- Qualitative Research Interviewing
- Communication Skills
- Research Experience
Who You Are:
You’re creative, eloquent, curious, and comfortable in front of the camera. You are able to work individually as well as part of a team. You’re clearly the star of the show, but you also like to be engaged in what goes on behind the scenes. You can play to an audience, but you’re not acting — you’re engaging with a million new friends and sharing the best, most authentic version of you with them. You’re looking for a career where you can be both creative and organized. You’re interested in challenging the norm and striving to create content — written, visual, and video — that’s valuable and useful to the consumer as well as innovative and compelling in its own right. You’re detail-oriented and a perfectionist. Oh, and you LOVE the Disney World Theme Parks.
We want you here. Your creativity, innovation, energy, and lovable personality will be a cornerstone of our media presence. You will create various types of Disney-themed content, including written articles, photography, and self-directed video. And you will manage all aspects of media production, including concept development, creation, timeline, and budget. The role is based in the Orlando, Florida, area and the successful candidate must be able to visit Disney World multiple times per week. Position details will be candidate-depending but will likely be contract to hire.
PLEASE INCLUDE A COVER LETTER THAT INCLUDES YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH DISNEY PARKS AS WELL AS A REEL SHOWING US YOUR PERSONALITY IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA.
develop and produce Disney-themed media (written articles, photography, and videos)
research topics and background information for media (written articles and video)
work closely with other Orlando-based and global team members, collaborating on all varieties of media development
plan and rehearse shows
write and sometimes memorize scripts
liaise with other members of the production and technical teams
record and host shows
meet with potential interviewees and conduct interviews as necessary
Research and report on Disney-themed topics
Photographic reporting as necessary
You'll work much longer than the actual broadcast hours and work is rarely, if ever, 9am to 5pm. Pre-show preparation, such as meetings with the producer, researching, writing scripts, rehearsing and post-show review, which includes discussing the broadcast with the producer and beginning advance planning for the next show, all add to the working day. Hours may be long and unsocial, involving early mornings, evenings or weekends. When you’re not planning, prepping, recording, and promoting shows, you’ll be creating written and photographic content in and around the Disney Theme Parks.
excellent communication and presentation skills
confidence on camera
performance skills and a clear voice
the ability to generate original ideas
a true love and knowledge of Disney Theme Parks
good research and interviewing skills
the confidence and the ability to sell yourself
excellent writing skills (journalism and non-fiction required)
excellent photography skills
the ability to take initiative and make quick decisions under pressure
creativity and problem-solving skills
Please submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com