RampFest has an exciting internship opportunity available for an aspiring video producer and content creator.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and innovative video production intern to assist in the delivery of video content campaigns, marketing promotions and upcoming major event productions.
Working under the guidance of our marketing manager, you will shoot and edit video content that will reach action sports fans all around Australia. This will involve all sports at RampFest - BMX, Skate and Scooter.
You'd be working with our team rides and customers to create great video content and unique video based campaigns. This is a great opportunity to learn and hone your skills in the fast-paced world of action sports marketing and videography. If you are up for the challenge, we’d love to hear from you.
Internships are unpaid and generally run for a minimum period of 3 months (extended by agreement) for one or two days per week - depending on the candidate. At the end of the internship, there may be opportunities for continued employment on a contract or project basis.
Job Tasks And Responsibilities
If you or someone you know is interested, you can find out more about this role by contacting us and sending through a resume here:
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