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KBYU Eleven EmploymentFull-Time employment positions at KBYU Eleven, a service of BYU Broadcasting, are hired through the faculty, staff, and administrative employment office of the human resource services at Brigham Young University.

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Full-Time Position Listings
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Full-Time Employment Application Process
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Full-Time Position Update

Senior Video Content Editor

Listing #1
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 yjobs.byu.edu. **

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 yjobs.byu.edu. **

Full-Time Application Questions
Please direct additional questions regarding full-time employment at Brigham Young University to:

Employment Services Staff and Administration
Brigham Young University
D-70 ASB, Provo, UT 84602
Phone: 801-422-3563
Fax: 801-422-0209
E-mail: staff_employment@byu.edu