40,000.00 — 45,000.00 per year
Wisconsin Public Television
Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) seeks a videographer to skillfully and successfully operate broadcast quality video cameras, and edit video and audio on non-linear editing systems for WPT broadcast, digital and non-broadcast productions. The successful candidate will work collaboratively as well as independently utilizing excellent creative, organizational and communication skills, and must have experience recording effective field video and audio that meets proper broadcast technical specifications in a variety of settings.
See full position description and details at: wpt.org
Experience / Skills
DEGREE AND AREA OF SPECIALIZATION
• Bachelor’s degree in film and media studies or related area preferred.
MINIMUM YEARS AND TYPE OF RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
• A minimum of 2 years of professional videography and editing experience.
• Experience recording effective field video and audio that meets proper broadcast technical specifications in a variety of settings.
• Experience editing broadcast or other professional video stories, reports or projects.
• Demonstrated ability to be self-directed, work independently and work in teams to consistently meet deadlines.
• Excellent communication skills, a desire to learn and a proactive attitude.
• Ability to work some evenings, weekends and travel overnight throughout Wisconsin as stories warrant.
• Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License required or ability to obtain one.
NOT REQUIRED BUT DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
• Familiarity with and experience operating Canon C300 camera package and full ranges of lenses.
• Audio recordist experience working in complicated sound situations (i.e.: group interviews, noisy environments,
• Skill with Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere or equivalent non-linear editing systems.
• Experience editing longer form (5-10 minutes up to an hour) reports or programs.
• Camera operator experience on live, directed, studio or location productions.
• Video storyteller, reporter, scriptwriter, interviewer or field producer experience.