Full Time Job
We're looking for a Marketing Editor for our London PXO studio to provide first class creative assets for internal and external use and to work closely with the production and marketing teams delivering the highest creative and technical quality edits/reels/assets.
• Assets include but are not limited to: VFX breakdown reels, house reels, showreels, awards reels, pitch reels, social media content
• Project management of all incoming requests and prioritisation using PM software eg Asana
• Following an editing script, brief or outline
• Creation of video assets including editing, sound, voiceovers, breakdowns, graphics
• Help create workflows and processes to ensure a global library of content/assets are available and accessible for internal and external use as required
• Working closely with VFX Supervisors and Producers across all studios to present a final product that matches their vision
• Client content: packaging assets and/or creating bespoke assets as required
• Liaising with wider teams across the company including editorial and production
• Understanding of VFX workflows and terminology
• Training in multimedia and communications and industry software (Content sharing platforms, Shotgrid, Nuke etc)
• Proficiency in editing software programs (Premiere Pro)
• Ability to follow direction, while also having autonomy and creative eye for improvements
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Passion for film and TV
• Videography skills
• Knowledge of entire VFX pipeline from Previs to Post
• Interest in production
PXO delivers industry-leading Virtual Production and Visual Effects expertise and solutions for premium Film and Episodic content. Technology and innovation is forefront, partnering with clients on solutions to deliver on their creative expectations for film and episodic content.
Having received over 20 industry award wins and nominations, we are a trusted partner for storytellers and showrunners to create iconic, visually stunning work worldwide. This includes work on Martin Scorsese's Academy Award winning Hugo to HBO's Emmy winning Game of Thrones, through to Amazon's The Boys, HBO's House of the Dragon, and Netflix's upcoming movie The Pale Blue Eye. (Moonfall, See, The Orville, Winning Time, Matilda).