10507 - Video Production Technician, Radio and Television Services
|Job Summary: Assists the Production Manager, Engineer, Producer, or project owner of record, in the daily execution of varying video production projects and deliverables, by performing video recording of events, ceremonies, athletic competitions and other activities. Maintains video and audio equipment; determines technical requirements and sets up equipment; and organizes all supplies, equipment and logistics for assigned events. |
Utilizes computer graphics and editing software to create features, animations, event coverage…etc.; and may produce and edit special programs as requested. Serves in assigned direct positions, including any of: Associate Production Manager, Multi-camera Engineer/Shader, Technical Director, Videographer, Editor, and other video assistant positions, as assigned.
Assists the Production Manager, Director of Educational and Production Services (E&PS), and/or project owner by serving as direct project coordinator on client, WTIU, and WFIU production projects including pre-production project organization, on site execution, post event delivery, and reconciliation. Assists with hourly personnel training and coordination; and may coordinate and supervise the activities of support personnel.
|Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required. |
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree, two years of professional experience in a broadcast or high-end instructional or industrial video production company, and one year in client facing productions and environments.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Experience in a fast-paced broadcast environment, including exposure to live, multi-camera setups in both studio and remote; and well-rounded knowledge of all aspects of video production, including acquisition, post, transmission, and delivery.
Demonstrated familiarity with the following: 3 CCD HD field cameras and lenses; non-linear editing software, especially Avid; Multi-camera setups; complex video switchers and routers; HD signal flow and troubleshooting; CCU and CCU remotes and camera setups; and all broadcast standard equipment, in both ENG and multi-camera setups - including mobile unit trucks, fly pack kits, ENG kits, and studio configurations.
Excellent computer skills including familiarity with multiple software platforms, including Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Must be able to push and lift large, heavy, equipment cases and stand on feet for long periods of time.
NOTE: This is an 80% FTE, 32 hour/week, professional staff, overtime eligible position, and includes a full range of benefits including health care, retirement plans, paid time off, and tuition assistance. Click here for a full summary of all benefits offered.
Salary is $24,960.
Applications accepted until March 7, 2014, or until position is filled.