Airtable is used by teams around the world for everything from organizing clothing production for leading brands, to enabling ambitious video productions, to powering editorial teams. To engage and inspire our diverse audience takes a creative team with the storytelling chops that speak uniquely to our growing list of high-growth audiences. The work you do will have an impact not just across marketing and product, but set the tone for how we tell our story across video assets. Our goal is to build a ubiquitous and inspiring brand that communicates a myriad of different use cases for Airtable and unites us under a singular vision.

As the first Video Lead on our growing team, you’ll tackle everything from customer stories and feature education to vision pieces. You’ll bring to life stories that showcase how our product helps creators organize and streamline their work. As a small but quickly scaling company of multi-disciplinary learners, we count on team members to bring their unique experience and perspective to the table, and invite them to branch out beyond their initial job title. As such, you can expect mentorship and growth within and outside of your core responsibilities. For this particular role, we’re looking for empathetic, fast learners that will quickly understand our customers and translate that understanding into quality creative that speaks to them at a practical and emotional level, and always looks to raise the bar.

What you'll do

  • Film, edit, and produce videos, including customer stories, feature education, product launches, and vision pieces 
  • Work with and manage external resources for a variety of pre/post production needs
  • Collaborate closely with marketing and product teams to translate creative briefs into compelling videos
  • Work alongside fellow multidisciplinary creatives to define and elevate the Airtable brand across video and animation
  • Drive scalability by creating standard operating processes, guides, and templates for video imaging

Who you are

  • You’re a storyteller and problem solver, able to take complex or abstract concepts and make them understandable and relatable
  • You care about the story and aim to connect with the audience at a deeper level
  • Enjoy all aspects of pre and post production, from the big picture down to the smallest details
  • Skilled in explaining your work and excited to participate in constructive critiques
  • You are proactive, clear, and thoughtful in your communication with team members and stakeholders
  • You are a team player who can prioritize and work on multiple projects simultaneously

What We Offer 

  • We have your medical, dental, and vision insurance 100% covered (and your dependents covered at 65%)
  • Complimentary One Medical membership for individuals and dependents
  • High deductible health plan with health spend account contribution
  • $250 monthly wellness stipend for you to invest in your overall wellness
  • Mental health support
  • Family planning support (fertility, adoption, and surrogacy)
  • Generous vacation and sick time
  • 16 weeks of parental leave
  • Learning & Development: we offer a $2,000 per year stipend for your personal career development

About Airtable 

Airtable is working on the next computer revolution: one where anyone – even without technical training – can create customized applications that fit their needs, build more interconnected teams, and take part in a growing community of people who share what they create. Founded in 2012 and headquartered in San Francisco, Airtable powers teams at more than 250,000 organizations around the world. Our most recent funding round valued Airtable at $5.77 billion and raised $270 million in additional capital, and we're just getting started!

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