WWE has posted a new listing on their careers page in search of a new Production Assistant. This new position is for the NXT UK brand.

According to the job listing’s description, WWE is looking for “an enthusiastic, imaginative, and detail-oriented Production Assistant who has knowledge of TV production.” Possessing a connection with WWE’s weekly television content is also a huge plus for any candidate.

This listing explicitly mentions NXT UK as they are looking for someone with a “concentration in WWE’s weekly in-ring program NXT UK.” You can check out the key responsibilities for the job below:Produce and edit video content for the Fastest Growing Brand in all of WWE – NXT UK.

Edit features based on weekly match content and storylines for integration into programming and social media.

Oversee weekly graphic requests.

Edit multiple projects concurrently, maintaining product vision.

Assist in post-production of weekly in-ring content to ensure flow and continuity.

Manage each assigned project’s life cycle, from creation through post-launch that engages on multiple levels, providing viewers with shareable experiences.

Responsible for quality control for all aspects of production and content for video projects.

Manage and organize footage to maintain efficient workflow.

Cultivate a positive team dynamic and work collaboratively with all levels.

Work alongside WWE’s Creative departments to design high end graphic elements.

Interact with WWE Talent in a professional manner.

Maintain a robust understanding of the production and post-production processes within WWE Media team.

Keep current with WWE programming, storylines, talent, brands, and products.

Must be able to quickly and accurately apply feedback given to projects.

We’ll have to see who WWE decides to hire for this position. Odds are fans won’t find out unless it is publicly addressed. This kind of position is usually operated behind the scenes without any spotlight on them. It is still interesting that WWE is investing in the NXT UK brand by hiring new staff.

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Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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