About Us

We believe there is a place for open, safe and honest discourse in the world. We want to be the home and driving force for this discussion and change. The Doe was founded to evolve discussion on the web by creating cultural change through an open-minded community of storytellers, visionaries and those with unique perspectives that need to be heard.

JOB DESCRIPTION

We're looking for a contract-based Motion Graphics Designer/Editor to join the marketing team.  The ideal candidate will be creative and possess specialized motion effect skills. As a team, we want to deliver consistent, high-quality productions in our editorial and marketing content. Our primary need is creative advertising campaigns and YouTube/blog content.  From initial concepting to creative execution, the Motion Graphics contractor will have a hand in developing impactful creative while ensuring all assets are delivered on-time and to spec. A strong understanding of the production, editing, and marketing of all digital/print/social media is essential and a strong knowledge of assistive technology is highly preferred. This position reports directly to the CMO.

DETAILS

  • Location: Remote
  • Status: Freelance
  • Hours: Can commit to hours around the 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. MST time frame, Monday through Thursday
  • Eligible to work in the United States

REQUIREMENTS

  • Portfolio or links to digital work (required)
  • Multiple years of experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, particularly Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photshop
  • Well-equipped with special effects and animation skills
  • Production and camera operation is a plus

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Produce  video and digital content production including writing, editing, designing, producing, and programming. 
  • Create edits and motion graphics treatments, joining at each stage of the creative process from ideation to finish
  • Explore new editing techniques, plug-ins, and other assorted ideas in video production, motion graphics, and gaming to maintain innovation and growth.
  • Collaborate with the creative team, social media leads  and marketing strategist to create high-quality digital content (video, print, and social media campaigns)
  • Lead and participate in the ideation, development, and execution of digital content with our media and communication team.
  • Evaluate content strategy and prepare related communication and electronic/print media plans and timelines
  • Maintain a strong online organizational voice through media

This is not your typical magazine or editorial company. We're looking for someone who wants to help reinvent publishing from the ground up; someone who recognizes the urgent need for verified but anonymous contributions to our cultural conversation and who is not afraid to think boldly. 

If that's you, let's talk!

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