If you feel that Let People See is an environment where you can thrive, we'd love to hear from you! See below for job descriptions and details about what we do, why we do it, and the types of employees we're looking to add to the LPS team.

Our studio in Greenville, SC serves as home-base for our producers, editors, and crew members. There are full-time and part-time positions available in each category.

 

CURRENT OPENINGS

 

VIDEOGRAPHER/EDITOR (2)
LPS Videographer

LPS VIDEOGRAPHER/EDITOR

 

Big Picture:

-Taking care of our clients and serving them well is the top priority at Let People See.  That means we search for employees with fantastic people skills and exceptional character.

-Availability is an incredibly important need for LPS videographers. The majority of our clients book within 1-2 weeks of the shoot, and the schedule can often include nights and weekends. Our clients dictate our shooting schedule. This means one day you might be shooting local in Greenville, the next day you could fly to NYC, Chicago, or anywhere else our clients need us to go.  The schedule is often unpredictable, which is either going to excite you or scare you. We’re looking for people who can excel in last-minute planning, rise to the challenge of improvising, and find excitement in working through challenging logistics.  

-LPS is a highly collaborative environment. You’ll receive feedback several times a day from producers, directors, and your production or post-production manager.  The ability to take creative and critical feedback well is a highly valued trait among our videographers and editors. 

-LPS is a mission-minded organization. We serve and support multiple non-profits and ministries that are creating a lasting impact on people all over the world. 

-Full-time and part-time videographers become editors when we have no shoots scheduled.  During some seasons, we have crews out every day.  Other seasons, the bulk of the work is in editing, which is why we need employees skilled in both worlds. 

-We do corporate stuff, and we have a blast with it.  Tons of interviews, tons of b-roll, tons of events.  Only 2-3% of our projects are “narrative”, so if narrative work or being on movie sets is your dream job, LPS is not your dream job. If you want to get paid to work with awesome people for awesome clients all over the world and make the content look awesome no matter what it is, LPS could be your dream job. 

-In the production world, we use Canon cinema cameras (C300 Mark II’s, C200’s), DSLRs (5DmIV, 1DXmII), and Canon L lenses. We use a variety of lights: Kino’s, Litepanels, Fiilex, Quasars, Mole-Richardson, etc.  Experience with Canon cinema cameras is a plus, but not a requirement. 

-In the post-production world, we use FCPX and Apple computers. Many of our editors also know how to use other programs, but FCPX is what our team uses on a day-to-day basis. Many of our best editors had little to no FCPX experience coming in, but they were self-starters and excited to learn LPS workflows. 

Let People See Videographer

 

Day-to-day (Videographer):

Pre-production

-Meet with producers / directors / DP’s about upcoming projects, scripts, shoots, edits. 

-Help create and review production schedules or script breakdowns (shot lists) before shoots with producers.

-Work with producers / directors / DP’s to research look and realize vision for shoot. 

-Research the client and own the project before stepping on set. 

-Help production manager decide on what gear is needed for each shoot; keep gear clean and up to date (firmware, software updates, maintenance, etc)

-Assist in prepping gear, charging batteries, making sure cards are backed up.  

Production

-Help wherever is needed on set, including running cameras, setting up and running lighting and audio, load in and load out.  

-Be in control of the shot list and the schedule.  Work with the producer, director, DP, and/or client to make sure shot expectations and time expectations are being met.

-Work with DP to load in, set up, and make the shoot happen.  

-Be the DP, depending on the shoot. 

-Help grip and place lights based on lighting grid or make quick decisions on location.  

-Improv and think creatively about camera angles, camera movement, and lighting.

-Keep cases and sets organized and make sure the entire experience for the client is awesome. 

 

Day-to-day (Editor): 

-Jump on edits assigned by post-production manager or producers.

-Work in a highly collaborative environment to create the best edit possible with input from several team members (producers, directors, post-production manager, etc). 

-Help and train other editors as needed, working together to meet deadlines for rough cuts and final cuts.

-Create daily backups for FCPX projects and weekly backups for new assets.

-Import and organize footage onto “working” and “backup” hard drives, update and add project assets as needed (logos, fonts, footage, etc)

-Make sure software and hardware is up-to-date and systems are running smoothly. 

-Make purchase requests to managers as needed for hard drives, accessories, etc. 

-Manage Vimeo uploads and creation of links, as well as Dropbox uploads. 

-Basecamp: Create Basecamp projects at the start of each project and record progress daily in Basecamp conversations. 

-Look ahead to the next week to assess hard drive space needs and workstation needs

-Meet with the post-production manager to go over project needs and editing requirements. 

-Flexible projects: you might start a project but not finish, and finish a project that you did not start. The highly collaborative environment at LPS cannot be overemphasized.

 

Job Requirements: 

-2-5 years experience

-Bachelors Degree in related field preferred, not required

-Shooting and editing portfolio

-Evidence of self-starting attitude and excitement to learn. 

-Part-time and full-time positions available depending on candidate. 

 
EDITOR (1)
LPS Editor

LPS EDITOR

 

Big Picture:

-Taking care of our clients and serving them well is the top priority at Let People See.  That means we search for employees with fantastic people skills and exceptional character.

-LPS is a highly collaborative environment. You’ll receive feedback several times a day from producers, directors, and your post-production manager.  The ability to take creative and critical feedback well is a highly valued trait among our editors. 

-LPS is a mission-minded organization. We serve and support multiple non-profits and ministries that are creating a lasting impact on people all over the world. 

-In the post-production world, we use FCPX and Apple computers.  Many of our editors also know how to use other programs, but FCPX is what our team uses on a day-to-day basis. Many of our best editors had little to no FCPX experience coming in, but they were self-starters and excited to learn LPS workflows. 

 

Day-to-day: 

-Jump on edits assigned by post-production manager or producers.

-Work in a highly collaborative environment to create the best edit possible with input from several team members (producers, directors, post-production manager, etc). 

-Help and train other editors as needed, working together to meet deadlines for rough cuts and final cuts.

-Create daily backups for FCPX projects and weekly backups for new assets.

-Import and organize footage onto “working” and “backup” hard drives, update and add project assets as needed (logos, fonts, footage, etc)

-Make sure software and hardware is up-to-date and systems are running smoothly. 

-Make purchase requests to managers as needed for hard drives, accessories, etc. 

-Manage Vimeo uploads and creation of links, as well as Dropbox uploads. 

-Basecamp: Create Basecamp projects at the start of each project and record progress daily in Basecamp conversations. 

-Look ahead to the next week to assess hard drive space needs and workstation needs

-Meet with the post-production manager to go over project needs and editing requirements. 

-Flexible projects: you might start a project but not finish, and finish a project that you did not start. The highly collaborative environment at LPS cannot be overemphasized.

Let People Editing

 

Job Requirements: 

-2-5 years editing experience

-Bachelors Degree in related field preferred, not required

-Editing portfolio

-Evidence of self-starting attitude and excitement to learn. 

-Part-time and full-time positions available depending on candidate. 

 

 
PRODUCER (1)
LPS Producer

LPS PRODUCER

 

Big Picture:

-Taking care of our clients and serving them well is the top priority at Let People See.  That means we search for employees with fantastic people skills and exceptional character.

-We’re looking for people who can excel in last-minute planning, rise to the challenge of improvising, and find excitement in working through challenging logistics.  

-LPS is a highly collaborative environment. You’ll work alongside other producers, directors, editors, and other staff every day in a open workspace.  

-The ability to take (and give) creative and critical feedback well is a highly valued trait among our producers. Producers often have to take critical feedback from clients and translate it into actionable steps for our in-house editors and crew. 

-LPS is a mission-minded organization. We serve and support multiple non-profits and ministries that are creating a lasting impact on people all over the world. 

-We do corporate stuff, and we have a blast with it.  Tons of interviews, tons of b-roll, tons of events.  Only 2-3% of our projects are “narrative”, so if narrative work or producing movies is your dream job, LPS is not your dream job. If you want to get paid to work with awesome people for awesome clients all over the world and make the content look awesome no matter what it is, LPS could be your dream job. 

-Our producers spend the majority of their days building relationships with clients through meetings and emails, managing projects from start to finish, and working out logistics (schedules, budgets, deadlines, creative briefs, etc).

 

LPS Producer.jpeg

 

Day-to-day:

Pre-production:

-Build quotes, contracts, and budgets as RFP’s come in from new and existing clients.

-Meet with clients and in-house directors / DP’s about upcoming projects, scripts, shoots, edits. 

-Meet with production manager and post-production manager to make sure shoots and edits are scheduled with crew and editors, and deadlines are clearly communicated. 

-Help create and review production schedules or script breakdowns (shot lists) before shoots with in-house directors / DP’s. 

-Help clients build creative briefs. 

-Research the client and be knowledgable in conversations. 

Production:

Occasionally producers go on-set to assist the crews. This can be a huge help on larger projects. Here’s some of the responsibilities that could involve: 

-Manage execution of the shot list and the schedule.  Work with the director, DP, and/or client to make sure shot expectations and time expectations are being met.

-Work with director / DP to load in, set up, and make the shoot happen.  

-Act as script supervisor and load / run a teleprompter.

-Help grip and place lights based on lighting grid or make quick decisions on location.  

-Keep cases and sets organized and make sure the entire experience for the client is awesome. 

-Manage craft services (food) as needed. 

Post-production: 

-Work in a highly collaborative environment to create the best edit possible with input from several team members (directors, post-production manager, etc). 

-Oversee editors and act as quality control 

-Manage the edit round process between clients and editors

-Help and train editors as needed, working together to meet deadlines for rough cuts and final cuts.

-Manage Vimeo uploads and creation of links, as well as Dropbox uploads. 

-Basecamp: Create Basecamp projects at the start of each project and record progress daily in Basecamp conversations.

If we are running low on editors, producers sometimes jump on edits to meet deadlines.  Editing experience is not necessary for a producer position, but here’s some of the possible responsibilities: 

-Create daily backups for FCPX projects and weekly backups for new assets.

-Import and organize footage onto “working” and “backup” hard drives, update and add project assets as needed (logos, fonts, footage, etc)

-Make sure software and hardware is up-to-date and systems are running smoothly. 

-Make purchase requests to managers as needed for hard drives, accessories, etc. 

-Look ahead to the next week to assess hard drive space needs and workstation needs

-Flexible editing projects: you might start a project but not finish, and finish a project that you did not start. The highly collaborative environment at LPS cannot be overemphasized.

 

Job Requirements: 

-Bachelors Degree in related field preferred, not required

-Fantastic communication and writing skills.  Emails are 80% of the job. 

-Evidence of self-starting attitude and excitement to learn. 

-Part-time and full-time positions available depending on candidate.