Fusion 360 s looking for is looking for a BRANDED CONTENT VIDEO JOURNALIST to join our award-winning team of digital dragoons.
This talented individual will shoot, edit and produce branded-content “news” style videos primarily for use in agency and client social media campaigns -think CNN on steroids.


Our Moms.
Jaw-dropping video editing and producing portfolio/experience.
Proficient juggling (or any circus-like skills) encouraged.
Able to meet deadlines each week.
Ability to keep your head on a swivel when you find yourself in a vicious Nerf-gun fight.
Masters-level proficiency with Adobe Premier.
Producing/script-writing game on lock.
Loves video editing more than a chubby kid loves sweat pants.
Experience with other Adobe CC applications, like Illustrator, AE and PS would be both sick and tight.
Old-school Beastie Boys Jams.
Ability to be a digital agency “rock star”, less the attitude and that whole snorting coke off Vegas hookers, thing.


Competitive Salary
100% Covered Employee Health Insurance
Hard-to-understand office British dude.
Ideas > egos
Free drinks, snacks, ping pong, foosball and XBOX.
Steezy office with super chill working atmosphere.
Mondays will suck less.

Experience / Skills

In addition to having 2-3 years of killer video editing experience, we’re looking for someone with some serious videography, producing and script-writing chops. -Think Yoda in chucks armed to the teeth with a DSLR and a fully specced-out Mac Pro. Bonus points if you know the Electric Slide and/or Macarena -Friday afternoons can get a little weird. If this position sounds like it fits you like a new pair of skinny jeans, read on.


Video Production: 2 years
Video Journalism: 2 years

About Fusion360

Fusion 360 is an Emmy Award winning, next-generation digital shop, serving up more hot digital sustenance than Satan’s Sous Chef. We develop award-winning digital strategies for local and regional companies and brands. In fact, Fusion 360 was just named to the RNKED list of “Top 100 Global Agencies” (Ranked #70 Globally, #50 in the US and #1 in Utah). True story.