This position is located in the Office of Communications (OCOM), Headquarters, of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The mission of OCOM is to provide accurate and timely information about the FDIC, its policies and programs, to the media, the public, the financial services industry, and FDIC employees.
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Provide advice and consultation to partners to ensure a comprehensive, strategic approach to multimedia projects within the financial regulatory environment.
Create and edit multimedia projects for the FDIC’s digital channels, including its website and social media platforms.
Stay abreast of multimedia trends and proactively offer creative ideas and solutions.
Develops and edits multi-media projects on business issues and the operational status of the Corporation.
Interacts with the most senior-level managers and executives of the Corporation.
Identify and manage the visual information and technical requirements for multimedia products that digitally impacts the FDIC operations. Regularly meets with applicable Internal and External financial regulators and Industry groups to develop visual products that tell the financial health of the banks and provides essential data to the financial sector.
Cover day-to-day audio and video assignments, operating multiple cameras and equipment, sometimes simultaneously, and coordinating with internal and external partners.
Perform editing for projects and assignments, as well as other post-production needs.
Coordinate with stakeholders and partners within the financial services sector to develop multimedia products in support of the agency’s virtual outreach program.
Maintain audio, video, photography, and other equipment in good working order, including recharging batteries, careful handling and storage of equipment, keeping equipment clean and free of dust and moisture, and advising the OCOM staff of worn, damaged, lost, or faulty equipment.
Set up audio, video and lighting equipment prior to event. Disassemble and store equipment post-event.
Archive projects and raw footage in an organized filing or media storage system.
Manage and update OCOM’s multimedia production calendar.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
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