Video Production Specialist

Gillespie Productions

Gillespie Productions is a video creation company that helps corporations captivate their audiences by mixing a documentary style with on-brand messaging. We know when it comes to corporate video, there is a delicate balance between two often-competing agendas – the desire to create a cinematic masterpiece and the desire to force-feed an organizational message. The pinpoint balance is to nail the messaging while captivating the audience.

Our intertwined backgrounds of broadcast journalism, brand marketing, corporate communications and the creative arts enable us to deliver content that people actually want to watch – and is on-message. We tell real, human stories about real, human businesses.

Position Details

Video Production Specialist
Northeast Wisconsin
De Pere, WI

The video production specialist is a powerhouse contributor to Gillespie Productions' content creation process. This role will be comprised of roughly 75 percent editing and 25 percent shooting. 

This person will need to be flexible to work on both a larger project - helping with shooting and editing - as well as shorter projects, all while maintaining efficiency and quality. For example, the video production specialist will often accompany a producer and a director of photography to shoot a second camera and then be responsible for post-production, based on the producer’s script. Other times, this person will edit scripted content from previously shot interviews and a b-roll library. The perfect candidate is one with high character, a seasoned skill set and an unending desire to hone his/her craft. Core hours are normal business hours Monday through Friday, however, some shoots may necessitate flexibility to arrive early and/or stay later. In addition, occasional travel may be requested, once travel returns to a post-pandemic normal.

Skills required:

  • 3-5 years experience editing and shooting in a professional video production environment 
  • College degree in Film, Video Production, Broadcast Journalism, or related field 
  • Highly skilled in Premiere Pro Extensive shooting experience with professional video cameras 
  • Experience in lighting for interviews and b-roll 
  • Proficient with audio - knowing the difference between good/bad audio and how to get the best 

Additional skills desired:

  • A working knowledge of After Effects, Photoshop and Audition 
  • Ability to shoot (or quickly learn to shoot) in a cinema camera environment 
  • Experience with moving camera support - such as a jib, gimbal and/or slider 


  • Continuous learner 
  • Process improver 
  • Easy to work with 
  • Comfortable interacting with clients
  •  Results-oriented 
  • Efficient 
  • Detail-oriented 
  • Authentic 
  • Other-focused
  • Salary range - $45,000-$53,000 
  • Bonus payment for hours exceeding weekly billable hour expectations 
  • 2 weeks paid vacation 
  • 8 paid holidays 
  • Paid week off between Christmas and New Year’s Day 
  • Flexibility to work in a hybrid environment, i.e. home and office

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