The following job opportunities are currently listed on the sites referenced below. Additional libertarian jobs may be found here.
“The American Enterprise Institute seeks a Freelance Audiovisual Technician. The AV/Conferences team is responsible for setting up, striking, and producing all livestreaming events, as well as any other events at AEI. The AV Technician will work with the AV Production Associate, AV Production Assistant, Conferences, Facilities, IT, Kitchen staff, and event management staff. AEI maintains a high standard for customer service including interactions with AEI staff and public guests. The candidate will be responsible for helping staff with setup of staging, microphones, video, PowerPoint presentations, lower thirds, livestreaming, troubleshooting, and other responsibilities deemed necessary by the AV Production Associate.”
“Project Veritas, an organization that investigates and exposes corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions, seeks additional well-qualified applicants to join our high-energy and rapidly-growing team. At this time, the following positions are open:
–Audio Video Editor (must be NY based)
“The Texas Public Policy Foundation seeks an Associate Filmmaker and Editor to help tell the story of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, its work, its people, and its mission to a statewide, national, and international audience. For over a quarter-century, the Foundation has sought to defend liberty in the Lone Star State — and to make its lessons available and applicable to the rest of the country. This position, part of our top-flight Communications team, will play a critical role in ensuring that our achievements and our principles are available and accessible to any American with a television or Internet connection.”
Have you seen a libertarian film lately? Somewhere along the way, the Moving Picture Institute (MPI) may have had a hand in it. MPI supports libertarian filmmakers in numerous ways, from training to internships to financial support. “The Moving Picture Institute produces and promotes films that make an impact on people’s understanding of individual rights, limited government, and free markets, and supports freedom-oriented filmmakers at every phase of their careers.”
Director of Major Gifts (Remote Office)
“Responsible for cultivating donors and securing major gifts from individuals and foundations. While there is a small office established in Los Angeles, California, most of the employees at our client organization work in their home office, remote to one another.”
Part-Time Internship: Production Assistant for Director Rob Montz, Moving Picture Institute (Remote; DC-area preferred)
The intern would be intimately involved with every aspect of Rob’s production process, with responsibilities including: editing video; researching potential topics for new videos; collecting archival footage; assisting on-site for interviews and shoots.
“Freedom’s back is against the wall, battered by a hostile culture, while its supporters are too focused on arcane policy debates to wield the only tool that can really make a difference — the imagination. Meanwhile, one lone nonprofit, Taliesin Nexus, leads a ragtag team of passionate filmmakers as they strive to make their pro-liberty voices heard…We teach filmmakers of promise by leveraging our network of Hollywood pros to create educational opportunities through various workshops, internships, film labs, and networking events. Currently – we are looking to fill these positions in our Los Angeles office:”