Job DescriptionOur curation team is focused on ensuring that Post readers have the most watchable, newsworthy video journalism across platforms. The ideal candidate is as comfortable handling a fast mashup edit as they are writing compelling companion copy. ResponsibilitiesDevelop relationships with video producers and oversee licensing their workEdit original and licensed video into compelling, shareable stories on a tight turnaroundReport on, write through and create topical collections of video keyed to the day's newsWork with video staff to identify key video stories of the day across platformsServe as the lead on social platforms--both in sharing Post content, and in bringing trending stories on social to our audienceProgram playlists and modules across WashingtonPost.com with a mix of original and wire content Monitor analytics to gauge story/packaging performanceOther duties as assignedQualificationsSkillsSelf-starter with strong work ethicFamiliarity with social and UGC content curation and acquisitionOnline newsroom experience in high-profile and high-pressure environmentExperience producing news content for social distributionFamiliarity with search and SEO best practicesExcellent news judgment, with a particular eye for compelling video footageDemonstrated experience in new media, social media and emerging platformsComfort with emerging story telling techniques and technologiesFinal Cut Pro X, Photoshop, Instagram videoStrong headline, display and overall writing skillsCollege degreeAt least four years professional experienceAdditional InformationThis is a full-time position located in the newsroom of The Washington Post in Washington, D.C. All positions require applicants pass a background check and drug test. Weekend, evening and early-morning hours are occasionally required. The Washington Post is an EOE.Please include a resume and express your vision for the future of news video. Apply by January 24. No phone calls, please.