Wanted: TechCrunch Europe Video Intern

We’re looking to produce more video now and again, and to that end we’re looking for a Video Intern in London. What do we mean by that?

Well, we’d like to do more video interviews of European startups coming in and out of London (as they frequently do), speaking to the founders and CEOs and the people behind the companies. We’d also like to visit their offices and get a sense of where they work.

To that end we’d really like someone who wants to get ahead in the world of online video. Ideally our Video Intern will know how to shoot simple interviews, have their own equipment (we’re not worried if it is not hi-end TV equipment, but the more pro or semi-pro the better. However if you don’t have equipment we’ll supply it) and be able to put together simple video reports in iMovie or similar. They need to be based in Central London (or within reach – ideally – of Old St tube station) and available during the day or weekday evenings. The Internship may well suit a student but we’re open to anyone. Also, this is not an “on camera” position – you’re behind it. If you require payment then we pay National Minimum Wage (£5.93 an hour) and travel expenses. What will you learn? The process of interviewing and cutting together a small report.

In return you’ll have your work seen by TechCrunch’s 10 million readers, get to meet a lot of interesting startups, and get a lot of exposure for your skills and promotion by us. To apply email mikebutcher AT techcrunch dot com and send some links to your work online. (Unfortunately we can’t reply to all enquiries). Thanks.