Working Student (gn) – Video Production & Digital Asset Management

Frankfurt, Communication, Werkstudenten, full-or-part-time, 1-2 years of experience

Your Tasks

In this role, you will organize digital assets (both photo and video) and help establish a digital asset management solution. You will also regularly develop and create videos and clips (mostly for social media) to support the communications work of the different projects.

Your tasks in detail:

  • Establish an understanding of the digital assets held by the organization and then organize and catalog footage 
  • Produce videos and clips for social media, presentations and events 
  • Act as the liaison for internal and external partners requesting footage 
  • Support high quality and consistency of all digital communications

Your Profile

  • Experience in photography and videography, especially video production (filming, editing & post-production)
  • An eye for photography and creative content
  • Knowledge of digital asset management
  • Experience using Adobe Lightroom, Bridge, Photoshop, and Premiere (or DaVinci Resolve)
  • Good written and verbal communication skills (German and English)
  • Energetic “roll up the sleeves” work ethic, creative out-of-the-box thinking, and attention to detail
  • A passion for wilderness and nature conservation

We Offer

  • Engaging and meaningful work with room for your own ideas and creativity
  • Opportunity to get to know impressive wilderness areas and to contribute towards their protection
  • Form part of a dynamic and motivated team in Frankfurt as well as the larger FZS team working to secure outstanding wild places across the globe
  • Flat hierarchy, opportunities for further training and the option for remote work within limits

Your Application

Please send your application (as one single PDF including a motivation letter, CV and work samples) and the earliest possible starting date by using our online application form.

The position (Werkstudentin/Werkstudent) will be based in Frankfurt at the FZS Global Headquarters. Remote work is possible. At times office presence in Frankfurt will be required to access on-premises data as well as for planning purposes.

Contact person:
Frankfurt Zoological Society
Marthe Braun, Human Resources
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt, Germany

We look forward to receiving your application by 11th June 2023.

Download job ad here: Working Student (gn) – Video Production & Digital Asset Management

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Zoologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt von 1858 e.V.
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt

Telephone: +49 (0)69 - 94 34 46 0
Fax: +49 (0)69 - 43 93 48

You will find our office in the Zoogesellschaftshaus (1st floor).