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.

Lead Video Promotions Editor
Applications Accepted From: 4/22/2016 - 5/6/2016

Job Description
Create highly artistic and innovative marketing and promotional material that promotes all programs created for or distribution on BYUtv and the other BYU Broadcasting properties, including radio and web - Edit and make editorial decisions related to the creation of assigned projects - Work closely with the Promotions Producer and Marketing Brand Manager to achieve the vision of the intended campaign or promo, which includes defining any technical recommendations in pre-production planning before the editing process begins - Develop creative stories with limited time durations - Design and assist in the creation of motion-graphics elements, when needed, to be incorporated in the on-air material - Create material ranging in duration of ten seconds to several minutes - Complete other special projects as assigned - Archive and meet deliverable needs using knowledge of post-production workflow, including sound design, color correction, file conversions, integration to motion graphics, on-line mastering - Complete projects to meet deadlines and milestones; Lead, mentor, train and coordinate contracted editors and student assistant-editors to log media assets, rough-edit, color correct, finish on-line masters and finish for air all promotional materials; - Technical asset and file management - Follow proper post-production policies and procedures, for file management, as outline by Post-Production manager - Help ensure order and uniformity in file management - Prepare all finished products and media assets for archiving - Supervise ingest of all new media assets for assigned projects - Coordinate with outside vendors to secure assets for production; Quality control - Ensure assigned material passing through Post-Production meets all creative, content and technical standards; Planning and Coordinating - Attend and participate in planning meetings - Act as liaison between marketing, promotions and post-production management * * All applications must be submitted online at

Job Requirements
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE - Minimum required: Three years of full-time professional video editing and motion-graphic experience in the film/television/post-production industry, which includes experience working in the 30-second range for commercial and/or promotional editing experience and a good understanding of a full post-production workflow; Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in communications, broadcasting, film or related field or five years of professional video editing/motion graphics which includes audio editing, color correction, integrated motion graphic, project supervision, resource management, and employee supervision. Experience with marketing, advertising, commercial and promotional editing highly preferred. In addition, any experience with editing requiring comedic and dramatic timing. Experience mentoring other editors is a plus. Experience using any or all of the following: Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, and DaVinchi Resolve. Familiarity and experience with transcoding video for online purposes is also a plus. * SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE: - Must be highly creative and artistic in delivering finished products at the highest level - Extensive experience in all aspects of post-production including editorial, color correction, post sound, effects, and motion-graphics - Ability to demonstrate an experience in editing in a wide variety of styles/genres - Extensive experience managing resources, projects, deadlines, and timelines - Experience managing others to complete projects - Ability to produce projects under the pressure of tight deadlines - Ability to monitor, train and coordinate assignments with a team of student employees and contracted employees as needed - Ability to ensure technical, artistic and uniform quality of products delivered to various clients and systems - Current with new technologies related to post-production - Capable of delivering quality productions as well as training other and serving as a resource to others * Must include a “Demo-Reel” or work sample by URL * * All applications must be submitted online at

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