This entry level position is headquartered in Agricultural Communications Services. This individual will work as part of the production team for a half hour television "how-to" gardening program as well as other media products produced by the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The successful candidate for this position must be detail oriented, adept at multi-tasking, and a self-starter. The individual must be able to work as a part of a team under strict deadlines while being flexible in ever changing situations. Requires some travel, travel budget provided.
This is an non-exempt position (which indicates that the position is not exempt from overtime pay/comp or personal time accrual). Regular office hours are M-F; 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00 p.m. Any deviation from schedule required pre-approval from supervisor. This position may include some early mornings, evenings and/or weekends.
This position requires statewide travel. Most travel will not require an overnight stay. Travel budget is provided.
Bachelor's in Broadcast, electronic media, or media-related field
A minimum of six months experience producing multimedia projects/videos. Internship experience may count toward related experience.
Valid driver's license.
Nonlinear audio and video editing, broadcast graphics production, video color correction, video database management, digital media, creative, strong interpersonal skills. Experience in computer animation and/or videography/photography a plus.
Ability to lift, operate and carry broadcast video equipment (30-50 pounds).
Two (2) years proven experience creating video content using software such as Final Cut pro, Photoshop, QuickTime Pro, Soundtrack Pro, LiveType, DVD Studio Pro, Compressor, etc. Demonstrated experience coordinating and producing multimedia