Video Producer/Editor

About the Role:

SALARY: Based on Tewatohnhi’saktha KSSEP rates. Level C CEGEP $17.50 per hour


Hours of Operation: 30 hours per week


Hours per week: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Reports To: General Manager of Language and Culture Training Program

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION

Under the supervision of the General Manager of Language and Culture Training Program, is
responsible to plan, develop, and program the communications and video learning resource projects
relating to the teaching and promotion of all activities and services offered by the Tsi Niionkwarihò:ten
Tsitewaháhara’n Language and Culture Training Program.


ROLES & RESPONSIBLITIES

VIDEO PRODUCTION

  • Responsible for performing and overseeing all tasks related to Filming and Video Editing for the
    Language and Culture Training Program.
  • Planning, development, and production of all video programming for the Language and Culture
    Training Program.
  • Performs camera work, including cover shots, interviews, and others, as needed.
  • Ensures that all information to be published has been reviewed in consultation with assigned staff
    members.
  • Ensures that all information to be published has been approved by the General Manager of the Language and Culture Training Program.
  • Responsible for all Graphic animation production.
  • Ensures produced products meet audio and visual standards.
  • Ensures video data asset management through the maintenance of a video storage file system.
  • Assists with technical support of audio-visual equipment.

GENERAL COMMUNICATION ASSISTANCE

  • Assists in the development and implementation of Communications plans and activities.
  • Responsible for the filming and interviews for any Language and Culture Training Program project.
  • Assists with the creation of Language and Culture Training Program advertising.
  • Initiates and develops new ideas for video projects in collaboration with Language and Culture
    Training Program staff.
  • Communicates with staff, ensuring Kanien’kéha language translation and cultural symbolisms and
    linkages accurately portray onto final product.


DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY

  • Determines most effective methods of video production within the Language and Culture Training Program.
  • Determines video productions are of quality and within standards set by MCK Public Relations.
  • Oversees MCK Audio/Visual equipment usage and rental.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  • Ensures the accuracy of scripts and information.
  • To provide accurate information.
  • Abides by image copyright laws, ensuring proper approvals are received.
  • Ensures that all published information has been edited and approved according to Language and Culture Training Program Protocols.
  • Ensures that distribution of information practices is in accordance with MCK policies and procedures.
  • To maintain positive image of the department with the general public.
  • Ensuring the continuous improvement of the organization.
  • Conducting business with internal and external clients in a tactful, discreet and courteous manner.
  • To maintain confidentiality.
  • To adhere to the MCK Administration Manual- Personnel Policy and Kanien’kéha Language initiatives.


EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

  • DEC in Video Editing or Related Field plus three (3) years’ experience.

OR

  • Enrolled in Film or Related Field of studies, with one (1) year experience.

OR

  • Minimum of high-school diploma with three (3) years’ experience.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to produce a video project using Language and Culture Training
    Program equipment.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND OTHER ATTRIBUTES

  • Must be able to use Adobe Premiere video editing software.
  • Must be proficient in Adobe Suite: After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Audition is essential.
  • Must be able to edit video segments in a timely manner.
  • Experience in video editing is essential.
  • The ability in camera lighting is essential.
  • Experience with a video camera is essential.
  • Must work well in a team environment.
  • Sound oral and written communication skills.
  • Good time management and organizational skills.
  • The willingness to learn all aspects of MCK Language and Culture Training Program functions is a must.
  • Ability to communicate in the Kanien’kéha language is an asset.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Kanien’kehá:ka culture is an asset.
  • The willingness to learn the Kanien’kéha language and Kanien’kehá:ka culture is required.

*The statements herein reflect general details to describe the principle functions for this job and should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties or be assigned projects associated with these responsibilities as directed by their immediate
supervisor.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Thursday, May 30, 2024- 4:00 p.m.


Requirements: ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE THE DEADLINE FOR YOUR APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED.


  • Applicant Checklist
  • Letter of Intent
  • Resume
  • Registered at Tewatohni’saktha (KSSEP)


APPLICATION:
Please address your application to Dawn Stacey, Manager of Recruitment & Staffing.
Forward your complete application via e-mail to: Applications@mck.ca


  • Please ensure applications are submitted complete, as requested. Incomplete applications may not be considered.
  • Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted


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