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 Content Editor
Applications Accepted From: 6/20/2016 - 7/4/2016

Job Description
Develop effective storytelling in a highly creative, artistic, and innovative way through video editing, which includes “long-form” production such as TV series, documentaries, specials and such - Make editorial decisions in the creation of an effective story arc - Work closely with directors and producers, both within BYUB and outside, to achieve the desired results, includes defining any technical recommendations in pre-production and then execution in the editing process - Instruct and assign student post-production assistants (PAs) to log, assistant edit and on-line masters - Supervise the finishing of on-air material by the team - Design, create and implement complex editorial elements which may include motion graphics, sound design, color correction and color grading; Pre-production: Consult and strategize with producers and directors to creatively design a vision for assigned content production, and oversee the implementation of the plan for all assigned BYU Broadcasting programs - Attend and participate in planning meetings - Act as liaison between director and/or producer groups with other Post-Production departments i.e.; color correction, sound design, graphics and motion graphics; Lead, mentor, train and coordinate a team of post-production assistants (PAs) to log media assets, rough-edit, color correct and finish for air all materials; Ensure finished material meets all BYU Broadcasting content standards as well as FCC technical standards; Technical asset and file management - Oversee preparing of all finished projects and media assets for archiving Supervise all ingest of new media assets for assigned projects - Coordinate with outside vendors to secure assets for production - Manage media assets in a coherent work environment ** All applications must be submitted online at **

Job Requirements
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE - Minimum required: Must have five years of full-time professional video editing in the film/television/post-production industry, which includes: advanced knowledge of the post-production process and workflow, off-line/on-line editorial, color correction, sound design, motion graphics and such, senior or lead editor of productions ranging in length from 25 minutes to 2 hours, such as TV shows or documentaries; Preferred: Bachelors degree in communications, broadcasting, film or related field, and six or more years of professional video editing/motion graphics, which includes: audio editing, color correction, integrated motion graphics, project supervision, resource management, employee supervision, experience with a wide variety of programming lengths and genres, experience with editing that required comedic and dramatic timing * SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE: - Highly creative and artistic in storytelling and 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 using a wide variety of styles/genres - Extensive experience managing resources, projects, deadlines, and timelines - Ability to produce projects under the pressure of tight deadlines - Ability to monitor, train and coordinate assignments with a team of student employees, contract employees, and others 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 others and serving as a resource to others in the department ** All applications must be submitted online at **

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