Rare career opportunity for an established or aspiring videographer to join DOM Distribution's marketing division.
DOM Distribution is one of the largest suppliers of earthmoving and agricultural machinery equipment in Australia and has trade relationships in six continents.
In this role, we envisage a candidate who will:
Develop and create multimedia (audio/video) for customer testimonial, product marketing, corporate training, social media and other enterprise videos.
Record and edit video and sound projects including capturing and importing media, organising raw media, editing video and sound files, creating and inserting static and motion graphics, tilting, adding music/voice-over/sfx, media management and archiving media.
Collaborate closely with internal stakeholders to help facilitate the creation and release of multimedia content across wide variety of social media and other external marketing platforms such as digital billboards and trade show sites.
Confidence to interact with and guide staff, clients, manufacturers and others through the production process.
Operation of professional cameras, audio and lighting equipment and related equipment to effectively and efficiently record a variety of materials in the most effective format.
Post-production edits of recorded video, audio or other materials in line with the DOM brand and corporate ethos.
Identify with, articulate and promote the DOM brand; our stories, products, services and people.
Work independently, as well as part of team, to establish project deliverables for fast delivery of high-end multimedia for company website, social media and other marketing platforms.
Manage and maintain internal media library, digital media equipment and software to ensure proper operation of equipment required and oversee testing of cameras, microphones lights, video monitors and other equipment.
Be an active contributor to, and integral part of, the DOM marketing team to help achieve marketing objectives and sales targets.
Although a full-time position is anticipated, the role may suit an advanced tertiary student and for the right candidate be adapted around university attendance.