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job-img Digital Multimedia Video Producer Mexico • Intermediate Level
Our mission is to create the most engaging content in Hispanic media and develop the most powerful entertainment content for Hispanic Women in the United States with a high level of storytelling around beauty, fashion, food, wellness, empowerment, and more, as we are inclusive and creative.


The Multimedia video producer/ editor will create original videos for different platforms. The ideal candidate understands how every platform is different and how content needs to adapt to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube.  The position requires a high level of creativity, communication skills, and passion for growth. You are able to own a project from ideation to publication, work with other team ideas, and assist with different video projects and formats – including livestreams, Short stories, and GIFFs. You have a deep knowledge of social media best practices, trends, influencers, creators and how to engage an audience through video storytelling.

The successful candidate will ensure Univision continues to set the bar of top-quality content in Spanish and to innovate in the way we present the stories our audience truly love.

  • Ideate, pitch, produce, and edit video franchises for different platforms
  • Work closely with Lifestyle editors to produce video content that aligns with project objectives
  • Manage production timelines, create schedules, determine resources, estimate time, track costs and project completion requirements for all video productions
  • Coordinate third party resources and freelancers as necessary
  • Identify opportunities for adoption of new formats and platforms based on insights and social media trends across platforms
  • “Hands on” approach when it comes to content creation –write, design, edit, give direction, and feedback.
  • Work with Branded Content team to execute brand integrations and ensure partnership executions for sponsored campaigns
  • 3+ years producing videos for social media media
  • Experience in visual storytelling and deep understanding of digital platforms
  • Experience with short form and long form content
  • Able to make quick decisions and give accurate and clear instructions
  • Experience working with photographers, animators, and editors
  • You are extremely organized, and have strong attention to detail
  • You have technical production skills and experience managing production equipment including video cameras, lighting, and audio equipment
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job-img Coordinator, Human Resources Greater New York City Area • Emerging Level
We support the Entertainment Networks and Entertainment Content business at NBCU which comprises the NBC broadcast network and six Cable networks: Bravo, E!, USA, Oxygen, SYFY and Universal Kids.  

In this role, you will support a diverse group of employees across Entertainment including Marketing, Content Acquisitions and Program Scheduling.  You will also have exposure to HR projects that span: onboarding, rewards and recognition, performance feedback, talent attraction and development, and HR’s business impact.  In the day to day, you will help solve problems involving: Benefits, Payroll, Compensation, HR Operations, Talent Acquisition, Finance and Data Analytics. 

  • Serve as primary expert for all HR systems and transactions to keep our business running 
  • Prepare job requisitions for open positions and own staffing for early career programs and roles 
  • Run as point person to onboard and offboard all employees  
  • Support cross-portfolio initiatives including merit planning, bonus planning, performance management, succession planning, learning and development events and diversity programming 
  • Able to own people analytics and generate meaningful metrics and tell a story with data for our complex organization  
  • Maintain organizational charts and various HR files 
  • Own planning and logistics for team meetings, trainings, and employee and intern events 
  • Step into a project driver role as needed for HR team projects both local and company-wide 
  • Keep the team ahead of the curve through proactive industry awareness and research 
Basic Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Industrial Labor Relations or related field 
  • 1+ years of experience in a professional work setting 
Desired Characteristics:
  • Service Minded – You put employee needs first 
  • Systems savvy – You’re proficient with MS Power Point, Excel, Word, Outlook and intuitively navigate HR systems 
  • Analytical – You’ve never met a data point you didn’t like. You enjoy telling stories and drawing insights through numbers  
  • Communicates with ease – You have a way with words; written and verbal 
  • Agile - Extremely flexible and able to shift priorities as needed and manage several work streams at a time 
  • Resourceful – If you don’t have the answer, you figure it out. You’re comfortable navigating a complex environment to obtain info and seek buy-in  
Additional Requirements:
  • This position has been designated as hybrid, generally contributing from the office a minimum of three days per week.
Salary range: $40,000 - $55,000
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job-img Segment Producer , MSNBC on Peacock - Specials Greater New York City Area • Intermediate Level
  • Research, report and write daily segments.
  • Determine video and sound for assigned segments.
  • Communicate daily story development with Senior Producer.
  • Be in control room during airing of live segment.
  • When warranted, field produce segments.
  • Take part in editorial planning.
  • Pitch story ideas.
  • Produce segments for show content that appears on digital and streaming
Basic Qualifications:
  • Must have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Strong writing skills and knowledge of American politics.
  • Strong research and reporting skills.
  • 5 years of experience in some form of journalism required (i.e. cable or network news, website, newspaper).
  • Edit room experience and breaking news experience is preferred.
  • Candidate should be able to deal with daily script deadline pressure.
Desired Qualifications:
  • Possess ability to develop story ideas, research and plan segments.
  • Ability to "book" guests, and work with graphics and video elements.
  • Exceptional editorial skills: Ability to recognize stories with high potential for provocative, compelling television.
  • Knowledge of current events, politics and pop culture.
  • Wide-range reader of news, including op-eds.
  • Proficient in both tape and desktop editing.
Additional Job Requirements:
  • Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through to be considered.
  • Must be willing to work in New York, NY.
  • Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.
  • Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, under tight deadline pressure, including breaking news.
Salary Range : $85,000-$110,000
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job-img Character Look Development Artist Vancouver, BC, Canada • Intermediate Level
We value self-motivated artists who thrive in a collaborative environment.

Hybrid and Remote opportunities for our Vancouver Studio are specific to remote work within the province of British Columbia.

  • Work closely with asset supervisors and production designers to develop the look of the characters of our animated films
  • Author materials, textures, hair and fur grooms 
  • Bring assets to technically efficient and artistically appealing final completion
  • Bachelors degree in digital art, computer graphics, or related field
  • Experience with hair grooming and knowledge of garments
  • 3+ years of professional experience in Character Look Development 
  • Ability to understand, interpret and implement highly stylized art direction
  • Strong technical skills toward achieving an art-directable aesthetic
  • Ability to work closely with others in a collaborative environment
  • Knowledge of materials and procedural geometry
  • Proficiency in texturing and digital painting
  • Physically-based rendering experience
  • Maya experience
  • Linux experience
  • Understanding the production pipeline
  • Shader-writing and scripting knowledge is beneficial
  • Environment Look Development experience is a plus
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job-img TA/PH - Producer, Disney Cruise Line Orlando, Florida Area • Expert Level
You will guide the show development, technical, and production teams to ensure execution of creative intent. You will also continually monitor project status as to timeliness, schedules, budgets, scope, updates, meetings, and adjust as necessary to keep on time, on budget and on creative target.

You will report to the Managing Producer.

  • Lead the team through successful development, feasibility, design, production and delivery of Disney Cruise Line theatrical and family entertainment experiences.
  • Understand the big picture, know the stakeholders and leverage partnerships.
  • Function in a leader of leader capacity to both direct and indirect reports, both in person and remote settings.
  • Work closely with the show/creative director, always looking for ways to support creative vision, innovation, and immersive storytelling with a focus on eliminating barriers for the entire team.
  • Responsible for negotiating contracts and making creative/design compromises where necessary.
  • Partner with and support the cruise director and operations support team in maintaining the Guest experience during product installs and rehearsals.
  • Accountable to the financial success of assigned projects including securing of funding through capital requests, operational funding requests, communication of operational expense impacts and leadership of the production manager who is responsible for the financial details.
  • Communicate project concepts and key information to all levels of leadership, always mindful of company-wide efficiency efforts and targets.
  • Provide leadership, guidance and Cast Member support to all members of the project team and must be able to provide concise and clear direction to achieve project goals.
  • Champion for safety, for environmental stewardship, for inclusion and other corporate initiatives, ultimately enhancing the Guest/Cast Experience and driving business results.
  • Champion a culture and environment aligned to Disney Cruise Line and Disney Parks Live Entertainment business goals and expectations.
  • Travel extensively for assigned projects.
Basic Qualifications:
  • Minimum 8 years' experience in a strong, diversified team leadership role in entertainment show production, live event production and/or technical disciplines.
  • Minimum 5 years project management experience.
  • Core knowledge and familiarity with theatrical technologies, i.e. Lighting, Special Effects, Pyrotechnics, Audio, Projection, Show Systems, Costuming, Set Design and Construction.
  • Demonstrated ability to negotiate, organize, provide direction and complete multiple tasks in a timely manner.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of programs, spreadsheet and presentation software, Microsoft Outlook, including collaboration tools and file sharing programs with demonstrated willingness/ability to learn new software applications.
  • Strong interpersonal relationship skills and ability to lead conflict resolution with proven successful experience in team building and cross-functional collaboration.
  • Ability to champion continuous process improvement.
  • Effective problem-solving skills, enhancing the success of each project.
  • Proven strong presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated exceptional communication skills, including ability to communicate knowledgeably with multiple partners at multiple levels, including site, domestic, and global executives.
  • Demonstrated strong leadership, delegation and partnering skills.
  • Strong business knowledge of budgets and schedules.
  • Trusted and respected leader that guides with integrity.
  • Willing to take risks and adjust as needed to the desired outcome.
  • Ability receive and deliver honest, actionable and credible feedback to team members, as appropriate.
  • Willingness to travel extensively on various domestic and international assignments as needed for Disney Cruise Line and related projects.
  • Available and willing to work weekends, holidays and third shift, as needed.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of Entertainment Production and Operations in a professional theatrical, cruise line or theme park environment.
  • Fluency in any other language is a plus (German, Spanish, French, Mandarin, Japanese, Spanish, etc.).
Education Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in theater, design, entertainment, or equivalent.
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job-img TA/PH - Production Assistant, Disney Cruise Line Orlando, Florida Area • Emerging Level
You will report to the Producer.

Your Responsibilities:
  • Provide administrative support throughout the show life cycle of assigned projects, such as scheduling production team meetings, capturing accurate, concise notes from that meeting, and distributing them to the team in order to communicate key project information and timelines. 
  • Gather meeting and presentation materials. Set-up and strike all meeting needs and technology for a variety of collaboration spaces.
  • Procure supplies necessary for the project. Coordinate appropriate shipping and oversee overall procurement logistics. 
  • Create project documentation including, but not limited to, task lists, milestones, contact lists, project calendars, travel grids, and elements lists.
  • Coordinate collaboration tool access for the project team along with other team systems.
  • Provide consistent, timely event/project updates to appropriate partners, such as shipboard/shoreside operations teams, vendors, etc. 
  • Manage and arrange all travel logistics such as air, ground, and sea travel for production team traveling for a project. Ensure all aspects of travel, such as hotels and car rentals, are arranged and accurately track these arrangements. Work with other shoreside teams when needed to finalize travel details.  
  • Partner with Immigration Compliance to obtain travel packets for team members traveling outside the country.
  • Coordinate catering needs for the project team, while considering dietary preferences, both on the ship and shoreside.
  • Document rehearsals and performances using photos and videos for the production team.
  • Stay current with company issued training and assist outside vendors with getting signed up for mandatory security training.
  • Serve as the point of contact in requesting/scheduling internal and external talent for rehearsals, fittings, and performances as directed by the Production Manager. 
Basic Qualifications:
  • Minimum of 2 years of project coordination experience in a live show, event, or theatrical experience setting.
  • Proven ability to create and follow agendas, schedule meetings, follow-up on action items, meet deadlines, and complete tasks in a timely manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and deliver quality, timely work, within tight deadlines across multiple projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment while being flexible to ever-changing priorities.
  • Demonstrated strong verbal, written, and listening communication skills.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Outlook, Smartsheet, Keynote presentation software, and zoom, along with travel and project management software. 
  • Proven ability in the use of collaboration tools and file sharing programs with the willingness to learn new applications.
  • Demonstrated skills in coordinating meeting technology, such as conference calls, video-teleconferencing, and other virtual meeting connectivity.
  • Demonstrated problem solving and ability to identify areas for continuous process improvement.
  • Trusted and respected team member that guides with integrity and the ability to handle/manage confidential information with discretion.
  • Self-starter who takes initiative to assess needs proactively and provide resourceful solutions.
  • Proven ability to provide excellent service to Cast, Crew, Guests, Clients, and Partners.
  • Available and willing to work weekends, holidays, and third shift, as needed.
  • Consistent and high-quality work ethic.
  • Strong organizational skills with ability to organize and coordinate talent.
  • Willingness to travel extensively on various domestic and international assignments as needed for Disney Cruise Line and/or Disney Signature Experience assignments.
  • Available and willing to work weekends, holidays, and third shift as needed.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of Entertainment Production and Operations in a professional theatrical, theme park, or cruise line environment.
  • Fluency in any additional languages is (German, Spanish, Mandarin, French, Japanese, etc.).
Education Requirements:
  • High School Degree or Equivalent.
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job-img Producer Singapore • Intermediate Level
The Producer will work closely with supervising producers, junior producers and Operations to build a live news TV program for CNBC Asia Pacific. You will conceive, pitch and discuss news stories, make decisions on the program line-up, as well as provide strategic input on guests to invite onto a show. The successful candidate is an accomplished news producer with strong editorial and in-depth knowledge of business and financial markets. There will also be opportunities to develop people management skills and take on manager responsibilities to develop junior team members.

  • Conceive show ideas, news story ideas, interview direction
  • Line produce, write and stack lineup
  • Write and/or review scripts
  • Use CNBC systems, graphics, CGs, Hotboards (for stock charts) to deliver engaging news stories to CNBC’s audience
  • Build and maintain stellar production standards within CNBC Asia Pacific’s live, real-time news program format
  • Communicate effectively in the gallery and provide clear instructions to junior producers and/or Operations team
  • React to breaking news quickly, adjust and adapt to changing situations during live programming
  • Prioritize and manage tasks assigned to you independently
  • Co-manage the TV production team with the senior producers
  • Assist in curating content for, as required
  • Excellent news editorial judgement
  • In-depth knowledge of business financial markets, geopolitical and economic news
  • Ability to work efficiently with accuracy in a fast-paced newsroom and meet tight deadlines
  • Develop a clear understanding of CNBC’s editorial standards and programming priorities
  • Flexibility in working different shifts, including on weekends or public holidays, as required
  • Effective communicator and collaborator, professionally interacting with colleagues at varying levels across the business
  • Experience with outdoor broadcast would be advantageous
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and people development/management experience would be advantageous
  • A passion for broadcasting, media and content production
  • Relevant university degree or diploma
  • 5 years + experience in television news production
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job-img Photographer Greater Los Angeles Area • Intermediate Level
  • The field photographer will work closely with News operations, management, On-Air reporters  and other newsroom personnel to gather high-quality and informative news stories to be used on all media platforms.
  • The Ideal candidate will be held to the highest journalistic standards.
  • Field photographers also work on other station projects as assigned.
  • Adhere to company safety  and daily operational policies .
Basic Qualifications
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in News camera/field photography
  • Must be fully knowledgeable in all aspects of ENG field operations
  • Must be proficient working with Edius edit, Dalet and Adobe Premiere
  • Must be proficient in digital video workflows (FTP, Bonded-Cellular, and/or IP connectivity) 
  • Must be able to operate a microwave truck and other vehicles in a safe manner
  • Job requires the ability to perform well outside in all kinds of weather and with a high degree of self-sufficiency
  • Ability to lift various equipment up to 35 LBS
  • Must be fluent in Spanish read and write
  • Must be self-motivated, collaborative and possess a high level of creativity to tell stories with sound and images
  • Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV online to be considered 
  • Must be willing to work in Los Angeles and surrounding area. 
  • Must be willing to submit to a background investigation
  • This position is covered under a collective bargaining agreement between the Company and the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians Union (NABET). Successful candidate will be required to join the NABET Union if not already a member and remain a member in good standing of that union
  • Must be able to work weekends, longer hours or varying shifts when necessary to meet production and broadcast deadlines
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
  • Degree in broadcast journalism/Production, Military or related education/work experience. . 
  • Excellent photographer in Newsgathering sense, News production, station promotions and other general station projects as assigned
  • Work independently and capture informative and reliable newsgathering pictures and audio for broadcast
  • Exceptional knowledge navigating the Internet and working with computers and digital equipment
  • Work with others efficiently under daily and deadline pressure
  • Productively excel within a fast-paced and multi-cultural broadcast operations and local news team environment
  • Solve technical issues in the field  
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