Raycom Media

  • Marketing Producer

    ID
    2018-8995
    # of Openings
    1
    Department
    Marketing/Creative Services
    Employment Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Work Days
    M-F
    Work Hours
    1:30pm-10:30pm, weekends possible
  • Job Overview

    WAFB the #1 content brand in Baton Rouge is seeking a Marketing Producer. The marketing producer will be a self-starter with the ability to adapt to the project, whether it be broadcast or digital, news promotion or commercial client-driven.  He/she should be an expert visual storyteller with strong skills in writing, cinematography and Adobe Creative Cloud editing programs.  Working with the Marketing Director to conceptualize and create content that will help expand our rapidly-growing broadcast and digital media presence. The ideal candidate will have work well with a creative team as well as a variety of internal and external stakeholders. 

     

    This role demands direct knowledge of all aspects of video production to independently create top-quality multiplatform advertising.  Working with a team of producers and reporting to the Director of Marketing, this Marketing Producer must efficiently produce a variety of creative assets for both WAFB 9News and a variety of commercial clients.   The ideal candidate will be able to effectively engage with WAFB's social audience and to have an understanding of social media monitoring and management tools for publishing and reporting.  

     

    Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Film/Video or other related field. 

    Must provide creative reel demonstrating advanced knowledge of video production, especially Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and DSLR cinematography. Experience with Facebook/Instagram/Twitter, Google Analytics, Crowdtangle and Web CMS is a plus. 

     

    Qualified applicants, please apply online and attach resume with cover letter, and link to your most recent work.  Drug screen required.  No phone calls please.  EOE-M/F/D/V 

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