Video Manager

Atlanta, Georgia
Education – CMF
Campus Movie Fest, the world’s largest student film festival, is the premier outlet for the next generation of filmmakers, with more than one million students at colleges and universities worldwide getting the chance to tell their stories through film. Thanks to corporate partners and schools, CMF is completely free for students.

Summary: Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival is adding a member to their tour management team. Campus MovieFest travels around the world providing students with laptops, camcorders, and training to create their own short films. The films then screen on college campuses, compete for prizing, and have the chance to advance to the national CMF Grand Finale event at the end of the school year.

The Video Manager is responsible for all aspects of video production as part of our traveling film festival, including, but not limited, to the following: editing, documenting, instructing, compiling, logging and archiving.

The Video Manager should be a highly organized and self-motivated individual with excellent computer skills including proficiency with various types of video editing software including Adobe Premiere and other Creative Cloud Apps, Final Cut Pro, and iMovie. The Video Manager should also be comfortable interacting with dozens of students to educate them in video production and editing skills.

Requirements: An applicant for the Video Manager position must be willing to travel extensively for long periods of time while on Tour. They must be outgoing, friendly, and patient toward student filmmakers. Video Managers need the ability to juggle many tasks at one time, while being able to adapt and quickly learn new skills. Knowledge of Adobe Premiere and other Creative Cloud Apps, Final Cut Pro 7, Final Cut Pro X, and iMovie are a must, as well as possessing excellent time-management skills. A background in film/video production is preferred, and it is suggested that they have an excellent working knowledge of Apple technology. 

Job Duties

    • Shoot & edit footage of all CMF events.
    • Lead Information Sessions for participating filmmakers and be familiar with and able to field questions about all equipment and software available to filmmaking teams.
    • Educate CMF Participants at participating universities in video production and editing.
    • Provide on-campus, online, and telephone Technical Support for participants.
    • Proof, archive & compile all student productions.
    • Produce video content for the CMF Finale screening on each campus.
    • Work as part of a team to execute CMF events including Finale screenings.
    • A valid driver license and the ability to drive a 17’ box truck and lift a minimum of 25 lbs.


    • Empowering thousands of students with the ability to create their own short films.
    • Work with premier brands such as Western Digital, Panasonic, Adobe, Sennheiser, and many more.
    • Interact with professors and administrators from dozens of the top educational institutions.
    • Opportunity to travel to dozens of college campuses around the country.
    • Enjoy a rewarding adventure with a one-of-a-kind company passionate about changing the lives of thousands of students.
    • Flexible payment options.
    • Housing, travel expenses, and $200 living stipend provided during the traveling periods of the Tour.
    • Access to emerging technology including the newest Panasonic cameras and Adobe software.
    • Rapid growth potential within a young, expanding company.
    • Subsidized health care options and 401k options after one year.
Pay Scale: $2,472.22 per month

9 month contracts from August 1-April 30th (payment options can vary based on employee wishes)

Housing, travel expenses, and $200 monthly living stipend provided during traveling periods of the tour.

Background of Campus Movie Fest
For nearly 20 years, Campus Movie Fest (CMF) has been providing teams of students with cameras, laptops, support, and anything else they might need to create short movies in a week. The top films enjoy a campus-wide showcase at their school’s red carpet Premiere, giving masses of students the opportunity to share their story on the big screen. Four Jury Award-winning movies from each campus then move on to compete nationally at the CMF TERMINUS Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.

CMF started as a dream for a group of students at Emory University in 2001, realizing how the movie-making experience can foster learning, development, teamwork, and community. Since then, Campus Movie Fest has enabled students to create over 20,000 short films. CMF is the only event of its kind to provide all the necessary equipment (including laptops with editing software, HD cameras, microphones, and headphones) plus training and 24/7 technical support so students can create short movies that are shared with the world.