Videographer Job at iNet in Waukesha (between Milwaukee & Madison, Wisconsin)

This could be the last video job you’ll ever apply for.

Perhaps you proclaim the merits of “free” in your freelancing career. Energetic and restless, you just can’t help but jump behind the lens of a camera. You are as inseparable with video equipment as Michael Jordan was with a basketball. At iNET, we have hundreds of clients who drastically vary in range. You might find yourself keying out a roofing green screen in the morning, racing to a law firm’s downtown photoshoot in the afternoon, then being the sole videographer at a Milwaukee Wave game that same night. The work is hectic, the pace is demanding, but the excitement, experience, and rewards are more than plentiful.

Videographer

Compensation: Varies with experience

Experience Level: All

Full Time

Positions Available: 1

Type of work: Write, shoot, direct and edit offsite and onsite video. Pithy and powerful!

Added value: Photography, YouTube(!), SEO and social media marketing. Have samples!

Overview

Immediately Hiring Pros, Entry-Level & Intern Videographers

If you are only looking for a ‘job’, this position as an intern, entry-level or pro videographer is not for you. iNet is only looking for energetic, motivated individuals that want an opportunity for a long-term career as a videographer. As a member of the iNet videography team, you will have a career with a rapidly expanding company with generous benefits and pay. A career in videography at iNet is incredibly rewarding but also very demanding. It is a pretty large understatement to describe iNet’s work speed as just ‘fast-paced’. By being an excellent videographer, you will help iNet’s customers undergo growth and profitability at a rate that will come as a delightful surprise to even the most demanding clients. This position is a great long-term career opportunity in videography in the Milwaukee/Waukesha area.

About our Videography Position

iNet has a full in-house green screen studio, multiple industry-leading cameras, top-notch lighting and sound equipment, and advanced software programs that basement kids just can’t afford. When applicants get a tour, they tend to geek out with the thought of utilizing so much professional equipment.

This is a career that’s highly lucrative for the intellectually curious. The only realistic option is to shoot and cut jaw-droppingly engaging work that delivers clients the largest possible return on their investment. Learn to make business owners money and you’ll always have a great job with ever-increasing pay.

Videographer SKILLS:

  • Passion for brilliant creative work, taking ownership
  • Self-starter (if you ask for directions to iNET for your interview instead of Googling the address, you won't be off to a good start)
  • Punctuality (getting in a head-on collision is a legitimate excuse, as is your child being hospitalized—otherwise get to work early and prove you truly do care)
  • Knowledge of various types of video/audio formats (BONUS: YouTube & video metadata used for SEO)
  • Meticulous and detail-oriented (you don't need to be reminded of anything—you're so organized you go out of your way to finish projects—downtime should NOT exist here)
  • Time management skills (if there's nothing on deck, you go out of your way to make something cool, like take arresting photos that improve our website or even carry out the trash when the janitor is gone—be a leader)
  • Quick learner (training wheels are for kids, it's all baptism by fire)
  • Presentability and Professionalism in a business casual environment (to the client, YOU will be iNET—get plenty of sleep, shower, dress nice, or start packing your bindle)
  • Desire to grow to increasing levels of autonomy and responsibility
  • Able to work under pressure (the scene from Scanners where a head explodes is entirely plausible if you aren't fully prepared)
  • Passion for brilliant creative work, taking ownership (mentioned twice for a reason)

Videographer BENNIES:

  • 5 paid holidays after 90 days.
  • Insurance available after 60.
  • 1 week of paid vacation after first year, 2 weeks after 3 years, 3 weeks after 5.
  • The centerpiece of the “benefits package” is the ability to increase your skills and pay above all else. You can love your job - ultimately pay is why we go to work.

Skills Necessary to Succeed at iNet in Videography

iNet is looking to immediately hire the best people for the videographer position at the internship, entry-level, and senior levels. Are you an extremely creative person that has little to no experience in videography or is straight out of college? Don’t worry about it. A lot of our best people started with no experience as well! While professional videography experience is definitely helpful, it is by no means required. As long as you will seriously commit to being the best and continually expanding your skill set, we provide paid on-the-job training. The ideal applicants will be intelligent, outgoing and friendly. Attitude is extremely important at iNet, so if you have a great one, this may be a perfect fit for you to lead a highly fulfilling and rewarding career as a videographer.

What about a PAID Videography Internship?

Are you still in college or looking to take an extended leave between semesters and want to gain some professional experience with an internship? Don’t even consider any of those other companies that don’t value you and only offer unpaid internships. You know your skills and time are worth more than that! Join us as a PAID videography intern over your summer or break! We offer paid on-the-job training so you will gain a ton of extremely valuable professional experience while, most importantly, receiving highly competitive pay! iNet is located in Waukesha, just a short drive from Milwaukee, and is perfect for UWM, MSOE, Marquette, & MIAD students looking to gain some real experience. Check out our PAID internships listing for more information to see if you fit! A transition to a position as an entry-level videographer may be available based on fit and performance.

iNet-Web is an equal opportunity employer looking for the best people. If you manage to make the cut and join the iNet team, you will become part of a family of great individuals working together in a positive, high-energy environment to build a better future for yourself, our customers, and iNet.

Videographer Compensation at iNet:

Pay is determined by your demonstrated ability to help grow the business by providing our clients with the largest return on their investment possible. We only care about how well you are able to do your job. It doesn’t matter if you have ten years of experience or no experience, iNet is a much better opportunity for a long, highly rewarding career in videography than all those other wannabes. Apply today and find out if there’s a fit.

About iNET

iNet is a rapidly expanding, highly competitive company with PC, Web, and Marketing divisions based out of Waukesha, WI (between Milwaukee & Madison, WI). Employees have extreme and immediate upward potential to advance and achieve compensation increases. iNET offers a competitive pay structure, benefits package, paid vacation, a great working environment and a core team of individuals dedicated to world domination. iNet hires sales representatives from all over, but many people will commute in from areas like New Berlin, Milwaukee, West Allis, Pewaukee, Brookfield, Waukesha, Wauwatosa, Muskego, West Bend, Oak Creek and Oconomowoc. While finishing college, some of our best people would even commute in from Menomonee Falls, Racine, or Madison! iNET is improving the economy one business at a time® – join us!

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iNET creative has dozens of mind traps and hooks. Duplicitous meanings and meanings left for the listener to decipher or wonder at. While these traps can get a listener stuck in a thought midstream over two, three, twenty exposures they force acceptance of the message and action. When they discover the hidden hooks listeners feel like insiders, part of the story and part of the brand.