GRTV is hiring two new Video Services Specialists

posted by Ted Diedrich on 06/07/2021

GRTV Video Services Specialist

$12/hour (merit based raise after 60 days probationary period)
Part-time (15hrs/week)


GRTV serves the community by creating a non-discriminatory free speech platform for the citizens of Grand Rapids. The GRTV Video Services Specialist helps volunteer producers to create their own video for broadcast on the public access channel GRTV. This includes consultation, teaching classes, and helping them to use GRTV production equipment and software. In addition, the Video Services Specialist will be expected to aid in the production of internal video projects at GRTV, Wealthy Theatre, and WYCE.


Primary Responsibilities

  • Aiding members with equipment and facility use
  • Making reservations and lending equipment to members
  • Teaching basic video concepts to members
  • Producing video content for projects like Wealthy Theatre Presents, Kent County Commission Meetings, Songs From the Second Floor, City Connection and other non-profit organizational  programming produced by GRTV

Secondary Responsibilities

  • Work with the Programming Director to encode programming and fill gaps
  • Keep up with members and their current projects
  • Manage equipment inventory

Skills Required

  • Familiarity with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Suite
  • Detailed knowledge of video equipment and television production concepts
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Demonstrable time management skills
  • A forward-thinking mentality about the future of media in our community

*Not your average help-desk job. Calls for an attitude & ability to work with all walks of life that come through our door.

Please send your resume to ted@grcmc.org
Applications will be accepted through June 18th


Grand Rapids Community Media Center (GRCMC) provides a multitude of media resources for the West Michigan
community, all of which are available to area residents and organizations on a non-discriminatory and intentionally
inclusive basis. We work to ensure that a diverse array of individuals and partner organizations use and participate in
building community through all of GRCMC's media platforms, tools, education opportunities and resources.
GRCMC is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and equitable environment for community members,
volunteers and employees. GRCMC welcomes diversity in its many forms – including, but not limited to age, gender,
race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, cultural perspective and economic circumstances – with the goal
of providing all area residents platforms to participate in free speech, strengthen civil society, and advance a strong
democracy.

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