Website NYU-TV (New York University)
NYU-TV seeks a Video Production Administrator to join New York University’s own in-house video production department. As part of the University’s Division of Libraries, our mission is to inform, educate and entertain the global NYU community and beyond. We’re in the business of capturing, creating, and distributing exciting content through comprehensive, professional video production and post-production services for live events, studio productions, and original content. NYU-TV provides services for over 150 projects per year, and this is an excellent opportunity for someone who thrives in an ever-changing production environment. We’re looking for someone who is excited to join a highly collaborative team, has a hungry willingness to learn a lot quickly, and who seeks the rewarding experience of working in an academic environment with staff, faculty, and students.
The Video Production Administrator will oversee and coordinate logistics related to productions for NYU-TV with a strong emphasis on providing high-quality end-products and a top-of-the-line customer service experience. Production administration includes overseeing the video cycle from consultation through to final deliverables. This includes conducting frontline consultations with clients, serving as the liaison to clients and stakeholders, and displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department’s video production services in order to assess production needs, assign staff, and prioritize responsibilities as well as being present on-location as needed for facilitation. Other responsibilities include overseeing the estimates and final billing process and coordinating the schedules of full & part-time staff. Strong attention to detail, time management, customer service orientation, exceptional communication and organizational skills, and knowledge of the video production process/environment is required. An ability to gain an understanding of NYU and NYU-TV’s values, mission, and services are also essential for every aspect of the job.
This position is Monday – Friday. Some weekends, early morning or evening hours may be required based on production cycles.
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
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