May 12, 2022

Edit Lab Supervisor

Confidential New Jersey, New Jersey

Oversee the day to day operations of the Teen Edit Lab(s), including but not limited to, managing edit classes and open edit schedule, determine staffing needs, and ensuring all film students successfully export final project(s) Facilitate and oversee all aspects of the hiring process for Edit Lab TAs Supervise Edit Lab TAs and determine schedule based on program needs Develop an onboarding process for newly hired Edit Lab TAs, such as training, orientation, uniform distribution, etc Develop workflow procedures, in collaboration with with Teen TA Coordinator, Teen Equipment Room Manager, and Teen Post Production Supervisor Maintain various logistics necessary to ensure the smooth running of the Teen Edit Lab Collaborate with TA Coordinator to determine staffing needs for Edit Lab and maintain schedule to ensure successful operation of the Edit Lab(s) Create and maintain effective channels of communication with the Teen Office, Teen TA Coordinator, and Main Edit Lab Assist Post Production Supervisor in obtaining necessary acting for film footage and provide staffing assistance when needed Supervise student post production and offer technical assistance to students to ensure their proper and safe use of equipment and software Facilitate a safe and effective environment at all times Approve and review TA staff payroll biweekly Advise students on technical and creative matters Assist with the build out of the Teen Edit Lab before the program begins Assist with the breakdown of the Teen Edit Lab after the program ends Support the Teen Office with facilities and operations needs on a needs basis Determine equipment, software, or other supply needs and communicate with with Operations to obtain Support Summer Camp Administrative staff with facilities and operations needs Prep and organize footage before Edit classes and/or Open Edit Provide assistance during Edit Classes or instruction, on a need basis Other duties as assigned by Teen Camp Director, Assistant Director, or senior management KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES: Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds including students, faculty and staff Experience and comfortability with students ages 14-17 Ability to work hard, responds to emergencies, and always maintains the safety and educational environment for the students A strong grasp of Final Cut, Avid and Adobe Premiere Strong technical grasp of film equipment such as HMC, 5D Mark II, C300, shotgun mics, tripods, onboard shock mounts, c-stands, boom poles, etc. Strong customer service skills with the ability to meet and serve the public, both in person and by telephone, tactfully and effectively Ability to work well in a team atmosphere Perform basic math Understand written procedures, write routine documents, and speak clearly; and understand multi-step written and oral instructions Ability to work in a highly demanding, multiple task environment, with changing priorities is key Ethical/Honest - evidence of the practice of a high level of confidentiality Service and Action-oriented – does what it takes to meet student expectations Collaborative – enlists information from all sources to ensure the best solution to an issue EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE and CERTIFICATION: High School/GED required. Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Suite – Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint Experience and comfortability with students ages 14-17 REPRESENTATIVE MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND/OR SOFTWARE USED: The following machines, tools, equipment and / or software are commonly, but not always, associated with the performance of this position. The mission of the New York Film Academy is to educate students interested in the field of visual storytelling. New York Film Academy (NYFA) is an equal opportunity employer.

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