Multimedia Designer/Developer

DEPARTMENT:

Program Productions

 

POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for creating new promotional videos and assembly and editing of source material into a finished video product.

 

AUTHORITY & ACCOUNTABILITY: Authority as delegated by the BOL Speaker/Director. Reports to Speaker/Director.

 

ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:

  • Uses discretionary judgment to perform all videotape edits (cuts shows into segments to be encoded for the web).
  • Selects programs and creates scheduling for the various network channels.
  • Encodes all shows to HD format to be sent to various network channels.
  • Organizes all digital files (video clips), and uploads them to various network channels every Wednesday.
  • Uses creative judgment to write program descriptions, text files, and an all other written communication in connection with network programming.
  • Comes up with new and innovative ideas for programming of shows, and ideas for better ways to utilize this exciting new media.
  • Create, update, and maintain program files.
  • Edit television video and sound tracks as requested by supervisor.
  • Evaluate and select scenes for dramatic and entertainment value and story continuity.
  • Trim program segments to specified lengths and reassemble segments into a sequence that presents the story with maximum effect.
  • Review assembled program and make corrections.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:

 

1. QUALIFICATIONS, SCOPE, & COMPLEXITY OF DUTIES:

  • Education: 4 years college; preferably in communication or marketing
  • Experience: Demonstrated previous projects in video production.
  • Member in good standing with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
  • Skills:
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
    • Attention to detail;
    • Ability to multi-task;
    • Proficient computer skills with knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Visual Hub, Transmit;
    • Works well independently or on a team;
    • Works with little or no supervision.
    • Good Personal relationship skills

 

2. INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Within Ministry:
    • Speaker/Director
    • Manager
    • Breath of Life office staff and field representatives
    • Support services and all on-campus personnel
  • Outside Ministry:
    • Donors, clients, and contractors
    • AMM and NAD Staff
    • Oakwood University Church employees and Volunteers

 

3. WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • General working conditions of an office
  • Physical requirements: requires time at a computer or at desk, with minimal standing, walking, reaching, climbing, and lifting (maximum of 50 lbs.)
  • Other:
    • Typically 38-40 regular hours per week,
    • At times may require additional weekends and evenings and travel
    • Professional office attire required