Following the pandemic, the world is edging back to normality and the demand for creative video content is
increasing. We need some help to manage the workload and bring something new to the team at Clockwise. We’re
advertising for two specific roles below, both working out of our Bristol office.

Please get in touch if you match either of these job descriptions or feel free to share the message far and wide in
order to help us find the right candidates.

Thank you!

We are looking for a young and confident filmmaker who has a passion for both production and post-production.
The role will involve working under our senior creative team on shoot and in the edit suite, working on projects of all
sizes out of our Bristol office.

This is a junior role to begin with, most likely working as a runner and operating a b-cam on shoot, and assembling
basic edits. There will be room to grow within the company to a more senior creative role.

Most importantly we’re looking for someone with the right attitude that is enthusiastic to learn and get stuck in.
However knowledge and proof of experience in the following areas would be desirable:

Experience using DSLR and other video cameras

Editing experience on Premiere Pro

People skills and the ability to work as part of a team

Organisational skills / time management

Creative mind / ideas for films and content

Knowledge of kit and the film production process

Knowledge of social media channels and trends

Knowledge of interview techniques, lighting, audio and colour grading

Full UK driving licence

Salary: TBC depending on experience and any intern support schemes

Contact: with CV, cover letter and any examples of previous work

We’re looking for an organised and proactive producer to take on a varied role within the company. This is a
flexible position, approx 4 days per week, mainly working out of the Bristol office but also open to home working.

Key tasks/responsibilities:

Shoot planning – briefing, crewing, location sourcing, health and safety, budgeting, scheduling, paperwork

Shoot management – managing small production teams, interviewing, kit and data management

Client account management / point of contact

Project management and planning

Attending client meetings and calls

Putting together treatments and pitches

Studio management / admin

Seeking new projects and production opportunities

Key skills/requirements include:

Experience of the whole film production process from briefing to shoot management and post-production

Experience of managing both production teams and clients from brands and agencies

Fashion and beauty experience is preferred but not essential

Master of spreadsheets

Full UK driving license

Salary: TBC depending on experience and workload

Contact: with CV, cover letter and any examples of previous work