BBC World Service Group is an international multimedia broadcaster, delivering a wide range of language and regional services on radio, TV, online and via wireless handheld devices.
It uses multiple platforms to reach its weekly audience of 320 million globally, including shortwave, AM, FM, satellite, cable channels and digital platforms.
BBC Thai on Facebook was launched in July 2014 to bring impartial and balanced news to Thailand where media has been censored following a military coup.
A news site at BBCThai.com was launched in November 2016 to make our digital news offer more comprehensive and also to further strengthen BBC’s position in a market of 67 million people.
We are recruiting for a Shoot / Edit creative producer to join the Bangkok office.
This producer post is a very flexible and multi-skilled role. It will involve:
- Producing basic graphics
- Working with social media colleagues
- Writing for online, as well as
- Filming & production of items from original concept through to finished piece
We need you to understand the language of digital-first video to highest standard and be able to produce material from initial idea to finished product. Content needs to be highly shareable and engaging, for online and social media output. You will be able to self-shoot and edit on sQEdit & FCPX and have basic graphics skills.
The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate will be a fluent Thai speaker, with excellent English language skills. Experienced in News and current affairs production, you will be competent in video shoots and edits processes and up to date with the latest developments in video equipment, technology and skills. You will have excellent knowledge of the local market in Southeast Asia and an eye for sourcing creative and original stories. An understanding of digital and social media platforms is essential.
Grade: Local Grade
About the Company
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