Director of Video Programming & Operations
Inequality Media seeks a new Director of Video Programming & Operations to oversee the organization’s creative output, leading the translation of ideas and high-level concepts into captivating, high-performance content for all digital platforms.
About the Position
The Director of Video Programming & Operations will blend non-fiction storytelling and superior management skills with fluency in digital media. Working hand-in-hand with Inequality Media’s Lead Editor / Post-Production Supervisor and Production Coordinator, the incumbent will be responsible for the full arc of content development, including operations, ideation, pre-production, shoots, post-production, and creative partnerships.
We’re looking for a candidate with a passion for - and track record in - digital video and progressive politics who will:
Lead video content creation, strategy, and execution for Inequality Media’s videos with an existing reach of 10 million monthly views on our social media platforms.
Grow and develop Inequality Media’s video portfolio, ranging from produced explainers to live broadcasts to interviews, for Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.
Use analytics to set goals for audience growth and to inform our creative strategy and production, pulling insights from our social media data.
Advance and maintain relationships with existing content partners such as MoveOn to deliver compelling videos that achieve ambitious results, and facilitate new collaborative opportunities.
Provide sound editorial guidance, ensuring videos align with Inequality Media’s mission and brand.
Develop and manage video production budgets with a focus on increasing the efficiency of our production capacity and output.
Work hand-in-hand with lead editor to determine the creative direction of the videos, including making assignments for other editors and freelancers.
Facilitate regular evaluation and feedback of video content, themes, and metrics.
Establish a culture of experimentation, and lead evolution of video content over time.
Remain up-to-date on the latest trends, key players and best practices for digital creative.
Five or more years of professional experience in digital media, with a focus on video
Track record of high performance in video, including developing and executing highly shareable, interactive, multi-platform content that grows and engages audiences
Expertise in conceptualizing, filming, directing, writing, editing, and/or producing short-form video content with an emphasis on nonfiction storytelling
Experience managing complex workflows, including those involving freelance editors
The ability to conceptually and creatively visualize complex concepts including data
The ability to develop new formats and series for our online programming
The ability to distill data-backed insights into actionable recommendations
Strong knowledge of the digital media industry, including as it relates to nonprofits and political organizations
Strong interest in political economics and compelling civic education
A solid understanding of progressive values and policies, including as they relate to the news cycle
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com by Friday, March 29, 2019.
Inequality Media is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.Inequality Media offers salaries commensurate with education and years of experience. Inequality Media offers a generous benefits package, including health, dental and vision insurance, and paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
Digital Engagement Associate
Inequality Media seeks a new Digital Engagement Associate to help oversee the organization’s operations, donor relations, and social media channels. This is a full-time position in Berkeley, California. Application deadline is April 12.
About Inequality Media
Inequality Media (IM) educates and engages the public about inequality and imbalance of power through the use of digital media. A Berkeley-based non-profit with a core staff of five, IM reaches millions of people each week with clear, compelling videos and broadcasts about what’s happening to our democracy, our culture, and our economy – and what people can do to put America on a path toward a fairer and more just society. Co-founded by former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, Inequality Media has produced over 250 videos - plus 260 live broadcasts - which have been viewed over 450 million times. And we now have over 4.8 million followers from every state in the nation.
Inequality Media seeks a detail-oriented, media savvy, and highly organized strategic thinker with a strong interest in progressive politics to join our small, Berkeley-based operation. The Digital Engagement Associate will work closely with Inequality Media’s leadership, including the Executive Director and the Digital Director, and will be responsible for tasks critical to keeping the organization running smoothly in terms of general operations, donor relations and social media channels. S/he will be responsible for activities directly related to achieving the organization’s goals including maintaining IM’s CRM database, posting content, supporting the day-to-day management of our social media communities (audience development) on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. S/he will help manage our social media accounts with the goal of growing, engaging and retaining followers while implementing strategies set in place by the Digital Director. The position will have the opportunity to share information, design social media posts, create dialog with followers, and report back to the Digital Director and the IM team on trends and discussions within the social media platforms.
Daily publishing to key social channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, reaching millions of followers.
Work with the Digital Director on audience development, including to grow our number of followers and email list, and to engage supporters through digital campaigns
Work with the Digital Director and creative team to identify and execute rapid response video opportunities
Perform database management, data analysis and data entry (Little Green Light,
Microsoft Excel), including processing and tracking donations
Oversee mail campaigns, including proofreading, editing and production
Assist in the gathering of information and formatting of proposals and solicitations for individuals donors and foundations.
Knowledge of and passion for current events, politics, and economics
Familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, and a solid understanding of the social media landscape and the latest digital trends
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively within a small team
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including copy-editing skills
Strong organizational and troubleshooting skills
Experience with databases and/or CRM systems such as SalesForce, Raiser’s Edge, and/or Little Green Light
Experience with email marketing platforms such as MailChimp or Action Network
Ability to thrive in a fast-past environment
Please submit your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 12, 2019.