Title: After Hours Video Editor

As a After Hours Video Editor, you will be responsible for assembling raw footage and transforming it into polished, engaging, and visually appealing video content for various purposes, including television broadcasts, online platforms, advertisements, documentaries, and more. Your role is crucial in shaping the narrative, pacing, and overall quality of the video content, ensuring that it effectively communicates the intended message to the audience. You will work closely with the production team, directors, and other stakeholders to bring their vision to life through the editing process.

Key Responsibilities:

Video Editing: Using video editing software (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro) to cut and organize video footage, audio, and visual elements into a coherent and compelling sequence.
Narrative and Storytelling: Collaborating with directors and producers to understand the project's vision and objectives, and crafting a narrative that effectively communicates the story or message.
Pacing and Timing: Maintaining a sense of rhythm and pacing in the video, ensuring that the content flows smoothly and keeps the audience engaged.
Color Correction and Grading: Applying color correction and grading techniques to enhance the visual aesthetics and consistency of the video.
Audio Editing: Editing and mixing audio elements, including voiceovers, background music, and sound effects, to achieve clear and immersive audio in the final video.
Transition and Effects: Incorporating transitions, visual effects, and motion graphics to add depth and creativity to the video.
Feedback and Revisions: Receiving feedback from the production team and making necessary revisions to achieve the desired outcome.
File Management: Organizing and managing video files and assets in an efficient and accessible manner.
Collaboration: Working closely with other team members, including camera operators, sound engineers, and graphic designers, to ensure seamless integration of elements in the final video.
Industry Trends: Staying updated with the latest video editing techniques, software updates, and industry trends to continuously improve skills and output.



  • Proven experience as a video editor, preferably in a professional setting, although entry-level positions may be available.
  • Proficiency in video editing software, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, or other industry-standard editing tools.
  • Strong understanding of video composition, pacing, and storytelling techniques.
  • Knowledge of color correction and grading principles to enhance visual quality.
  • Audio editing skills and the ability to synchronize audio with video effectively.
  • Creative flair and attention to detail to produce visually appealing and polished video content.
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work well in a collaborative team environment.
  • Time management skills to meet project deadlines efficiently.
  • A portfolio showcasing previous video editing work is beneficial, demonstrating your editing skills and style.


As a After Hours Video Editor, you play a crucial role in shaping the final presentation of video content, contributing to the success and impact of television programs, online videos, and other media productions. Your creativity, technical expertise, and attention to detail are essential in delivering visually captivating and emotionally engaging videos for the audience.