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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
Company: State of Louisiana
Address: Baton Rouge, LA
State of Louisiana
This vacancy is located in the Louisiana State Police Training Academy Section-Baton Rouge.
No Civil Service test score is required in order to be considered for this vacancy.
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For further information about this vacancy contact:
Danielle Hett, Human Resource Analyst
Department of Public Safety/Human Resources Management
PO Box 66909
Baton Rouge, LA 70896
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Function of Work:
To produce broadcast and nonbroadcast training and public relations programming for the Department of Public Safety and Corrections (DPSC), Public Safety Services and to perform a variety of other tasks related to audio-visual operations.
Level of Work:
Broad direction from a State Police Captain.
Functional or project basis over cast and crew.
Location of Work:
Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Public Safety Services, Office of State Police.
Differs from Television Director by responsibility for and performance of all production activities and by performance of more complex duties such as budget monitoring and development, bid specification writing, long-range planning, and content development.
Differs from Television Engineering and Production Manager by lack of responsibility for complex engineering duties.
Casts, produces, and directs location and studio videotaping, off- line and on-line videotape editing, script writing, and audio recording and editing for broadcast and nonbroadcast programs.
Plans, organizes, and directs studio or location activities of assigned productions.
Formulates current and long-range program ideas, plans, and schedules.
Coordinates work by scheduling activity of assigned production personnel when available.
Develops and monitors budget recommendations for personnel, services, equipment, and materials for each assigned production.
Researches topics scheduled for production and writes scripts.
Coordinates contracting for services needed to support program production.
Maintains records, prepares reports, and drafts correspondence relative to program productions.
Maintains contracts for repairs of studio and field equipment.
Drafts TV production equipment specifications and recommendations for the DPSC.
Produces pictures and slides using a 35mm camera.
Performs preventive maintenance on TV and audio-visual equipment.
Maintains video tape and film library along with medial checkout procedures.
Sets up and operates classroom video equipment (cameras, recorder, players, and monitors), 16mm movie and 35mm slide projectors, and film strip or overhead projectors.
Troubleshoots and repairs TV studio and field equipment.