The Audio-Visual Specialist will direct/run technical aspects of webcast events, including: operate sound board(s), video switchers, and robotic cameras. When applicable, the Audio-Visual Specialist will direct camera operators and call camera shots. The incumbent in this position will record events using various recording media, operate/monitor webcasts during events. The Audio-Visual Specialist will also support technical aspects of meetings as required, including operating sounds board(s), setting up phones, setting up computers/projectors, videoconferencing, helping with PowerPoint and playing videos. The incumbent may also serve as videographer by setting up cameras and recording in a studio environment and in remote settings as needed. The Audio-Visual Specialist will also help edit video and audio footage using Final Cut Pro, help record weekly radio show.
Minimum Requirements: The successful candidate must have familiarity with how to run a video switcher, experience running soundboards, experience in composing camera shots and have a good sense of what "looks good". Experience with lighting and Microsoft PowerPoint is preferred. Experience with Final Cut Pro and Pro Tools is required. This position also requires an Undergraduate degree in a related field and six months to one year of experience in the A/V arena or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously are essential to success in this sometimes fast-paced environment. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a knowledge and interest in conservative, pro-family public policy issues, a willingness to work hard, and an enthusiasm for FRC's mission.
Work location: Washington, DC
If you are interested in being considered for this position you must submit your cover letter, resume, portfolio, and salary expectations to the Human Resources Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.