Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Samuel Barrozo

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

The Los Angeles Film School/ Hybrid

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

The Live/Events Video Production Work Study Assistant position will report to the Livestream Event/Specialist and work hands-on with a wide range of video productions with an emphasis on live-streaming and Virtual Events. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in camera operating along with content creation, media platforms/formats, signal flow, and pre-production organization.

Applicant must be able to take direction and collaborate in a fast-paced work environment. We are looking for students who have a passion for live/video production and are eager to support every event that happens at The Los Angeles Film School.

This Work Study Position is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience for students gearing towards the industry and should prep them accordingly once they enter the workforce.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

• Assisting creation of graphic/video assets to be used during specific productions
• Help organize video content archives, both physical and digital.
• Take inventory of equipment while keeping it organized in its specific orientation for quick accessibility by the rest of the team.
• Conduct equipment/program tests and shoots in preparation for upcoming events and offload footage for review.
• Execute live video production assignments given by the manager during the event.
• Retrieve and submit proper forms of talent or subjects of productions for legal.
• Participate in production rehearsals in given capacity.
• Work as a liaison between proper departments to ensure a successful shoot.
• Setup/Breakdown equipment before and after productions in a neat and organized manner to be returned to storage.
• Will require some evening and weekend availability.

General qualifications for the position:

• Comfortable around video and audio equipment, specifically camera operating.
• Knowledge of Zoom, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, and Photoshop a plus.
• Strong communication and customer service skills (Will be public/talent fronting)
• Can be from any program as long as they have knowledge or experience finessing with video equipment/program.
• Collaborative and able to able to work with a team in a positive work environment.
• Creative, analytical thinker and a fast learner. Will need to be comfortable in a fast-paced work environment.
• Results-oriented, self-motivated, and always looking to improve.
• Comfort managing multiple projects; extremely organized and detail-oriented.
• Computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (Apple Keynote is a plus).
• MUST HAVE COMPLETED FAFSA AND BE Work-Study APPROVED BY FINANCIAL AID Work-Study Coordinator.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Samuel Barrozo at sbarrozo@lafilm.edu.

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