Production Assistant/Jr Editor

PURPOSE/OVERALL OBJECTIVE – The purpose of this position is to assist in the production of in-house video content.


1. Assists with production of all shoots, including all aspects of physical video production – handling gear, managing grip, lighting, and camera equipment.

2. Rough-cut editing of video content.

3. Pre-production and planning of monthly production calendar.

4. Basic maintenance of equipment, as well as installation and configuring of new or existing control-room/edit-suite wiring.

5. Other duties as assigned.


This position requires four-year college degree in video production. A two-year degree with proven prior experience in the area of television production may be substituted for some of the educational requirement.

Skills Include:

– Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling various studio and remote broadcasting equipment, basic audio and video engineering skills

– Must have good verbal, written and interpersonal communications

– Thorough knowledge of operation, use, installation, maintenance and repair of various production equipment

– Experience editing and creating professional video content

– Working knowledge of non-linear editing software – mainly Premiere

– Experience working in Photoshop

– Must know formats and technical requirements for online web encoding and distribution — and know how to process files for output

– Working knowledge of Adobe After Effects and basic Motion Graphics

– Interested in shooting and lighting live action, with a good eye for framing

– Ability to creatively photograph people and events

– Ability to work effectively and efficiently under deadlines

– Ability to use various tools of the trade

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