BYU Broadcasting Employment

BYU Broadcasting is a division of Brigham Young University. Broadcast outlets include television, radio, and Internet services. Learn more

BYU, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is sponsored by the LDS Church and requires observance of Church Standards. Preference is given to LDS applicants.

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Employment Services Staff and Administration
D-70 ASB Provo, UT 84602
Telephone: 801.422.3563
Fax: 801.422.0209

Full-Time Job Postings

The following full-time positions are also posted in Brigham Young University's Employment Services Staff and Administration Office. If your organization would like to receive information regarding job openings at BYU Broadcasting, please contact BYU Broadcasting Human Resources by telephone at 801.422.8450.

Senior Video Editor/Motion Graphics Designer
Applications Accepted From: 2/25/2015 - 3/11/2015

Job Description
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Creation of highly creative, artistic, and innovative marketing and promotional material that promote all programs created for or aired on BYU TV and the otherBYU Broadcasting properties, including radio and web. - Senior video editor – Edit and make editorial decisions related to the creation of assigned projects. - Work closely with BYUB Producer to achieve the vision of the intended campaign or promo, including defining any technical recommendations for pre-production, before the editing process begins. - Creative storyteller within limited time durations. - Assigning student editors and supervising the finishing of on-air promotional material by the team. - Design and the creation of complex motion-graphics elements, when needed, or, assist in the creation of motion-graphic elements to be incorporated in the on-air material. - Creation of material ranging in duration from 10 seconds to several minutes in length. - Creation of other special projects as assigned. 2. Consult with and strategize with the Promotions Producer and Marketing Brand Manager to creatively design a vision or marketing/promotional plan, then oversee the technical implementation of the plan for all BYU Broadcasting programs. - Attend and participate in planning meetings. - Act as liaison between marketing/promotions management and Post-Production. 3. Leading, mentoring, training and coordinating a team of student assistant-editors to log media assets, rough-edit, color correct and finish for air all promotional materials. 4. Quality Control - Ensure all material passing through this department meets and exceeds all creative, content and technical standards. 5. Technical asset and file management - Preparing all finished projects and media assets for archiving. - Supervise all ingest of new media assets for assigned projects. - Coordinating with outside vendors to secure assets for promotions. ** All applications must be submitted online at

Job Requirements
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: - Must have 5 years of full-time professional video editing and motion-graphic experience in the film/television/post-production industry. Must include experience working in the 30-second range for commercial and/or promotional editing experience. PREFERRED: - Bachelors degree in communications, broadcasting, film or related field, and 6+ years of professional video editing/motion graphics: which will include audio editing, color correction, integrated motion graphic, project supervision, resource management, and employee supervision. Experience with marketing, advertising, commercial and promotional editing is highly preferred. In addition, any experience with editing requiring comedic and dramatic timing. SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE: - Must be highly creative and artistic in delivering finished products at the highest level. - The candidate should have extensive experience in all aspects of Post-Production including; editorial, color correction, post sound, effects, and motion-graphics. - Should be able to demonstrate an experience in editing a wide variety of styles/genres. - The candidate should have extensive experience managing resources, projects, deadlines, and timelines. - The candidate should have experience managing others to complete projects. - Ability to produce projects under the pressure of tight deadlines. - Ability to monitor, train and coordinate assignments of a team of student employees and contract employees, when needed. - Ability to ensure technical, artistic and uniform quality of products delivered to various clients and systems. - Must be current with new technologies related to Post Production. - Be a senior video editor, capable of delivering quality productions as well as training others and being a resource to others. ** All applications must be submitted online at

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