Skilled Youth Sports Videographers in Central Florida

Company Name:
GridIron Productions, LLC
If you enjoy capturing awesome youth sports video then we should talk.
GridIron Productions will be in your area filming youth football and cheer competitions September through December. We will be hiring a few awesome people to help video the games and/or competitions.
If you are good behind the camera and great in front of people then this is the perfect gig!
We pay $12 to $15 per game depending upon experience level. (4-5 games per day at same field, mostly on Saturdays)
Job Description: You will capture all of the action happening on the GridIron performed by the various youth football leagues and teams at different locations throughout Central Florida.
Training will be provided. Plan to work from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm on Saturdays. (days/hours may vary depending upon games getting rescheduled or delayed due to inclement weather).
Simple process... You will capture the action happening on the GridIron performed by the various youth football leagues and teams and turn in your equipment to me at the end of the day.
Skills & Equipment Required:
- Great communication skills
- Basic knowledge of HD Camera Operations including slow zoom features and panning
- Ability to follow instructions
- Work quickly and efficiently
- Thrive in a fast-paced, results driven, dynamic work environment
- Confidence in working directly with athletes, coaches & parents
Equipment will be issued for your use.
To be considered for this position, you must:
- Have Energetic, Positive, can do Attitude
- Have transportation
- Possess a valid US Drivers License
- Be 18+ years of age
- Have recent references available
- $12 to $15 per game filmed pending experience (4-5 games per day at same field)

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