Temp, Spvr TV Production
Target Hire Date
08/31/2020 - 4 days to go
Join our community and experience Emerson College!
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
- Supervise Technical Support Specialist student staff.
- Ensure proper vending of associated equipment for use in the
- 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
- 3 years of television production
- video production process (acquisition through post production),
television control room and/or broadcast news experience,
- 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
- 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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