Hurricane provides college sports event DJ entertainment for Big 10 athletics and colleges like Rutgers University.
If you found this post, you're about to land upon one of the best opportunities you've seen in a while -
If you don't suck at shooting video with your iPhone and you generally like to have a good time, keep reading.
We want to build our following on Instagram through posting content regularly to IGTV.
You'll mostly spend time hanging out and filming us in our office. But we may take you to a BlueClaws game. Or send you out with Maserobbiee to DJais.
We kind of don't know what this is going to turn into - but we'll pay you for it.
Here are some more 'formal' details:
We want someone who is comfortable primarily using an iPhone to shoot video footage.
Ideally you would be able to edit footage using Adobe Premiere but we are open to other solutions - quick and timely turnaround time is a must.
Ability to work non-traditional hours is required.
Must have access to reliable transportation.
Hourly pay rate, some transportation reimbursed. Candidate should be 21+
Interested? Contact - email@example.com or DM us on Instagram @hurricaneproductions
Hurricane Productions prides itself on developing and rewarding homegrown talent. And Nick Nittoli's recent promotion to Director of Operations is that narrative in action.
Nick officially started the full-time position role in May 2016.
But Nick's journey at Hurricane began over six years ago as a freelance photographer after he graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ.
As he grew his photography portfolio, the company grew in step - seeing an increase in corporate and University events.
Nick sensed the shift. As a self-starter, he learned more about production. He taught himself how to shoot video. He operated photo booths. He enabled himself to fulfill as many needs as possible.
Nick developed into the ultimate utility team member.
"I invested in myself and that provided me with new opportunities within the company," Nittoli said. "If you would have told me on my first day that I'd be where I am now, I'd have thought you were crazy. The truth is, I couldn't be happier because I know the company is on the cusp of exploding into the next level and I'm just happy to be a part of that."
As Director of Ops, Nick oversees all of the company's events with a focus on staffing, equipment and internal technology.
"When you're growing a company, you have to grow your brain trust," said Hurricane's CEO Vincent Velasquez. "And there's no one that knows the event business, specifically our business, better than Nick."
Go further back than six years ago, Nick and Vincent played baseball together as classmates at St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel, NJ. Hurricane's co-founder/owner - Strato Doumanis - also graduated from SJV.
Nick is part of the company's recently developed 'front office,' which includes full-time positions held by Velasquez, Doumanis, and Administrative Assistant Chelsea Rutkowski.