Video and Interactive Media Editor

New York
Jun 04, 2013
Jul 04, 2013
Kristin Edla
Part Time
Your role:
We are seeking a part-time Interactive Media Editor (the truth is, this job is hard to put a title on). We want proactive, creative, and multi-media savvy people to join our team on a part-time basis (20 hours/week). Primary duty is editing interactive educational lessons using Storyline. Prior knowledge of Storyline platform not required. Our organization is entrepreneurial, growth-oriented, and energetic. We genuinely enjoy what we do and take pride in it. If you seek a challenging, exciting role -- while working with talented and passionate people -- this might be the position for you.

What you'll do:
For a sample of the sorts of lessons we create, visit this link:

A successful candidate will be:
•A skilled communicator & problem-solver
•Able to quickly learn new software
•Interested in processing and editing video and sound
•Able to manage multiple projects and track project workflow
•Graphic design skills and comfort with standardized tests a plus

What we offer:
This is an hourly, part-time position (20 hours per week) at $16/hour, with growth opportunities.

What we're about:
What defines Manhattan Prep is not just its focus on providing students with the highest quality exam preparation, but also its unique work environment with a fast-paced, open, and challenging culture. Founded in 2000, Manhattan Prep is the fastest-growing test prep company in the country, preparing test takers for Business School, Law School, and PhD programs.

Manhattan Prep serves an impressive roster of corporate clients, including many Fortune 500 Companies. We currently conduct in-person corporate classes, group classes, and private instruction across the United States, Canada, and England. Manhattan Prep's online courses are available worldwide, and our acclaimed Strategy Guides are available in Barnes & Noble and on For more information, visit

What's next:
If this sounds like the job for you, apply online at Please include:
1. A cover letter.
2. Your resume.
3. Optional: links to or direct samples of any relevant work (video production, graphic design, etc.) You can include these in your resume or cover letter if you are unable to load it directly to the site.

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