Access Sacramento seeks applicants for one full time and several part-time jobs beginning later this summer.  Basic descriptions are below. Click the links for more details and connection to the on-line or downloadable job applications.

A current resume, cover letter and an official job application are required.

TV Show Producer/Director/Instructor

Apply by June 26

Access Sacramento is seeking an entry-level TV Studio Producer/Director/Instructor who can become a jack-of-all-trades utility player for helping create programs in the studio and in the field with our HD truck.

This is a 32-hour (four-day) a week job with benefits, and requires extreme schedule flexibility that will include some nights and most Saturdays.

The ideal candidate is a good people-person who loves helping others create their programs, but who can also produce Access Sacramento original programs live and live-to-tape with little or no post-production editing. Experience with multi-cam show directing preferred. This is not a film-style job. If you love in-the-moment live TV, this could be your next step. This job includes teaching a 21-hour basic TV Studio usage class covering jobs and equipment use in the Access Sacramento studio.

Working in Access Sacramento’s High-Definition TV Studio, Digital Media Lab and HD Remote production truck provides exceptional opportunity to take a leadership role while improving your skills.

Click HERE for the on-line job description and application.


Video Editing Instructor

Apply by July 9

Access Sacramento is seeking someone who loves video editing, but who would also love teaching others the basics of either Apple’s Final Cut Pro X or Adobe’s Premiere non-linear editing software.

Access Sacramento is expanding its digital media lab to offer both software applications, and a part-time instructor who can teach a beginning-to-end 12-hour exposure course is needed.  The course covers the very basics of ingest, media management, trimming, transitions, character generated titles, adding music, and exporting for playback on our cable TV channels, the internet and social media.

Basic curriculum is provided. Extra consideration for candidates who also could teach a multi-camera TV Studio production class.

Click HERE for the on-line job description and application.


Part-Time On-Call Production Assistant

Access Sacramento is looking to increase its pool of part-time on-call production assistants.

Selected candidates may work in the Access Sacramento TV Studio, but most frequently will be assigned hours creating remote productions with our High-Definition Production truck for Game of the Week broadcasts and Hometown TV events.

Typical tasks include cabled and wireless equipment set up, camera operation, audio set up, and control room functions including operating a Character Generator, Instant Replay with NewTek’s 3-Play system, and Technical Direction on a For-A switcher.

TV studio operation and live or live-to-tape studio production experience preferred.

This entry-level job typically is one-day, eight-hours a week during football and basketball season.

Click HERE for the on-line job description and application.