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Conference Recording Specialist - tv / film / video / radio - job...

City: Rhode island
Date: 23 May 2020
Category: TV / Film / Video

Do you like working with computers and audio equipment? Do you welcome the challenge of learning new things and figuring out how to solve new problems? Do you like working collaboratively with others to solve problems and create opportunities? Would you like to travel (whenever that becomes easier)? Are you looking for a full-time job with long-term potential? A mixed diet of in-the-field recording, at-home/in-office editing, and equipment/software wrangling? Then this job might be for you.

For the past sixteen years we have been using computers to record large conferences in cities around the USA -- and occasionally in Europe, South America, and Asia. We often are recording dozens of meeting rooms at the same time. We edit those recordings while onsite or while back at home or in the office, and we post over ten thousand conference presentations online every year.

Although no one is attending conferences in the usual manner in 2020, we are busy doing similar things for virtual conferences. And we are on track to collect, record, edit, and post more recordings than ever before.

The position now offered requires someone with patience, curiosity, stamina, attention to detail, good interpersonal skills, and the ability to become productive at the use of new computer applications in a short period of time. Prior experience with editing of audio or video files or configuring computers is helpful but not essential. You should be competent in the use of Windows laptop computers, PowerPoint, audio mixers, and microphones. Being away from home for 3-7 days at a time, working long days in hotels and convention centers, should be no problem.

If interested, please email us a short note about yourself and attach a resume in PDF format describing your work experience and other qualifications. Responses without such information will not be considered.
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