Jobs at LCATV

Lake Champlain Access Television (LCATV) is currently hiring for the following positions:

2023 YOUTH PROGRAMS INTERN

Internship Description:

The Youth Programs Intern will work with LCATV’s Outreach & Education Coordinator during four weeks of summer video production camps in our member communities. They will assist in supervising the work of middle school-aged campers in video production and post-production, including participation in a Vermont-made reimagining of Toy Story for Crowdsourced Cinema VT. They will also provide the necessary preparatory and follow-up work on the days of the camps to produce ready-to-air content by each week’s end.

The internship includes compensation of $600 gross per week/camp. LCATV will also provide necessary reports of the Intern’s work if academic credit is available. Camps begin on July 10 and run: July 10-14, July 17-21, July 24-28, August 21-25.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Ability to work with young people in a structured setting.
  • Some video production experienced is preferred, though paid training may be available.
  • Prolonged periods of computer work, including typing at a keyboard.
  • Ability to move equipment weighing up to 30 pounds.
  • Reliable transportation to and from LCATV’s offices in Colchester.
  • Availability during the entirety of each week of camp, from 8 am to 1 pm.
  • Employment is contingent on a background check.

To apply, complete the application form below and return to Outreach and Education Coordinator Stephanie Soules.

Please contact Stephanie (stephanie@lcatv.org) with questions or for more information.

 

LCATV FIELD PRODUCER

Description:

Field Producers are responsible for the video and audio recording of community meetings and events in our eight member towns (Colchester, Milton, Georgia, Fairfax, Westford, South Hero,
Grand Isle, and North Hero). This includes independently organizing, transporting, and operating the equipment needed for each assignment. Compensation starts at $16.00 per hour. Mileage reimbursement at the IRS’s standard mileage rate is provided.

Expectations:

  • Attend and capture regularly scheduled production assignments, including meetings, and special production assignments as available.
  • Assess and allocate the equipment needed for each assignment and possess the ability to manually operate that equipment and troubleshoot and resolve minor technical and mechanical issues.
  • Maintain general knowledge of videography aesthetics and audio recording.
  • With training, learn new equipment and systems.
  • Provide support for multi-camera productions.
  • Provide post-production support on special projects as needed and when available.
  • Submit and manage produced programming in accordance with LCATV procedures.

Qualifications & Requirements:

  • Knowledge of: media production systems; community television operations; computer operations.
  • Skills and abilities: Oral communications; organization; project management; a track record of working with diverse individuals and groups.
  • Prolonged periods of computer work, including typing at a keyboard.
  • Ability to move equipment weighing up to 40 pounds and hold a video camera weighing up to 10 pounds for a prolonged period of time.
  • A valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and reliable transportation. Travel via personal vehicle is required.
  • Availability during evening hours and some weekends.
  • Employment is contingent on a background check.

To apply, complete the application form below and return to Co-Production Manager Buddy Meilleur.

Please contact Buddy (buddy@lcatv.org) with questions or for more information.