Position Summary: The Video Director / Producer will report to Vice President - Digital, and will be responsible for overseeing the production and delivery of Full Picture's digital video content?Key Responsibilities:*Work with the editorial teams on the creation of web ideas *Prepare budgets when required*Prepare program treatments, pitch documents and outlines*Work with partners on the portal, agency and brand sides of the business as required*Pre-production coordination: Book freelance crew and order production equipment*Location scouting and booking*Organization of segment breakdowns, call sheets, etc.*Directing on set: Coaching and directing on-camera talent*Direction and supervision of camera, lighting, styling, set design, still photo and audio departments*Screening/Hiring of freelance editors*Supervising edits of in-house and external editors*Communication of project status to internal and external stakeholdersSkill & Requirements:*You must have 4-5 years of relevant work experience.*You must have hands-on experience producing web programming for the major portals.*You are familiar with and have extensive contacts within the web production community.*The ability to work independently and adhere to deadlines are your strong suits.*You combine your creative instinct with an understanding of the business metrics of the web.*Hands-on production experience, not just supervision.*You solve problems.*You are entrepreneurial, smart, and passionate.*If you don't know something, you say so. Then go figure it out quickly.*You naturally go the extra mile.*You thrive in a fast-paced work environment, readily adapting to continually changing priorities and aggressive project timeframes.*You give credit to others where credit is due and take responsibility for misses when they rest with you.*Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Budgeting Software and Photoshop*Basic knowledge of camera operations *Familiarity of post procedures and scheduling*Strong communication and interpersonal skills with individuals and groups, both written and oralNo phone calls, please.