Videographer for Farmers Feeding Utah work, including videoing
farmers and their families throughout Utah, as well as videoing and
providing editing for Create Better Health (partner with Farmers
Feeding Utah) farm fresh food demonstrations. Wanting to highlight
each local farmer and teach consumers how to use the farm fresh
foods. Probably 30-40 Farmers in a year.
.5 FTE employee at $16.00 hour, entry level position. 1.5 years
x 52 weeks x 20 hours a week (1,560 hours in 1.5 years).
- Traveling throughout Utah to create videos of local Utah
farmers to share out to Utahans teaching them where their food
- Coordinating work with Create Better Health website and social
media to get videos on the Farmers Feeding Utah pages as well as
coordinate with Farm Bureau.
- Assisting in evaluation, publication, and other
responsibilities to meet the needs of Farmers Feeding Utah.
- Traveling and assist in the Farmers Feeding Utah events.
- Ability and access to computer videography resources.
- Experience in videoing and editing.
- Travel required.
- Team player.
- Hard worker.
- Self starter.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Follow direction, and take constructive guidance.
- Ability to follow national and University policies.
- Share up to 3 samples of your best videography work.
Along with the online application, please attach:
1. Resume/CV to be uploaded at the beginning of your application
in the Candidate Profile under Resume/CV
2. Cover Letter to be uploaded at the beginning of your
application in the Candidate Profile under Documents 1-5
3. 2 Letters of Recommendation to be uploaded at the beginning
of your application in the Candidate Profile under Documents
4. Share up to 3 videos of your work Explaining your
responsibilities and role in development to be uploaded at the
beginning of your application in the Candidate Profile under
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
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