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MEDIA PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

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Position Details

Position Information

Position Title MEDIA PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Position Number NDMCTEN30253
Slot Number 36
Job Description Summary

The purpose of this position is to produce instructional, education, and promotional television and audio programs, supervise departmental staff, and provide assistance to faculty and staff regarding media production resources and services. This is accomplished by conducting pre-production activities; providing studio video productions; providing location video productions; editing video programs; processing audio production; providing video/audio tape duplication; and performing administrative duties. Additional duties include scheduling part-time and student workers for production projects; and assisting with other duties as assigned.

Required Job Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Minimum Qualifications

Associates degree.

One (1) year closely related work experience. Substitution of experience/education is 15 credit hours = 1 year experience/1 year experience = 15 credit hours.

Preferred Qualifications

Two (2) years of related work experience is preferred.

Ability to develop content for production; ability to write scripts and/or outlines, and production schedules; knowledge of set design and production; knowledge of lighting techniques; ability to lift and move video and audio gear; skill to operate varied production and editing equipment; skill to create and modify web pages; skill to use specified hardware and software used in the creation of video production.

Job Duties

Note: This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions below does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position.

Job Duty

Maintain flow of positive original College productions from concept to production and broadcast to include moving video and audio gear to a variety of locations for multi-camera or single camera productions; setting-up portable lighting, microphones, cameras, cabling; serving as camera operator; may serve as director; and host productions and interview individuals as needed.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Prepare and maintain programming calendars and schedules used to coordinate broadcast activities for local cable systems and provide broadcast schedule as appropriate design, develop, and maintain the Del Mar TV web page to ensure schedules and activities are current; and upload streaming video and audio content to internet web server.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Develop flexible broadcast schedule and establish traffic protocols capable of utilizing multiple format and length video segments.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Conduct pre-production activities through any of the following activities, including but not limited to by meeting with College staff and faculty to develop content for production; writing scripts or outlines; creating a production schedule; developing graphics; and editing video and/or recording/editing/audio as needed.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Prepare and install variety of sets to enhance production quality; design lighting scheme and adjust grid lighting as needed; set up and input a script for the teleprompter; operate camera or audio, operate video switcher as needed; superimpose text and graphics over video; adjust luminance and balancing of each camera; operate character generator, video recorder, and audio mixer depending on the needs of the production; and set- up laptops, projectors, and audio for presentations during productions.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Edit video programs by operating computer-based non-linear editor set-up video players/recorders; meet with clients to discuss any pertinent script changes or program changes; and in some situations, use analog video editing software.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Record narrators for voice-overs to video or audio productions; record musicians or vocalists and adjust specific frequencies and overall articulation of audio.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Provide duplication services as requested and ensure all copyright permissions are granted.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Assist with various administrative functions as assigned; perform preventive maintenance on equipment; research equipment for future purchase; contact vendors regarding product information and pricing structure; and maintain knowledge regarding technological advances with various equipment used in production activities.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes
Job Duty

Verify and approve time reports for part-time and student workers. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Percentage Of Time
Essential Function? Yes

Job Requirements

Supervision of Employees No
Human Collaboration HIGH
Decision Making and Independent Judgment NARROW
Budget Responsibility No responsibility for a budget.
Other Requirements

Physical Demands

Physical Demands

Note: This is intended as a description of the way the job is currently performed. It does not address the potential for accommodation.

Physical strength for this position is Sedentary - Exerting up to 10 lbs. occasionally or negligible weights frequently; sitting most of the time.

Machines, Tools, Equipment, Software, and Hardware

Machines, Tools, Equipment, Software, and Hardware
Protective Equipment Required

Health and Safety Factors

Mechanical Hazards
Chemical Hazards
Electrical Hazards
Fire Hazards
Explosives
Communicable Diseases
Physical Danger and Abuse

Environmental Factors

Respiratory Hazards
Wetness/Humidity
Noise and Vibration
Physical Hazards
Extreme Temperatures

Non-Physical Demands

Time Pressure
Emergency Situation
Frequent Change of Tasks
Irregular Work Schedule/Overtime
Performing Multiple Tasks Simultaneously
Working Closely with Others as Part of a Team
Tedious or Exacting Work
Noisy/Distracting Environment

Primary Work Location

Primary Work Location