Video & Photography Journalism Internship
Duration: 90 days
Min requirement: 20 hours per week
Location: Central Scotland
The Video Journalism intern is a dynamic, creative person keen to capture the stories at the heart of Scottish Target Shooting.
Who Are Scottish Target Shooting?
Scottish Target Shooting is a unified governing body created in 2016 to help develop the sport of target shooting in Scotland. As a new governing body, we are looking to have a positive impact on clubs and help individuals of all abilities, across all the various disciplines of the sport. We want to make use of creative individuals to develop media content that will improve people’s understanding of the different varieties of target shooting, ranging from domestic disciplines to those shot at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Scotland has an excellent track record in the sport and after winning 6 medals at the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, we also want to help raise the profile of our successful team and those focusing on trying to win a place on Team GB at the Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo in 2020.
What Will Be My Tasks and Responsibilities?
Collaborating with the COO and Marketing & Communications Director to:
Generate video content ideas
Create short packages for use on website and social media
Plan and capture the stories of athletes in order to build the profile of STS and also encourage younger people to get involved in the sport
Edit short form videos, integrating various elements such as highlights, voice-over and interview footage
Organise and distribute footage
Work with the Video and Photography intern to share stories through website, social media, etc.
What Benefits Will I Receive If I Am Accepted?
The successful candidate will be able to get the following benefits:
The role will be voluntary but all agreed expenses will be reimbursed
Get practical experience of working on marketing and social media projects
Receive informal mentoring support from the COO and Marketing & Communications Director
Have access to more formal training opportunities
Receive a formal reference for future work following the successful completion of the internship
What Skills Are Scottish Target Shooting Looking For?
Applicants are not expected to fulfil all the criteria but should be able to demonstrate their proficiency in most of the following:
Applicants do not need to own but must have access to the necessary software and hardware to fulfil the role
Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator, Audition & Premier Pro)
Hands-on experience with video cameras packages
Strong oral and written communications skills
Self-motivated, comfortable working independently and resourceful
In-depth knowledge of editing software
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at an accredited university or enrolled in a relevant course at college
Clean drivers licence and access to a car
What Is The Application Process?
Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of their work and a covering letter outlining why they think they would be suitable for this internship and what their future aspirations in this area are.
Applications must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 26th April
Stage 1: All applicants will receive a response confirming receipt of their application. A review will be made of all applications and each applicant will be informed if they have been chosen for stage 2.
Stage 2: Applicant selected for stage 2 will be invited for an informal discussion with STS, to be held either in person or via Skype. They will then be contacted to be told if they have been successful or not. Applicants reaching this stage will also be given the opportunity to receive feedback on their application, should they so wish.