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Multimedia Content Producer - Denver, CO

Date Posted: 5/10/21

Location/Market: Denver, CO

Station Call Letters:  KCEC

Media Type: Multimedia

Job Type: Full time

Job Title: Multimedia Content Producer

Job Summary:  The multimedia producer (MMP) position will be responsible to write articles for the stations website, and social media content for both Facebook and Twitter.  In the role as content writer, you will write in both English and Spanish and the topics will revolve around the political arena. To qualify, you must be fully fluent in both English and Spanish and understand Spanish culture as well. 

The position combines communication skills, creativity and technology. Along with writing online and other interactive content, they may work with audio, video and photo editing programs, and Social Media platforms. Involves the creation of content for a trans-media environment that includes websites as well as Social media platforms, smartphones, tablets and user generated content campaigns. Their work is incredibly varied and provides a multitude of challenges and opportunities for creativity. Multimedia writers and producers may also create a script for a storyboard developed by a graphic artist or other creative professional. This role is onsite in Denver, CO.

Job Description/Responsibilities:  

  • Content Planning & Coordination: Plan content, review story ideas from other writers (internals of from users), local reporters, check facts, offer suggestions for changes and oversee production. Owner of the News websites homepages or vertical sites and work closely to the local newsrooms.
  • Content Production: The content production of a multimedia writer/producer requires conducting research, selecting organizing materials, and writing stories, ideas and information to be delivered by any platform (Social Media, Mobile, web, tablets). The position will work closely with the News Directors and other multimedia writers, designers, cameramen, editors throughout the production and publishing process. The content produced may include news, breaking news, useful information, entertainment content and promotional/advertising materials; through a combination of text with graphics, audio and video clips.
  • Publishing & Monitoring: Responsible to maintain and update the local or vertical homepages in real time and are responsible of the good user experience. Use desktop and electronic publishing software to help them create and publish appealing content to our specific audiences.

Job Requirements/Qualifications: 

  • A degree in Communications, Journalism or related field
  • +3 years of experience as a multimedia editor/writer/producer
  • Latino and American culture
  • News and History knowledge
  • Fluent English and Spanish
  • Excellent spelling and grammar to write content in Spanish
  • Able to commit to deadlines and proactive even under pressure

Salary: Commensurate based on experience

Contact:  Send resume, cover letter and references to [email protected].  Mail to 1907 Mile High Stadium West Circle, Denver, CO 80204 or apply online at:

Entravision Communications Corporation participates in the E-Verify system operated by the US Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration and will use E-Verify to confirm work eligibility for all new hire employees.

Entravision Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). 

Multimedia and Digital Marketing Coordinator

Reporting to the Communications Director, the Multimedia and Digital Marketing Coordinator is a key member of the Pulitzer Center’s communications team and uses the latest digital marketing tools to help tell the Pulitzer Center’s brand story. 

Versatile, creative, and resourceful, the Coordinator will produce video, graphic social media content, engaging marketing emails, original website landing pages, and collaborate with the Communications Director and Graphic Designer to help devise marketing and communications campaigns. 

As part of a team that provides internal communications and marketing agency support for the organization as a whole, the Coordinator must be comfortable working with a variety of internal stakeholders, external vendors, and partners. 


Multimedia Production

  • Produce the Pulitzer Center’s key promotional videos, including the Center’s annual year-end-review video, fundraising campaign videos, and other multimedia products as needed; create short-form videos for social media 
  • Own and manage the Pulitzer Center’s Behind the Story video series, working with grantees to produce short, compelling videos that give audiences a compelling glimpse into the journalism process
  • Document Pulitzer Center events, annual conference, exhibits, Reporting Fellows Washington Weekend, and other relevant events, creating highlights videos on short turnaround when asked
  • Ensure media is backed up and archived appropriately, organize and keep track of multimedia production equipment, work with IT Manager to administer multimedia-related subscriptions and tools (, Storyblocks, Canva, etc)

Social Media

  • Devise and execute multimedia-based social media campaigns
  • Manage the Center’s Instagram account and publishing workflow, keep track of analytics, respond to comments and story posts
  • Maintain YouTube homepage and playlists, ensure video thumbnails align with style, monitor comments, keep track of analytics
  • Provide backup support to the communications team on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn as needed

Website and Email Marketing

  • Create new landing pages in support of the Center’s marketing and communications priorities
  • Serve as point-of-contact for external web development vendor, ensuring that ongoing website support requests are fulfilled in a timely manner
  • Devise and execute email marketing campaigns in Mailchimp
  • Provide Mailchimp support to Center colleagues 


  • Commitment to the Pulitzer Center’s mission
  • 1-3 years of professional experience, internship experience accepted; strong student work samples can supplement professional experience
  • Experience in nonprofit communications and marketing strategies
  • DSLR video and photography
  • Video production & editing
  • Experience with streaming platforms like YouTube and Facebook
  • Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, Photoshop, InDesign)
  • Content management systems such as Drupal and WordPress
  • Mailchimp, Constant Contact, Emma, or similar email marketing platforms
  • HTML and CSS 
  • Knowledge of and enthusiasm for working with platforms like Instagram and YouTube
  • Google Suite or Microsoft Office
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Willing to work a flexible schedule when necessary—this position sometimes requires work outside normal business hours, or on weekends 
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Willingness to attend in-person events (when COVID-19 restrictions and risks are minimized)
  • Some local and domestic travel (when COVID-19 restrictions and risks are minimized)
  • Spanish-language proficiency highly desirable, but not required
  • Bachelor’s degree, or relevant professional experience


Please send your resume by Friday, May 28, using this form with a cover letter, video and writing work samples, and three references. 

The Pulitzer Center is an equal opportunity employer. The Center is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where the individual differences among us, whether in terms of race, religion, color, age, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, physical challenge, or marital or family status, are (i) understood, respected, and appreciated, (ii) recognized as a source of strength, and (iii) valued as qualities that enrich the environment in which we work.

Salary will be commensurate with work experience and academic qualifications. This position includes excellent benefits and a collegial work environment.


The Pulitzer Center is working remotely due the COVID-19 pandemic. Although remote and hybrid work options will be available for this position after COVID-19 restrictions and risks are minimized, the need to cover in-person events requires that the successful candidate be located in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. 


In 2006, the Pulitzer Center opened its doors with a donated desk, modest seed funding, and high ambitions: to fill in the gaps in under-funded global reporting and inspire a new generation of journalists to cover the big global issues that affect us all. Since then, the Pulitzer Center has built a fantastic staff and expanded its funding and mission to support more than 170 reporting projects a year on pressing global issues, sparking high-impact stories in more than 600 news outlets annually. The Pulitzer Center is behind some of the best reporting of the last decade: on conflict and peace-building, environment and climate change, migration and human trafficking, emerging science and health issues, criminal justice, and much more. The organization’s projects have won the Pulitzer Prize, George Polk Awards, Peabodys, Emmys, National Magazine Awards and more. 

The Pulitzer Center has built a network of more than 1,300 professional journalists and college students and has forged strong partnerships with leading national and international media: The New York Times Magazine, Le Monde, PBS NewsHour, and The New Yorker, as well as local, regional, and specialty media outlets in all continents. The Pulitzer Center staff is global: a majority of the team is based in the Washington, D.C., area, with other staff members based in five countries outside the U.S.

The Pulitzer Center’s unique education and outreach program brings the organization’s projects and journalists into hundreds of school and university classrooms as well as a wide range of public forums. The Pulitzer Center works closely with a network of 35-plus universities, community colleges and HBCUs (historically black colleges and universities), bringing journalists onto campus in person and online and providing mentored reporting fellowships for students attending universities that are part of the Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium. The Pulitzer Center is also currently engaged in a major expansion of the organization’s educational work in the United States, as lead education partner for The New York Times on The 1619 Project; the Pulitzer Center is developing a similarly ambitious education program globally under the auspices of its Rainforest Journalism Fund and Rainforest Investigations Network.

For more information about the Pulitzer Center, visit


  • FOX 5/WNYW & MY 9/WWOR (NY) seeks a PROMOTIONS PRODUCER to be part of the their Creative Services team

    Write, produce and edit high quality news and programming promos in a fast paced environment as directed by department managers; create compelling and engaging content for use across multiple social media platforms; write and produce topicals when needed; other promotion duties as assigned.

    Must have a minimum of 3 years prior television experience in promotion with an emphasis on news; Excellent creative writing skills required; degree in Communication or related field also required; must have strong understanding of various social media platforms; must have good working knowledge of broadcast graphics and equipment; non-linear editing skills required; must be able to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends; must be able to multi-task; requires a highly motivated and creative individual capable of working under strict deadlines; able to work well in a creative team environment.

    Please apply to

Reporter | Longmont Leader

Reporter (Longmont, Colorado)

The Longmont Leader, a digital newsroom located in Longmont, Colorado, is looking for an enthusiastic, versatile journalist who is able to keep up with the daily demands of a fast-paced breaking newsroom. The ideal candidate is a strong communicator and possesses the ability to work independently, identifying and reporting on stories without waiting for an assignment while also discovering reliable sources. 

The Longmont Leader offers remote work for the time being. This requires all staff to be diligent communicators as stories develop. The typical workweek is Monday through Friday, however, all team members are expected to work one weekend a month.


Duties will include:


  • Accurately reporting on live, local stories while engaging readers. 
  • Hold officials accountable and identify patterns and trends within the community.
  • Grow coverage of Latino community. Applicants who display bicultural and bilingual skills will be prioritized.


Skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism or relevant field.
  • At least one year of professional journalism experience is preferred, although new college graduates will be considered. 
  • Strong writing and reporting skills and excellent news judgment. 
  • Unwavering commitment to accurate, ethical journalism.
  • Demonstrated ability to access and analyze data and records
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new skills and technologies
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to take and give constructive criticism
  • Strong communication skills. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work comfortably in a job that will be fast-paced, data-driven, shaped constantly by feedback and experimentation and always evolving.


  • Must have reliable transportation. 
  • Must have valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance required (at least minimum insurance required for the state in which the employee works).


The salary range for this position is $44,500 to $47,500.



Village Media Colorado provides paid sick days, paid holidays and an optional group benefits plan which includes company-paid insurances in addition to voluntary coverages.


How to Apply

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume, along with relevant samples of your work to [email protected] with “Reporter” in the subject line.


About Village Media

Village Media is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion among our staff, volunteers, programs, and partners. We encourage applicants of diverse abilities, backgrounds, and life experiences to apply. If you require accommodations during the selection process, please contact [email protected].

Village Media is an ever-expanding network of local news and community websites. We focus on providing local stories written by local journalists in the communities we serve. In addition to local news, our sites offer weather, events, obituaries and a wide range of community information. We are proud members of the cities where we operate. We support local events and charitable causes and recognize our neighbours’ achievements. We are more than just news: Village Media is all about community.


Daily Hire Digital Producer

Daily Hire Digital Producer

WLS-TV, the ABC owned station located in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Daily Hire Multi-Platform Producer/Writer/Editor for the digital department.


We are looking for a talented AP style writer who can produce and edit news videos for our digital audience, as well as create original content that keeps audiences engaged in our local news products.

Basic Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with a strong understanding of local news branding, journalism with at least 2 years of experience working in a newsroom. In-depth knowledge of search engine optimization(SEO), Adobe Creative Suite and Photoshop. Extensive experience working alongside news staff to turn daily stories into compelling content is necessary.

Preferred Education:

A bachelor's degree in journalism

Additional Information:

All applicants must be willing to work any day or shift, as needed.

Candidates should upload a cover letter and resume at
Requisition ID # 791823BR

Equal Opportunity Employer – Female/Minority/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Reporting Location – Chicago, IL

Indigenous Affairs Editor - High Country News

Indigenous Affairs Editor

High Country News seeks an editor to oversee the work of our award-winning Indigenous Affairs Desk. This individual will lead a team of passionate journalists to produce stories that are important to Indigenous communities and tribal nations across the Western United States.  

HCN’s Indigenous Affairs coverage often focuses on the intersection of Indigenous people and nations with HCN’s other coverage areas, which include land, water, wildlife, conservation and climate change. But we also examine issues unique to Indigenous communities such as tribal sovereignty, the federal government’s unique relationship with, and responsibility to, Native people, post-colonialism and the legacy of genocide.

The ideal candidate has a deep understanding of Indigenous communities and experience working with Indigenous writers, photographers and illustrators to produce stories that resonate with Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences. We strongly encourage Indigenous journalists to apply.


Duties will include:

  • Identifies key themes, stories and ideas that capture and define the present realities of Indigenous communities in the Western United States
  • Leads the Indigenous Affairs Desk to produce a range of stories, from deep-diving features and investigations, to news, analysis, perspectives, essays and humor
  • Ensures that the Indigenous Affairs Desk’s journalism is smart, curious, fair and eclectic, and in line with the organization’s mission of “inspiring people to act on behalf of the West’s diverse natural and human communities”
  • Engages in and initiates occasional collaborations with the desk editors responsible for the northern and southern parts of our coverage area
  • Hires, guides and mentors an assistant editor, interns, fellows and freelancers, with a focus on fostering Indigenous journalists
  • Collaborates with other members of the Editorial Team to assure cultural competency and sensitivity across the magazine
  • Manages an annual freelance budget, working with the Business Office to ensure that writers are paid promptly for their work
  • Represents HCN at conferences, speaking engagements and events


Skills and experience:

This position requires a sophisticated understanding of Indigeneity, as well as HCN’s other coverage areas, including the West’s land, water, wildlife, conservation and climate change. 

The ideal candidate will have the ability to write, assign and edit high volumes of editorial content for both our print magazine and digital platforms, as well as the ability to manage staff and contractors and to maintain a budget.

They will have a strong desire to work in a nonprofit media environment and support HCN’s mission. 


Compensation and general terms:

This is a full-time, exempt position with medical, dental and vision healthcare benefits; paid vacation leave starting at 12 days a year plus 9 paid HCN holiday days each year; paid sick and family leave benefits; and a salary in the range of $55,000 to $62,500 annual equivalent, dependent on skills and experience. 

This position is open to candidates who reside in Arizona, Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington or Wyoming. HCN’s business headquarters is in Paonia, Colorado, but the editorial staff works remotely.

High Country News is part of a growing number of newsrooms addressing a historic lack of representation, inclusion and equity in journalism with effective solutions. We are committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion among our staff, volunteers, programs, and partners. We encourage applicants of diverse abilities, backgrounds, and life experiences to apply. 

HCN is committed to equal employment opportunities and prohibits the unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter to [email protected] with “Indigenous Affairs Editor” in the subject line. Please include information about your unique background, experience and insight into Indigenous people and nations.

Closing date for applications is May 26th, 2021.



High Country News is the nation's leading independent source of thoughtful, in-depth reporting on the Western United States. Established in 1970, HCN produces an award-winning monthly magazine and a popular website, along with email newsletters, special reports, books and events. From Alaska and the Northern Rockies to the Desert Southwest, from the Great Plains to the West Coast, HCN is a beloved and essential resource for those who care about this region.

High Country News is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to inform and inspire people to act on behalf of the West's diverse natural and human communities. Its journalism is supported largely by its devoted readership through subscriptions and contributions, with additional revenue from grants and advertising. It has received countless honors and accolades, including three coveted George Polk Awards.

The most recent of those awards went to the leader of our Indigenous Affairs Desk, which was founded in 2017. The desk was among the first in the nation to be led, and largely staffed, by Indigenous journalists and housed in a non-tribal publication. It quickly gained recognition for its smart, incisive reporting on issues such as Indigenous land rights, the legacy of genocide, and the racism faced by Indigenous people.

Notable projects of the Indigenous Affairs Desk include a feature story about a forgotten trove of Indigenous art, a collaboration with the New York Times about the governor of Oklahoma, who claimed tribal ancestry while fighting tribes over a gaming compact, and a work of “speculative journalism” that imagined a future in which the last climate criminals are brought to justice. A two-year investigation into how the expropriation of Indigenous land became the foundation of the land-grant university system won not only a 2020 George Polk Award, but also a national prize from Investigative Reporters and Editors.

Remote Senior Marketing Manager

Are you a growth marketer who enjoys working in a nimble team environment while helping entrepreneurs all over the world? Do you enjoy discovering creative solutions to challenging problems? Are you an excellent communicator and storyteller, but also enjoy working with data? If so, we'd love to speak with you.

Startup Grind is looking for a Senior Marketing Manager who thrives on creating data-backed and tested marketing campaigns and has a real passion for helping others. We want you to come in and challenge the status quo, bring new innovative ideas, and help us reach more founders and idea-stage entrepreneurs across the globe than ever before.

The Role - You'll work closely with the CMO and other members of the marketing team, but will primarily be responsible for planning and infusing our brand identity and marketing strategy across all platforms, helping Startup Grind reach new customers to support the overall growth of the organization by:

  • Building creative marketing plans (quarterly) that drive user acquisition for the programs we offer, such as startup memberships, partner programs, conferences, content, community, and more.
  • Overseeing all digital and content marketing campaigns including digital advertising (primarily facebook, google), social channels, blog (medium), and newsletters, developing a growth marketing strategy and KPIs around lead generation for our Partners
  • Creating weekly and monthly marketing reports, analyzing data to better understand community behavior, sharing these findings to brainstorm solutions with the team
  • Testing campaigns and obsessing over metrics to identify how we're performing, creatively seeking out new strategies to achieve growth objectives that build loyalty
  • Overseeing content management and creation, striving to move audiences from general brand awareness to deeper mission-aligned engagement
  • Managing an annual operational budget for Marketing + Community Initiatives, striving for continuous improvement and cost-effective processes
  • Defining and executing a winning social media strategy while working closely with our Success Team to fulfill Partnership deliverables
  • Working cross-functionally with all internal teams to better understand how to increase awareness of products, releases, and latest offerings
  • Staying up to date on latest marketing trends, sifting through important market research, news, and monitoring competition

About You - We know that many different types of people could succeed in this role, but if you can relate to the majority of the below characteristics / skills, then we would love to speak with you:

  • You communicate effectively in speech and writing
  • You have no problem juggling multiple projects at once
  • You are results-driven
  • You can keep your calm under immense stress (ie. the world of events!)
  • You are interested in managing a small team (future plan)


  • US time zone. We're a fully remote team - work from anywhere, but a U.S time zone is preferred.
  • Growth marketing experience and a proven track record of running results-driven campaigns
  • 2+ years experience with content creation - whether a personal blog, twitter feeds, instagram stories, etc.
  • Genuine love for creating engaging monthly newsletters that inspire our community


  • Past startup experience or familiarity with the startup environment

This role will report directly to the CMO. If you think you're a good fit, we'd love to hear from you! Please submit your CV/resume with a short introduction on why you’re a fit to [email protected]

We are looking for people who demonstrate passion, grit, and integrity in everything they do. Every application will be considered without regard to race, religion, sex, orientation, national origin, age, or disability. If you’re excited about this role, but do not meet 100% of the qualifications listed above, we encourage you to apply.

Audience Editor

A CPR News Audience Editor, as part of the news digital team, ensures that the newsroom is serving all Coloradans with its digital products by understanding who Coloradans are, who is served by which stories, features, beats and projects, identifying the gaps between those and identifying opportunities to close those gaps and times when we must start anew. Edits and produces news stories every day. They pitch, edit, produce, publish and distribute digital news stories in collaboration with the news digital team and other editors in the newsroom to serve all Coloradans by delivering on documented beat priorities.

View Full Description (PDF)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Pitch, edit, produce, publish and distribute digital news stories in collaboration with the news digital team and other editors in the newsroom to serve all Coloradans by delivering on documented beat priorities.
  • Contribute to news digital team strategy by participating in quarterly priority setting.
  • Help achieve news digital team goals by researching, implementing and innovating digital news best practices.
  • Serve and develop a diverse audience and ensure diversity in sourcing in collaboration with editors and reporters before, during and after the reporting and writing of individual stories, paying particular attention to underserved communities.
  • Contribute to an inclusive newsroom culture and inclusive news products.
  • Lead audience-focused story meetings with small teams in the newsroom.
  • Imagine, test and improve upon digital news products using audience-focused processes.
  • Write email newsletters and alerts as part of the CPR News email team.

View the full job description.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Strong professional journalism experience (5+ years) required.
  • Experience producing major initiatives and projects highly desired.
  • Impeccable news judgment and outstanding writing and editing skills.
  • Must be able to thrive in an environment that requires juggling multiple tasks and deadlines and have strong organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated comfort with learning and using HTML, CSS and other languages as needed.
  • Experience with analytics tools like Google Analytics,, etc.
  • Experience sending email newsletters.
  • Everyday experience with WordPress or a similar content management system.
  • Confidence and communication skills needed to teach above skills to others, or provide minimal ongoing coaching as needed.
  • Demonstrated excellence in editing to AP style, crafting headlines, captions and copy for the web and in email newsletters, taking into account other factors like mobile displays, SEO and/or social platforms.
  • Written and spoken Spanish fluency preferred.
  • Audience development skills and experience a bonus.
  • Familiarity with data visualization or or data analysis a bonus.

Non-standard working hours guaranteed. On call as needed and accountable for establishing backup on-call staff when unavailable.

Position is based in CPR's downtown Denver newsroom.

Application Requirements:

To apply, submit a cover letter that includes where you learned of the job opening, resume, and three professional references to [email protected] with "Audience Editor" in the subject line. Please also include links to samples of your work or projects you have led.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

No phone calls or drop ins please.

Salary Range:


Benefits Summary:

Colorado Public Radio is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package that reflects our culture of caring. Our employees have access to: 100 percent employer paid individual health, dental, life, and disability coverage; an outstanding paid family medical leave policy plus paid holidays and a very generous sick, vacation, and personal time off plan; voluntary offerings such as vision; a competitive retirement plan match with no waiting or vesting periods; flexible schedules; engagement and development opportunities; and a casual atmosphere.

Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer and encourages workplace diversity.

Graduate Fellowship - The Walton D. Clarke Fellowship

Honoring WKSU's founder and first General Manager, Walton D. Clarke, this graduate fellowship is a collaboration between Kent State University's School of Media and Journalism and WKSU. You will be part of an award-winning news operation and gain intensive real-world experience in radio production and reporting at a nationally recognized NPR affiliate, reporting and producing WKSU's Morning Edition while completing a master's degree in the School of Media and Journalism. 

WKSU 89.7, a service of Kent State University, is an award-winning, highly regarded community institution. We are Ohio’s largest FM radio station; with five transmitters and two translators, covering 22 counties in Northeast Ohio, including Akron, Canton and Cleveland. 


  • Full-Time Student (8 graduate hours minimum)
  • Maintain minimum 3.0 GPA
  • 20 Hours per week at WKSU


  • Academic Year Stipend
  • Full Tuition Remission
  • Health Insurance Credit of 70%

Visit WKSU's website for additional information: 

To apply, please visit: 


Film Officer

The Film Officer is the point person for our non-UK filmmaker collaborations and works in support of our grantees, to build out our fellowships and to assess films in development and production for potential support across our programs.

The Film Officer should have strong editorial instincts and a background in non-fiction visual storytelling. This person will be reviewing applications across multiple programs and should be adept at assessing applications from development through to rough cut. Current program areas will include the New Perspectives Fellowship, Good Pitch Local and Climate Story Fund alongside other bespoke programs.

With ongoing work with grantees in production and post production there is also potential to offer feedback on cuts and advice on distribution and outreach dependent on experience.

We are looking for a candidate with demonstrable commitment to advancing racial justice and promoting greater equity and accountability in our field and would love to hear more about your current work and ambitions in your application.


  • Being first point of contact for new applicants and existing grantees
  • Reviewing new applications across multiple schemes
  • Tracking new opportunities for filmmakers and staying up to date with industry news
  • Liaising with grantees on contracts and deliverables
  • Working with filmmakers to hone their trailers and pitches
  • Preparing annual reports for our partners
  • Overseeing fellowship and producing masterclasses
  • Keeping admin systems up to date

This list is non-exhaustive and other work will come naturally with the ebb and flow of the company


  • A deep understanding and love of non-fiction film
  • Minimum 5 years experience working in documentary production, grant making or program support
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Knowledge and use of the internet, email, and applications including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Dropbox, G-Suite.
  • Proficient writing skills
  • Team player committed to radical collaboration and the success of Doc Society’s vision
  • A self-starter, comfortable working independently with minimal supervision
  • Very strong interpersonal and communication skills (including written and verbal) with an ability to manage a high volume of daily communications.
  • Attention to detail & skilled at managing competing priorities.


Job title: Film Officer

Reporting to: Maxyne Franklin, Executive Director

Based: New York (must be eligible to work in the US)

Hours: full-time (9am-5pm eastern)

Salary: $50,000-60,000 dependent on experience plus health benefits

Vacation: 28 days per year including Public Holidays

Equity and Inclusion: We want Doc Society to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and to do their best work. Doc Society’s promotion of diversity and inclusion is clearly reflected in all of our documentaries and across all of our programmes. We are fully focused on equality and believe in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other characteristics that make us who we are.

We are also an organisation that works in an agile fashion - willing and able to be adaptive to field needs as they change. Applicants should read our accompanying Culture Statement to make sure they are going to thrive in an agile environment.


1) a covering letter on why the post of Film Officer would be interesting to you and why Doc Society as an organisation is a good fit

2) a resume detailing work experience including contact information (name, email, phone) for two professional references

Please upload your application here (applications close at 10am EST on Tuesday 11th May)

We would like the post-holder to start as soon as possible.