In order to be considered for this position, a link to your reel or portfolio MUST be included in your resume or cover letter.

The Instructional Media Producer performs a full range of professional video and photo production content aimed toward teaching users how to understand and work with Appian -- either technically or conceptually. A successful candidate must be able to plan and facilitate studio and field-based video production, including the planning, shooting, editing, sound mixing, graphic design animation, and compression output.

Responsibilities

  • Manage, maintain, and operate company’s video production assets
  • Pre-Production 
    • Plans and performs video pre-production tasks which includes team brainstorming, creative script writing, assistance with storyboarding, location scouting, and talent selection.
  • Studio Production
    • Produces a variety of videos for online use; plans and directs assigned studio productions; oversees operation of small multi-camera studio, cameras, and audio equipment; sets up and adjusts studio lighting equipment including fixed and portable production lights; adjusts audio equipment including assorted lavalier, cardioid and shotgun microphones; prepares b-roll footage for inclusion in productions; provides troubleshooting of video, audio and lighting equipment; performs routine equipment maintenance; makes recommendations to department for software and equipment purchases.
  • Field Production
    • conducts field-based video production which involves interacting talent and operating all portable video and audio equipment; transports and sets up lighting and audio equipment as required; provides troubleshooting and maintenance of field production equipment.
  • Post-Production
    • Performs video post-production tasks, which include reviewing footage, making editorial decisions, rough cuts, audio adjustments, color correction, and final editing.
    • Utilizes computer graphics and special effects for video post-production in accordance with the overall production concepts; compresses video projects for output; captures recorded video using software and encode media as appropriate; makes video products available in a variety of formats.
  • Must be able to work with a variety of content developers, software instructors, and SMEs to translate complex technical concepts into effective visual adaptation
  • Support other forms of visual content like graphical teaching aids, slide decks, and reference guides
  • Support Learning Management System (LMS), which includes administration and distribution of content to audiences
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with individuals and groups, meet deadlines, and balance responsibilities for multiple projects at once
  • Basic knowledge in design and layouts

 

Preferred Experience Level

  • 1-3 years of relevant experience in video and media production.
  • Knowledge of computer operations including standard software applications and general knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite - primarily Premiere Pro, AfterEffects, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the media production equipment- DSLRs, stabilizers, audio recorders, and lighting

 

Education

B.S. in Media Productions, Film Editing, Digital Media, Graphic Design  Computer Science or related field/degree.


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