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Ref no:
GLA07857
Published:
22/11/2021
Closes:
12/12/2021
Location:
Commonwealth House, 32 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1LH
Salary:
£33,072 - £42,212.73 per year
Contract Type:
Temporary
Position Type:
Full Time
Hours:
35 hours per week

This position has expired.

Job Description

NHS Hours & Salary

Band 6 - £33,072 - £40,736 - Hours 37.5

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and dynamic creative services Senior Videographer to join Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).
As part of the Business Development Team, you will engage and collaborate with a range of internal and external stakeholders to provide a wide range of high quality creative videos, documentaries and other audio/visual digital projects that meet branding, accessibility, equality and diversity and data protection requirements.
The role is suited to someone who will enjoy a varied role, can be flexible and work on multiple projects at any one time and is willing to work hard in order to achieve great results.
Main duties and responsibilities include, either working individually or as part of a project team or group:
•co-ordinate, advise and deliver the production of video, documentary, podcast and other audio/visual digital content, both offline and online, for HSCP transformational change programmes and projects; service reforms/developments; patient/service user and public information; corporate; marketing and campaigns and other relevant areas to support developments, services and events as part of communications projects, ensuring a high quality standard of work at all times
•liaising and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders, research topics; develop key messages and create interview questions/schedules to document and produce videos/documentaries and other audio/visual digital content
•support HSCP corporate publications, marketing and campaign projects and staff training with video, documentary and other audio/visual digital content, engaging and collaborating with relevant HSCP colleagues to develop and communicate key messages in a digital format
•project manage and provide video, documentary and other audio/visual digital content to support the delivery of and record HSCP events including staff achievement awards, patient/service user awards, staff/manager development and engagement sessions and external stakeholder engagement sessions
•support the publication of video and other audio/visual digital content to HSCP communication channels including web and social media platforms and
•deliver digital communications actions efficiently and effectively with the ability to be flexible and adapt to rapidly changing situations to ensure targets are met to a high quality standard.
To be successful in this role, you will have the following key skills and experience:
•educated to degree level in appropriate communications, media or video production or equivalent level of experience in a related field
•proven experience of the entire videography production journey including research, pre-production, filming, editing, audio recording, audio post-production and formatting
•ability to research topics, interpret complex information, develop key messages and create interview questions/schedules to document and produce digital audio/visual content including videos and documentaries
•proficient in use of audio/visual equipment particularly DSLR video cameras
•proficient in Microsoft and Adobe Creative applications particularly Premier Pro and Photoshop. Knowledge of using Adobe design applications such as Indesign, Illustrator and Acrobat and animation applications such as After Effects would be advantageous
•strong communication, customer service and interpersonal skills with the ability to engage and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
•organised and efficient multitasker with the ability to forward plan, prioritise and develop a range of projects at one time, with the ability to be flexible and adaptable to meet changing business needs
•ability to communicate complex information and key messages that are accessible and clear to their intended audience
•creativity, vision and big ideas to improve creative services delivered and
•a team player who works closely with colleagues but is also a self-starter who can work independently.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the qualifications/training, experience, skills/knowledge and competencies related to the role as outlined in the job description.

These posts are excepted under Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2013 (as amended).

This post is temporary for a period up to 2 years.

The HSCP is a partnership between Glasgow City Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde for health and social care services in Glasgow. Business Development has an overarching business support role across a number of back-office functions to support the HSCP to meet its statutory requirements and business needs.
This is an integrated position as part of the HSCP.  The successful applicant may choose to be appointed to the post under the terms and conditions of either Glasgow City Council or NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. The post is temporary for 2 years.
If you have any queries about the post, then please contact Deborah McGarrigle, Principal Officer (Business Development) by email, Deborah.McGarrigle@glasgow.gov.uk 

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