The Maryland Judiciary's Office of Communications and Public Affairs is seeking an experienced Media Developer to join their team.
Develops and produces court-related video productions and multimedia projects for programs and educational purposes. Authors computer applications for interactive training and testing. Shoots and edits footage utilizing Canon Digital Cinema and Panasonic P2 cameras and Avid and Adobe editing software. Provides professional group, portrait and event photography and audio/visual support for the Judiciary. Conceptualizes and creates 2D and 3D motion graphics and visual effects for Judiciary projects utilizing After Effects and other multimedia software. Provides computer-based DVD authoring for projects. Sets up audiovisual equipment in support of various court-related agencies. Utilizes professional media production equipment in designing, producing and printing posters and brochure graphics. Provides graphics, photographs and designs concepts for the Judiciary’s web site. Maintains video library records for the Media Department and other court-related agencies. Converts existing media for judiciary programs and events into archived streaming web files utilizing specially designed computer systems and Windows Media producer software. Videotapes judicial projects and programs for court-related agencies and television broadcast. Performs all other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Communication Journalism, Multimedia or related field.
Level I – Two years of experience in the field of video, film production, and multimedia productions.
Level II – Three years of experience in the field of video, film production, and multimedia productions.
Proficient in the use of the following software and hardware: Adobe CS6 Production Suite, Avid editing systems, professional video and DSLR cameras and peripheral equipment. Previous network or local television ENG/EFP experience highly desired. Experience with Autodesk Maya and Avid ISIS a plus.
Knowledge of video, film and multimedia production and related software and hardware. Skilled in the use of video, film and multimedia software and hardware. Ability to develop pre-production strategies, direct cast and crew in a production environment and follow thru in post-production and distribution of a broadcast quality video project. Ability to write and edit scripts. Ability to effectively communicate ideas, and to teach individuals and groups how to use complex computer software/hardware and audiovisual equipment. Ability to be technically proficient, work independently, and to set priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to utilize constantly changing techniques, software and highly complex equipment in an effort to keep up with the state of the art, and to quickly adapt to ever increasing job responsibilities.
To apply, visit: https://careers.mdcourts.gov/psp/hrprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1034&PostingSeq=2