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Video Producer

The University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS

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Technology, Multimedia & Audiovisual
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Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
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Position OverviewThe video producer shoots, edits, and produces video and photo content to promote School of Business academic programs, faculty research, alumni news, student achievement and other organizational priorities. The video producer is tasked with designing and managing video content for the school’s website, social media, and building-wide signage, including a 9’ x 32’ video board, for marketing, recruitment, and engagement. As part of the school’s communications team, the video producer supports marketing strategies and objectives through excellent video production and video graphics that follow KU brand standards and guidance. This position reports to the chief of staff of the School of Business.

This is a full-time, 12-month, staff position and is currently designated as an on-campus position. Office will be located in beautiful Capitol Federal Hall, a 166,500 square foot modern facility that the School of Business has called home since 2016. Alternative and flexible work schedules will be evaluated as per KU policy and School guidelines.

Position is benefits eligible. KU offers excellent benefits to employees including generous retirement contributions, paid leave, insurance, and various discount programs. Full details are available at: The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.

In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the university actively encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups in higher education. Job Description60% - Media Production and Editing
  • Conceive, develop, and pitch original concepts and compelling stories that meet strategic goals and marketing objectives of the School of Business and appeal to a variety of audiences for various contexts, including website, social media, digital signage, etc.
  • Serve as creative lead on video projects among team members
  • Create motion graphic assets that follow KU brand standards and guidance
  • Arrange and coordinate video opportunities, scout potential production locations, and manage and maintain production spaces and equipment
  • Take photos of School of Business events and internal/external audiences as needed when outside photographer is not hired
  • Build and maintain relationships with institutional stakeholders to ensure new and relevant content is constantly being created
  • Stay current with market and production trends and make recommendations for content and equipment to support organizational excellence
  • Support and facilitate livestream of signature school events and presentations
  • Consult with the communications team throughout the post-production process to ensure the highest quality product
  • Consult with academic units and programs and provide support for effective use of video for presentations and class assignments.
30% - Signage
  • Serve as the lead internal technical expert for Capitol Federal Hall atrium video boards and building-wide digital signage
  • Work with campus signage support on system maintenance and utilization
  • Train select staff members and students to operate and develop content for signage
  • Coordinate with KU Information Technology and service vendor on proper maintenance of the video board
  • Seek out new technology and experiences to increase efficacy of building-wide signage
10% - Miscellaneous and Special Projects Management
  • Operate control room or delegate control room operation for events during the workday and select events on weekends and after normal work hours
  • Attend staff and client meetings
  • Consult with KU Information Technology and faculty on special video projects
  • Provide video systems support on an as needed basis for videoconferencing and other special events
  • Participates as active member of School of Business staff, including attending business school staff and faculty assembly meetings
  • Participates in school and university wide committees and groups as requested
  • Other responsibilities as indicated by supervisor
Position RequirementsThis position is on-site. Required Qualifications
  1. Associate’s or higher degree and at least 5 years of related experience.
  2. Portfolio samples demonstrating superior abilities in advertising ideas, reporting events, and promoting good strategic communications, spanning a range of low and high production values.
  3. Professional experience working with video and audio for use on the Web including experience with audio/video production and post-production utilizing current technologies
  4. Proficiency in video production software (e.g., Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier and/or Adobe After Effects) as judged by application materials.
  5. Working knowledge of both Mac and PC operating systems based on application materials.
Preferred Qualifications
  1. Familiarity with the University of Kansas, the student/alumni experience, and its mission and values.
  2. Experience with a large-scale video board, large venue displays and/or color correction.
  3. Experience in advertising, visual communications and/or brand development.
  4. Strong customer service, communication skills, time management and problem-solving skills.
  5. Ability to work collegially with staff and clients in a team environment as evidenced by work history.
Additional Candidate InstructionsA complete application requires:1) on-line application; 2) current resume; 3) a cover letter addressing required qualifications; 4) complete contact information for three professional references; 5) attach/upload three samples that demonstrate your ability to write news and feature stories (particularly those showing your work with interviewing and researching background information).

Application review will begin on July 11 and will continue until a pool of qualified applicants is received. To ensure priority consideration, apply before the review date. Contact Information to ApplicantsJordan Yochim, [email protected] Advertised Salary Range$47,000 minimum, depending upon experience Work ScheduleM-F 8-5; occasional evening/weekend Application Review Begins11-Jul-2022 Anticipated Start Date25-Jul-2022


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