Reporting to the Manager, Production Facilities, TRF, the Manager, Journalism Production Center (JPC) is responsible for the entire oversight and management of the Journalism Production Center. The Center includes a TV studio and control room, newsroom, Evolving Media Suite, edit suites, and support areas. Additionally, the Manager supervises the Assistant Manager, JPC and student staff.

Experience / Skills

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Education:
Bachelor’s Degree. Television control room and/or broadcast news experience, video production process (acquisition through post production), non-linear editing (Final Cut Pro X). Strong understanding of Mac and Windows operating systems. Personnel supervisory experience. Ability to work successfully and productively with students and able to work in a high demand and fast paced academic environment.
Bachelor’s Degree in Video/Television Production or Broadcast Journalism.

Preferred/Desirable Knowledge, Skills, and Education:
ENPS (or other newsroom computer system), Bachelor’s Degree in Video/Television Production or Broadcast Journalism.

ENPS (or other newsroom computer system), Final Cut Pro X, Control Room Automation for news, preferably Ross Overdrive, Adobe Creative Suite, Xpression Graphics Software, video acquisition and editing, knowledge of Media Asset Management, basic video/computer equipment, maintenance/repair skills, basic understanding of networking concepts, strong knowledge of audio/video system setup and base level engineering. Familiarity of control room systems, including video servers, audio board, switcher and intercom. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to keep current on the latest technology affecting the media industry.

Required Prior Work Experience:
3 – 5 years of broadcast news production or television facility operations management.

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