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We are looking to recruit a new team member to support our team in producing our accessible content working on a range of exciting projects. Our clients include The British Museum, Department of Health, Macmillan Cancer Support and London Transport Museum to name a few.

If you are interested in this position, please email your covering letter including salary expectations and CV to: Natalie Taylor: [email protected]

Deadline: Friday 26th November 2021

Interviews: Monday 29th November 2021

About Remark! Access

Remark! Access specialises in making content accessible for Deaf, hard of hearing and visually impaired audiences across all platforms. We do this via the realms of British Sign Language (BSL) Translation, Subtitling, Audio Description, Audio Reading and Audio Transcription.

Our Studio is based in Central London at our Leather Lane offices. Our studio has a full green screen back-drop, lighting set-up and full HD camera equipment.

We are looking to recruit a new team member to support our team in producing our accessible content working on a range of exciting projects.

Our clients include The British Museum, Department of Health, Macmillan Cancer Support and London Transport Museum to name a few. 2 .

Key responsibilities:

• Support the Access Team to produce engaging accessible content for our clients

• Build and maintain effective client relationships ensuring clear communication throughout the project process

• Video editing

• Chroma key assets captured in the studio

• Take ownership of projects, working to deadlines maintaining a high level of attention to detail

• Attend and participate in relevant meetings

• Keep up to date with new developments/issues within the field of communication support for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.

• Assist in the marketing and promotion of the Remark! Access Service with a view to secure new projects

• Undertake any other duties as may be required within the scope of the post and participate, as necessary, in corporate initiatives and projects. Person specification Essential

• Basic knowledge of the full Adobe Package including Premier Pro and Photoshop

• Video editing experience

• A minimum of BSL Level 3

• Motivated to create exciting and accessible audio/video content

• Be able to demonstrate exceptional level of attention to detail

• Excellent communicator

• Able to multitask and work to tight deadlines

Desirable

• Excellent command of written English

• Experience of project management

• BSL Level 6

 

Remark! is an Equal Opportunities Employer (EOE).

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