Video Editing Internship 

Position: Video Editing Internship
Department: Education
Reporting to: Program Manager
Hours: Minimum 80 hours
Timeline: July-Oct, 1-2 days per week

Hours are flexible, however interns must be available during working hours for communication with team/line manager)

Virtual OnBoarding will take place on Thursday 6 July 11:00am-12:30pm

The Earthwatch Education team is looking for a motivated, creative, and personable intern to assist in video editing to contribute to the Swarovski Waterschool Australia program.

You will be working to help communicate and showcase environmental education programs to a broad range of audiences, increasing our reputation as a leading environmental charity.


  • Video editing (small clips for social media and longer length feature pieces as needed) using Adobe Suite
  • Video editing, sorting and filing per convention
  • Updating media archives to identify top footage aligned with brand

Skills required:

  • An Undergraduate qualification in video editing and fluency in Adobe suite is required, experience in editing for organisations is highly desirable.
  • Video Editing
  • Subtitling
  • Branding
  • Adobe Suite
  • Office 365

Interviews will take place 27-29th June. Successful candidates must be available for (virtual) OnBoarding on Thursday 6th July from 11:00am-12:30pm 


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