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KBYU Eleven EmploymentFull-Time employment positions at KBYU Eleven, a service of BYU Broadcasting, are hired through the faculty, staff, and administrative employment office of the human resource services at Brigham Young University.

BYU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. As an educational institution affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), BYU gives hiring preference for full-time positions to LDS Church members in good standing. All BYU employees are required to observe the LDS Church Educational System honor code and dress and grooming standards . You can learn more about working at BYU by clicking here.

Full-Time Position Listings
Professional full-time positions at Eleven are posted online as they become available at Y Jobs. Y Jobs is also the place to review position descriptions, create an employment profile, take a skills test, register for a weekly e-mail of current full-time university openings, and even submit your application.

If your organization would like to receive information regarding job openings at BYU Broadcasting, please contact BYU Broadcasting human resources by 801-422-8450 or online.

Full-Time Employment Application Process
All applications for full-time employment at Eleven must be submitted through Y Jobs. To learn more about the application process click here.

Full-Time Position Update

Chief Videographer/Cinematographer

Listing #1
Applications accepted from: 5/18/2016 - 6/1/2016

Job Description

1. Department Supervisor - Consult with producers, BYUB department managers, and other clients on their project needs to be fulfilled by the EFP department; help negotiate between competing interests and priorities, taking direction from management, so that the organizational priorities can be supported - Build and maintain a team of student and contractor employees sufficient to complete assignments given to the department. - Provide training opportunities for all staff to ensure they are progressing in their abilities with the competency and quality of work shown at a consistent high professional standard of the department - Manage resources and equipment assigned to the department though regular maintenance and help ensure the assets are used correctly while protecting the equipment - Coordinate with Field Production Manager, Post Supervisor, and Head Editors to ensure that the product is effectively handed off to Post-production, archive and other users of the media in the organization 2. Videographer/Cinematographer Expert - Hire, train, and supervise team of videographers and support personnel that can fulfill digital video acquisition responsibilities for EFP productions - Work with producers, clients, and managers to establish a series of styles of field productions - Consult and train on best practices regarding camera and lighting operation on BYUB projects - Regularly review the work and give feedback and training on FTE, student, and contractor camera staff - Stay informed on new technologies and processes that can benefit BYU Broadcasting - Research and make recommendations on new equipment purchases 3. Videographer on Assigned Projects - Personally operate camera and lighting equipment while understanding the “workflow” of the creative process with financial implications from production though post-production 4. Consult on Projects - Regularly participate in pre-production meetings and department meetings providing leadership and expertise in the Production Department including those from others departments who are developing their skill sets 5. Compliance - Assist Field Production Manager in ensuring that the EFP and Production Departments are working within University and BYUB approved policies and procedures regarding hour limitations, contractor hiring, limitations on use of student employees, travel policies, and other BYU policies - Train others on these policies and help find solutions to challenges that arise regarding policy compliance ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu.

Job Requirements

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in communications, media arts or related-field and 7 years television and film production experience OR 10 years of television and film production experience, Preferred: Bachelor’s degree and 10 year of television and film production experience at a network quality level * KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: • Expert ability to operate cameras, lighting, and related equipment is required • Expert ability to critically view and listen to television product with the ability to find and correct flaws in the production method is required • Expert ability to operate studio lighting and other studio production is preferred** Please email demo reel to scott.sandstrom@byu.edu. ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu. **

Studio Manager

Listing #2
Applications accepted from: 5/24/2016 - 6/7/2016

Job Description

1. Department Management - Consult with producers, BYUB department managers and other clients on their project needs to be fulfilled in the BYU Broadcasting studios. Negotiate between competing interests and priorities, taking direction from management, so that the organizational priorities can be supported. - Ensure that tasks to be completed in studios to support projects are organized and coordinated between task owners and clients (lighting, stage management, sound requirements, sets, props, space requirements, hosting, etc.) - Manage storage locations adjacent to the studios and off-site set storage locations. Ensure that spaces are safe, organized, presentable and the many competing interests for the use of the spaces are coordinated and prioritized. - Build and maintain team of FTE, contractor and student employees sufficient to complete assignments given to department including lighting, stage management, set operations and support staff for these areas. Delegate responsibilities throughout department ensuring that all on staff have appropriate workloads. - Supervise the work of task owners. Make assignments on projects and ensure that quality work is completed. - Provide training opportunities for all staff to ensure that they are progressing in their abilities and the competency and quality of work from the department is at a consistent high professional standard. - Manage resources and equipment assigned to departments so that it is maintained, protected, available to clients and used correctly so that it achieves the best possible quality of product. - Coordinate with supervisor, other department managers and BYUB management so that the work of the studio team is in harmony with organizational efforts and priorities. - Maintain detailed schedules of studio use, planning load-ins and load-outs, implementation of sets and lighting. Maximize flexibility of studios so that more projects can use the available spaces. 2. Project Management - Act as project/operations manager on projects using the studios when this function is not assigned to other departments. - Meet with producers and clients, determine specific project requirements and, in conjunction with studio staff, carry out the operations. - Schedule other Production, Engineering and other department resources necessary for successful execution of projects in the studios. - Personally stage manage and light studio projects when requests for studio support require it. 3. Task Owner on Assigned Projects - Direct assigned projects. - Operate camera, EVS, prompters, field cameras, lights, switchers and other production gear on assigned projects in the studios as well as field projects. 4. Consult on Projects - Regularly participate in pre-production meetings and department meetings providing leadership in the Production Department including those from other departments who are developing their skill sets. - Review production plans, project initiation documents and budgets of project proposals, giving input and suggestions for improvement. 5. Compliance - Assist Production Manager in ensuring that the Production Department is working within University- and BYUB-approved policies and procedures regarding hour limitations, contractor hiring, limitations on use of student employees, travel policies and other BYU policies. - Train others on these policies and help find solutions to challenges that arise regarding policy compliance. ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu. **

Job Requirements

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE - Minimum required: Bachelor’s degree in communications, media arts or related-field and 10 years television production experience OR 15 years television production experience; Preferred: Bachelor’s degree and 15 years of television production experience at a network quality level and 5 years managing television productions * SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE - Expert ability to operate cameras, lenses, mounting gear and related camera equipment is required. - Expert ability to manage large productions is required. - Expert ability to critically view and listen to television product with the ability to find and correct flaws in the production method is required. - Expert ability to operate studio lighting, grip, and other studio production is preferred. - Moderate ability to operate studio production gear is required. ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu. **

Full-Time Application Questions
Please direct additional questions regarding full-time employment at Brigham Young University to:

Employment Services Staff and Administration
Brigham Young University
D-70 ASB, Provo, UT 84602
Phone: 801-422-3563
Fax: 801-422-0209
E-mail: staff_employment@byu.edu