Academic Video Production Specialist
The primary responsibility of the Academic Video Production Specialist is to visually communicate learning content in a way that facilitates exceptional and engaging teaching and learning. This position creates, produces, directs, shoots, and edits instructional videos in collaboration with faculty subject matter experts.Duties & Responsibilities
1. Provides project coordination (including creating, producing, directing, shooting and editing) of high-end, professional videos and multimedia projects for the Learning Team, under the direction of the Dean of Academic Technology.
3. Coordinates video camera operation, lighting, audio and editing for video productions associated with course instruction.
4. Maintains and updates video and audio software and hardware technologies.
5. Performs maintenance scheduling of video equipment.
6. Manages our Video management system (Panopto) as well as supports faculty using it.
7. Serves as the Learning Team’s on-staff photographer and photo editor as needed.
8. Ensures brand alignment of video marketing tactics.
The duties and responsibilities listed are intended to describe the essential functions of persons assigned to this job. They are not intended as an exhaustive list of all job duties, responsibilities, and requirements.Qualifications
In a full day work period, the number of consecutive hours normally spent doing the following activity:
6 to 8 hours: Performing repetitive movements and working indoors
4 to 5 hours: Grasping, sitting
1 to 3 hours: Bending, kneeling, reaching, standing, twisting, and walking
Less than 1 hour: Balancing, climbing, crawling, driving, pushing, pulling, working at heights, working in temperature extremes and working outdoors
Lifting and Carrying:
Less than 10 pounds: 1-10 repetition(s) per hour
10 to 20 pounds: 1-10 repetition(s) per hour
20-50 pounds: 1-10 repetition(s) per hour
50-100 pounds: Less than 1 repetition per hour
More than 100 pounds with help: Less than 1 repetition per hour
Additional Physical Requirements:
Vision: Adequate with aid to read instructions, labels, documents, computer screens, and differentiate between colors.
Hearing: Adequate with aid to understand oral requests, telephone conversation, and PA systems.
Required Employee Program Safety Training:
Bloodborne pathogen, Emergency procedures and ergonomics (office/workplace), Hazard communication, and Slips, trips, and falls.