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Orlando, Florida Area
• Intermediate Level
Job Summary: The Disney Live Entertainment-Digital Design Studio digitally designs costumes, stage and Attraction set pieces, parade floats, props, Animatronics figures, etc., domestically & internationally, is looking for a highly motivated and experienced Digital Sculptor to join the Disney Live Entertainment Digital Design Studio team.
This position will report to the Manager-Costuming Innovation Center.
Responsibilities: • Deliver digital sculpts to project teams as required, including honest conversations with project teams on deliverables related to creative, schedule, and budget • Independently partner with Project Teams on design intent, effectively resolving issues/concerns with digital assets and prioritizing deliverables to meet project needs and objectives • Visualize and efficiently digitally sculpt organic figures and/or modeling at times on the fly in meetings • Design, develop, and produce high quality digital sculpts, both artistically and technically, ensuring mesh makeup of files seamlessly migrates to production
Basic Qualifications: • Ability to work independently while striving for an integrated design experience with multiple disciplines, always with an eye toward demands of the final product • Ability to work very efficiently in ZBrush and/or animation/modeling software • Organized in the practical and digital realms • Ability to strive for an integrated design experience with multiple disciplines • Expertise in traditional and digital sculpting • Innate curiosity to problem solve, and learn new approaches from design styles and creative approaches to software packages that increase productivity • Ability to anticipate project milestones with the ability to proactively and professionally communicate issues and concerns to the appropriate parties • Ability to work with a diverse team in a cross-functional fast-paced project environment • Always have an eye on future technologies and how they may, or may not improve the ability to digitally sculpt/design
Preferred Qualifications: • Highly self-motivated & positive • Ability to independently seek out information and learning opportunities
Required Education • Bachelor’s Degree in Traditional/Digital Sculpting or equivalent experience
Preferred Education • Masters Degree in Traditional/Digital Sculpting or equivalent experience
This role is considered on-site, which means the employee will work from a Company designated location on an ongoing basis.
The Associate Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the quality, schedule and scope of Costume Design projects by ensuring streamlined communication, product movement and process flow from concept design through implementation and closeout.
Assist the project team with coordinating the various components of the costume design project lifecycle
Develops and maintains project lists, labor, budget & project trackers, shipping documents, and design input matrixes
Gather, organize, maintain, and distribute design documentation, presentations, strategies and communication
Prepares visually dynamic collateral and closeout documentation for appropriate archiving and Show Quality Standards use
Monitors meetings and other communications and provides updates as necessary in order to ensure proper integration and to resolve issues in a timely manner
Directs own tasks under immediate supervision of Design and Development leadership
Minimum 1 year related experience Costuming or Fashion related field
Proven familiarity with Mac operating system
Demonstrated proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite with a focus on Photoshop
Proven experience with graphic design and the ability to build visually dynamic design presentations
Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills
Proven ability to take direction, adapt to change, establish relationships, and collaborate in a team environment
Demonstrated ability to coordinate through conflict and problem-solve issues to resolution
Proven ability to work with various levels of leadership
Minimum 1 year Walt Disney World experience
High School Degree or Equivalent
Bachelor’s Degree in Theater, Fashion, Merchandising, Graphic Design or Entertainment-related field
This role is considered hybrid, which means the employee will work a portion of their time on-site from a Company designated location and the remainder of their time remotely.
CNBC, the world leader in business news, is seeking a Podcast Producer with exceptional storytelling skills and podcast production experience to support the day-to-day production of CNBC’s flagship daily news podcasts, and the launches of upcoming news podcast series under CNBC’s Business Day brands.
The ideal candidate will have solid business news acumen and editorial judgment, with exceptional audio production skills, and will demonstrate a strong capability to weigh in on and contribute to related podcast projects. A strong candidate will also have experience adapting TV content to an audio-first voice and telling compelling business news stories.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a short-term position unless otherwise amended or terminated as deliverables within this project are completed.
Role & Responsibilities
Lead production of at least two weekly news podcast series
Audio tape producing, including real-time scripting, and editing of live and just-aired show segments for daily news podcast under tight deadline
Partner with editors on process, content, revisions to meet publish deadlines
Plan story development and production processes
Sort through multimedia content – videos, scripts, newsletters, and more -- to develop, adapt, and create compelling segments and stories
Produce and write scripts for episodes, including intros, teases, edited segments, edited descriptions, and social media posts
Pre-produce evergreen segments
Maintain music cue sheets, master episode list, archived segments, etc.
Partner with anchors, reporters, producers, and editors in developing stories and production process
Other related production duties as required
Qualifications/Requirements: • At least 5 years of audio production or related storytelling experience • High level of skill in audio production and writing • Ability to work in a fast-paced news environment • Familiarity with tools like Adobe Audition, iNEWS, Stratus, and Edius • Experience producing, mixing, and editing audio content on tight deadlines • Strong audio mixing and editing experience • Strong organizational skills, along with exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills • Knowledge of CNBC's content and brand
Desired Characteristics: • At least 2 years in news or nonfiction audio storytelling • Experience coaching and working with talent • Able to multi-task and prioritize, and capable of handling projects with minimal oversight • Detail-oriented self-starter with strong problem-solving and project management skills • Avid podcast consumer, particularly of news and business stories • Ability to navigate a complex production environment with ease
Sort and Distribute mail, magazines, Fed-Ex and packages to all show employees
Have reliable transportation to make off-lot and on-lot runs to pick up various items for the show. (i.e. camera cards, food, magazines, props, accounting runs, wardrobe runs, etc.
Assist with set-up and break-down of production COVID-19 testing site
Maintain the upkeep and stock the kitchen daily
Maintain the upkeep and stock of the copy room, printers, and faxes throughout the office
Assist Producers and ENG crews on shoots
Escort our Live show guests onto our secured stage
Assist other departments when needed
Maintain a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
Ability to pull, push, lift and carry up to 20 lbs.
Other various duties as assigned by your Supervisor
Basic Qualifications: • Minimum 1 year of experience working with Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) • Minimum 1 year of experience in Television Production
Eligibility Requirements: • Interested candidates must submit a resume for this job online to be considered • Willingness to work long hours and on some weekends with short notice • Must be willing to work in Universal City, CA • Must be covered by Solutions, NBCU's Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
Desired Characteristics: • College degree preferred • Strong Organizational, and leadership skills with great attention to detail • Strong communication skills and relationship building ability • Demonstrated ability to think clearly and quickly under pressure • Must demonstrate a high quality of work performed, both accurately and efficiently • Must work effectively under own initiative and strict deadlines • Self-Starters who are assertive, enthusiastic and highly motivated
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Specialty Producer, WPTV (Temporary)
West Palm Beach, Florida Area
• Intermediate Level
The Specialty Producer produces compelling stories for multiple platforms which may include investigative stories and special projects.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
Research, develop, and plan investigative stories or special projects. This may include live or prerecorded newscasts/local programs and editing or repurposing existing content to enhance the end product.
Write and edit scripts.
Work closely with MMJs, and/or investigative reporters and content producers as stories are produced for multiple platforms.
May be responsible for tip line, emails, and responding to viewers.
Shoot still and moving video.
Edit desktop video.
May lead investigations, conduct interviews or be called upon for undercover field work.
Work with editors to utilize graphics and other tools to visually enhance storytelling.
May lead special projects, conduct interviews, and enterprise original story ideas.
May be involved in repurposing existing content to be showcased in a unique way.
Other duties as assigned.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
Bachelor's degree in journalism or related field, or equivalent experience.
Minimum of 5 years as a television news writer or producer with a background in enterprise or investigative journalism preferred.
WHAT YOU'LL BRING:
Knowledge and demonstration of creativity, editorial judgment, journalistic ethics and libel law.
Solid understanding and demonstration of multimedia file formats and strong computer skills.
Working knowledge of federal, state, and local laws impacting operations.
Knowledge and proficiency in posting content to television station websites.
Must be a team player and adapt to developing situations quickly.
Must be an excellent conversational writer with solid news judgement and a positive attitude.
Valid driver's license and good driving record required. In addition, proof of insurance and liability coverage may be required.
Be part of a winning team with a diverse culture that believes in supporting, mentoring, and training our staff. We are searching for an experienced Stage Manager. As part of our total compensation benefits package we offer comprehensive medical plans, three weeks’ vacation, 401k, and tuition reimbursement just to name a few.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Organizing the studio for all newscasts—prompting & cueing Anchors during the newscasts & restoring the stage for the next shift to include some studio maintenance
Floor directing for talent and crews with either multi-camera or single-camera shooting from the Control Room (and on location) during broadcasts
Floor directing for all types of television station programs: Sports, promotion, local programming, community affairs, commercials and remotes.
This position consults with the Directors, Producers, Anchors and all other crewmembers on production needs and directly reports to the Studio Production manager.
Skill using wireless lavalier microphones including daily testing, charging, and the ability to dress mics on talent & guests
Use of ladders and/or motorized lifts scaling to a height of 25’
Ability to lift & carry studio items up to 20lbs
Working knowledge of studio lighting
Ignite, Inews, AutoCue experience or other newscast automation --a plus
Valid California Driver’s License
High school diploma is required;
4-year College degree is preferred.
Candidate should have some experience with fast-paced television productions.
Ignite, Inews, AutoCue experience or other newscast automation is required.
A strong technical understanding of new technology is also required.
Excellent communication and leadership skills are required.
Professional working attitude & excellent time management.
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