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The position: Video production specialist for Honda Aircraft
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
Job duties: Will videotape and photograph company events and activities. Coordinates with the engineering, manufacturing, sales and administration divisions in the development of video and still photo images. Will be responsible for post-production of video assets and preparing final assets to be used both internally and externally. Handles editing and retouching of still photography images. Prepares assets for publishing on the website or in print.
The company: Honda Aircraft Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company. Honda Aircraft is dedicated to the research, production and sale of the HondaJet light business jet.
Requirements: Must have bachelor's degree in film or media arts. Requires a demonstrated record of generating creative, high-quality video and still photography assets. Must have exceptional problem-solving abilities and proficiency with both Adobe products (including Premiere Pro) and the Microsoft Office Suite. Requires some overtime and occasional national and international travel.Extra perks: The company offers 13 paid holidays and 10 days paid vacation, plus a credit union, stock purchase plan and company discounts. They also provide motorcycle/ATV safety training programs. Some positions also offer flexible working hours.
Interesting info: Honda Aircraft operates in an exclusively in a Microsoft Windows environment, so candidates must be comfortable using this type of system. The HondaJet is Honda's first commercial aircraft. The company has already received orders for more than 100 HondaJets, which have a price tag of $3.9 million each.
Other opportunities: The company currently has openings for design and test engineers with a strong background in aircraft certification. In addition, they need people who specialize in structural design, flight and ground tests, information technology and flight controls.