Hiring a Web Media Developer in Jefferson City

The State of Missouri (ITSD) has an opening for a Web Media Developer, and we’re looking for someone who can create multimedia content for MO.gov and state agencies.
Responsibilities would include:
  • producing video, audio, photo and written copy covering events around the state (i.e. Missouri State Fair, news announcements, etc.)
  • producing informative stories educating the public about available online services and the latest news (i.e. how to renew license plates online, what a Missouri State Parks fire ban means to you, etc.).
  • establishing a standard post-production branding style across State of Missouri web videos, including creation of lower thirds, graphics, etc.
Skills required include:
  • solid understanding of lighting and studio work/producing
  • ability to create multimedia projects using Adobe (Premiere/After Effects/Photoshop) or Mac (Final Cut Pro/Motion) software
  • write engaging and informative stories for the web
  • shoot video and/or still photography with an eye towards creating web content.
  • This isn’t a standard IT position, so technical knowledge about website development and coding isn’t needed, though a basic understanding of HTML/CSS and content management using systems like WordPress or Drupal is preferred.
More information about this position is available at http://it-careers.mo.gov/jobdetail.aspx?ID=1582. If you are interested in this position, please send a resume, cover letter and any relevant clips at donna.verslues@oa.mo.gov.
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