Job Description - Manager, Multimedia Production
Description View created on 10/09/2015

Manager, Multimedia Production

FLSA Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: 20
Job Title ID: 182000
Job Series/Job Family: Instructional Technology Series / Instructional Development Services Family

Reports To

Director, Instructional Development Services

Job Purpose

To supervise the production of video projects to support the instructional and marketing needs of ACC; assures projects meet ACC standards and client needs.

Description of Duties and Tasks

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Plans, develops, and manages video projects; consults with internal and external clients to define project goals, communications concepts, scope, theme, audio and visual elements, budget, timeline, and priorities; analyzes problems and implements solutions according to Department guidelines.
  2. Evaluates project complexities, goals, and technical components; assigns and prioritizes projects.
  3. Supervises and provides technical leadership and guidance to Television Production Specialists; ensures compliance with policies and regulations, and that all issues are addressed and resolved; troubleshoots production problems and evaluates work quality of subordinate staff.
  4. Analyzes client request and conceptualizes creative solutions; writes and composes proposals, scripts, and storyboards; reviews proposals with client to develop appropriate project approach.
  5. Coordinates and performs pre-production activities such as schedules, shot sheets, crew assignments, talent acquisition, location scouting, set design, graphics preparation, and rehearsals.
  6. Hires and assigns studio personnel as needed, ensuring compliance with policies and regulations.
  7. Coordinates and performs technical setup of studio, including set design and construction, props and wardrobe, lighting, and electronics.
  8. Plans, directs, shoots and edits video productions; supervises crewmembers during studio and location production; performs duties of director, audio technician, camera operator, or grip as needed to assure production quality.
  9. Supervises and performs post-production activities, including scene selection, editing, graphics, special effects, music selection and scoring, and media conversion and duplication.
  10. Meets with clients to evaluate the effectiveness of finished products.
  11. Researches and makes purchase recommendations for video production and postproduction equipment and software.
  12. Tracks budgets and accounts for project expenditures; submits reports as required.
  13. Performs administrative duties; composes reports and maintains files and records.


Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.



Must possess required skills and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.


Computer Skills


Physical Requirements

Work Experience