-Assist in managing production elements for events at the ballpark (games and non-game events)
-Oversee the content creation and loading of content for these events, with an emphasis on non-baseball events
-Help program and operate control room equipment including the switcher, replay system, graphic machines, clips playback, cameras, audio and scoreboard systems
-Help schedule and attend all rehearsals requiring the use of the control room equipment and ballpark LED displays
-Be on-site for non-ballpark events requiring the use of the control room equipment and ballpark LED displays
-Help execute live productions as a producer, director or control room operator for events held at the ballpark (games and non-game events)
-Assist in managing relationships with third party vendors and their operators
-Participate in the selection and hiring of scoreboard operators. Day-to-day management of the operators including staffing game and non-game events, directing work, providing feedback, and general support.
-Train, teach best practices, and foster the growth and development of all scoreboard operators.
-Help develop production solutions for executing ideas, concepts and features utilizing current production staff and equipment
-Serve as the production liaison to the Ballpark Events Department
-Attend weekly Ballpark Events meetings
-Help develop production plan to execute each event's needs
-Manage the archiving and storing of digital content
-Manage content/footage requests from third parties (RSN, MLB, internal departments, etc.)
-Manage the scheduling, use and storage of field production gear (cameras, lights, audio equipment, etc.)
-Shoot, edit and create graphics as needed
Experience / Skills
Education and Experience:
-High school diploma or GED required; bachelor's degree in a relevant field preferred. Equivalent, relevant experience may be considered in lieu of formal education if approved by management.
-2-3 years of previous control room operation experience required.
-2-3 years of live production experience required.
-Previous experience programming control room equipment required.
Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA's):
-Expert knowledge in control room equipment including switcher (Ross), graphics (Ross Xpression), replay systems (EVS), clips playback (IP Director), cameras (Grass Valley, Sony, Canon), audio gear and scoreboard systems (ANC)
-Competent at producing and directing live events
-Capable at shooting, editing and creating of graphics; working knowledge of ENG, studio and DSLR cameras and the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite required.
-Ability to interact with internal departments and ballpark clients in an exciting and professional manner to achieve their goals
-Excellent written and oral communication skills; messages are clear, organized, and appropriate for the audience
-Self-motivated with a high degree of integrity; takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
-Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail
-Contributes to the team positively and professionally; collaborates and communicates well with teammates.
Physical Activities and Working Conditions:
-Must be able and willing to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays
-Must be able to lift production gear up to a maximum of 50 lbs.