MNTN is looking for a Video Editor to join our Maximum Effort Content Studio as we embrace a future where our creative storytelling contributes to our goal of becoming the world’s most effective performance marketing company. In this role, you will work closely with our editorial team, and interface with the Creative Directors within our Creative Studio team, our AV Post Production team, cross-functional teams and creative operations managers to create dynamic and engaging video content across a variety of executions.

Your responsibilities as a Video Editor are vast and varied, across performance marketing content delivery. You own the entire post production environment.  From setting up the initial editorial project, ingesting shoot, VFX, Sound Design/Mix, Motion Graphics, and upload and download files through ftp's and client portals.  During the editorial process you log footage, rough out initial cuts, source sound effects and music cues, compress and post files for approval. You also play an important role in quality control on client deliveries. You have a proven ability to work closely with creative partners, both internally and externally, to ensure the creative vision is achieved. Above all, you are a team player with a calm demeanor to deal with unexpected, last-second requests and projects.

What you’ll do:

  • Raise the bar creatively, delivering ever-better, best-in-class promotional materials that surprise and delight our global customers
  • Insist on the highest standards, meeting and exceeding objectives and assigned tasks
  • Earn trust with stakeholders
  • Tackle problems within a team setting or individually.
  • Work under pressure and within tight deadlines on multiple concurrent projects while being flexible to changing business and technical conditions
  • Edit in both a supervised and unsupervised capacity
  • Maintain edit bay for optimal editing workflow
  • Maintain and organize backups of all current and ongoing projects
  • Create clips from archived content for alternative lengths and distribution
  • Properly QC for all formats
  • Prioritize projects from various teams in a timely manner
  • Transcode file-based raw camera files for ingestion into the edit project
  • Create clips from archived content for alternative lengths and distribution
  • Prep footage for design and graphics
  • Cut in final GFX, VFX and audio for review and delivery
  • Create multiple versions of assets for delivery per client requests
  • Prep locked cuts and post for external finishing and localization vendors
  • Export AAF files for audio mixes
  • Export final delivery files per client specs
  • Prepare textless submasters
  • Perform quality control checks in all formats on delivery of finished assets to ensure they conform highest industry technical standards
  • Ability to prioritize projects from various teams in a timely manner
  • Maintain and organize backups of all current and ongoing projects as well as clean-up and organize projects before archiving
  • Oversee the delivery/upload of final files through FTPs and client portals
  • Experience with working within Digital Asset Management Systems, and archival processes.

You would have:

  • Entertainment-focused editing experience, preferably short form/Ad content
  • Passionate storyteller who is committed to producing exceptional work
  • Possess the creative talent to tell compelling stories with little or no copy
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with people at various levels
  • 1+ years of creative services experience
  • Understanding of the workflow within a marketing, production, or creative department or company
  • 3+ years experience at an in-house agency or external creative agency
  • 3+ years working in theatrical and/or broadcast television/streaming spaces
  • Understanding with DaVinci Editing Suite.
  • Understanding of aspect ratios, frame rates, conversions, & codecs
  • Experience with editorial related systems, effects plug-ins, digital media routing and storage, audio boards and mixing, decks, scopes, monitors and related editorial equipment
  • Experience with working within Digital Asset Management Systems, and archival processes
  • Understanding of editorial related systems, effects plug-ins, digital media routing and storage, audio boards and mixing, decks, scopes, monitors and related editorial equipment
  • Knowledge of basic captioning and localization processes (i.e. creation of subtitles and dubbed audio) as this role may apply subtitle and caption files to all platform assets
  • Creative and technically skilled with a thorough understanding of network television promotions and editorial procedures.
  • Familiarity with show scripts, dailies and story-based editorial techniques
  • Award wins a plus

MNTN Perks:

  • 100% Remote. 
  • Competitive compensation
  • 100% healthcare coverage
  • Open-ended vacation policy with an annual vacation allowance
  • Three day weekend every month of the year
  • 401k plan
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for dependent, medical and dental care

About MNTN:

MNTN is the world’s first self-serve CTV platform that allows brands and agencies to precisely target digital audiences on high-end cable networks, complete with tracking in Google Analytics. We call it Performance TV. MNTN Performance TV has redefined what it means to advertise on television, transforming Connected TV into a direct response, performance marketing channel.

Our solutions give advertisers total transparency and complete control over their campaigns – all with the fastest go-live in the industry. Thousands of top brands have partnered with MNTN, including Orangetheory Fitness, Callaway Golf, Lands End, Yeti, and Ferrari.

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