We are currently searching for a new videographer to join our three-strong video team in what promises to be an exciting opportunity for anyone who loves bikes and is handy with a video camera.
This vacancy will see the successful applicant join the rest of our staff in Bristol to become a key part of our rapidly growing YouTube channel.
The role will involve filming and editing entertaining, informative content for our growing and highly-engaged YouTube audience. In addition, there will also be the opportunity to go in front of the camera, as our existing videographers regularly do.
The successful candidate will be energetic, passionate, ambitious, and will be looking to become an indispensable member of our video team and wider editorial team.
They will have professional experience filming — ideally action sports — as well as being comfortable with non-linear editing software and, ideally, experience operating Canon Cinema EOS and Sony FS camera systems.
Most importantly: our new videographer will need to be passionate about bikes (riding them, repairing them, staring longingly at them, talking about them).
If this sounds like a job for you — or indeed someone you know — then now is the time to get in touch with us. Apply via this link, but hurry — applications close on 12th December.
Jack has been riding and fettling bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork, fixie-botherer, tandem-evangelist, hill-climbing try hard, and thinks nothing of taking on a daft challenge for the BikeRadar YouTube channel. With a near encyclopaedic knowledge of cycling tech — from the most esoteric niche nonsense to the most cutting edge modern kit — Jack takes pride in his ability to seek out tech and stories that would otherwise go unreported. Jack has been at BikeRadar for three years now and is currently testing an All-City Mr Pink as his long term test bike.