Working with the Assistant Athletic Director for Video Operations, the Digital Streaming Specialist (Multimedia Specialist I) is responsible for all aspects of live video production and daily needs including coaches video and creative content.
This position oversees and is responsible to ensure all cameras, staffing, and equipment is ready prior to the event. Duties include, but are not limited to, live video productions of home athletic events, coaches’ shows, and press conferences. Additional responsibilities will include editing creative content, manage student staff, help maintain various social media accounts, research upgrades in editing software and hardware, attend developmental conferences, and general office duties as assigned. Must have a creative and innovative technical mind, be self motivated, and must be very resourceful.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Must have a creative and innovative technical mind, be self-motivated, and be resourceful
Experience in video production, photography, and graphics design
Experience filming sporting events and have a strong working knowledge of professional camera and audio equipment including cameras, tripods, lighting, and audio equipment.
Strong communication skills and ability to work in a team environment is required.
Valid driver's license to perform essential job functions.
Limited travel with designated teams and events as needed
Schedule will be non-traditional; must be able to work based on events including evenings, weekends and holidays
One year of professional work experience
Preferred experience in the following software: V-Mix, Livestream, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition and Microsoft Office.
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