Information Systems Advisor 1 Multimedia Project Manager
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY -
Date Posted: June 30, 2015 - 09:06 AM
Job DescriptionTYPICAL DUTIES:
Leads and participates in pre-production tasks, including working with division manager, staff and customers to develop project outlines, working scripts, shot sheets, locations, talent and schedule identification, etc.
Leads and participates in post-production tasks, including assigning and prioritizing editing tasks, reviewing footage, making editorial decisions, final editing using appropriate editing software, utilizing computer graphics, and making video products available in a variety of formats, including DVDs or streaming media files
Leads effort to identify, prioritize, prepare, review, and maintain operational process documentation as related to the job
Performs activities necessary for multi-cam and single-cam field productions, and control room shoots
Performs set up and operation of a podium and public address system including mics, switcher and multi-box
Provides management with supporting documentation and/or written reports to support operational processes
Works with the division manager to develop and prioritize current and future needs for Metro 3 services, including developing and implementing plans for new content for Metro 3
Participates in meetings or processes which support department project portfolio, financial planning and review, or status and performance reporting
Manages activities necessary for creation, approval and airing of graphic slides using the carousel system
Develops and implements programming schedule for Metro 3
Posts updates and schedules to Nashville.gov and maintain the Metro 3 Facebook page
Ensures that all Metro3 commitments are covered and that the prescribed resources are assigned to each meeting and/or event
Job RequirementsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any combination of education and experience that would prepare the incumbent to perform the duties of the position at the appropriate level. A typical candidate would have considerable experience using video, lighting, audio, public address systems and all equipment in a control room and considerable experience performing pre-production and post-production tasks (primarily editing).
Valid Class D Drivers License.
Candidates with degrees earned at foreign institutions are encouraged to apply.
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES:
Experience managing projects
Experience authoring and encoding DVDs and videos
Ability to understand and apply concepts and techniques for using video equipment for both single cam and multi-cam field productions
Ability to understand and apply concepts and techniques of directing including use of transitions, the ability to make quick decisions in a timely manner, communicate necessary actions to crew and ability to perform related tasks
Ability to understand and apply concepts and techniques of editing and serve as primary editor on projects
Ability to understand and apply concepts and techniques of audio including maintaining properly balanced audio levels, gain control to avoid clipping and over modulation as well as the proper selection of microphones for situational use
Ability to understand and apply concepts and techniques of lighting including, 3-point lighting, fill, key lighting, backlighting
Ability to perform independently on moderate to complex troubleshooting on audio, video, and lighting equipment
Ability to develop and write documentation
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Note: Per Metro Ordinance No. SO94-1078. All employees of the Metropolitan Government shall be residents of the State of Tennessee or become residents of the state within six (6) months of employment as a prerequisite to employment with the Metropolitan Government.
|Work Hours||Compensation||Job type||Start Date|
|full time||$63,782.78 - $72,286.44 annually||Full time||July 28, 2015|
Company Description An Equal Opportunity Employer
Apply on line at: www.nashville.gov
Candidate must receive and maintain 'pass' status from Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) background check.
**An incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification.**
Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information.
Contact Information Gwen Hornberger