If storytelling were in the Olympics, you’d be a gold medalist. You want to join a team that’s not just about work; you want to make an impact and leave an amazing legacy behind. Your daily diet includes passion, self-motivation, proactiveness, creative thinking, flexibility, and juggling responsibilities, and you are not intimidated by new challenges. You’re not looking for a job, you’re looking for a playground for your brilliance in story telling via creative audio/video production.
You log in early morning while sipping coffee or tea and realize that there is a Care Access event taking place in Santa Claus, Indiana. You quickly, without hesitation, pitch several ideas to the team. Dept Manager messages the team: “Folks! We accidentally hired a genius!”. Your other ideas are rejected with explained reasons which do not bother you at all.  As you are busy coming up with a strategy and execution plan, another project pops up, “No worries” you tell yourself “I got this, I can manage multiple projects”. As challenges and barriers face you, you know that you’re not alone. You communicate with team members in removing those barriers.
The plot thickens; you must be in three places at the same time! You resolve that by vetting and finding resources. While that is taking shape, you realize that this is not about projects. This is about human lives and the future of medicine. Finally, you do not end up with completed projects; you end up being part of the ever-evolving story of the future of medicine.
What You’ll Be Working On
Duties include but not limited to:
·         Execute a story vision as established by Creative Manager
·         Write scripts based on concepts/outlines.
·         Come up with new story suggestions.
·         Develop shot lists and storyboards.
·         Manage all aspects of pre-production.
·         Work with design, cinematographer, and talent for production
·         On-set director or work on-set director to ensure brand alignment, and story integrity.
·         Collaborate with the editor on post-production, to create a storyline that matches the vision established in pre-production.
·         Oversee revision process and finalization of videos.
·         Other related responsibilities as assigned.
Physical and Travel Requirements
·         This role requires up to 25% travel requirements (on average once a month). Length of travel will depend upon study requirements, staff needs, and company initiatives.
What You Bring
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
·         Highly collaborative and respectful
·         Ability to manage a set and/or work with an on-set director.
·         Possess a solid understanding of video production process from start to finish.
·         Flexible in a fast-paced video production environment
·         Capable of translating high level creative concepts into execution plans
·         Must be able to develop story concepts and write scripts.
·         Can create storyboards (drawing or illustration skills are not required).
·         Willingness to travel on average, once or twice per month. At times on short notice
·         Healthcare experience, preferred.
Certifications/Licenses, Education, and Experience:
·         BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university.
·         Seven or more years of video production experience.
Benefits (US Full-Time Employees Only)
●     PTO/vacation days, sick days, holidays.
●     100% paid medical, dental, and vision Insurance. 75% for dependents.
●     HSA plan
●     Short-term disability, long-term disability, and life Insurance.
●     Culture of growth and equality
●     401k retirement plan
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