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Videographer/Photographer Wanted at MaXhosa Africa

Videographer/Photographer Wanted at MaXhosa Africa. MaXhosa Africa is looking for a dynamic Videographer/Photographer to join our team. The objective of the role is to create stories using inhouse content. The position is for a period of three months.

Qualifications and Experience:

  1. Relevant qualification

  2. 2+ years experience as a videographer/photographer

  3. Video/Photography Portfolio

  4. Technical camera and lighting experience

  5. Proficient in the Adobe Creative suites, Premiere Pro, After Effects

  6. Able to work well under pressure.

  7. Great Photography and Videography knowledge.


Behavioural Competencies:

  1. • Fierce attention to technical detail

  2. • Patience to work through big changes

  3. • Be a storyteller with a creative eye

  4. • Stick to hard and fast deadlines

  5. • Strong communication channels

  6. • Works well in a team setting.

  7. • Understand clear instruction and is able to add inputs

  8. *May be required to travel as per project requirements

Key Performance Area

Pre-production :

Collaborate with essential stakeholders to develop a project strategy, contributing creative direction and vision. Develop a strategy that aligns with the event’s and/or brand’s overarching aims and objectives, as well as the platform’s specific needs.

Production:

Oversee all aspects of the shoot’s logistics and management. Coordinate required personnel, equipment requirements, the day-of-schedule, locations, on-site creative guidance, and messaging quality control. Ensure that deadlines are met and that all equipment is in good operating order.


Post production :

Edit footage, Implement notes and changes as requested.
Able to delivery within specific timelines, with quality production.


Closing Date: Monday 11th October 2021, 12:00 PM Noon.

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