take place on a Saturday. Then the filming needs to be edited, so that we preserve the confidentiality of the delegates and add Powerpoint slides into the final edit.

You will need to provide all the relevant equipment. In most cases this will be a simple camera and tripod (current film maker uses a very good DSLR camera that also takes stills when needed) and possibly a clip-on mic (although in one location audio is recorded directly off the venue's PA which is much simpler).

Dates for 2018 are not entirely finalised. The first two dates will definitely be Saturday 24th February and Saturday 17th March, both in central Brighton. There will be a maximum of 6 dates available during 2018. The remainder are likely to be in June 2018 and in September/October 2018.

Please get in touch if you are interested or have more questions. I can provide you with links to previous videos so you can see the kind of thing we're after if that would be helpful.

To apply please let me have your CV and a letter of interest explaining your relevant experience, and let me see some stuff you've already done. Please also give me an expectation of your fee for the day's filming and subsequent editing. Lunch and all refreshments are provided for you on the day of filming.

Many thanks Shelley Holland

Salary: £500.00

About the Company: Brighton Therapy Partnership

Provides workshops and conferences to counsellors and psychotherapists