Hey guys! I have some exciting news for this cloudy, cold, want-to-go-on-a-tropical-vacation Friday in March – WE’RE HIRING AGAIN!
Maybe you walked in to work this morning and are currently sitting at your desk feeling a little less than sparkly about your job situation. Or maybe you are in between jobs, or just about to graduate, and you’re trying to figure out what comes next. Or maybe you weren’t even looking for a change but you’re reading this and all of a sudden entertaining the idea of making an energizing switch to a more creative role and it all kind of gives you the excited butterflies.
Right?! I have excited butterflies, too.
The full details about the position that we’re calling the Digital Content Producer are listed out at the end of this post, so bop on down there to get the full scoop — but before jumping right into that, I thought might be helpful to give you a picture (umm literally) of what a typical work day can look like for our little team of Jenna and me.
8:00am – Jenna
starting the day at a coffee shop with website and design-related work
9:00am – Lindsay
starting the day at home with email and messaging with Jenna and Bjork on Slack
10:00am – Jenna
working on email and comments from the studio
11:00am – Lindsay
getting groceries for the recipe shoot
12:00pm – Jenna
heading out into the North Loop of Minneapolis to grab lunch
1:00pm – Lindsay
requesting all hands on deck for a cute snack photo
2:00pm – Jenna
unpacking and setting up a shipment of studio decor
3:00pm – Lindsay
cooking and photographing and eating eating eating
4:00pm – Jenna
setting up the studio office for the new hire ♡
5:00pm – Lindsay
very important meeting with Sage
And then we go home and relax and come back to do it all again the next day.
Obviously there is lots of stuff in between including but not limited to lots of cooking and eating, deciding how to set up the studio (!!), and “meeting” aka eating donut holes and coffee while Sage sleeps next to us in her heated dog bed, but this is just a small-portion peek inside what our day-to-day looks like here.
To say that Jenna, Sage, and I are excited about the possibility of adding someone to our little studio office environment is an understatement!
I’ve listed out the job description and application requirements below, so if this job sounds like it could be for you — PLEASE APPLY!
And if it sounds like it could be right for someone you know, we would so appreciate it if you would spread the word. It’s super important for us not only to hire someone who is qualified for the job tasks, but someone who is a good fit with our team and our brand. And you all – you Pinch of Yum readers – are our best asset for finding the just-right person because you KNOW people.
Feel free to shoot any questions about the position or the application process to Jenna at [email protected]
Position Title: Digital Content Producer (we’re already affectionately referring to you as DCP, just so you’re ready for that)
Primary Job Description: To produce engaging recipe and tutorial videos, and social media content
Secondary Job Description: To lead and assist other creative and administrative tasks as needed
Hours: Starting at 30 hours/week, primarily daytime business hours
Compensation: Dependent on the qualifications of the applicant
Starting Date: April 2016
Location: Minneapolis, MN // Candidate must be local to Minneapolis/St. Paul since the video recording will take place in our studio in the North Loop.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Video storyboarding and planning
- Video / recipe prep
- Video recording
- Video editing
- Content development
- Content strategy
- Post scheduling
- Communicating with a team
Looking for a Person Who Is:
- Experienced with basic video production and editing technology
- Interested in learning more about video production and editing
- Able to work creatively within project constraints and directives
- Able to take initiative on projects without direct supervision
- A confident and enthusiastic cook
- Knowledgeable about social media and interested in social media strategy
- Able to get work done quickly
- Fun to be around
- Produce a 2 minute or less video of your favorite Pinch of Yum recipe. Upload the video to YouTube as a private video and share it with [email protected] and [email protected].
- Send your resume and desired hourly rate to [email protected] and include another link to your video, just to make sure we got it.
The videos will be evaluated on their creativity, style, and alignment with the Pinch of Yum brand. They will not be evaluated on the equipment used.
Video experience is highly desired, but we are open to the possibility that the right person may still be learning video and production. The most important thing to us is finding someone who fits well with our team and can produce content that is in line with our style.
The application deadline is Sunday, March 27th at 11:59pm CST.