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  • 01/13/2015 4:34 PM | Anonymous

    We're looking for a TV Producer for Defense News with Vago Muradian. This Full time producer will manage all aspects of production for a weekly talk show focused on national and international military/defense issues. The ideal candidate will be responsible for researching and booking guests. For more details visit www.Gannett.com or send your resume to ktaplett@gannettgov.com.


    Bob Lennox

  • 12/12/2014 4:34 PM | Anonymous

    Highlands Consulting Group LLC (HCG), a consulting firm supporting the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology (S&T) Directorate, is seeking an experienced Video Editor and 3D Animator to fill an interim part-time position that has potential to become a long-term position. The successful candidate will work under the direction of the DHS S&T Director of Corporate Communications. Most work will be performed off-site rather than at the DHS S&T facility, and candidates must have their own workstation/equipment, software, and other necessary tools. The successful candidate will be required to attend planning and review meetings and similar activities at DHS S&T headquarters in Washington, D.C.

    The anticipated start date for the position is January 12, 2015.


    The Video Editor/3D Animator will be required to:

    • Edit polished video programs from raw b-roll, taped interviews, audio narration and other elements provided by S&T, adding graphics, visual and audio effects, music, etc. as required
    • Design and produce digital 2D/3D animations depicting characters, objects and environments that accurately convey specific technical information and match the aesthetic context of the videos and other media in which they appear


    • Edit polished videos that meet S&T content requirements and production standards
    • Work with the OCC team to support videotaping, as necessary, to ensure that studio and location shoots obtain all footage necessary to ensure complete, consistent, high-quality video products
    • Work with S&T program managers and producers, videographers, photographers and designers to develop graphics and animations that accurately and attractively convey technical concepts and information
    • Produce storyboards that give project team members a clear vision of how proposed illustrations and animations will look
    • Create original 2D and 3D animations and graphics, with appropriate texture, lighting and motion techniques
    • Manage all technical issues related to video graphics and animation, including rendering, performance, streaming, memory management, and storage
    • Work collaboratively in a fast-paced, deadline-driven team environment


    • BS/BFA/MA in Animation/Motion Graphics or a related field
    • 3-5+ years of experience
    • Strong storyboarding skills
    • Ability to produce kinetic typography animation, motion graphic animation, 2D and 3D animation
    • Demonstrated mastery of video and audio editing
    • Working expertise in 3D suite (Cinema 4D, 3D Studio Max, Maya, Autodesk Flame, Smoke, etc.), as well as compositing and photo manipulation
    • Proficiency with Adobe® Creative Suite/ Creative Cloud (Premier Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator). 
    • Proficiency in Maxon Cinema4D
    • Photography expertise a plus
    • An outstanding portfolio that demonstrates both creativity and mastery of video animation and editing


    The hourly rate will be commensurate with experience.


    Each applicant must submit a complete application package which includes: (a) a cover letter explaining how the applicant’s abilities and experience qualify him/her for the described position; (b) a current resume; (c) the names, titles, mailing and E-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references. Application packages should be emailed to:

    Robert Epper, President

    HighlandsConsulting Group, LLC


    All applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 pm MST (7:00 pm EST) on Tuesday, December 23, 2014.  Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

    Finalists will be required to attend a personal interview and provide a collection of work samples that demonstrate proficiency and accomplishment in the areas required.

  • 10/22/2014 8:46 AM | Anonymous

    American Food Roots is an award-winning online magazine covering the history and culture of American food. We are currently accepting applications for two internships:


    Video Memoir: AFR’s signature feature, My American Roots, offers two-minute video memoirs about food in the lives of ordinary people. The video memoir intern will plan, execute, edit and polish these pieces, with mentoring byveteran journalists with experience at the New York Times, National Public Radio, Associated Press, Bon Appetit and other national media. The intern will build a wide range of skills necessary to succeed in digital media and will also be encouraged to express his or her own creative vision.

    This internship is unpaid. Each video will carry the filmmaker’s byline. We are happy to help arrange academic credit through your university or film program. Please send a brief explanation of your credentials and your interest to Michele Kayal, deputy managing editor, at Michele@americanfoodroots.com.


    Post-production Intern: AFR is seeking a post-production intern to shape, edit and polish a library of videos that will run in the magazine’s My American Roots section. This section offers two-minute video memoirs about food in the lives of ordinary people. The post-production intern will have the opportunity to create a finished film from raw footage, developing critical editorial skills while applying his or her own creative vision. This is an excellent opportunity for students looking to build a reel in post-production.

    This internship is unpaid. Each video will carry the filmmaker’s byline. We are happy to help arrange academic credit through your university or film program. Please send a brief explanation of your credentials and your interest to Michele Kayal, deputy managing editor, at Michele@americanfoodroots.com.

  • 10/22/2014 8:44 AM | Anonymous
    American Food Roots is an award-winning online magazine covering the history and culture of American food. We are currently seeking post-production help with five short videos (5-7 minutes each) produced in conjunction with the National World War I Museum in Kansas City, Mo. Videos have received an initial edit (Final Cut Pro) and require polishing for consistency and coherence. Estimated time 1-2 days of work. Desired delivery date Oct. 31. Project rate standard. Please contact Michele Kayal, Michele@americanfoodroots.com.

  • 10/08/2014 8:25 AM | Anonymous

    Your expert A-1 Sound Engineering/Support skills will be put to full use!

    Worksite location and Zip Code: Washington, DC, 20410

    OMNITEC Solutions (www.omnitecinc.com) is seeking qualified personnel for support of critical
    Broadcast, multi-media and A/V services!

    This includes Front of House Sound Engineer (A1) expertise, as well as AV equipment set-up and operations, event production operations, and maintenance action tracking administrative support for a large audio-visual and television production facility in Washington, DC, 20410.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    We seek mid-level personnel, who can work independently and who possess expert FOH (A1) Sound Engineering skills, as well as be able to troubleshoot and adjust (if necessary) installed audio DSPs in set spaces.

    In addition, the best qualified individuals will also possess experience with expert set-up and maintenance of AV and Broadcast system cameras, audio equipment, switchers, routers, as well as VTC equipment and conference AV equipment.

    General Duties and Responsibilities include:

    1. Provide FOH (A1) Engineering expertise. Must be able operate professional sound equipment to produce superior sound quality in a wide variety of event venues, from small rooms to large 1000-person conference halls. This includes being able to determine the placement of additional speakers, amps, and microphones, and operate digital audio consoles providing level control, echo cancellation, and multiple feeds for room audio, recording and webcasting. This also includes customizing the sound reinforcement configuration for a variety of room layouts and participant arrangements.
    2. Provide advice in specifying upgrades or changes to gear if necessary.
    3. Maintain all audio equipment and assume the role of head audio tech;
    4. Responsible for the proper operation, maintenance, and repair of all audio gear.
    5. Provide direction and training to other team members on audio engineering, operation, and design.
    6. Provide assistance in event AV set-up and operations in accordance with facility SOPs and event customer requirements. This involves the use of advanced audiovisual and lighting equipment, including robotic cameras, production switchers, webcasting encoders, and projectors/laptop display equipment.
    7. Provide basic troubleshooting of equipment and rack-mounted systems to identify the source of problems, and provide immediate repair or replacement to restore operations.

    Required Skills:

    1. High school diploma or GED, but a 2 or 4 year degree highly preferred.
    2. Ability to pass a background investigation.
    3. Five (5) plus years of demonstrated ability to be capable, reliable, and trustworthy in prior work assignments similar and directly relevant to this position description.
    4. Must have excellent attitude, professional dress and be capable of performing efforts politely and professionally with senior personnel in a customer service role.
    5. Have a working knowledge of emerging broadcast, A/V and VTC technologies, and assist in defining upgrade plans for future system upgrades.

    Additional Helpful Skills:

    - A current or past security clearance is helpful as potential cross-program employment opportunities on project teams supporting other federal and/or DOD are part of our career development opportunities.

    - CTS training and/or certification.The ability to obtain a security clearance is helpful as potential cross-program employment opportunities on project teams supporting other federal and/or DOD clients are part of our career development opportunities.

    Please apply via our jobs portal at http://www.omnitecinc.com/Careers/CurrentOpenings.aspx, and scroll to job number 140049DC: FOH Sound Engineer (A1), and follow the prompts. We suggest using Chrome or Safari for navigating our web site.

    OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

  • 07/07/2014 11:33 PM | Anonymous

    Job Posting Period

    07/07/2014 - 07/18/2014

     Job Title


     Facility Location



    WASHINGTON, DC 20260-0004

     Position Information


    GRADE: EAS - 23


    OCCUPATION CODE: 1071-0015

    NON-SCHEDULED DAYS: Saturday/Sunday

    HOURS: 08:00 A.M. to 05:00 P.M.

    SALARY RANGE: 60.446,00 - 104.281,00 USD Annually


    BENEFIT INFORMATION: The salary will be based on previous experience, salary history, and current postal pay policies. We offer excellent benefits including health and life insurance, retirement plan, savings/investment plan with employer contribution, flexible spending, flextime scheduling of core work hours, annual and sick leave.

     Functional Purpose

    Independently produces, directs and creates presentation, instructional, promotional, and other video and media productions to further Postal Service employee and business requirements, objectives and goals and better connect with our customers.



    1. Develops creative and innovative communication strategies and visual messages to effectively integrate processes and communications across multiple delivery channels that resonate with a variety of audiences.

    2. Writes, produces and directs video and multimedia projects from inception to completion with minimal supervision, including creating and writing scripts; advising customers on type of production to utilize to best achieve their goals; supervising production crew on overall concept, set up and design; directing actual production; supervising editing of the final product; determining the appropriate clearance review procedures; and ensuring compliance with 508 standards.


    3. Performs post production work such as video editing, music, dialogue, sound effects, mixing, special effects using state of the art video editing solutions, professional video cameras and software, and directs the work of others using this equipment.


    4. Designs, produces and uploads national promotion, publicity programs and/or feature stories using multimedia outlets (e.g., YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, USPS.com, etc.). Incorporates messaging and links that tie the content back to USPS webpage using graphic design, video editing, and web development applications.


    5. Assists in the preparation of press conferences, special activities, media events by developing and preparing video b-roll/sound bite packages and/or working with the news media to specifications for requirements and setting up the determine venue.

    6. Manages contracts and writes proposals for large scale media projects; oversees vendors who provide services necessary to produce the programs.


    7. Develops video production budgets and delivers multimedia and video content within established budgets.

    8. Provides technical advice and guidance to customers regarding all aspects of multimedia communications and the Postal Service's technical capability to produce videos that meet the customers' business needs.



    Manager of unit to which assigned.


    The United States Postal Service has the following excellent and challenging employment opportunity for highly motivated and innovative individuals. Successful candidates must demonstrate through a combination of education, training, and experience the following requirements:



    1. Ability to research, write, edit and produce multimedia programs for employee communications and other external communications activities to include but not limited to special events, press conferences and other events specific to using multimedia assets.


    2. Skilled in using video editing and web content applications software such as the Adobe Creative Suite - specifically Adobe Premier and After Effects.


    3. Ability to perform post production work such as editing, motion graphics, music, dialogue, sound effects, and special effects.

    4. Ability to operate video and audio related equipment, state of the art video and sound editing systems, and state of the art broadcast quality production tools.


    5. Ability to develop creative and innovative strategies to effectively incorporate multimedia efforts that align with organizational objectives.


    6. Ability to work directly with customers at various levels, including executive and senior staff, to create the desired "vision" for a communication program.


    7. Ability to plan, coordinate and assign work to meet unit objectives including organizing and monitoring workload, budgeting productions, facilitating the flow of work related information, monitoring progress, and providing feedback and technical guidance to customers and staff.


    To apply, please visit our website at www.usps.com/employment and reference requisition number NC77803644. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Central Time, of the posting's closing date of Friday, July 18, 2014.


    For additional information, please contact Faith Trader at Talent@usps.gov

    Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service's requirement to be drug free. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status.
  • 07/07/2014 11:31 PM | Anonymous
    Experienced Spanish-speaking Producer/Videographer with bilingual writing skills, to join a nationally-recognized educational TV production unit in the Washington, D.C. area.  Strong TV/multimedia production skills are a must -- will shoot video and create compelling bilingual television feature stories and informational videos. 

    Strong writing skills in Spanish and English, for short-form programming (30 seconds to 15 minutes) required.  Must be able to manage projects from script to screen:  interacting with clients (excellent human relations skills), digesting information quickly with an eye for detail, and demonstrating the ability to write and produce within tight deadlines.  Successful candidate will develop products for web video, broadcast, and mobile devices, and demonstrate an ability to write for each medium.

    Must also possess excellent videography skills, be proficient at editing with Final Cut Pro (v.7), Adobe Premiere or Avid,  facile at preparing video for web, broadcast TV and mobile devices.  Need thorough knowledge of portable and studio video production hardware.

    Must have 5+ years professional experience writing and producing for video, as well as excellent video photography skills.  Proven experience in creating multi-platform digital video content.  Bachelor’s degree required.  You will be evaluated on quality of video and writing samples, interview, writing test and references. 

    To apply, go to www.mcpscareers.org . The job number is #14003ZA (official title: “Bilingual (Spanish/English) Multimedia/Producer/Videographer, MCPS TV”).  Submit cover letter which includes links (URLs) to video samples and description of your role in creating each clip.  Also upload 3-5 writing samples (created during last 24 months only). 

    MCPS is an equal opportunity employer.

    Salary range is  $56,160-$74,734 with excellent benefits (medical, dental, pension, etc.)
  • 05/21/2014 9:57 AM | Anonymous

    The Scaleform team at Autodesk is looking for a part time video editor at our Greenbelt, MD office. Scaleform is the leading provider of User Interface (UI) technologies in the Video Games industry with Scaleform software used in over 2000 video game titles so far. Autodesk is the world leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software and services. The video editor will be expected to perform the following job duties.

    Video Editing:

    ·         Gain a basic level of familiarity with necessary software (Scaleform SDK, Unity Editor) to capture raw footage from games/applications using Scaleform and Scaleform executables running on PC/Mobiles. Some familiarity with frame capture techniques used to capture video from mobiles is a plus.

    ·         Assemble video snippets into a finished video product after mixing in appropriate sound/graphics special effects, animations, transitions and so on.

    ·         Create a voice track by reading a script (provided) and merge with the video track

    ·         Digitally cut the files to insert the usable snippets into the finished video

    Skill Set:

    ·         Skilled with common video editing tools such as Adobe Premiere/Final Cut Pro.

    ·         Conversant with common animation tools such as Adobe After Effects

    Other duties that might be expected, based on the applicant’s aptitude/interest.  

    ·         Customer Outreach/Communication: Browse public forums and ensure that all questions receive a preliminary response within 1-2 days

    ·         Participate in creation of developer oriented showcases on our website demonstrating games using our products, use cases, best practices, special techniques and so on

    Salary Range:

    25-30$/Hr based on experience/skill set. The applicant will work roughly 20hrs/week.


    Expected duration of the project is 6 months, with a high likelihood of extension.


    The position offers a great opportunity to gain familiarity and acquire skills in the booming game development industry. You’ll also get a chance to work with the engineers and designers in the world’s leading 3D design company and creator of industry standard tools such as AutoCAD, 3DMax, Maya and many others.

    Contact: ankur.mohan@autodesk.com

  • 05/20/2014 10:25 AM | Anonymous

    $60k plus benefits
    Graphics Artist/Web Design support the effective use of technology for the sharing and dissemination of scientific and technical information. The Contractor shall maintain a website used to collect and disseminate information located on network servers hosted at Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD.

    Services include:

    • Assisting the Government staff in the design, development and maintenance of the web site designated to collect and dissemination information.
    • Design and create print materials as required.
    • Assist the Government in the design, building, and format of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
    1. Support approved external events such as scheduling and registration for meetings and symposiums.
    Please send your cover letter, resume, and either a portfolio link or a few collateral items to: Lizette Salvador, HR Manager, lizette@isomglobal.com

    EOE. No Phone calls please.
  • 05/09/2014 10:00 PM | Anonymous
    Alternate job title: Network Engineer, Broadcast and AV Systems

    Help design & maintain a broadcast/AV IT Infrastructure!
    Worksite location and Zip Code: Washington, DC 20431
    Job Description

    OMNITEC Solutions (http://www.omnitecinc.com) has an immediate employment opportunity for an Audio/Visual IT Engineer (Senior Network/Senior Communications Engineer) to help monitor the design and build out of a new network infrastructure supporting a broadcasting and audiovisual production facility. 

    We are looking for a SME/Subject Matter Expert with specific experience building out robust platforms designed for high-end/high volume AV and Broadcast Engineering needs. If you have helped build out IT networks for large scale broadcast or AV facilities, we'd like to speak with you!

    Our client is actively engaged in a building-wide renovation, which includes a new IP-based audiovisual system. This position will provide for the evaluation of design efforts for new systems, assist in the implementation plans for replacement of outdated systems and provide overall system administration at the completion of the upgrade.

    This infrastructure will provide the transport mechanism for audio, video and control signals throughout the building. Recognizing these specific broadcast and AV systems will have unique transport requirements on top of/in addition to current organizational needs, this Engineer will also function as a "Liaison" between all client domains during the planning, installation and operation phases of this new infrastructure. Once complete this individual will provide on-going network system administration to ensure end-user AV and Broadcasting needs are being met, that the system is scaled for growth and expansion of operational requirements, that system upgrades are identified and recommended for implementation, and the system remains operational to support the demands of the AV and Broadcasting operations. 

    The Audio/Visual IT Engineer shall participate in discussions and meetings between the AV design team, the client IT and Network team, and the End-User representatives to provide guidance and advice on key network characteristics.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    The individual shall have a broad IT networking background with a working understanding of broadcast/AV operations as they relate to the various aspects of IT. This will include a thorough understanding of operating systems, software updates and patching, network security, network protocols, router configuration, Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Protection Systems, firewalls, and vulnerability mitigation. 

    The individual should also possess experience in Audio-Visual (AV) design, and maintaining or managing networked AV systems, and should understand networked-based AV transmission protocols. The candidate shall develop and provide alternative solutions and technology plans consistent with the transport of broadcast data over IT networks. This person will ensure a solid understanding of the clients broadcast mission is consistently represented.  

    Detailed Job duties include: 

    1. Works closely with the Senior Systems Engineer and associated IT Department personnel to ensure that audiovisual systems function correctly. Provides technical expertise in the field of audiovisual and videoconference systems, encompassing all related disciplines such as operational system support, troubleshooting, monitoring, performance tuning, and documentation;

    2. Catalogs and maintains the online database of AV equipment inventory. Maintains system documentation and service manuals related to installation work for diagnostic reference, repairs, and future upgrades. Creates and communicates signal flow diagrams and technical drawings;

    3. Monitors service level indicators of equipment using both traditional and online tools and provides guidance for those working with the equipment on a daily basis; 

    4. Evaluates equipment condition and usability and recommends lifecycle replacement. Recommends upgrades to infrastructure, including replacement of systems and equipment to meet service level agreements.

    5. Installs, repairs, tests and troubleshoots equipment as needed, in order to keep systems functional. Coordinates and manages the repair of equipment with outside service personnel and authorized manufacturer service centers.

    6. Assists Senior Systems Engineer in training AV technical staff on system(s) setup, operation, basic troubleshooting, equipment features and other related technical matters; 

    7. Occasionally performs duties outside of regular business hours, evenings and sometimes weekends as workload demands. Maintains the control, video distribution and specialized network infrastructure in support of video production, broadcast and interactive media;

    8. Analyzes and rectifies technical faults on equipment, networks and systems. Minimizes loss of service by rapidly identifying and implementing alternative methods of service provision;

    9. Troubleshoots and repairs IT-based hardware, software and network technology systems that provide broadcast and AV service. Works with the in-house IT department on common network interfaces across the enterprise. Assists with IT security to ensure compliance or risk mitigation. 
    Required Skills
    1. BSEE preferred with a minimum of 5 years related engineering work experience; or ten or more years work experience with a combination of specialized training in the broadcast and IT systems. CTS certification highly desirable.

    2. Strong knowledge of state-of-the industry audiovisual, videoconference, and simultaneous interpretation systems, equipment, tools, standards, and procedures used in first class conference centers. Tools should include cameras, mixers, monitors, digital asset management systems, digital video signal routing and processing, and editing systems. Ability to read schematics and signal flow diagrams. Familiarity with operation/setup/troubleshooting of Crestron and /or AMX control systems.

    3. Knowledge of Microsoft Exchange and Group Policy, Active Directory & enterprise management strategies. Familiarity with RTMP, H.264, Flash, Silverlight and related protocols. Experience configuring multi-cast and unicast protocols. Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills.

    4. Desirable certifications include: Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE); Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA); Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

    5. Strong computer skills in a Windows environment with standard MS Office applications and the 
    ability to learn other specialized software; 

    6. Proficient in cable termination techniques and standards to include but not limited to coax, UTP, serial, analog audio etc. Understanding of LAN/WAN hardware and software for switches, hubs, routers, bridges, modems, multiplexors, and point-to-point data circuits via copper and fiber for audio and video.

    7. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, to include the ability to interface directly with customers and resolve complex service problems, with work experience in a multicultural environment a huge plus. Good writing and documentation skills also required.

    8. Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize, manage, evaluate, and schedule work in a busy environment. Demonstrated ability to work independently.
    Additional Helpful Skills
    - Crestron Control Systems experience preferred; 
    - CTS I or D Certifications are also highly desirable; 
    - the ability to obtain a security clearance is helpful as potential cross-program employment opportunities on project teams supporting other federal and/or DOD clients are part of our career development opportunities.

    To apply for this job, please forward your resume to Nick Abid via Employment@omnitecinc.com

    OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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