The Media Asset Management Assistant role is a part-time role responsible for maintaining Red Sox Productions’ media asset management system. Working alongside the Senior Manager of Red Sox Productions, this position will ensure that all video assets contain correct metadata fields throughout the season, and will help grow Red Sox Productions video archives by digitizing analog footage.
Handle and deliver all external Red Sox footage requests
Maintain Red Sox Productions’ video storage
Update and cross-reference all metadata fields across all digital video assets
Digitize and import analog Red Sox footage
CHARACTERISITICS / QUALIFICATIONS:
Extensive working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and Mac computers is required
Knowledge of video editing workflows and media asset management systems
Experience in college or professional sports industry preferred but not required
Demonstrates a passion for and knowledge of baseball
Ability to work in a fast-faced environment with a high attention to detail
Available to work nights, weekends, and holidays throughout the year
Ability to work up to 34 hours a week
In addition to joining our team, employees have the opportunity to join Employee Resources Groups here at Fenway Park. Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are groups of employees of shared identities or characteristics. The groups are designed to increase employee engagement for their members and build connections across the organization to represent the group’s voice in business-related decisions including but not limited to employee perks and benefits, policy development and implementation, and heritage month celebrations.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) at the Boston Red Sox and FSM are voluntary, employee-led, identity or experience-based groups that help build our community, provide support, voice concerns, contribute to the personal and professional development of all employees, and cultivate an inclusive and affirming community that promotes belonging for every employee.
The Red Sox (or FSM) requires proof of being up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment, subject to applicable legal requirements. Up-to-date means having received all recommended COVID-19 vaccination doses in the primary series and a booster dose(s) when eligible.
Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination based on race, religious creed, color, sex, age, national origin, handicap, disability, military/veteran status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or protected genetic information.