Grow Financial Federal Credit Union

Marketing Visual Content Specialist

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Posted Date
2 weeks ago(1/5/2018 12:12 PM)


Looking for a great investment? A career at Grow Financial Federal Credit Union will be the best investment you ever make! Grow Financial Federal Credit Union has 27+ locations in the Southeast, assets of over $2 billion, and a reputation as one of the premier credit unions in the nation. And that all adds up to a great career for you! Join us now in the following position: Marketing Visual Content Specialist.


This position is responsible for capturing and sharing the amazing stories of our members and our teams that serve them through engaging videography and photography. The candidate will have an extreme attention to detail and a graceful eye for modern composition in the digital world. A high level of knowledge and comfort in the social media space will be essential to help us grow our digital presence and member engagement. The ideal candidate will be able to strike the right working balance between being highly collaborative with the marketing team and being self directed.


Bachelor of Arts/Science required. Mass Communication, Business, Marketing/Advertising preferred. 3-5 years of related experience required. Strong understanding of innovative storytelling techniques—narrative plot development, lighting, composition, non-linear editing, sound design, and color grading. A deep understanding of the social media space is required. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Final Cut Pro required. Strong time management and organizational skills. Must have the ability to juggle multiple projects in a high-energy, fast-paced environment with shifting deadlines and deliverables. Ability to adapt quickly to change and willingness to learn and develop new skill sets as applicable. Must be able to sit for extended periods of time, lifting up to 50 pounds may be required. Must be able to read and speak English.


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