Assistant Producer, ACC Network

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Job Description
Virginia Tech, an NCAA Division I institution and member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), invites applications for The Assistant Producer (Coordinator), ACC Network. This position reports to the Senior Director, ACC Network Operations or the Associate Director, ACC Network, and will assist in the day-to-day execution of ACC Network/ESPN broadcasts of Virginia Tech Athletics as part of the broadcast arm of HokieVision. Through the ACC Network, HokieVision will implement content strategy that tells the stories of the Hokies with a commitment to bringing fans the best broadcast experience consistent with the branding and standards of the ACC Network/ESPN. This position will also assist with training and developing student production assistants in proper network broadcast techniques and will work to develop positive relationships with other Hokievision, ACC Network, ESPN, and Virginia Tech coaching staffs.

Required Qualifications

Significant experience with live sports events.
Has good knowledge of sports and sports history.
Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism or related field
Working knowledge of broadcast equipment and network broadcasting consistent with ESPN branding and standards.
Working knowledge of video editing equipment such as Adobe Premiere or AVID Media Composer.
Experience using Adobe's Creative Suite.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and time management skills.
Ability to work extended hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to travel for athletic event coverage.
Exemplary work ethic, attention to detail, positive attitude, and excellent written and oral communication skills.
Successful clearance of a conviction and driver's license check.
Ability to assist managing, mentoring, and training student interns and freelancers.
Ability to shoot highlights and flexibility to travel to cover athletic contests.

Preferred Qualifications

Extensive knowledge and experience with Evertz Dreamcatcher and its use in live broadcast production consistent with ESPN standards.
Experience with ESPN and/or live sports broadcast production at a Power 5 institution.
Experience in a lead producing role in live sports production.
Experience training students in a live sports broadcast setting.
Working knowledge and experience working within a broadcast crew in various roles (technical directing, graphics, replay operation, camera operation, audio, etc).
Experience with ESPN broadcast elements (graphics packages, animation and tape elements).
Working knowledge of specific Control Room equipment including but not limited to: Ross Acuity and Carbonite Switchers, Ross Xpression, Evertz Dreamcatcher replay systems, and CatDV Workflow.
Strong creativity and storytelling skills.
Producing and/or directing experience in live broadcasting setting.
Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite.
Experience with Microsoft Office programs, including Excel.
Prior experience in Division I athletics department or similar venue using video boards, broadcasting, and video editing.
Knowledge of sound mixers and lighting equipment.
Ability to work cooperatively with others as part of a team.

Internal Number: 510505