Open Positions

Studio Manager

Position Summary

The Studio Manager facilitates the flow of video, motion graphic and design work for Faithlife’s in-house creative team of 20 (+contractors).

Reporting Relationships

Reports to the Creative Director. Is not responsible for managing others.


• Assigning work based on individual strengths and workload
• Making sure briefs exist for all new work
• Facilitate daily triage for new and active work
• Confirming that written briefs exist for all new work
• Traffic work for the video, motion graphic and design teams
• Helping all work be completed on time and on budget
• Knowledge of the status of current work
• Keeping management and other departments informed on projects
• Workflow management and improvements for video, motion graphics and design
• Vendor and contractor negotiation, relationships, and documentation
• Onboarding and coordination of contractors
• Managing contractor budgets
• Onboarding and training of new employees on the video and design teams
• Print buying and coordination

Key Requirements:

• 5+ years in the creative field
• Excellent prioritization
• Advanced organizational and multitasking skills
• Keen attention to detail
• Project management skills
• Troubleshooting skills

Nice to Have:

• Experience producing video and photography work
• Experience working with creative contractors
• Rolodex filled with a variety of creative talent

To be a proper fit at Faithlife, you will:

• Understand and interact with technology.
• Have the ability to thrive in a high-energy, fast-paced workplace.

Senior Editor

Position Summary

Faithlife is looking for a highly organized, detail-oriented individual with excellent video editing and people skills to work as the Senior Editor. This role is responsible for editing feature documentaries, brand promotions, and product marketing videos as well as preparing assets for external contract editors, collaborating on continuous improvements, and consistently delivering results against goals. Editing in FCP X is required. Understanding Faithlife’s core audience of church leaders and expertise in theological content is helpful.

Reporting Relationships

Directly reports to: Executive Producer, DSGNHAVN


• Editing RED footage in Final Cut Pro X
• Post production asset management and workflow
• Online and offline (proxy) editing
• Editing documentary feature films
• Editing brand promotions and product marketing videos
• Prepare assets for contract editors
• Collaborate with the video team to ensure projects ship on schedule

Who You Are

5+ years of video editing in a professional capacity.

You thrive in a fast-paced culture and are constantly looking for new problems to solve. You learn quickly from failure and you have the ability to quickly pivot strategies.

Focused and efficient 
You’re attentive to detail and enjoy productive editing sessions.

Ambitious and driven
You have the grit to overcome roadblocks, you‘re a self starter, and have the determination to achieve the next goal.

Team player
You have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. Digital video expert.

Digital Video Expert
You are highly skilled in editing picture and dialogue. You’re competent mixing audio and notice when an image is a little too magenta.

This is a full-time salaried position at our office in Bellingham, WA.


Faithlife is always looking to hear from creative freelancers who are available for contract work. Projects range across print and web, motion and video, photography, graphic design, and production work.

Who You Are

You understand the importance of deadlines, and you deliver work on time or early--every time.

Your file structure and layers are organized, and your source files are packaged.

Eagle Eye
You review provided instructions completely, ask questions before you start, and understand the importance of consistency.

Good Communicator
You respond to questions and feedback in a timely manner. Your messages are clear and concise.

Apply. No resume required.

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