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Wide-Out Workforces Inc.

Information & Communications Technology

Makati, Philippines

 

28F, Pacific Star Building, Makati City, Philippines

101-200 Employee/s

About Company

Wide-Out Workforces Incorporated is a company that is engaged in providing fast and reliable online solutions. We have clients all over the world including North America, Europe and Asia. Our company has been around since March 2012 and as of today, we have more than one hundred direct hired employees. Our fleet has significant experience in producing advanced creatives for top-tier brands on the largest online media platforms. We also understand the online ecosystem and are equipped to handle the most demanding online needs.

Wide-Out is a huge believer in providing a fun but professional environment for its employees. We are proud to say that we are the only Google Analytics Certified Partner in the Philippines. We have worked with the world's biggest brands, creating cutting-edge advertising solutions on the latest online technologies. Our company is also a regional trainer for the Google Partners program. At Wide-Out, it’s not just about business. It’s also about our fleet and relationships by providing our workforce with ample training and up-to-date technologies that optimize their talents. The result is a highly-skilled pool of talents that create compelling work that provides top-notch services.

Come join our fleet today!

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Quality Assurance Specialist (Pooling)Minimum Qualifications and ExperienceAt least 2 years of experience in QA-related rolesBackground working in IT and/or ad tech industries would be preferredKnowledge of Rich Media, XML, Flash concepts, JavaScript would be a plusKnowledge in Graphic Design and Video Editing is a plusMust have an exceptionally keen eye for detailShould at least be conversant in written and verbal EnglishAmenable to work in varying locationsAmenable to work in US working hoursAmenable to work during holidays and to render overtime when neededJob DescriptionThere are lots of different QA jobs out there, but how many of them actually raise the bar for excellence? Here at Wideout, it won’t be another desk job, pencil-pushing all day. We offer extensive training to enhance and optimize your skills, build your repertoire, and we’ll give you opportunities to showcase your other talents.Creative solutions isn’t just what we do for clients - it’s what we cultivate within our Fleet.Our Quality Assurance Specialists are the vanguard of our pursuit for excellence. They are vigilant. They are credible. They are meticulous. We’re looking for talented individuals with these attributes, who thrive in a challenging environment, and those with a genuine desire to add value to the team.Does this sound like you? Then we want you to add your value to our team.ResponsibilitiesEvaluate and test ad units and versions for functionalityTest, verify and confirm that all ad units are built and executed up to client specificationsTrafficking and confirming receipts of all units/placements to publishersTesting of new productsInvolvement in the development, implementation, and execution of test cases, criteria or specificationsProvide feedback and assistance to developers to make sure they understand policies and procedures for qualityProvide reporting on all QA-related metrics as necessaryOther deliverables and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager 

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Creative Designer (Pooling)As a Creative Designer, you will be responsible for creating design solutions for websites and banner ads that will have high visual impact and engage users. The role involves a lot of client-designer collaboration, meaning you will need to have a crystal-clear understanding of client needs, as well as of your own style, to bring out the full potential of the client’s vision.ResponsibilitiesCoordinate with the Creative Director or Producer to determine the project scopeUnderstand the client’s creative vision from the creative brief, the Creative Director or Producer’s instructions, and/or client callsCreative designs that convey the intended message/creative vision by hand or using computer software packagesReview designs for errors before sending outIncorporate revisions requested by the clients into the final designPhoto retouching/editingColor gradingYou will be trained on…The digital advertising industryOnline and print media design principles and best practicesPerforming QA on designsDesired Skills and ExperienceFresh graduates and job seekers from BPOs and other industries are invited to apply. Familiarity with digital advertising is not a requirement, but we recommend you study online and print design to prepare for the exam. A design portfolio is a must.Minimum QualificationsA Bachelor’s/College Degree in Digital Arts, Multimedia Arts, or an equivalentMust present an impressive portfolioExpert in Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as graphic design, illustration, and layoutAfter Effects, Premiere, Flash, or HTML5 skill a great plusStrong written and verbal EnglishMust be willing to work any shift especially on a Night ShiftDue to the Coronavirus disease, the entire recruitment process up to onboarding will be done online to ensure your safety.

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Wideout presents 4 reasons ad ops is great for new grads!It’s the best place to learn about digital advertising - even as a fresh graduate, you can break into the digital advertising industry through ad ops. The ad ops team is an information hub within ad companies and a key resource for getting things done. This means ad ops gives you the best exposure to help you move or to other career paths in digital advertising.You develop a lot of new skills - ad ops challenges you to hone both your technical and soft skills. You will learn to manage projects, analyze reporting data, and, understand html and javascript, but you will also learn how to present information and deal with different clients and teams.The industry is growing quickly - ten years ago digital advertising was a $7b industry – this year it will be worth $30b and five years from now that number will be $50b. And within the industry, there are areas of mega-growth, such as mobile advertising, rtb platforms, and social media – all of which need ad operation expertise.Ad ops is fun - advertising is a blast, and digital is the best part. The dress code is relaxed and virtually everyone outside sales wears jeans to work. The industry tends to be young and energetic. Also, you get to sit on the leading edge of innovation and be part of the real-time invention of an industry. Could there be anything more fun?Start your digital advertising career with Wideout!We are looking for ad ops specialistsAs an ad operations specialist, you will be working with media agencies, website and app publishers, and ad tech platforms to traffick, test, and troubleshoot ad campaigns. You will be responsible for making sure creative go live on spec and on schedule and that your ad campaigns perform well through reporting and analysis.You will be trained on…The digital advertising industryTrafficking ads on industry platformsPerforming QA on banner adsPulling and analyzing campaign reportsTroubleshooting live ad issues and reporting discrepanciesBasic HTML and JavascriptResponsibilitiesTraffic management – implementing, testing, deploying, and optimizing ad campaigns from clients and ad networksProvide technical support to troubleshoot problem creativeTest and evaluate new types of ad productsPerform QA for campaigns that go liveMaintain and distribute pacing reportsLead new publishers through product testing and integrationDue to the Coronavirus disease, the entire recruitment process up to onboarding will be done online to ensure your safety.

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Job Description :So you went on vacation, caught it all on video, fixed it up, and posted it online. Got a lot of likes? Sure, it’s fun to be editing those cool videos from your GoPro, but we’ve got something that might make better use of your skills.That’s right. We’re looking for Video Editors who want to build more work experience in the online space. Here, you’ll get to work your magic, put your work out there for more people to see, and make yourself some cash while you’re at it.ResponsibilitiesEdit digital video and audio in non-linear editing platforms like Adobe PremiereIncorporate motion graphics into video post-productionManage and maintain source material, projects, and other assetsPublish/upload final videos to appropriate channels like the client website or YouTubeActively contribute to the video production process as needed, including shooting video and recording audioMimics reference we send of other ads, following a motion design brief etc.Participate in strategic/conceptual development meetings with clients to determine project requirements, objectives, and creative directionPresent creative concepts to the Studio, Creative Director and ClientWill resize and tweak static adsCan edit live-action/general videosMinimum QualificationsUndergraduate education in media production or related field; students currently studying in this field are encouraged to applyExtensive experience with digital technology and editing platform (e.g. Lightworks, Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut, Avid Media Composer, etc.)Skilled in Motion Graphics / Motion ArrayComfortable with Adobe Illustrator and PhotoshopDemonstrable video editing ability with a strong portfolioHighly adaptable to changing business and client needsExcellent multitasking skills; able to balance and adjust priorities based on urgencyThorough knowledge of timing, motivation, continuity, etc.Experience in image editing, special effects, and 3D a huge plusCreative mind and storytelling skillsWilling to work in US hours - Can work on a NIGHT SHIFTFresh grad to 3 years of graphic design experience and a portfolio showcasing digital work is requiredDue to the Coronavirus disease, the entire recruitment process up to onboarding will be done online to ensure your safety.