Your purpose here at DRPG is to inspire new ideas and possibilities in the minds of our audience as you weave together storylines to create mind-blowing films that truly inspire.
You are the next Thelma Schoonmaker or Arthur Schmidt; someone who can capture the viewer’s heart and soul with their work. If this sounds like you, read on! As our newest Film Editor extraordinaire, you’ll join an ambitious group of like-minded individuals focused on excellence and innovation in filmmaking.
Having an endless thirst for knowledge and desire to refine your craft are non-negotiables. You’re highly motivated and happy working (Han) solo or as part of a team. Your creativity and dynamism will take us somewhere unexpected and marvellous.
We’re one of the most unexpectedly all-round capable communications agencies that’s been on the go for years – ever since our head honcho set up shop in a shed back in 1980, in fact.
Since then, we’ve made it our mission to make anything possible for our many and varied clients, putting our creative flair into delivering strategic communication campaigns, digital solutions, film and videos, events, exhibitions, and a whole lot more in between. We’ve grown a lot, but we’ve kept everything that made us great, back from the very day we first started out. Our global HQ and largest studios are smack bang in the middle of the UK and well worth a visit to see for yourself!
The role will be based primarily in Covent Garden, but there will be times when you’ll need to work from our other places and undertake other related commercial duties both in the UK and overseas. Flexibility is key!
We’re a friendly team. We really, really welcome anyone who wants to become part of a brilliant company. If you’re passionate with a cracking drive to deliver on our ‘anything’s possible’ mindset, we’d love to hear from you!
DRPG is an equal opportunities employer, Data Security (not super exciting, but necessary).
At all times you must work within the guidelines set out in the DRPG Information Security Policy and your Employee Confidentiality Agreement. Failure to do so may be treated as gross misconduct.
You must also work within the guidelines set out in DRPG’s Health & Safety Policy and Team Handbook.