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Creative film editor
at Noë & Associates

Noë & Associates is recruiting a creative film editor to join its growing content team in London.

About us

Noë and Associates is a branding and design consultancy delivering creative solutions across strategy, content and production for a variety of clients, with a focus on premium brands, architecture, design and the built environment.

We are entrepreneurial in spirit and favor simplicity, clarity of message, intelligence and sensitivity. We deliver measurable results with a passion for detail and authenticity. Noë & Associates works from our offices in London and New York, the London office is located in the heart of Fitzrovia at Mortimer House on Mortimer Street.

The role

We are looking for someone who is extremely creative and multi-skilled with an acute eye for visual and narrative storytelling to help drive our film content across multiple platforms. Applicants must have a strong understanding in the craft of storytelling, enabled by technical knowledge to ensure all films are delivered to a high standard. They will work alongside our creative and production teams to ensure our post-production process runs smoothly across all film-related projects, including the running of our in-house edit suite and media storage infrastructure.

As part of a growing team, applicants will need to be comfortable stepping outside their comfort zone, assisting senior team members when required, have confidence in their creative decisions and be willing to go the extra mile.


  • ensure all outgoing work is flawless and of a high standard prior to client delivery
  • attention to detail across multiple film edits
  • ensure style, tone and quality of content is of a high standard
  • think beyond the initial edit – question how edits look/feel across multiple platforms
  • clear reporting on the progress of projects to relevant management teams
  • maintain an enthusiastic attitude and outlook throughout the creative process
  • assisting production in monitoring and managing film equipment


  • min. three to five years of relevant experience
  • experience in an offline edit house or post facility
  • strong technical knowledge and understanding of film making process
  • well-organised and proactive planner
  • proficiency and understanding of Adobe Premiere
  • knowledge of DaVinci, Avid Technology and After Effects is preferred but not essential
  • competent in articulating ideas and interpreting feedback
  • comfortable working alongside senior team members to help manage post-production workflows
  • strong sensibility to narrative storytelling
  • acute eye in footage selection and visual storytelling
  • highly self-motivated problem solver
  • strong written and verbal communication skills
  • excellent interpersonal skills and an enthusiastic and personable team player

Desirable qualities:

  • strong interest in architecture, placemaking and design
  • knowledge of latest trends and developments in film and culture
  • flexible to travel for film shoots if/when required
  • proactive not reactive
  • sincere, open and honest in your behaviour and dealings with others
  • receptive to direction/constructive criticism
  • highly enthusiastic and dedicated to your craft

Salary: Undisclosed
  • Applications have closed.