Graphic / Video / Multi-Media Design: Audio/Video Editing and Production
AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION COORDINATOR - Ted Constant Convocation Center (Norfolk, VA)
Summary: This position will manage the A/V department at the Constant Center from all standpoints; staffing events, producing graphics and visual elements, and overseeing the maintenance of equipment in the control room. Ideal candidate is a recent college graduate with intern experience with a Pro or College sport team.
Oversee the Constant Center’s new 2 million dollar Daktronics video displays including 6mm center-hung video boards, LED rings, video courtside tables, video vom signage and outdoor marquee.
Co-Produce (with ODU Athletics) the Audio/Video Program for all Old Dominion University Men’s and Women’s Basketball home games at the Ted Constant Convocation Center and football at S.B. Ballard Stadium.
Produce all non-basketball events including events in the Multi-Use Room.
Set-up all audio needs for events in the Arena and Multi-Use Room.
Oversee a part-time staff of 8-10 per event including: camera crew (3-5), audio tech (1), director (1), replay (1), graphics (2).
Creating, editing and production of all graphics and all features, commercials, promotional spots, etc.
Point of contact for Van Wagner Big Screen Network Productions content contract.
Contract and service agreement oversight including Daktronics service agreement and Onyx audio system.
Work with Marketing Department to produce tags on all commercial spots
In-Game responsibilities include performing as the Technical Director / Producer.
Produce/Edit in-house video/audio production, which may include team highlight video, marketing tapes, PR tapes, television commercials, etc.
Oversee Engineering of the video screen, matrix and audio system.
Maintain video equipment and control room.
1-3 years of live video and/or sports production experience.
1-3 years of ENG video production.
1-3 years of graphics and editing.
Excellent knowledge of basketball and football.
Technical aptitude, including good troubleshooting abilities.
BA/BS or equivalent degree in video and television production.
Must be able to work long hours including weekends and holidays.