At Frame.io, we’re powering the future of creative collaboration. Today’s leading video production companies use Frame.io to seamlessly upload media and instantly gather timestamped feedback from clients and a variety of team members.
Frame.io is backed by Accel, SignalFire, Jared Leto, Kevin Spacey, and a host of other phenomenal investors. We've built a highly functional and market-leading product used and loved by companies such as Apple, Facebook, Disney, Uber, Spotify, NASA, Snapchat, BBC, BuzzFeed, Tesla, TED, Adobe, Udemy, and many more.
We’re on the ground floor of changing the way creatives collaborate, and we are on the hunt for talented individuals to help us achieve our vision.
About The Role
We're looking for writers to join us as we create a new publication for the postproduction world. Our mission is to create tactical, actionable articles that teach valuable skills. We want to highlight the amazing work that’s being done every day in our industry, but instead of conducting armchair interviews, we dive into the messy details and show you how it actually works.
This is a remote, contract position with the opportunity to go full-time for the right person. Although you will be working remotely, you will be very much involved with our team. You will work with our editor and the rest of our writing team to produce high-quality, informative articles that fit with the mission and standards of the Frame.io blog. You will help give feedback to the rest of the team on their work, as well as receiving feedback on your work, in order to maintain a high standard.
- A good understanding of the video postproduction world, with an emphasis on tools and technology.
- The ability to approach a concept from the perspective of someone who is unfamiliar with it and explain it intuitively.
- The ability to structure an article logically, building interest and leading the reader through it.
- Good grammar, and the ability to explain clearly in plain English.
- Excellent researching skills. You will need to be able to scour the internet for technical details and best practices for postproduction tools and workflows.
If you're interested in joining the team, please send us your resume and answer the two questions attached to the application section of this posting. You won’t be surprised to hear, though, that we won’t consider them without a cover letter — this is a writing position, after all. We look forward to hearing from you!