The selectee plans, manages and directs multimedia information and products. Develops policies, directives, and standard operating instructions. Manages the Multimedia Center. Produces video based media to meet customer requirements. Produces various electronic imagery products to include digital color and black/white prints. Responsible for Internet/Intranet Web site development and design. Produces pre-press materials for newsletters, pamphlets, or leaflets for various divisions. Recommends appropriate method to display statistical information, personnel data, or general descriptions of information to be visually depicted. Provides higher headquarters organizations, upper level management, functional areas, and other customers with multimedia products, services, consultation, facilities (studio or presentation room) and equipment. Coordinates products and services for customers, such as digital still photography, computer-generated graphics, presentation services (conference rooms, classrooms, or on location) multimedia equipment and product loan, video (production, post-production and duplication), audio (production and duplication), closed circuit television, and master control and cable television. Provides distance learning capabilities for the Wing training office. Manages, maintains and operates the wing closed circuit television (CCTV) network. In conjunction with the communications plan, ensures wartime readiness for deployable multimedia unit type codes (UTCs). Coordinates and prepares item for contract or warranty repair or replacement as required. Consults with and provides advice to planning and implementation (P&I) function on relevant issues. Prepares and maintains files and publications in accordance with current directives to include both paper and electronic media. Ensures deployment readiness of section personnel, equipment, and supplies. Exercises continuing responsibility for safety conditions, procedures, and work practices employed within the community. Manages work center supply functions such as ordering and receiving of equipment, supplies, bench stock, logistics products, historical records, Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE). Provides input to and coordinates on relevant support agreements that require section support to make sure they correctly identify products and services needed. Develops, implements and maintains work center training programs. Perform other duties as assigned.
SPECIALIZED QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Must have at least 24 months experience involving operating audio-visual recorders, sound mixers, microphones, TV cameras and related equipment. Experience in audio-visual editing from more than one camera to produce a finished product (i.e., film parts for closed circuit television, still photography and graphics). Experience working with narrators, speakers and other personnel to film live, videotaped or filmed television production or recorded radio productions and other similar productions.
PLACEMENT FACTORS: Applicants should demonstrate through prior experience, education and training the following: (1) Knowledge of the processes, methodologies, personnel, equipment, and related requirements involved in planning and carrying out the steps necessary to produce audio visual productions. (2) Ability to develop production schedules, coordinate staff activities and make normal kinds of administrative and logistical arrangements. (3) Knowledge of visual arts and photography methods, techniques, and processes to produce visual products and services that reflect subject matter content. (4) Knowledge of the subject matter program area to develop designs, concepts or visual styles for publications, exhibits or presentation material. (5) Knowledge of current multimedia procedures to produce visual and/or audio elements. (6) Knowledge of emerging technologies. (7) Ability to review technical periodicals, publications, and commercial Standard Order Procedures (SOPs). (8) Completion of appropriate CDC/technical courses (related to the field).
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This position with the Arkansas National Guard is a Title 32 USC 709 position, not Title 5, and as such has different Reduction In Force (RIF) criteria, certain grade and promotion limitations, and no Veterans Preference. Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer of Civilian Pay is required as a condition of employment/promotion/reassignment. Initial in-processing of new employees will include enrollment procedures. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is not authorized.
THE ARKANSAS NATIONAL GUARD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, AND AS SUCH, ALL COMPLETE APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION WILL RECEIVE CONSIDERATION WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION FOR ANY NON-MERIT FACTORS, SUCH AS RACE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, POLITICS, MARITAL STATUS, AGE, OR MEMBERSHIP OR NON-MEMBERSHIP IN AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION.