[MARMAM] Marine Mammal Volunteer Videographer Opportunity

Sean Bogle sean at wildlensinc.org
Thu Apr 10 14:40:53 PDT 2014


Dear Colleagues,

We are please to announce a volunteer opportunity as a marine mammal videographer for our Eyes on Conservation documentary series.  Please see the posting below.

Sincerely,

Sean Bogle
Project Director
Wild Lens, Inc.
Email: sean at wildlensinc.org (preferred)
Phone: 435-790-9593



Job Title: Marine Mammal Volunteer Videographers Opportunity

Agency: Wild Lens Inc.

Website: http://www.wildlensinc.org

Job Description: Wild Lens is a non-profit dedicated to bringing biologists and filmmakers together to better communicate to the public the various risks to habitats and wildlife species, particularly to understudied populations. Wild Lens is looking for dedicated volunteer videographers willing to document their experiences at various field jobs throughout the globe for our Eyes on Conservation (EOC) documentary series. Primary duties will include documenting key study components and objectives through film, interviewing primary investigators when possible, obtaining signed release forms from individuals for Wild Lens, sending footage to Wild Lens upon conclusion of the field season, working with film producers during post-production, and possibly shooting additional footage when needed after the field job is complete. Volunteer videographers must be willing to take the time necessary to obtain footage that will ultimately be used to compose and edit a short EOC video . The EOC video will be used as an educational instrument for organizations conducting wildlife research and to further communicate the mission of wildlife efforts in conservation.  Past projects include working with The Marine Mammal Center to highlight seal and sea lion rehabilitation and Ungulate conservation in Tanzania.  To see an examples of previous Eyes on Conservation videos, visit this link: http://www.wildlensinc.org/eyes-on-conservation.html.

Please e-mail a cover letter and resume with 2-3 references in a PDF file to sean at wildlensinc.org, at least 1-2 months prior to the start of your respective field seasons. Let us know in your cover letter what job you have been hired for, what your duties will be, and the objectives of the study. Please place the job title in the subject heading. Positions will be filled as suitable applicants are found.

Job Posting:  http://www.wildlensinc.org/projects/Videographer.html

Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications: 1. Experience in film and/or photography; 2. Must already be hired to a field job separate from this film project; 3. Possession of a quality camera and tripod that is capable of shooting HD video (is preferred); 4. Ability to communicate with people on camera in a coherent way.

Duration: Dependent on Field Job

Salary: N/A

Last Date to Apply: 1-2 months prior to start of field season

Contact: Sean Bogle, Project Director E-mail: sean at wildlensinc.org (preferred); Phone: 435-790-9593





 
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