Future Now Digital

Editing, Creative and Technical Assistant

Job Added: 08 May 2019
Applications Close: 07 June 2019
Level: Mid-Weight, Junior
Contract: Freelance
Based: London
Salary: £130 to £175 per Day
Twitter: @fndigital

Future Now Digital produces films and digital communications for some of the world's leading organisations and brands including Burberry, PwC, WSP, Tunstall Healthcare and Maersk. We also produce our own feature films and shorts.

We're looking for an enthusiastic and talented all-round technical/creative freelancer we can call upon to help us out with various projects over the coming months.


VIDEO WORK: We need someone who's confident using Final Cut Pro X and Premiere for video editing, as well as After Effects for some light motion graphics work.

ELEARNING WORK: We often produce video rich eLearning modules for clients and we need someone who can quickly learn the Articulate Storyline 3 authoring software to help build these modules. It's a pretty easy to use tool, so if you're comfortable using web development software such as Dreamweaver, Wordpress or similar, and aren't scared by the occasional line of javascript you'll pick it up fairly easily. What's essential is that you are a logical thinker, are meticulous in your attention to detail and have good visual layout skills so that everything ends up pixel perfect and error-free.

There may be an opportunity to help out of shoots (and experience in either the sound or camera department would be a bonus) but this isn't an essential part of the role.


You may have studied at film school or come from more of a design/technology background, but either way you'll have a passion for the moving image, video and design, along with a good technical aptitude and strong problem-solving skills.

An accurate and detailed approach to your work is essential. As is the ability to manage your own time and ensure work is completed within deadlines.


We're a friendly and small agency, typically using a handful of people in our studio in London Bridge along with others working remotely. We take great pride in our work and like to think we're flexible and fun to work with. We value these same qualities in our network of freelancers.


We'd look to pencil and book you on a project by project basis for blocks of work ranging from a few days to a few weeks. Most work would be onsite in London Bridge but we can be flexible about occasional working from home. We endeavour to pay our freelancers within a week of them invoicing us for their time.

You must have the right to work within the UK.

We are an equal opportunities driven organisation and value diversity.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter, CV and examples of relevant work/portfolio to [email protected]