Community TV Coordinator

Oak Crest - Parkville, MD
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CTV Coordinator


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Oak Crest is an 87-acre continuing care retirement community in Parkville, MD. 20 miles from Baltimore. We’re dedicated to one important mission: helping our residents live life to the fullest.

Managed by Erickson Living, a national leader in the retirement industry, Oak Crest combines the opportunities of a big organization with the warmth of a family. Our talented team brings passion and heart to all that they do, creating a dynamic workplace like no other.


The Community TV Coordinator leads or co-leads the day-to-day operation of the studio and the audiovisual equipment on campus. This includes giving budget feedback, programming, staffing, and equipment. The Coordinator works to foster relationships within the Erickson Community Television Network and provides for the direction and training of the staff. The Coordinator oversees the daily show and all other productions—including special programs, events, and the electronic bulletin board. The Coordinator provides technical and creative leadership, vision, and innovation for studio operations and programming. The position is full time and may require some evening and weekend work.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:  include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
  1. Leads or co-leads the day-to-day operations of the studio and the audiovisual equipment on campus by supervising the administrative, technical, and creative vision for the department.
  2. Assists to recruit, select, coach, and train departmental staff in accordance with standards and guidelines set forth by the community and Erickson Corporate Resident Life.
  3. Builds relationships with departmental and resident leadership.
  4. Recruits, develops and coordinates intern and volunteer programs for support of community events.
  5. Oversees the implementation of Community Television Policy and Procedures manual.
  6. Assists in all areas of production as needed.
  7. Serves as the Executive Producer or one of the Executive Producers for all productions.
  8. Gives feedback on staff performance to the Resident Life Director or designee, if requested.
  9. Oversees the maintenance, repair, and purchase of station equipment and community audiovisual equipment.
  10. Oversees the continued development and training of the staff, interns, and resident volunteers.
  11. Conducts or participates in weekly meetings to assess the operation, programming, and future planning of the station.
  12. Helps to represent the station as a member of the Community Television Peer Team
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  1. Excellent writing and speaking skills.
  2. Effective supervisor/coach, excellent rapport with people.
  3. Demonstrated technical skills.
  4. Self-directed with a high attention to detail and quality.
Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication or Liberal Arts preferred.
Minimum of one year of experience in television production is required.