Digital Production Coordinator
Digital Production Coordinator
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Digital Production Coordinator for financial entity
The Digital Production Coordinator is responsible for directing, shooting, editing and producing creative and engaging, on-brand videos for company’s internal stakeholders, programs and initiatives. The Digital Production Coordinator will embrace the the mission statement and core values. The Digital Production Coordinator should be adept at storytelling through digital mediums. Their work should capture the attention of those who see it and communicate the right message, maintain consistent attention to detail and be able to prioritize and manage their time in a fast-paced atmosphere where there are often impromptu requests and competing deadlines.
Remote Work Capable, up to 2 days per week with flexible working arrangement agreement and supervisor approval.
Content creation: 50% of time
- Participate in communications and development team meetings.
- Assist with planning and developing pre-production ideas into outlines, scripts, story boards and graphics, using specifications of assignments.
- Apply story development, directing, cinematography and editing to animation (via Vyond – online animated program) and map out key scenes and characters.
- Contribute creative ideas while keeping company's brand, culture and core values in mind. Support various internal teams in creating educational and engaging content.
Production / Editing: 30% of time
- Responsible for scheduling/planning from pre-production through shoot date, with clear client communication.
- Prepares video production set by transporting equipment and supplies to location; positioning people, props and equipment; adjusting lighting; placing teleprompter and microphones.
- Reserve audio-visual equipment and facilities, such as meeting rooms. Give technical directions to other personnel during filming.
- Edit captured videos using a variety of licensed software, depending on what needs to be edited. Input music, dialogue, graphics and effects to various pieces.
- Compress, digitize, duplicate and store audio and video data.
- Responsible for making sure final product is client/viewer ready with a strong attention to detail.
Equipment Maintenance: 10% of time
- Ensures video equipment operation by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and technologies; conducting tests; training users; issuing equipment.
- Notify supervisors when new equipment/software is needed, work stoppage occurs or when major equipment repairs are necessary.
Professional development: 10% of time
- Improve videography job knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies.
- Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry’s best practices to
- maximize efficiency.
Required for All Jobs
- Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite of products (Word/Excel/Outlook).
- Other Duties as Required: To ensure that emerging or unexpected member/organizational needs are appropriately addressed in a timely fashion.
- Attendance/fulfillment of duties: Since collaboration with members and/or colleagues is essential to the completion of assigned duties, adherence to your assigned work schedule is required. Failure to meet the expectations and standards for this position may result in corrective action in accordance with the schedule outlined in the employee handbook.
- Data governance helps to ensure that data is usable, accessible, and protected. If you are designated as a Data Custodian, Data Steward, or Data Owner, you are subject to the additional duties outlined in the employee handbook as part of your essential job duties.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Bachelor's Degree in Videography, Cinematography, Digital Media, Public Relations, Marketing, or related discipline. (preferred)
1+ years’ experience in videography or related field- REQUIRED
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Able to proficiently operate all necessary equipment in the process of video production from ideating and filming to editing final product.
- Able to assist in maintaining, evaluating, repairing and recommending equipment when needed.
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
- Must be able to work efficiently under time constraints while still delivering a polished story/final product.
- Should have a creative mind and storytelling skills.
- Able to manage workflows while coordinating with project teams and management on schedules, requirements, goals and assignments as needed.
- Possess an engaging writing style, creativity and excellent attention to detail.
- Able to think strategically and work collaboratively with multiple teams.
- Willing to take direction if and when needed, but also work independently.
- Able to effectively manage relationships, both internally and externally.
- Able to respond positively to customer and peer criticism and feedback.
- Basic knowledge of video requirements for various online platforms.
- Exceptional time management skills.
- Strong problem-solving skills.
- (Preferred) Experience using animated video software, such as Vyond.
- (Preferred) Project management experience.
- (Required) Experience using video editing software such as After Effects, Adobe Premier Pro, and Final Cut Pro.
Licenses and Certifications
Valid Driver’s license
Drug screening required
Length: 3-6 months, with potential to turn into contract-to-direct
Pay: $20.75-$27.24 depending upon experience
Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm