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The Video Operations Director manages all aspects of video related activities and operations for women's basketball, including all game and practice activities, as well as participates in on campus recruitment activities with prospective student athletes. S/he identifies and develops video highlights for use in various promotional venues in concert with the External Relations staff. The incumbent ensures that all of the responsibilities of this position are conducted within the Department, University, NCAA, Conference, state and federal philosophies, rules, and regulations. Reporting to the Head Women's Basketball Coach, the Video Operations Director has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Provides support to the Head and Assistant Coaches in all areas related to video production, analysis, and management.
Manages all video-related activities for the Georgetown University Women's Basketball operations, including the coordination, management, and video analysis of practice, opponents, and game film for study, development, and scout purposes.
Creates and maintains an extensive database and video library of all plays including written diagrams and video supplement, with the ability to reference and communicate such information to the coaching staffs as required.
Conceptualizes and designs, with input from coaching staff, a videotaping plan with regards to camera positions and assignments during practices and games.
Supervises, manages, and mentors the assigned graduate students and student managers assisting with filming duties.
Provides assistance to the staff of Athletics External Relations for the development and use of all promotional and pre-game videos for the men's basketball program.
Participates in the production of highlight videos for promotional, recruitment, and motivational use, handling the preparation and ensuring the arrival of all equipment for transportation to athletic events.
Participates in the coordination of film exchanges in accordance with Conference and NCAA guidelines, which includes documenting the number of copies and adhering to deadlines, shipping guidelines, and formats.
Performs routine maintenance on equipment, which includes troubleshooting and maintenance of video equipment and software.
Participates in activities related to on-campus recruiting of prospective student-athletes, as well as off-campus recruiting as requested by the Head Coaches, and per approval through proper NCAA procedures.
At least 2 years of experience performing administrative and game support functions for a Division 1 basketball program
Demonstrated experience and training with video editing software
An understanding of the correct application of NCAA regulations
Excellent organizational, communication, and public relations skills
Three years of experience of video and statistical analysis for a Division 1 basketball program to assist coaches in the preparation of a game plan
Prior experience working as a liaison with Athletics offices/departments including Compliance and Marketing
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