The Multimedia Assistant - Live Events and In-Venue Production will assist the Princeton Athletics Multimedia/Broadcasting and External Relations staff with production and support of live game broadcasts and in-venue video board shows to promote Princeton’s 37 teams and uphold the department’s mission of “Education through Athletics.” This position will report to the Assistant Athletic Director, Multimedia and Broadcasting.
General support for live productions for The Ivy league on ESPN (ESPN+), RSN partners, and in-venue video board shows, including pre-production assistance during the week and coverage of events on nights and weekends.
Content production and graphic build-out for video board shows and live events.
Equipment setup, breakdown, and maintenance.
Demonstrated experience in a live production setting, preferably in athletics.
Working knowledge of live broadcast software and hardware applications and systems, including NewTek TriCaster, 3Play, Wirecast, and Daktronics Show Control
Video editing experience with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Ability to lift 50 lbs.
Willingness and ability to work nights and weekends.
Adhere to NCAA, Ivy League, and ECAC rules and regulations.
Ability to uphold the commitment to Department of Athletics mission of Education Through Athletics and the values that define what it means to Be A TIGER.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of students, parents, alumni, senior administrators, faculty and staff.
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