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The Junior Videographer and Video Editor supports the Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship (CNDLS) Media Team in all aspects of production and post-production. S/he performs camera and lighting setup, camera operation, audio recording, logging footage, editing, and application of basic video effects. The incumbent will also assist in the development and production of graphic and branding materials used in GeorgetownX courses as well as CNDLS communications assets. In addition, this position will create and maintain asset management documents, coordinate with faculty and course managers on revisions and approvals, and perform platform-related tasks associated with the building and release of course material. Reporting to the Senior Video Production Manager and working collaboratively with members of the CNDLS Media Team, the Junior Videographer and Video Editor has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Production and Post-Production
Support the CNDLS Media Team in all aspects of production and post-production.
Transport and break down a variety of production materials for CNDLS video shoots.
Assist the Video Director/Editor in lighting setup, camera setup, microphone preparation, and camera operation.
Provide personal assistance to talent prior to and during shoot.
Create substantive edits of video footage under the direction of Video Director/Editor. Execute basic post-production effects and finalizing tasks to CNDLS video assets.
Provide updates to CNDLS Vimeo page in concert with CNDLS' social media and online strategy.
Assist in the development and production of graphic and branding materials used in GeorgetownX courses as well as CNDLS communications assets.
Assist Media Specialist in re-designing and revising faculty slides.
Integrate slides into audio and video assets for GeorgetownX courses.
Maintain course spreadsheets, upload course assets to edX Studio, manage 3Play requests, and edit transcripts as necessary.
Maintain regular contact with course faculty and managers on approval status for video assets and iterative feedback
Requirements and Qualifications
1-2 years experience in video production with distinctive storytelling ability and a strong interest in higher education
Demonstrated understanding of video editing fundamentals
Working knowledge of professional video editing and graphic creation software such as Adobe Creative Suite
Superb organizational skills particularly in regard to file management and media formats
Ability to work cooperatively as part of a team (both internally and externally)
Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects with different deadlines and priority levels
Experience with Canon DSLR camera, lenses, and workflow is a plus
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