Production Coordinator, Community Programming – Westman Communications

WESTMAN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP is seeking applications from energetic, highly motivated individuals to become part of our team in our Community Programming Department, WCGtv. Westman is a successful, fast-paced, and dynamic organization, with a positive, team-oriented work environment. Leverage your knowledge with a local technology leader.

What you’ll do:
• Coordinate all WCGtv studio productions and mobile productions as
• Prepare content to air on WCGtv
• Manage studio bookings, regional editing suites, and production
• Develop and maintain a certification program for volunteers
• Create and facilitate technical workshops on equipment and production
• Maintain production equipment

What you’ll bring to the team:
• Two-year diploma or certificate in video production or broadcast arts
• 1 year’s experience in video camera & editing, studio production,
character generator and computer graphics
• Some production or related systems and administrative support
experience preferred
• Experience working in a radio or television station would be considered
an asset
• Detail orientated with strong verbal, presentation, and written
communication skills
• Ability to problem solve; responsive and flexible to evolving
responsibilities and changing environments
• Be a demonstrated self-starter that works well within a highly
collaborative, multi-disciplinary team
• Day, evening, and weekend shifts will be required
• Must hold a valid driver’s license and have a willingness to travel

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: NOON on Wednesday, September 01, 2021.

Apply today to join our team and start your exciting career journey with us!

As an equal-opportunity employer, we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. While we thank each applicant for their interest, only selected candidates will be contacted.

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