Media Production Technician
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|Job Type||Permanent Full TimePermanent Part Time|
|Sector||EngineerEngineer - Audio VisualEngineer - Video ConferencingEvents & Hire - Technician|
|Salary||£22500-£28000 plus benefits and overtime|
- MEDIA PRODUCTION TECHNICIANOwned by Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Confetti Media Group (CMG) is a group of companies committed to developing and promoting creativity. Being part of the NTU Family has provided increased opportunities for growth and success. Including DMH, our centre for digital media, Metronome, our world class music and events hub and our new esports venue, ConfettiX, incorporating cutting edge XR/virtual production technologies. These assets represent the culmination of an ongoing £20 million campus re-development, providing our students, staff, clients and the public with access to the very best equipment and facilities these industries have to offer.We are an ambitious forward-thinking technical department, where development and new technologies that may enhance the experience of our students and commercial partners is encouraged.We are looking for someone to play a key role in the technical production of content for the Confetti Media Group family of companies. You will have high standards and an enthusiastic and conscientious attitude towards your work.In this role, you will:Be responsible for the maintenance and operation of equipment used to create and deliver programming and live event broadcasts for Notts TV, Metronome, Confetti X, Nottingham Trent University and more.Play a key role in the production of media assets and further initiatives to assist both internal and external clients.Use your expertise to advise and guide students and staff within the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies on best use and care of production equipment.The type of content produced is varied and will range from single camera shoots on location, to multi-camera live broadcasts of esports events, and everything in between.You will have:Knowledge and experience with video cameras, lighting, and gripA good working knowledge of audio systems and microphones used in media production is also required.Experience of video editingA good understanding of video codecs and rendering formatsExperience working with virtual production techniques, incorporating unreal engine and LED volume would be highly desirable.Salary package is £22.5k - £28k p.a. doe for 40 hour week, applications can be made for full or part time hours.Benefits: 28 days annual leave, plus bank holidays and Christmas closure. Discounted gym memberships, access to Healthshield (our healthcare cashback scheme), season ticket travel loans on public transport providers.Overtime may be available.Your skills will ideally include:Vision mixing & directingVision & racking engineeringAudio visual cable makingAn understanding of production and broadcast workflows, with specific focus on streaming and content delivery platforms.A solid understanding of general A/V, an analytical approach to technical problem solving and a willingness to learn new skills.If any part of this job description sounds like you then we would like to hear from you.Please note, we are accepting both full-time and part-time applications for this role.Confetti Media Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application to the Disclosure & Barring Service.We’re proud to be a progressive employer that champions opportunity and diversity in all aspects of our work, and we’re committed to equality for all. We warmly welcome applications from people who reflect our diverse community.Please forward your application with a copy of your CV to email@example.com