Mic is a diverse news and media company for young people. Our mission is to inform, inspire, and empower our generation to make change happen. Each month, more than 65 million young people rely on Mic to make sense of the world.
Mic is expanding its video production and is looking for a media & post-production manager to join the video team in the NYC office. The new team member will be responsible for standardizing and increasing efficiency of post-production processes across all of Mic video teams, as well as ensuring organized and searchable archiving of all video material – both raw and fully produced. The post-production manager will report to Mic’s Director of Studio & Technology.
Standardize and oversee all video post-production across multiple video teams at Mic
Development of efficient workflows for the entire post production process, from ingest to edit to export to archive
Maintenance of all Mic’s video data and assets, including ensuring proper backup and searchability through metadata tags
Coordination of different productions across multiple Mic video teams, liaising between directors, editors and producers
Work with the Director of Studio and Technology to future-proof the workflow and archival processes of the Mic Video team as it continues to expand
Research and develop new technology and systems to streamline efficiency and processes for all Mic video teams post workflow and delivery
4+ years in video editing/post-production, preferably in a supervisory role
Expert knowledge of post-production processes, including video, sound, and motion graphics editing
Familiarity with best practices in video archiving and metadata tagging
Process-oriented, extremely organized and self-motivated
Highly communicative and strong interpersonal skills
Knowledge of up-to-date video production technology and systems, including live-streaming and 4K video
Meticulous and detail oriented, with success cases of being able to showcase best practices, workflow documents, and implementation in large teams
Experience overseeing production in a real-time breaking news environment