|Video Coordinator- Athletics|
Company: Missouri State University
Location: Springfield, MO
Employment Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 12/06/2021
Expire Date: 02/06/2022
Job Categories: Collegiate Faculty, Staff, Administration
Video Coordinator- Athletics |
The Video Coordinator, Athletics works with the Director, Athletics and the Assistant Director, Athletics – Communication to plan, shoot, edit, and produce all video content used by Athletics Communications and the Athletics department in support of the promotion and success of its seventeen intercollegiate athletics programs. The Video Coordinator, Athletics oversees the production, scheduling, and promotion of athletic video content for all digital platforms, including feature stories, game highlights, press conferences, interviews, and promotional content. The Video Coordinator, Athletics uses creative storytelling to create captivating and engaging content. The Video Coordinator, Athletics maintains positive working relationships with key partners such as he University, conference offices, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and other partners.
Education: A Bachelor’s degree is required.
Experience: At least one year of work experience with videography, video editing, and creating social media content is required. Experience with DSLR cameras, DSLR video cameras, and Premier Pro software is required. Two years of experience in a college sports information office is preferred.
Contact Name: Casey Hunt
Company Name: Missouri State University
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