Classified Title: [[Sr. Audio Production Editor]] Working Title: [[Sr. Audio Producer]] Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: [[$50,200 Min – $69,089 Mid / commensurate with experience]] Employee group: Full Time Schedule: [[Monday – Friday, 8:30a – 5:00p / 37.5 hrs per wk]] Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 41-MD:JH Library Service Center Department name: 10001014-Center for Teaching and Learning Personnel area: School of Public Health
Under the direction of the Deputy Director, this position will prepare and coach Bloomberg faculty and other subject matter experts to record digital audio content for use in online courses, trainings,or MOOCs. This senior staff member will lead a team of audio producers and will collaborate with all other CTL team members to develop professional quality graduate level educational content.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Serve as an authority, provide expertise, and perform highly specialized work assignments in audio production.
Supervises preparation of audio recordings material and is responsible for editorial integrity and quality of recorded product.
Exercise extensive knowledge and methodology of multimedia production. Keep abreast of relevant legislation, rules, regulations, tools, procedures, technical specifications, and developments in multimedia production. Pursue professional development activities to expand knowledge and maintain skills for self and staff.
Advise and direct faculty prior to and during recording session on content, delivery, clarity and continuity. Assist faculty in preparation for recording sessions, including various coaching strategies, practice sessions, and script review.
Assist faculty in following Universal Design for Learning Guidelines that can be applied to any lecture content to ensure that all learners can access and participate in meaningful, challenging learning opportunities.
Assure professional quality production and efficient execution of projects by scheduling resources, and faculty, selecting music, audio direction and coordinating pre and post-production details with appropriate personnel.
Fosters collaboration with the team by contributing to the work of peers, sharing resources, best practices, and innovations as well as giving and receiving feedback. Oversee other multimedia staff who provide specialized services investigate and troubleshoot problems related to multimedia production.
Research, conceptualize, define and communicate ideas and issues to administration and staff provide insight, recommend action, and pursue innovative solutions to problems related to multimedia productions. Provide advice and counsel, serving as a consultant to other staff members within the unit, campus, or the general public, within the area of multimedia production.
Identify and evaluate resources and obtain information relevant to multimedia production. Make recommendations for purchasing, replacements, and upgradesCoordinate working relationships with peers and other appropriate University personnel to achieve defined goals and objectives. Foster a positive long-term client relationship by accurately assessing their needs and by delivering effective and creative solutions.
Hire, supervise and train CTL audio producers, and conduct bi-annual performace appraisals. Be responsible for managing staff, studios, and scheduling.
Prepare audio notes about each lecture segment. This documentation allows technical writers, instructional designers, and medical illustrator to create the best quality product.
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in related discipline or equivalent experience.
Minimum of three (3) years of related experience coordinating multimedia projects preferably in a University setting.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
5+ years of professional experience in creative production in software development, emphasis on audio
Experience in directing talent
Superior desktop editing experience a must.
Previous experience with ProTools, Audacity, VoiceThread, PowerPoint recording, Panopto for recording and editng audio
Experience working in a task system, such as Jira, Devtrack, Mantis, etc.t
Ability to learn new software applications as needed
Excellent problem solving, written, and oral communication skills
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Strong writing and communication skills.
Exercise professional diplomatic and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to juggle multiple projects through all phases of production with strong organizational and budgeting skills.
Demonstrate at all times respect for the diverse constituencies at JHSPH and within the public health community, including standards of objectivity, balance and fairness
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