Contact Name   BYU BroadcastingCompany (if applicable)   BYU BroadcastingContact Phone   866-662-9888Address, City, State   BYU Broadcasting, Provo, UT 84602Email Address   N/AJob Title   Post Production Sound SupervisorJob Description   Post Production Sound Supervisor      WHY BYU BROADCASTING?   As part of BYU Broadcasting, you will be part of a world-class organization with the opportunity to work in a top-of-the-line facility. Download the BYUtv and BYUradio apps and view our entertaining, inspiring content. You will work in a fast-paced, collaborative, creative environment with others who are driven to create amazing work. You will receive many tangible and intangible benefits: Medical, Dental, Life, Long-term Disability, OAD&D, and retirement. For more information, please go to the Benefits website at: https://proxy.qualtrics.com/proxy/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fhrs.byu.edu%2Femployee-benefits&token=S93TfCGIGLFvJDmqL01%2BPvZZmeoZIra9dyIibJ9shFY%3D.            Job Summary      There is a saying in Hollywood that a movie is 60% sound, meaning that good sound will support and enhance the images and is an essential part of the experience.      The Post Production Sound Supervisor oversees sound design and sound finishing of all programs, promotional material, radio podcasts and radio dramas, as well as other various projects passing through the Audio Production pipeline. Much like the Post Supervisor oversees all projects in the Post Production process or a Project Manager oversees multiple tasks from start to finish within a project. This person must have a deep understanding of all technical specifications, industry standards and FCC regulations, and they must ensure all production audio is produced to the highest level and quality in Dolby 5.1 surround and stereo. The Post Production Sound Supervisor coordinates with the Post Production Editorial Supervisor, Post Production Coordinators and Radio producers to help set deadlines for audio production, project priorities, allocate resources and equipment and assign student staff to projects. This person will work to ensure all equipment is calibrated, balanced and equalized within the Post Sound Production Department. This person must be very artistic, highly creative, technically sound, extremely organized and have a solid understanding of the full post production workflow and specialize in creating highly custom sound designs, recordings and audio mixing.       The Post Production Sound Supervisor is key to the creation of all new content for BYUB. This person will use skill, creativity, talent, knowledge, specialized equipment, sound libraries and original sound captures to create and deliver finished audio tracks for a large variety of BYU Broadcasting programming. Some programming examples would include sports features, radio podcasts, feature films, marketing and promotional material and concert specials, among other types of programming. This person should understand the differences in mixing for TV, radio or digital release.            Essential Functions      Post-Audio Designer      Sound editing, sound design, noise reduction and final mixing for all assigned BYUB productions, promotions and other projects passing through BYUB Post Productions. Conform all media to meet post-audio specifications and FCC requirements. Supervise recording sessions. Meet with editors, producers and outside clients to design and deliver full final audio mixes for all needed content. Work with the production audio technicians, master control operators and other BYUB departments to solve any audio issues that may be discovered. QC and check quality of all post audio work before sending finished files back to the editorial team for Mastering.      Supervising, Scheduling and Organization      Organize and divide the Post Audio workload between student employees and studio resources. Work with the Post Production Manager and Supervisor to create realistic schedules and deadlines for all Post Audio productions. Ensure that all deadlines are met. Represent the Post Sound department in production meetings, preplanning and make suggestions to help improve processes and workflow. Work with the archiving department to organize and backup all audio media assets for maximum use of storage space and resources. Meet with video editors and producers, review shows and set expectations for Sound Designers and students. Assist in student employee evaluation of wage and performance reviews.      Equipment Calibration and Quality Control      Supervise, mentor, train and oversee student staff. Help set standard audio delivery specifications, quality control processes and workflows. Frequently test and calibrate all audio monitoring equipment in the Post Production department, including all mixing suites, edit bays and other work stations.            Additional Comments      The Post Production process has a few key sub-departments. Just as the Post Production Supervisor oversees the editorial process, the Post Production Sound Supervisor coordinates all audio production. The final audio is then delivered back to the Post Production Editorial Supervisor for final mastering and delivery of content. BYUB caries a wide variety of programming, from musical performances to dialog-driven TV series and documentaries, this person must have a very wide range of experience and skill with sound design for all formats.      THIS IS NOT AN ENTRY LEVEL POSITION. This person will not only need to have the VERY SPECIALIZED technical skills working with Avid Pro Tools but MUST be highly creative, talented and experienced in post sound design. This includes editing of dialog, mixing with music, addition of effects, creation of special effects and all sound elements to enhance the quality of the sound production. This person should be able to design and fine-tune audio mixes that will be assembled into the final product that goes to air. They must have experience editing dialog-heavy production sound for surround as well as stereo. This person needs to be highly skilled in audio restoration, sweetening, editing, mixing of Dolby surround and stereo and trouble-shooting/problem solving.            Employee Class: Administrative      Work Location: Provo Campus      Environment: General office or other equivalently good environment      Physical Exam Required: N      Physical Exam Details:      Desired Start Date: As soon as possible      Job Close Date: 05/23/2022      Pay Level: 53      Approximate Starting Salary: $64,000 - $83,000      Documents Required at time of Application:      Required: Resume   Optional: Cover Letter, Letter of Recommendation 1      Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability/vetsRequirements / Qualifications   Education/Experience      Minimum education/experience required:      A Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts or related field or 3 years of full-time sound design for Post Production that includes supervision of projects, creative sound design and mixing. Expert level experience with Avid Pro Tools and mixing consoles. Must have some experience in sound design for TV and/or radio.      Preferred:      Over 5 years of full-time professional experience in sound design for a mid- to large studio or network environment.   Foley experience   ADR Experience   Avid S6 Experience         Skills, abilities, knowledge, licenses, certifications:      This person must have extensive experience and skill in sound design for TV and/or for radio.   Required advanced knowledge of Avid Pro Tools.   Required to have broadcast audio production expertise in cleaning dialog, mixing music, adding effects and delivering broadcast-ready finished audio.   Must have knowledge of sound design, mixing and final delivery in Dolby (5.1) surround and stereo.   Must have knowledge of FCC and broadcast audio limits and standards.   Must be able to work well with internal and external production companies that come to BYUB for Post Sound Design.   Must be able to coordinate schedules and organize priorities to ensure that deadlines for many different projects are met.   Produce under the pressure of deadlines.   Train and mentor new and current student employees.   Experience managing an audio production workflow: resources, deadlines, timelines and deliverables.   Problem-solve and work through issues.   Communicate well and be flexible with other departments.   Use skills and knowledge to develop and establish BYUB’s technical audio production standards.   Must always have the goal and mission of BYU Broadcasting in mind.Start Date   5/11/2022Duration / End Date   05/24/2022Hours   Full TimePay / Wage   $64,000 - $83,000How to Apply   yjobs.byu.eduApplication Deadline   05/24/2022