Job Number: 75591
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The Associate Editor collaborates with colleagues on the Media Creation and Production team within the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, engaging on highly creative digital media projects. The Associate Editor brings expertise in video editing capabilities to the team, to distill and refine concepts, help plan post-production timelines, and deliver completed media assets.
The Associate Editor will:
- Collaborate with members of the Digital Media Creation and Strategy Team to distill and refine concepts, help plan post-production timelines, and deliver completed media assets.
- Assist in the post-production of content including editing and adding slides and supplemental content, editing video, mixing audio, encoding video assets, and posting finished assets to internal or external video hosting platforms.
- Log and organize footage.
- Edit and create graphics and motion graphics.
- Prioritize and produce projects to meet deadlines.
- Manage media assets.
- Ensure backups are maintained and organized on server.
- May interact directly with faculty and academic staff to communicate issues and provide status updates.
- May assist in filming in the studios or on field shoots as needed.
- The ability to manage a variety of complex, highly creative projects with changing priorities, deadlines, and needs.
- A strong ability to perform detailed work with a high level of accuracy; extremely detail oriented and well-organized.
- Experience working on multiple projects concurrently, including a commitment to meeting timelines and proactively communicating delays or issues.
- Demonstrated technical experience in video production, color correction, and audio and video editing capabilities - expertise with Adobe Premiere and proficiency with Audition and After Effects preferred.
- The ability to create supporting materials such as titles and graphics.
- Knowledge in production techniques and workflows including videography, compression, asset management, and file delivery.
- A complete understanding of the overall production process including pre-production, script writing, storyboarding, field production, and studio operations.
- Familiarity with commercially available screen capture programs such as ScreenFlow and Camtasia a plus.
Focal Core Duties:
- Collaborate with clients to determine project appropriate medium and plan production.
- Research, prepare and produce digital media for training, documentation, and other communicative purposes for both internal and external audiences.
- May manage logistics, video shooting, music and sound effect licensing, computer graphics, animation, digital effect creation, editing and tape duplication.
- May act as liaison with vendors ensuring scheduling, costs and requirements are met.
- Diagnose and resolve digital media system problems. May also perform various hardware, software, peripheral, and networking technical assistance.
- Research, recommend, and implement hardware and software configurations to meet client needs and to help ensure compatibility with university systems and architecture.
- Set up, operate and troubleshoot on a variety of equipment including but not limited to; laptops, video cameras, video projection, video conferencing, still photography, digitalization, analog and digital audio recording.
- Maintain and ensure proper operation of all equipment and perform repairs and cleaning of digital media equipment.
- Bachelor's degree and two years of relevant experience or combination of education and relevant experience.
Location: Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: stanfordcareers.stanford.edu
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.