Digital Media Producer
The digital media producer is responsible for planning, producing and editing custom content (including videos, GIFs, GIF stickers, and other graphic content) for social and online media channels maintained by University Communications and Duke in DC. This role serves as both a content creator and editor, and as a project manager/producer for videos and other content developed specifically for social and digital channels.
The network of communicators at Duke is several hundred strong, and this position interacts with colleagues across the university as well as those at peer universities to stay informed of developments and opportunities in digital communications and to incorporate new practices to increase the effectiveness of Duke’s communications activities.
Content Planning, Production and Editing
- Works with colleagues to identify and select stories for development and appropriate formats for presenting stories and research developments.
- Collaborates with the university’s digital team to ensure consistency across graphics for Duke channels, share best practices and new approaches, select appropriate formats for Duke content, and ensure materials are consistent with Duke brand standards.
- Develops storyboards, scripts, and interview questions.
- Conducts interviews and other background research to inform the content creation process.
- Sets up equipment, sound and lighting for filming and photography.
- Captures video, sound, and still photography in a variety of settings.
- Creates motion graphics, still graphics and other assets for digital and social media channels.
- Edits video, photo, audio and graphic assets into polished final products.
- Ensures that content is appropriately captioned and meets Duke’s requirements for accessibility.
Content Distribution and Promotion
- Posts videos to YouTube
- Assists Director of Content Strategy with oversight and management of the Duke University YouTube channel
- Coordinates with Social and Digital Media Strategist to distribute content via the university’s social media channels
- Collaborates with colleagues throughout Duke to share content for possible distribution via other channels
- Selects and secures appropriate locations for filming and other production needs
- Schedules filming and other content gathering
This position includes work that at times takes place after “standard” office hours and on weekends.
Other duties as assigned:
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified.
Bachelor’s degree in film production, graphic design, communications or a related field.
This work generally requires one year of related experience in advertising, marketing, media, or video production.
OR ANY OTHER EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
A demonstrated ability to craft compelling stories for presentation through a variety of formats. Creative vision, strong storytelling skills, and excellent production and editing abilities. The ability to work productively in a fast-paced, diverse and dynamic environment. A demonstrated interest in and enthusiasm for higher education is preferred.
A portfolio that demonstrates motion graphics design and video production experience is required (when applying, please include a link to your portfolio or samples of work).
- Adobe After Effects or Motion
- Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro X
- Adobe Photoshop
Video editing skills:
- Motion graphics design/animation
- Greenscreen keying
- Sound correction
- Color correction
- Formats & encoding for web & other platforms
- Video/audio syncing in post-production
Video shooting skills:
- DSLR shooting
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Work requires analytical, communications and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor's degree program.
Work requires one year of experience in program administration or involving academic, instructional or counseling activities to acquire skills necessary to plan, coordinate and implement a variety of program activities and events.
OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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