City of Burbank,
Manager (Public Information Officer)
Salary: Up to $128,703. Known as
“Media Capital of the World,” Burbank is a picturesque city just
outside of Los Angeles that has a small-town feel, a diversified
economic base, high performing schools and 41 public parks which
combine to make it a great place to live, work and play. Reporting
to the Assistant City Manager, the
Communications Manager will increase community access to City
services and activities and boost public awareness and engagement.
The ideal candidate for this highly visible and influential
position will be an outstanding communicator who drives positive
outcomes and helps the City reach its goal of expanding the reach
and frequency of communication. This person will lead the
transformation of the Public Information Office from a video
production-focused entity to a strategic partner that uses modern
communication and media techniques to strengthen and build the
have a combination of education and/or experience that has
provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for
acceptable job performance. Apply on-line by August 7, 2017,
. For questions, contact Cindy Krebs at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Sherrill Uyeda at
email@example.com or (562) 901-0769. EEO/ADA
MORENO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL
HUMAN RESOURCES: 25634 Alessandro Boulevard, Moreno Valley, CA
PHONE: (951) 571-7500 WEBSITE:
DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION
Deadline: June 30, 2017
Salary Range 26 : $4,415.13 -
$5,929.09 per month
Workdays: 12 months / 8 hours per
Family medical, dental, vision, employee life insurance
for employees who
work 6+ hrs. per day (prorated for
less than 8 hrs. a day).
Test Date: July 19, 2017
Successful candidates will be
notified of the interview date via EdJoin email.
CURRENT EMPLOYEES SHALL REMAIN IN A POSITION FOR AT LEAST ONE (1)
YEAR FROM THE BEGINNING DATE OF AN INITIAL
PROBATION OR PROMOTIO NAL PROBATIONARY PERIOD (PER CONTRACT,
Under the supervision of the Director of Information
Systems/Technology, utilizes specialized skills to facilitate
operations in areas related to design, production, distribution
and use of digital video media and associated equipment;
including, but not limited to, CATV and streaming platforms.
Performs a wide variety of duties related to the production and
use of digital video media; provides technical assistance for
producing video recordings and sound/slide presentations as needed
by District users. Provides information and instruction in the use
and operation of equipment; and does related work as may be
The incumbent in this position will have frequent contact with
District Administrators and other staff, coordinating and
recording educational video/media productions. The incumbent will
work under a structured adjustable schedule, which includes some
nights. May be required to perform minor repairs and adjustments
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Remote control audio and video systems operator for the video
recording of School Board meetings and other events as assigned;
provides technical guidance, operational services, and assistance
in the video recording and production of video programs for
educational and/or public information purposes; creates, updates
and disseminates digital visual or video promotional media for
District-to-Community engagement and information via cablecasting
system; handles programming and scheduling of Educational Access
Cable channel MVEd-TV; produces informational and educational
videos; Coordinates with Public Information Officer and Digital
Media Specialist for acquisition and distribution of additional
content, and ensures timely distribution thereof; reviews video
programs submitted by sites and coordinates the airing/streaming
of said programs; performs DVD duplication duties for Public
Records requests; supervises students, volunteers, employees
involved in the filming of meetings, programs or events; advises
and coordinates with schools and staff to ensure proper technical
quality standards; reviews and advises on the purchasing and
installation of video and audio equipment relative to District
specifications; performs minor repairs on said equipment; performs
related duties as may be required.
Successfully complete the District's competitive hiring process:
to include testing, interviews, background checks, medical exam
given by a District appointed physician (where applicable); and
the submission of a Tuberculosis Certificate showing applicant
free from active tuberculosis within the past four (4) years.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
recording and television production;circuitry and mechanical
operation of television/cable, video
and audio systems, video camcorders,
recording devices, and other types of audio-visual equipment;
audio and sound
theory; principles of electricity;
Television and Cable systems; record keeping systems; general
public relations; District
policies, procedures and
terminology; appropriate safety precautions and procedures.
and install video production equipment; establish and maintain
effective working relationships; learn
to guide, organize and schedule the
work of others (a-23); understand the technical aspects of
verbally and in writing; communicate
effectively using correct pronunciation and grammar; use
assess and resolve problems;
understand, interpret and apply rules and written directions to
specific situations; work under
pressure, meet deadlines and
establish priorities; maintain confidentiality of privileged
information; learn and utilize
new and current technologies;
create clear and comprehensive reports and keep complex records.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from High School or equivalent. Completion of college
or trade/technical school in Audio Visual
Production with one year experience in audio visual production.
PROOF OF EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT MUST
ACCOMPANY THE APPLICATION.
Training in electronics and sound; training in video recording and
production, post-production and master
control automation systems; three (3)
years’ experience in audio visual production.
LICENSE AND CERTIFICATE:
Possess a valid California Driver's License.
Digital Video Production Technician Job No. 109-2016/2017 Open
Date: June 26, 2017
APPLY ONLINE AT:
Applicants who fail to submit all required
not be considered for employment.
The following items are required
by the application deadline:
1. A completed EDJOIN classified
2. Copy of High School Diploma or
GED Certificate, Diploma or copy
of transcripts showing high
school graduation date
3. Copy of completion of college
or trade/ technical school in
Audio Visual Production with
one (1) year experience
COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCTION INTERN
NOTE: THIS IS AN
UNCLASSIFIED, NON-PAID, VOLUNTARY POSITION, WITH NO MEDICAL OR
DENTAL BENEFITS OR ACCRUED LEAVE. THIS POSITION IS TASK
DEPENDENT AND HOURS WORKED MAY VARY WEEK BY WEEK.
Under supervision of the Communications Manager and
Communications Production Specialist, the Communications
Production Intern assists in performing video pre-production,
production and post-production assignments in support of the
City's government television channel – Palmdale Ch. 27. The
Communications Production Intern assists in the operation of
P27’s playback system, performs field and studio production
assignments, and assists in the set-up and operation of video
production equipment in support of public meeting cablecasts.
Performs related duties as required.
Knowledge of basic television production techniques.
Operate field and
remotely operated video cameras and audio equipment
Set up video
production equipment for both studio and remote site usage
communicate effectively orally and in writing; exercise
sound independent judgment within guidelines; establish and
maintain effective working relationships with supervisor,
associates, other City personnel and the public.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Graduation from or
current enrollment in college/university with main interest in
telecommunications, television production or a closely related
field. One year experience in television programming and/or
production; or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. A valid Class C California driver’s license
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact or send resume to:
Armin J. Gomez
City of Palmdale –
38300 Sierra Hwy., Suite
Palmdale, CA 93550
CITY OF TORRANCE
OFFICE OF CABLE COMMUNICATIONS
is looking for
Broadcast Journalism Interns
You will produce,write, report, and edit
stories for CH 3 - Torrance CitiCABLE
- How to put
together a compelling package from scratch
- Video editing
interviewing and reporter standup techniques.
- Voice tracking
for news packages
***This is an excellent way to get your resume tape
together, while enhancing, broadening, and refining your television
If you are interested, please fax resume to:
City of Torrance
Office of Cable Communications
3350 Civic Center Drive Suite 200
Torrance CA 90503
FAX or email resumes to 310-781-7132
CITY OF CALABASAS
CTV - The Calabasas Channel
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT (PART TIME)
Under the supervision of the Media Operations Director, performs moderately
difficult work involving television production and related duties as assigned.
Essential Job Duties: The
following tasks are essential for this position. Incumbents in this
classification may not perform all of these tasks, or may perform similar
related tasks not listed here.
television programs including night meetings
programs and news stories using a non-linear Discreet Logic
edit, paint and effect system
electronic bulletin board
maintaining City Web Site
Development and Coverage
Knowledge, Skill and Ability:
- Personal computers and related
equipment and production practices used in robotic camera
systems, electronic field production and multi-camera studio
production including cameras, non-linear editing systems, test
equipment, audio systems, lighting and web-site maintenance.
- Training and Experience: Requires one year
experience in television production; college-level course work
in television production may substitute for experience.
Physical Requirements and
(which may be corrected) to read small print.
of arms to reach and dexterity of hands to grasp and manipulate
small objects. Lower body mobility may not be required.
pushing and/or pulling which does not exceed 50 pounds and is an
infrequent aspect of the job.
inside/outside environmental conditions.
May be required to
work at a video display terminal for prolonged periods.
Required to work
nights and weekends.
$12 - $24 per hour DOE. Part time position up to 20 hours per week.
Open until filled, City
Calabasas City Hall
100 Civic Center Way
Calabasas, CA 91302