TV Production Coordinator (through March 3)
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A well-established advocacy and lobbying organization with a focus on foreign affairs and national headquarters offices in Washington, DC is looking to engage an early career media production professional in a temporary TV Production Coordinator role starting on February 10 and continuing through March 3. The position will be focused on the development of content for a major international conference that will take place in Washington, DC during the first week of March. The person in this role will join an established in-house video production team.
The hiring organization's annual conference will welcome more than 15,000 participants, from all 50 states and all over the world. Guests and speakers at the conference have historically included world leaders, among them heads of state. This role will offer full-time hours and a guaranteed weekly wage. Please see more details regarding hours, the weekly pay rate and wage terms below.
We are ideally seeking candidates with one to three years of experience working on live television programming -- preferably news, in a professional or academic production environment.
Specific responsibilities include:
* Coordinate with others on the production team to ensure that all elements needed for programs are organized and formatted correctly.
Ideal qualifications include:
* Demonstrated capacity to juggle and manage numerous projects simultaneously.
Brainstorm Creative Resources is recruiting for this position at the request of the hiring organization -- a group we have supported on an annual basis, on a wide variety of hiring efforts for more than ten years. We typically post salary and rate ranges in public-facing job descriptions (see below), but we do not typically include employer names. If you are interested in applying for this position, we hope you will allow us to represent you, rather than working independently to identify the hiring organization so that you can inquire with them directly.
Finally, while this position is currently defined as “temporary,” and we are not actively offering it as a “temporary-to-permanent” transition opportunity, we can share that our client his hired temporary Brainstorm Creative Resources employees into full-time positions in years past.
(1) a temporary role starting on Monday, February 10;
As noted elsewhere in this job description, this role will feel like a full-time position for the duration of the assignment. All work will be done either (a) at the employer's workplace, which is in a contemporary, privately owned office building a short distance from Union Station or (b) on-site at the conference venue, which is the Washington Convention Center. Candidates must be interested in working roughly 40-hours/week -- typical full-time hours. Individuals who can only work part-time or who are interested in working from home should not apply. The workplace is easily accessible via car, Metrorail and Metrobus and there are many parking garage and metered on-street parking options.
Brainstorm Creative Resources strives to pay competitively. However, it is unlikely (but not impossible) that we will be able to pay early career applicants near the top of the stated salary range. Alternatively, highly experienced professionals whose resumes indicate substantial, relevant experience can expect that we will make a strong case to our client, to pay you at or near the top of the range.
The actual weekly rate offered will be commensurate with your experience and will largely be based on the following factors: credentials as detailed in your resume, your interview experiences with Brainstorm Creative Resources and the client organization, and quality of reference providers and references provided.
1) Closely read the complete job description to ensure that you are a terrific fit for the opportunity.
We expect all interested parties to support their application and salary request with a cover letter that clearly indicates their fitness for the position. Only candidates currently residing within a commutable distance of Washington, DC should apply. Applicants not currently living in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia, or who inquire without a cover letter, resume and/or work samples should not expect to receive a response. Brainstorm Creative Resources and the hiring organization are EEO employers.
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