WWE Hiring For Position In NXT UK

2 years ago by Liam Winnard

WWE Hiring For Position In NXT UK

WWE has put out a new job listing looking for a “Production Assistant” to be part of the ‘WWE Media Team’ in NXT UK.

The job description is as follows:

WWE is seeking an enthusiastic, imaginative, and detail-oriented Production Assistant who has knowledge of TV production and the desire to create and tell stories, to join the WWE Media Team. With a concentration in WWE’s weekly in-ring program NXT UK, this eager team member will see projects through from conception to completion and operate under quick turnaround parameters.

And here are the key responsibilities:

  • Produce and edit video content for the Fastest Growing Brand in all of WWE – NXT UK.
  • Edit features based on weekly match content and storylines for integration into programming and social media.
  • Oversee weekly graphic requests.
  • Edit multiple projects concurrently, maintaining product vision.
  • Assist in post-production of weekly in-ring content to ensure flow and continuity.
  • Manage each assigned project’s life cycle, from creation through post-launch that engages on multiple levels, providing viewers with shareable experiences.
  • Responsible for quality control for all aspects of production and content for video projects.
  • Manage and organize footage to maintain efficient workflow.
  • Cultivate a positive team dynamic and work collaboratively with all levels.
  • Work alongside WWE’s Creative departments to design high end graphic elements.
  • Interact with WWE Talent in a professional manner.
  • Maintain a robust understanding of the production and post-production processes within WWE Media team.
  • Keep current with WWE programming, storylines, talent, brands, and products.
  • Must be able to quickly and accurately apply feedback given to projects.

So, if that interests you, you can click here to visit WWE’s corporate website and apply.

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