The Associate Director, Multimedia is responsible for editing video and creating world-class video projects for all Booth marketing content.Â This role functions as Boothâ™s skilled video producer/editor/storyteller who will shoot, edit and create stellar motion-based material while adhering to our core brand standards.Â A core application used in this role is Adobe Creative Suite with a strong understanding of layout, while placing importance on collaboration and teamwork to keep projects moving. Â The Associate Director presents creative concepts to senior level managers that are on-brand and on-target based on the scope of the project.
1) Contribute to the marketing and editorial efforts of Chicago Booth through the creation of motion and other design collateral.
2) Work under the art direction of the Associate Creative Director of Multimedia video production adhering to the Chicago Booth narrative style and brand visual voice.
3) Hands on post-production, including collaborative editing and motion graphics, preparing electronic files for web and social development, and managing workflow and production processes.
4) Strategically conceptualize scope and resources to design and execute a wide range of digital collateral in support of Booth branding and marketing.
5) Work with the creative team to support the development of multimedia and design from intake through project completion.
6) Work closely with key stakeholders to support multimedia efforts, assist in developing productions schedules, and help to coordinate locations, resources, talent (subjects) and workflow.
7) Assist in coordinating the scheduling, setup, and filming of on-location photo and video captures.
8) Conduct asset research including photography, archival footage, audio clips, etc.
9) Assist in the development of pre-production, production, and post-production processes; includes documentation, workflow, equipment, transportation, media management, equipment maintenance, equipment storage, digital asset management, media ingestion, and other duties as dictated by each production.
10) Develop and maintain motion graphics standards, assets, and templates.
11) Develop innovative screen graphics in Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere and Cinema 4D on an on-going basis.
12) Consult and concept motion graphics sequences, info graphics, and template.
13) Design digital assets for all marketing channels including the web and social media.
14) Facilitate and assist in the capture of footage from live events, interviews and b-roll.
15) Prepare and encode videos for use on various media.
16) Support the Chicago Booth brand standards system for social media graphics both static and motion.
17) Familiar with the process of uploading, tagging, and executing graphics.
18) Produce print graphics as requested when applicable.
1) Complete familiarity with Apple Macintosh environment.
2) Deep knowledge of and fluency with The Adobe Creative Suite.
3) Outstanding attention to detail, ability to juggle multiple projects in deadline-oriented environment.
4) Work under direction with minimal supervision.
5) Proven ability to meet tight deadlines and to work successfully under pressure.
6) Work successfully with a wide variety of people inside and outside the University, including the Creative Director, developers, partners, alumni, faculty, and others.Â
7) Meet new people easily and be at ease interacting professionally with them.
8) Present concepts effectively to the central Marketing Team, its partners, and the larger Chicago Booth community.
9) Work successfully as part of a team, including the ability to give and receive constructive feedback and to articulate and defend a principled point of view.
10) Work on multiple projects simultaneously.
11) Convey how a program or initiative will be expressed in multiple channels.
12) Willing and able to travel periodically, including out-of-state.
1) Bachelor's degree with a concentration in film, multimedia, journalism, design, or a related field.
1) At least three years of experience in photography and multimedia production.
2) Experience in After Effects, Premiere Pro, Cinema 4D (or similar 3D software).
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2) Cover letter
3) Multimedia work samples
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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