- Project Type: Industry
- Pay Status: Paid
- Location: Austin
- Start Date: Monday, September 20, 2021
- Video Production Manager
FloSports is seeking an energetic and motivated Video Production Manager to support their video production team. The Video Production Manager would be in charge of seeing video projects through from concept development to post-production & delivery.
- Report to and work with the Video Production Directors on day-to-day operations of the video department
- Manage and oversee video pre-production planning, budgeting, scheduling, travel planning, for event and documentary projects
- Deliver high quality product on time and within budget
- Anticipate and respond to needs and requests from video department
- Supervise additional staff during video production
- Ensure all projects are on schedule
- Identify best practices for video and evolve daily operations as necessary
- Oversee video collection to ensure all media is archived appropriately and can be readily obtained
- Manage the purchasing of video production gear and ensure all team members are equipped with necessary items for projects.
- Manage and oversee in-studio productions.
- A minimum of 5 years experience as a video production manager at a major media company
- Knowledge of shooting and editing videos
- Demonstrated skill with video editing software platforms, specifically proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and Final Cut Pro X
- Extensive knowledge of video production equipment
- Experience with live streaming is a plus
- Excellent organization, planning, and communication skills
- A collaborative mindset and ability to work with varying and changing needs
- Ability to work independently
- Ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously and meet deadlines
- Ability to operate and carry camera equipment (up to 25 lbs)
- Ability to work nights, weekends, and potentially holidays as required
As with any workplace, the film and television industries can present a wide range of potential occupational health and safety hazards to workers. The Texas Film Commission expects all productions, regardless of budget to employ best practices such as establishing a workplace harassment prevention policy as well as maintaining overall industry safety standards in order to encourage and accomplish safety on set. Please visit the Safety On Set page for additional industry safety resources as well as information about employee rights and laws in Texas.
Project posted September 8, 2021