The University of Texas at Arlington is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as the Assistant Director of Creative Media. This position will assist in guiding the department’s creative video and digital strategy related to event coverage and creative content, while also collaborating with other key content developers. The primary focus of this position is supporting the needs of the department’s external operations related to revenue generation and content ideation. The individual within this role serves as a key member of the external relations team to promote UTA Athletics.
Bachelor’s degree. Two (2) years of experience in post-production, preferably in athletics or the equivalent experience. Feature & hype video editing experience. Videography experience including knowledge and understanding of cinematic camera use for promotional and internal video. Experience using non-linear editing software systems and motion graphic creation, as demonstrated in reel. Knowledge of computer/server components, both internal and external, and how they work in a controlled network setting. Knowledge of professional camera equipment and how to use them for post-production highlights. Knowledge of various post-production software, edit styles, music and how to use them to promote, inspire, motivate and education the team, staff and the general public with those videos. Knowledge and understanding of all NCAA and conference rules and regulations regarding compliance issues and film trade.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and relevant experience
Internal Number: S02838P
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