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  • 05/09/2014 10:00 PM | Deleted user
    Alternate job title: Network Engineer, Broadcast and AV Systems

    Help design & maintain a broadcast/AV IT Infrastructure!
    Worksite location and Zip Code: Washington, DC 20431
    Job Description

    OMNITEC Solutions (http://www.omnitecinc.com) has an immediate employment opportunity for an Audio/Visual IT Engineer (Senior Network/Senior Communications Engineer) to help monitor the design and build out of a new network infrastructure supporting a broadcasting and audiovisual production facility. 

    We are looking for a SME/Subject Matter Expert with specific experience building out robust platforms designed for high-end/high volume AV and Broadcast Engineering needs. If you have helped build out IT networks for large scale broadcast or AV facilities, we'd like to speak with you!

    Our client is actively engaged in a building-wide renovation, which includes a new IP-based audiovisual system. This position will provide for the evaluation of design efforts for new systems, assist in the implementation plans for replacement of outdated systems and provide overall system administration at the completion of the upgrade.

    This infrastructure will provide the transport mechanism for audio, video and control signals throughout the building. Recognizing these specific broadcast and AV systems will have unique transport requirements on top of/in addition to current organizational needs, this Engineer will also function as a "Liaison" between all client domains during the planning, installation and operation phases of this new infrastructure. Once complete this individual will provide on-going network system administration to ensure end-user AV and Broadcasting needs are being met, that the system is scaled for growth and expansion of operational requirements, that system upgrades are identified and recommended for implementation, and the system remains operational to support the demands of the AV and Broadcasting operations. 

    The Audio/Visual IT Engineer shall participate in discussions and meetings between the AV design team, the client IT and Network team, and the End-User representatives to provide guidance and advice on key network characteristics.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    The individual shall have a broad IT networking background with a working understanding of broadcast/AV operations as they relate to the various aspects of IT. This will include a thorough understanding of operating systems, software updates and patching, network security, network protocols, router configuration, Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Protection Systems, firewalls, and vulnerability mitigation. 

    The individual should also possess experience in Audio-Visual (AV) design, and maintaining or managing networked AV systems, and should understand networked-based AV transmission protocols. The candidate shall develop and provide alternative solutions and technology plans consistent with the transport of broadcast data over IT networks. This person will ensure a solid understanding of the clients broadcast mission is consistently represented.  

    Detailed Job duties include: 

    1. Works closely with the Senior Systems Engineer and associated IT Department personnel to ensure that audiovisual systems function correctly. Provides technical expertise in the field of audiovisual and videoconference systems, encompassing all related disciplines such as operational system support, troubleshooting, monitoring, performance tuning, and documentation;

    2. Catalogs and maintains the online database of AV equipment inventory. Maintains system documentation and service manuals related to installation work for diagnostic reference, repairs, and future upgrades. Creates and communicates signal flow diagrams and technical drawings;

    3. Monitors service level indicators of equipment using both traditional and online tools and provides guidance for those working with the equipment on a daily basis; 

    4. Evaluates equipment condition and usability and recommends lifecycle replacement. Recommends upgrades to infrastructure, including replacement of systems and equipment to meet service level agreements.

    5. Installs, repairs, tests and troubleshoots equipment as needed, in order to keep systems functional. Coordinates and manages the repair of equipment with outside service personnel and authorized manufacturer service centers.

    6. Assists Senior Systems Engineer in training AV technical staff on system(s) setup, operation, basic troubleshooting, equipment features and other related technical matters; 

    7. Occasionally performs duties outside of regular business hours, evenings and sometimes weekends as workload demands. Maintains the control, video distribution and specialized network infrastructure in support of video production, broadcast and interactive media;

    8. Analyzes and rectifies technical faults on equipment, networks and systems. Minimizes loss of service by rapidly identifying and implementing alternative methods of service provision;

    9. Troubleshoots and repairs IT-based hardware, software and network technology systems that provide broadcast and AV service. Works with the in-house IT department on common network interfaces across the enterprise. Assists with IT security to ensure compliance or risk mitigation. 
    Required Skills
    1. BSEE preferred with a minimum of 5 years related engineering work experience; or ten or more years work experience with a combination of specialized training in the broadcast and IT systems. CTS certification highly desirable.

    2. Strong knowledge of state-of-the industry audiovisual, videoconference, and simultaneous interpretation systems, equipment, tools, standards, and procedures used in first class conference centers. Tools should include cameras, mixers, monitors, digital asset management systems, digital video signal routing and processing, and editing systems. Ability to read schematics and signal flow diagrams. Familiarity with operation/setup/troubleshooting of Crestron and /or AMX control systems.

    3. Knowledge of Microsoft Exchange and Group Policy, Active Directory & enterprise management strategies. Familiarity with RTMP, H.264, Flash, Silverlight and related protocols. Experience configuring multi-cast and unicast protocols. Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills.

    4. Desirable certifications include: Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE); Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA); Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

    5. Strong computer skills in a Windows environment with standard MS Office applications and the 
    ability to learn other specialized software; 

    6. Proficient in cable termination techniques and standards to include but not limited to coax, UTP, serial, analog audio etc. Understanding of LAN/WAN hardware and software for switches, hubs, routers, bridges, modems, multiplexors, and point-to-point data circuits via copper and fiber for audio and video.

    7. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, to include the ability to interface directly with customers and resolve complex service problems, with work experience in a multicultural environment a huge plus. Good writing and documentation skills also required.

    8. Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize, manage, evaluate, and schedule work in a busy environment. Demonstrated ability to work independently.
    Additional Helpful Skills
    - Crestron Control Systems experience preferred; 
    - CTS I or D Certifications are also highly desirable; 
    - the ability to obtain a security clearance is helpful as potential cross-program employment opportunities on project teams supporting other federal and/or DOD clients are part of our career development opportunities.

    To apply for this job, please forward your resume to Nick Abid via Employment@omnitecinc.com

    OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

  • 05/09/2014 9:58 PM | Deleted user
    Alternate Job title: Corporate Broadcast Analyst, Multimedia Services

    Full life cycle Webcasting and Video Production for a very large and diverse enterprise!
    Worksite location and Zip Code: Washington, DC, 20431
    Job Description
    OMNITEC Solutions (http://www.omnitecinc.com) has an immediate employment opportunity for a Webcasting Operations Producer to oversee delivery of exceptional broadcast and webcast technology services to a sophisticated clientele in a fast-paced, rapidly changing international business environment, with emphasis on client and end user satisfaction.

    This professional will truly have a hybrid skill base!
    Duties and Responsibilities
    1. Plans, directs, coordinates, and manages operational activities across multiple departments for the effective delivery of our clients’ webcasts and video productions, with emphasis on client and viewer satisfaction.

    2. Acts as the main client point of contact for all webcast and video production activities to define their overall and specific webcast and video production requirements. Manages and coordinates the overall webcast and video production operational activities including: project review and scheduling; creative and production consulting; audio and video quality control; metadata accuracy; presentation quality and end user experience quality control; on-demand library management; and resolving equipment-related issues. The webcast and video production equipment and processes include simultaneous interpretation systems; multi-format video acquisition; sound reinforcement; audio and video recording/playback; video and audio editing; AV routing/switching systems; webcasting/encoding; and live and prerecorded broadcast quality video production for in-house and special events.

    3. Lead operator and administrator of the centralized digital workflow systems for webcasting including centralized ingest servers, shared editing systems, centralized storage arrays, LTO archive system, centralized transcode system, centralized graphics creation and play-out systems and data asset management system. Creates, prepares and inserts bugs, lower thirds, titles, and credits for live webcast programming. Edits in bugs, lower thirds, titles, and credits on Video on Demand archives.

    4. Develops, proposes, and implements an annual administrative and equipment budget for webcast and video production equipment and systems.

    5. Develops, implements, and documents streamlined processes and systems, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and a quality assurance program for improvement of webcast and video production functions as a whole. Implements a customer feedback process to determine success rate of webcast operations, and provides recommendations for improving workflow processes and on-demand archive access. Captures, analyzes, and maintains webcast analytics to improve viewership and out-reach results.

    6. Required to perform duties when necessary during extended hours, and occasionally for special events during evenings and weekends.

    7. Other duties as assigned.
    Required Skills
    1. An undergraduate degree in communication studies/television/film/broadcasting or a related technical field is preferred, with eight to ten years of professional level experience in high-level corporate broadcast and audiovisual systems, webcast operations management, and broadcast, audio, and video production. Experience with live webcast production, encoding, streaming, storage, and asset management of archives required.

    2. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with proven ability to coordinate the efforts of various departments including audio/visual, facilities, and IT, and formulate valid solutions to workflow problems, analyze work requirements, and develop principal and alternative action plans. Strong ability to develop and maintain functional and multicultural working relationships across many departments, with experience in conflict resolution essential.

    3. Working knowledge of modern digital video and audio systems, with an emphasis on encoding/transcoding and web-streaming work practices and technologies. Advanced knowledge of IP technology also required. Proficient in the use of non-linear editing systems, specifically Final Cut Pro, Premiere CS and Avid Media Composer. Experience using Mac computers and the latest operating systems is s a big plus. Strong graphical skills with knowledge of After Effects, PhotoShop, Illustrator and other graphics programs.

    4. Solid project management skills and experience with cross-team collaboration/facilitation. This includes production expertise and experience (concept notes, storyboarding and script writing).

    5. Strong computer skills in a Windows environment with standard MS Office applications and the ability to learn other specialized software. Knowledge in DVD authoring software.

    6. Ability to direct multi-camera studio based productions.
    Additional Helpful Skills

    The ability to obtain a security clearance is helpful as potential cross-program employment opportunities on project teams supporting other federal and/or DOD clients are part of our career development opportunities.

    To apply for this job, please forward your resume to Nick Abid via Employment@omnitecinc.com

    OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

  • 05/02/2014 9:09 AM | Deleted user

    The School of Communication (SOC) at American University is seeking to fill several full-time, one-year teaching positions at the minimum rank of Instructor beginning in Fall 2014.

    Public Communication: Five One-Year Terminal Lines


    Strategic communication is at the heart of our economy, society, and politics. It’s a field built on ideas and images, persuasion and information, strategy and tactics, and grounded in theory and research. We are looking for instructors who have a strong background in teaching one or more of the following areas: communication theory, qualitative and quantitative research methods, strategic communication writing, principles of strategic communication, and public relations. A proven record of professional experience in at least one of the following is desired: public relations, strategic communication, public opinion or audience research, political communication, social media and/or social marketing. A master’s degree is required; a PhD is preferred as is previous college-level teaching experience. Candidates with experience teaching online courses are especially encouraged to apply.


    The position has a 3-3 teaching load, and may include undergraduate and graduate professional courses offered during the week, in the evening, on weekends, or online. The successful candidates must be able to teach General Education courses, such as Understanding Media. All faculty are expected to hold office hours and participate in School and University activities and service.

    Journalism: Two One-Year Terminal Lines


    Candidates should have five years or more of professional journalism experience and college teaching experience. A master’s degree is required; a PhD is preferred. Instructors should have experience in contemporary journalism practices and be able to teach basic reporting skills courses as well as media studies courses. The successful candidates will have skills in one of the following areas: Capitol Hill coverage, multimedia storytelling, media law, Web design, data reporting, and nonlinear audio and video editing.


    The position has a 3-3 course teaching load, and may include undergraduate and graduate professional courses offered during the week, in the evenings, and on weekends. Depending on background and qualifications, the position also might entail teaching media studies and general education classes. All faculty are expected to hold office hours and participate in School and University activities and service.

    Film and Media Arts: One One-Year Position


    Candidates should have several years of professional experience; college teaching experience is preferred. A master’s degree is required; an MFA is preferred. Candidates with expertise and experience in teaching Visual Literacy will be given preference.


    The position is a 3-3 course teaching load, and will include as many as two sections of Visual Literacy per semester. Visual Literacy is a required course for all Film and Media Arts majors as well as a General Education course for non-majors. Depending on background and qualifications, the successful candidate also could be assigned to teach other undergraduate or graduate courses offered during the week, in the evenings, or on weekends in Film & Video Production, Writing for Visual Media, Basic Photography and/or Digital Imaging. All faculty are expected to hold office hours and participate in School and University activities and service.

    Application Materials

    Inquiries: bourgabt@american.edu

    Salary Information:  Salary is competitive and dependent upon qualifications and experience.

    To Apply:  Email your letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references in one PDF document to: bourgabt@american.edu. Please specify which position you are applying for.

    Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin May 1; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The School of Communication has 1,000 undergraduate and 350 graduate students and offers a broad range of undergraduate, graduate and non-degree programs. The School’s talented and engaged faculty draws from both scholarly and professional backgrounds. For more about the School of Communication, please visit www.american.edu/soc. Women and minority candidates are particularly invited to apply. American University is an Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. American University is a tobacco and smoke free campus.  

  • 04/16/2014 4:02 PM | Deleted user
    Production Operations Coordinator / Senior Production Technician


    This position is responsible for the technical aspects of MCT’s productions throughout the production process. Responsible for all technical aspects required to successfully complete all assigned post-production projects. Act as company Technical Director and Senior Videographer on productions.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities

    •Direct Technical activities in specified on and off site switched productions and all other technical positions as needed. 

    •Works with Production Coordinator and Production Manager in evaluating and supervising Production Technicians.

    •Effectively utilize time to enable quicker, more productive productions which results in completing projects ahead of time, allowing for more programs to be produced.

    •Responsible for field producing, shooting interviews and B-roll as assigned.

    •Responsible for editing programs, PSA’s and promo’s for air and online content.

    •Responsible for creating and editing graphics for program content and print materials.

    •Regularly submit reports on all productions, production itineraries, etc.

    •Assist Production Coordinator and Production Manager with the development and implementation of production procedures and training guidelines for Production Technicians and interns.

    •Provide communication and coordination on combined projects with PEG Network personnel

    Other Duties

    •Assumes other responsibilities as assigned.


    •Bachelor’s degree in Film and Television Production. Communication or Public Administration or related bachelor’s degree also may apply. Adequate work experience may substitute for education requirement.

    •Commitment to community media, Public, Education, and Government (PEG) access cable television, first amendment rights and public interest telecommunications.

    •Demonstrated experience in working with production and technical teams.

    •Experience in studio technical positions (TD, CG, Audio, Cam) desired.

    •Position requires one year of digital post-production experience using Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator.

    •Position requires two years of production experience with an emphasis on EFP, ENG and studio style production. Including but not limited to handheld camera work and multi-cam productions.

    •Experience directing and the ability to coordinate production crew(s) essential.

    •One year of supervisory experience.

    •Must be familiar with broadcast and industrial video production equipment and have a strong working knowledge of analog and digital formats.

    •Must be familiar with and possess advanced computer skills including reading waveform monitors.

    •Must be familiar and possess advanced technical skills including directing, camera-work, lighting, and editing



    Debbie Billings

  • 04/07/2014 5:31 PM | William R Coughlan (Administrator)
    For more details or to apply for this position, please visit https://corporate-advisory.icims.com/jobs/8056/video-producer/job

    About the role:
    As a member of our in-house creative video team, you will help bring to life our firm impact stories and products, and come up with new ways to engage, educate and inspire our health care and higher education members (and future members) who engage with our content and products on a daily basis. Through video you will make it easier for us to explain our unique products and offerings. Video may be the output, but we’re searching for a storyteller at heart, one who creates rich, inspiring stories.

    Ideal qualities:
    Your approach to narrative equally informs and delights. You have an organized mind that bursts with creativity and possesses a relentless drive to create the best possible work. You are a team player, but have the skills to take a video from start to finish on your own if required. And if you care a lot about the future of health care and higher education in this country, that’s a bonus!

    • Produce, film and edit videos and motion graphics to support content team and marketing team needs (best practices, case studies, client testimonials, research and insight), incorporating client expertise into creative and effective video concepts.
    • Writes, either individually or as a member of a team, and edits scripts for video and audio productions.
    • Innovate to push the boundaries of telling short stories.
    • Collaborate with members of the video, content and marketing teams to come up with new ideas.
    • Link to a portfolio of videos you’ve created and/or worked on that inspire, educate, and delight.
    • Strong ability to script, storyboard, and plan shot sequences.
    • Proven understanding of best practices and tools used in video production and asset management.
    • Strong motion graphics and title design expertise with an acute eye for detail.
    • Solid foundation in Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop.
    • Strong visual skills, including an eye for good lighting, shot composition, and use of color.
    • Ability to multi-task, prioritize projects, and communicate progress and expected milestones.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Hustle, drive, and the willingness to push the best possible result.
    • Humble, honest, and a fun team-player.

    Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
    • May be required to carry equipment weighing over 30 pounds for extended periods of time.
    • May be required to transport and assemble various video and audio equipment on location.

    Basic Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in film study at an accredited institution or comparable practical experience.
    • Demonstrated understanding of best practices and tools used in video production and asset management
    • Motion graphics and title design expertise
    • Experience with Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop.

    Ideal Qualifications:
    • Willingness to travel up to XX%
    • Strong written and oral communication skills
    • Demonstrated ability in managing multiple, competing priorities

    The Advisory Board Company is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability.

    For more details or to apply for this position, please visit https://corporate-advisory.icims.com/jobs/8056/video-producer/job
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