Multimedia Specialist

Working Lands for Wildlife

United States Remote only

Freelance / Contract

Marketing & Growth

Mar 4

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Working Lands for Wildlife is looking to add to our team! The WLFW multimedia specialist will develop, schedule, and post high-quality content that combines text, audio, photographs, graphics, digital animation, audio and video. The contractor will serve as a skilled storyteller that develops dynamic content that supports internal and external messaging needs.

Examples of projects include:

  • Develop and post graphic, video and audio content for social media channels following WLFW visual brand standards, including, but not limited to:
  • WLFW Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube
  • SGI Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube
  • Stay abreast of social media trends and help develop and implement strategies to grow audiences and increase engagement.
  • Support WLFW video projects from strategy to execution, including managing post-production material, archiving and organizing footage, interviews, graphics and other collected material in cloud-storage system. Includes post-production and editing of video content into clips for social media and other digital uses. Assisting other WLFW team members with accessing these materials as needed.
  • Provide video editing (full-length and clips) and posting support for WLFW recorded presentations and lectures. 

 Contractor must be willing to: work remotely, act as a team player, and build upon existing communications platforms. Contract is open to both part-time and full-time proposals. 

Find the full RFP at https://pheasantsforever.org/SpecialPages/About-Pages/Careers/Contractor-Opportunities/Working-Lands-for-Wildlife-Multimedia-Specialist-Request-for-Proposal.aspx.



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