Temp, Spvr TV Production
Temp, Spvr TV Production
Target Hire Date
08/31/2020 - 4 days to go
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To provide supervision of weekend or as needed weekday operation and technical support of two television studios and control rooms and/or the Journalism Production Center's studio and editing facilities. Support in MTP department productions as needed.
- Supervise weekend or as needed weekday operation & maintenance of two television studios and control rooms or the Journalism Production Center's studio and editing facilities.
- Open and close facility.
- Provide technical support for the use of professional broadcast video, audio, and computer equipment as well as grip and lighting equipment.
- Supervise Technical Support Specialist student staff.
- Ensure proper vending of associated equipment for use in the television facility
- Ensure maintenance of our studio and control rooms. This includes normalizing areas after each production, organizing set pieces and props and standard housekeeping tasks.
- Support Emerson Productions as needed with special projects.
- 3 years of television production
- video production process (acquisition through post production), television control room and/or broadcast news experience, non-linear editing.
- Experience with video switchers, audio mixers, television graphics and video/audio routers.
- Familiar with basic multi-camera production, video production and studio lighting, audio and video patch bays.
- Familiar with single camera sets up and film set protocols.
- Basic understanding of set and lighting rigging
Grade of Position: T01N
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 20.00
Hiring Range: $13,793.09 - $14,436.78
To apply, please visit: https://emerson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Emerson_College_Staff/job/Boston-Campus/Temp--Spvr-TV-Production_JR002078
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