Ok so we are building this big beautiful studio we keep talking so much about in NYC. The only problem at this point? We have nobody to run it. Sort of important. So if this sounds like you and you’re interested in joining the team send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are hiring ASAP.
AGAIN SEND RESUMES TO MARCUS@BARSTOOLSPORTS.COM
Crew Chief – Video Broadcast Studio, Video Broadcasting Technician, Video Broadcast Technical Director, Broadcast Studio Operations Manager, Video Production Manager, Broadcast Production Manager, Video Broadcast Engineer
NATURE AND SCOPE:
Supervises and represents the broadcast technicians as Crew Chief for broadcast and production operations.
- Operates non-linear editing equipment including, but not limited to, Newtek TriCaster 460, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Premiere.
- Operates broadcast equipment used in studio, remote and technical center operations, and on location.
- May operate camera control to ensure proper video levels for broadcast.
- Investigates reported technical problems in programs or equipment and makes recommendations to the
- Director of Operations and/or the appropriate personnel regarding solutions.
- Monitors inventory supplies needed for technical center and/or studio operations.
- Operates lighting board, and positions lights.
- May coordinate or supervise work activities in technical operations.
- Serve as point of contact to the technical operations areas (broadcast and production) for management and staff.
- Maintains inventory of all production equipment, insuring that proper sign-in/sign-out procedures are followed; must be proficient in maintaining and working with all camera, sound, lighting and grip equipment and must be able to trouble-shoot problems quickly and efficiently; knowledge of technical shoot guidelines for each program/series and insuring that all equipment is made available to obtain that goal, organization of all camera and sound equipment for shoots, recommendation and coordination of rental equipment, reviewing and examination of equipment upon delivery and prior to return, immediate reporting of damages, tracking inventory of all in-house and vendor equipment, etc.
- Monitor internal systems for incoming media requests, including but not limited to duplication, encoding, file management, and tasks to move media to internal and external locations.
- Monitor workflow and processes throughout to provide assurance that delivery deadlines are met.
- Pro-actively identify, recommend, and with management’s approval, implement solutions when problems occur.
- Work with management to review and enforce standard operating procedures on a regular basis; provide recommendations and assist with updating and/or editing the SOP policies and procedures as it becomes necessary.
- Maintains discrepancy reports and provide ongoing checks and balances as to whether issues were resolved and/or how they can be avoid future reoccurrences; reviews reports to identify any patterns of difficulty that may arise in order to bring it to managements’ attention.
Encouraging open feedback from colleagues to contribute to overall operational efficiency
- Must have demonstrated knowledge and ability in a variety of production and post-production skills including, but not limited to camera, audio, technical direction, video engineering, intercoms.
- Experience in non-linear editing systems (Newtek TriCaster 460, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Premiere) and in encoding and transferring multimedia files.
- Well versed in the operational aspects of all broadcast equipment.
- Proficient in maintaining and working with all camera, sound, lighting and grip equipment to be able to provide hands-on instruction to students and staff.
- Must be able to trouble-shoot problems quickly and efficiently.