JOB NUMBER: 13-036-1710
CLOSING DATE: June 14, 2013 - 1:00 p.m. CST
STARTING SALARY RANGE: $29,739 – $33,457 annually,
plus excellent benefits
POSITION TITLE: Video Production Technician
The Video Production Technician performs video production duties for
TexasBarCLE and other entities of the State Bar. The individual
works under and is supervised by the Director of Video Production.
- Provides videotaping services and audio-visual support at
seminars and other events. Job duties require extensive travel
including; driving and/or riding in a van to and from events, occasional
air travel to and from events, loading and unloading of equipment,
overnight stays in hotels and working overtime.
- Participates in other aspects of video and audio programming,
including DVD authoring, DVD/tape duplicating, labeling, lighting,
camera operating, etc.
- Helps with supplies and maintenance of equipment and studio.
- Performs other duties as required.
Requires a Bachelor degree in Radio-Television-Film (or related field)
or a minimum of 3 years professional video production experience.
Requires a valid Texas driver's license and an acceptable driving
record. Must be able to comprehend information audibly and visually in
order to perform assigned responsibilities. Must be able to
communicate effectively on the telephone, in person, and in written
form. Must be physically able to load, unload, and set up
production equipment and sets. Required activities may include
driving a van, climbing on ladders, crawling, bending, standing or
sitting quietly for long periods of time, and lifting up to 50
pounds. Must be able to travel up to 40% of the time in
performance of the above responsibilities. Must have a working
knowledge of audio-visual and video production equipment and software
such as: video cameras, LCD projectors, tape/DVD recorders, audio
mixers, monitors, PowerPoint, editing software, etc.
Must submit a State Bar Application. Applicants may also
provide a “demo reel” of academic and/or professional
production experience with application. An online link to the
video is preferred, or if not possible, a DVD may be mailed. DVDs will
not be returned. Demo must include
information explaining how applicant contributed to each sample of
work. Examples: directed, audio, camera operator, edited, created