To produce and direct both studio and location, multi-camera and single camera, and other media projects as assigned. Almost all projects will include conception, design, budget, writing, lighting, audio, videography, editing, and managing/training students. The position of producer/director requires an understanding of complex technical material, knowledge of the complexities of human interaction, and a comprehension of the delicate intricacies of storytelling.
Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities
• Produces television programs or series for various forms of distribution. Includes: concept design; budget; script writing; reserving equipment and production crews; coordinating with technical staff; videography; audio; editing; and in some cases, distribution. Involves working with outside clients and University clients to produce content.
• Directs live or live-to-tape multi-camera television productions. Includes: set-up; supervision of student crews; lighting, camera; audio direction; overall visual look and design; and post-production to complete the project.
• Trains and mentors WBGU-TV student staff positions. Includes development and supervision of interns and graduate students as assigned.
• Writes scripts, from research and interviews, for television productions, station promotions and station development department. Writes transitions and/or storylines for performance and/or feature work for television productions.
• Edits television projects and/or segments.
• Completes the budgeting and administration process for television projects.
• Researches topics for development into television and/or media projects. May involve grant writing.
• Shares information about projects, overall production and station concerns in production department meetings
• Operates various pieces of production equipment, also will be required to update skills with newly purchased equipment and software programs used for media production.
This list of essential duties, tasks and responsibilities is not all-inclusive; individual will perform other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills or Abilities
• Knowledge and/or experience with single camera field production is very important
• Training or teaching experience would also be beneficial
Bachelor's Degree required preferably in Telecommunications, Visual Communication Technology or Film Production.
Also the following experience is required:
• 1-3 years professional or student experience in a multi-camera studio production environment
• 1-3 years professional or student experience directing multi-camera studio productions
Full-time, Administrative staff position available. Administrative Grade Level 354. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Full benefit package available.
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