I need help. It looks like I'm going to have more work this summer than I expected, I can't do it alone and the people who normally help me out are committed to working at Windells or have internships or have some other good excuse (like getting married, which is kinda BS in my opinion when there is skiing to be done).
But that is hopefully good news for you! After all, you didn't REALLY want to flip burgers this summer, did you?
Here is the official job post:
Adrenaline Garage is looking for a paid Associate Producer to assist Producers with planning, filming and editing snowboard television shows and producing live events as well as independently producing smaller projects. The ideal applicant is a jack-of-all-trades in video production, highly motivated, hard-working, tenacious, eager to learn and talented. You need to be familiar with professional production techniques in addition to the snowsports world.
The job involves long hours of hard work, but it also includes traveling, working with A-list professional athletes and time on snow. The applicant must be willing to relocate to Winter Park, CO.
Ability to ride all types of terrain.
Experience shooting and editing snowsports.
Experience with project management.
Ability to compose shots and convey a story through video.
Extensive knowledge of OSX, Windows, Final Cut Studio.
Knowledge of Graphic Design is a plus.
Owning your own equipment is a plus.
Please submit your resume, cover letter and reel to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time on snow in the summer? Yeah, crazy, I know. I can't make any promises yet, but there is a 90% chance that we'll be spending significant time on snow. And it won't be over the hill at shitty little St. Mary's Glacier.
Think you got what it takes for your dream summer? Hit me up.