Are you interested in being part of Lighthouse TV’s mission to educate, inspire and draw viewers to a closer walk with Jesus Christ? We are accepting applications and resumes for the following positions. Resumes and applications can be emailed to Josh@LighthouseTV.org or sent to:
Attn: Business Manager
813 N. Fenwick St
Allentown, PA 18109
Executive Producer will work closely with a host(s) and deliver a faith based inspirational and informative show. Great writing, editing, and line producing along with the ability to book interesting guests are the key to this position.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Produce daily, hour-long program
Produce lineup and line produce live show
Write and approve scripts
Work with host to book and produce multiple daily interviews both in person and remote via web.
Edit video non linear as needed
Ability with skillset to contribute on camera is a plus!
Other duties as assigned
Requirements & Skills:
Preferred Bachelor’s degree in film, photography, television, news, or related field, or equivalent experience.
Prior experience producing a lifestyle show, lifestyle segments and/or live show or ministry presentations.
Ability to use various broadcast tools and software to write, edit and shoot and air program
Deadline driven, works well under pressure and the ability to manage production timelines.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Lighthouse Production Manager/Director
The Production Manager/Director will be responsible for facilitating live and recorded Lighthouse TV productions. They will lead the assigned studio crew in order deliver quality content.
Bachelors’ degree preferred
2 years minimum directing live and taped programs experience
Proficiency with non automated production tools
Video switcher experience required
Audio board experience required
Studio production skills essential
Adobe editing fundamental skills
Must be able to source and solve equipment problems in the studio and control room
Must be able work independently and have a strong attention to detail
Must be able to work under the regular pressure of live operational deadlines
Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including nights, weekends and holidays.
Assist with pre-show prep and post-show production and promotions
Set up and operate switchers, studio cameras, monitors and teleprompter
Verify all light fixtures, props, monitors and set pieces are in position and functioning properly
Coordinate and communicate with show Producer and other studio crew
Ensure proper mixing and switching of all studio and remote video sources
Post record Adobe or similar editing of programs to produce promos and ready for air product
Effectively supervise and assign crew members as needed
Work with Lighthouse team to coordinate distribution of programs
Support master control operations
Ability to travel within to the different studios and within the viewing area as needed
Perform other duties as assigned
Broadcast Operations Supervisor
Lighthouse TV is in need of a broadcast operations supervisor. The Broadcast Operations Supervisor is responsible for directing day to day master control operations and supervision of fiber and satellite feeds and working with studio operations. You must possess a working knowledge of ancillary on air equipment such as Satellite receive equipment, CGs, Emergency Alerts, caption encoders, routers, video play out systems, switchers and various networked workstations.
Experience of broadcast operations in a professional live media operation environment required.
Experience with Masterplay or other broadcast automation play out systems a plus!
Create and maintain Master Control logs, and any changes or developments
Segment edit of shows as needed
Maintain MC drive space and file paths
Handle PSAs & PABs for air
Send PSIP / Schedule info to TV guide partners
Create Logs / keep track of incoming logs
Ability to coordinate and backup tech direct programs.
Detail-oriented and able to multitask in a fast-paced environment.
Broadcast engineering background is a plus!
Working knowledge of common business software applications, particularly Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
This position requires flexibility in schedule and could include weekends and holidays.
Must be self-sufficient and have a press-on-regardless attitude.
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ensure the overall technical and operational success of multiple stations.
Verify that all program and content is available and ready to air, maintain required logs, and uphold broadcast standards.
Any other duties as assigned to maintain the operation of a multi-station hub.
Preferred experience in television master control operations
Experience or desire to learn computer automation systems, television satellite systems, VTRs, server based ingest and playback systems, Microsoft office products, and file based ingest and playback servers
Dependable and highly detail oriented
Communicate by written and oral means and work in team environment
Be able to follow instructions with minimal supervision
Knowledge of computers and an aptitude for operating electronic equipment is preferred
Ability to travel within the viewing area as needed