I. Summary: Manages and operates TBA webcasting production, plans and provides audio/visual services and provides front-line support for users of TBA computer network.
II. Essential Job Duties
A. Manages and operates TBA webcasting studio
1. Plans for, purchases, installs and/or integrates webcasting and audio/visual equipment.
2. Manages studio and audio/visual resources for maintenance to avoid priority conflicts and cost overruns.
3. Works with video platform provider and customers to resolve online video streaming issues.
4. Trains staff involved in productions to ensure high-quality products.
5. Explores new technologies and opportunities to grow the program.
B. Plans and provides audio/visual services
1. Understands basic audio/video production and can plan and produce live or taped programming.
2. Sets up audio/visual equipment for all TBA functions (onsite and outside of the office); coordinates equipment set-up with hotel or other venue staff if not present; coordinates TBA and venue provided technology.
3. Operates audio/visual recording equipment for recording or webcasting TBA productions.
4. Performs audio/visual editing for TBA productions.
C. Produces Webcasts
- Sets up cameras, microphones, and webcasting recording equipment.
- Briefs speakers on webcasting procedures and equipment use.
- Enters information into computer so that viewers can download displayed materials.
- Monitors A/V levels during webcast and adjusts as appropriate.
- Troubleshoots live webcast problems.
III. Other Job Duties
Performs other job duties as assigned, including:
- Assists in ensuring that the TBA meeting facilities are properly set up and supplied for various TBA and member meetings as needed, including set up of projectors and computers; helps breakdown after event.
- Completes other projects and duties as assigned.
IV. Critical Competencies
Proficiency in the following competencies is required for distinguished performance in this position:\
- Ability to work independently
- Attention to detail
- Knowledge of audio/visual editing software and equipment
- Knowledge of webcasting hardware, software and processes
- Mechanical aptitude
- Familiarity with different desktop and laptop computers, mobile devices, and browsers.
- Knowledge of Mac OSX Server operating system.
- Ability to plan and setup audio/visual equipment for events.
- Customer service\
V. Equipment Operated
Telephone, computer network, projectors, video camera, tape recorder, printer, photocopier, calculator and various hand tools
VI. Physical Requirements and Work Environment
The incumbent works in an office environment. Lifting and hauling A/V equipment is required. Occasional overnight travel is required.
Education and Experience: The required knowledge, skill, and abilities to satisfactorily perform job duties are normally acquired through attainment of a bachelor’s degree in media, video production or related technical discipline and a minimum of two years of video/audio production and editing experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.