INTERNAL POSTING – Only current non-temporary Auburn University and AUM employees are eligible to apply.

Auburn University Athletics is excited to begin the search for a Director of Athletics New & Creative Media! This position leads the content capture, production, and strategy surrounding revenue-generating creative video and feature content.

Essential Functions
Directs the revenue-generating post-production division within War Eagle Creative.
Manages the daily operations of a subscription-based video platform, focused on providing unique and engaging content for the enjoyment of Auburn Athletics fans and driving revenue.
Serves as the point of contact to outside companies as it relates to content licensing.
Develops and leads content strategy, direction, and management for subscription-based content.
Serves as a liaison to Auburn Sports Properties and the fulfillment of corporate sponsorships as it pertains to TV shows, including but not limited to, football and men’s basketball.
Manages interns and assigned full time employee(s) within War Eagle Creative.
Produces and creates video content for the athletic department’s various sports programs.
Trains students and staff on the use of equipment and War Eagle Creative protocols and assists in the management of post-production equipment.
Manages media assets on the War Eagle Creative server.
Exhibits a culture of collaboration between War Eagle Productions, War Eagle Creative, and Fan Experience units to maximize the experience for student athletes, fans, alumni, and students. Provides support to War Eagle Productions and Fan Experience and Community Relations units to achieve maximum output of high-level productions and engagement.
Complies with all applicable National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and Southeastern Conference (SEC) regulations in the performance of job duties.

Supervisory Responsibility
Full supervisory responsibility for other employees is a major responsibility and includes training,
evaluating, and making or recommending pay, promotion or other employment decisions.

Experience / Skills

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in communications, Radio Television and Film, Broadcast Journalism, Engineering or related field.

5 years of experience in television or video production services, preferably related to a sports program. Requires 1 year of experience supervising, leading, or mentoring full-time employees.
Minimum Skills, License, and Certifications
Minimum Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of live video and post production procedures and various communications mediums. Ability to communicate positively and effectively, verbally and in writing.
Proven ability to build and sustain positive, credible working relationships staff and internal clients. Ability to handle multiple tasks and shifting priorities.
Ability to read and comprehend complicated procedures and processes, to negotiate technical assistance and establish schedules.
Strong knowledge of broadcast operations.
Must demonstrate a belief in and a proven ability as a positive change agent.
Comprehensive understanding of various pieces of broadcast equipment such as Video switchers, Clip Servers, Replay devices etc.
Minimum Technology Skills
Minimum License and Certifications
Desired Qualifications
Desired Qualifications
Experience working in tandem for content creation with third-party production companies.
Experience in producing quick-turn sports shows for television, such as coaches shows which require production and deliverance in under 72-hours.
Experience in producing video-based podcasts.
Experience in leading content management server systems.

Salary Range $55,800 - $100,400
Job Category Athletics Support
Working Hours if Non-Traditional 7:45a - 4:45p, M-F, nights and weekends as needed