CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Audio/Video Production Specialist (Multimedia) in WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
Audio/Video Production Specialist (Multimedia)
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Audio/Video Production Specialist (Multimedia)
City: WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States
Position ID: J1220-3008
Employment Type: Full Time
CGI Federal is seeking a Audio/Video Production Specialist to support the Multimedia division of the Department of Justice in Washington DC.
The Department of Justice Multimedia Management Section’s mission is to provide audiovisual, video and teleconferencing support to the facility at 2 Constitution Square located at 145 N Street, NE, Washington, DC and audiovisual and broadcast support at 950 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
• Set up laptops, screens & LCD projectors for meetings and conferences.
• General experience in use digital camera to support events, as needed.
• Set up microphones and sound systems and lighting for meeting and conference.
• Set up equipment for video teleconferencing.
• Maintain schedule of equipment use for all rooms in 2CON and ensure that all equipment is properly set up for meetings and events.
• Maintain working stock of expendables such as videotape, CD’s, DVD’s, batteries and bulbs by anticipating usage and generating documents to order needed supplies from vendors.
• Set up broadcast video cameras to ensure that proper balance and light settings are used.
• Ability to apply knowledge of proper lighting techniques for different video interviews and location situations.
• Apply knowledge of proper audio impedance to ensure signal integrity from the source through all electronic equipment to destination.
• Schedule conference room for 2CON calendars, employing good customer service skills and managing follow-through with associated scheduling paperwork and coordination.
• Other special duties as assigned that are within the scope of set duties.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
The candidate for this position should have a basic experience using electronic audiovisual equipment to include LCD projectors, House Sound, Wireless Microphones, basic mixers and VTC equipment and the ability to troubleshoot said equipment. The candidate should have Basic knowledge of video capture and audio for live events. In addition the candidate should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office particularly Microsoft Outlook. Hands-on and working knowledge of Crestron Systems, Barco Clickshare, Sony HDV XDCAM Video Camera, Soundcraft Ghost and Mackie audio consoles, and Adobe Creative Cloud Suite is helpful but not required. This person will be working mostly independently and should be an organized self-starter.
Must have Photography experience
Must be able to obtain a DOJ Public Trust security clearance
Must be able to pass a CGI Federal background investigation
Must have a HS diploma
What you can expect from us:
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