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Job Opportunity: Video Producer – Branding and Culture, Time Inc.

Time Inc. is currently seeking to fill this position immediately.
Position: Video Producer – Branding and Culture, Time Inc.
Location: New York, NY
The Job: Do you want to help drive the culture of a company that reaches more than 130 million people globally each month?
Time Inc. is looking for a visual storyteller who can take big ideas and turn them into short-form, shareable video that documents the stories of our employees, company culture and brands. Reporting to the HR team in New York, the video producer will collaborate on video concepts, coordinate shoots, and manage the end-to-end production of creative videos designed to recruit brilliant, innovative people. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a fast-paced learner who wants a creative voice at an independent, publicly traded company charting its own course at a key moment in the history of media. Those without a deep interest in the evolution of the media, tech and content need not apply.
You will:
  • Conceive of story ideas designed to drive company initiatives, with a focus on external talent recruitment and internal talent development
  • Manage an editorial content calendar that reflects the strategy and vision of our recruiting and learning teams
  • Coordinate shoots; gather footage; edit video on tight deadlines
  • Meet with HR leadership to screen projects and quickly pivot and edit accordingly
  • Coordinate with social media owners to promote content
You are:
  • #Social: Twitter, Vine, Instagram. Snapchat, YouTube, Vimeo. You understand the contextual nuances of each platform and how to adapt content accordingly. You don’t love social media just for the sake of it. You have a clear, defined perspective on best uses, and are able to clearly translate that in your work.
  • Flexible: You’re a modern video producer because you have to be. You can shoot beautifully – whether you’re working on a DSLR or an iPhone.
  • Proven: We know you love video. Show us. You have tangible examples of projects you’ve shot, edited and produced. You have experience in basic DSLR camera operation, editing software (Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, and After Effects), and generating views on YouTube or Vimeo.
  • Collaborator: Like any effective creative, you aren’t afraid to “kill your darlings.” You aren’t married to projects and can quickly and enthusiastically shift your approach if you notice your intention on a project isn’t matched in its effects.


If you are interested, please forward your most updated resume to

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