Student Reporting Labs (SRL), part of a national youth journalism program that connects classrooms and afterschool programs to local PBS stations and the PBS NewsHour has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Associate Producer with a passion for education and journalism. The Digital Associate Producer is responsible for maintaining SRL’s website and producing content for multiple platforms, including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. A background in video editing, motion graphics and design is essential, as well as experience creating videos that have high engagement on social platforms. The Digital Associate Producer will work with the SRL team to build a metrics system for web, social and broadcast platforms with quarterly benchmarks and digital growth strategies. The Digital Associate Producer will work with the community engagement team to plan and execute campaigns. Candidates must be highly organized with experience in project management.
Must have a college degree in journalism, communication, or related field and a minimum 3 years professional experience producing video content for web or equivalent combination of education and experience.
This position is for 24 months and is grant funded. Continuing employment is subject to continuation and availability of grant funds.
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