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Editorial Executive job description

Job Summary

Main responsibilities-Editorial Executive job description

To advise production staff on editing and related problems including the planning and preparation of production sequences during any stage of the production.


To operate proficiently with a variety of tape and tapeless media formats.


To prepare equipment prior to the commencement of an editing session, to maintain its optimum technical performance, to recognise and report faults and to take corrective first line measures where necessary.


To acquire and record media to both server and tape based systems.


To use linear tape editing suites including vision mixers and caption generators.

Working with Production teams and other areas of Post Production, supervised and unsupervised, you will use all types of editing and ancillary equipment to provide a front line service to programme makers.  To produce an acceptable product both aesthetically and technically making optimum use of the facilities available.  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Editorial Executive job description

Free job description Editorial Executive

To be able to creatively and appropriately use video effects


To use grading equipment to both colour correct and produce a specific look.


To transcode various acquisition formats as required.


To understand and undertake mastering, versioning and standards conversion processes.


To be conversant with the requirements for Technical and Quality Assessment Reviews and their implementation.


To keep abreast of all editing techniques and technology and broadcast technology in general and to participate in discussions relating to the development of new techniques and equipment.


To liaise with other crafts as required, e.g. Graphics and Dubbing


Ensure appropriate health and safety standards are maintained, fully understanding the importance of individual actions on Health and Safety issues.


Experience of Sport or fast turnaround online editing.


Sufficient colour vision to undertake requirements of this role


Demonstrate a considerable knowledge of all post production and programme making techniques especially those concerned with the editing processes.


The ability through experience to give authoritative advice and guidance to production, operational and managerial staff on all matters relating to editing.


To advise and mentor junior staff in the department.


To undertake editing to the highest possible standards.


The ability to tracklay and mix audio for broadcast.


The ability to contribute creative ideas and advise production on the use of visual effects.


Understanding of customer focused working in a demanding service environment. Have the ability to deal tactfully with a wide range of people in stressful environments.


Self motivated with a flexible approach to the demands of business.