BRIC is a leading arts and media institution anchored in Downtown Brooklyn whose work spans contemporary visual and performing arts, media, and civic action. For over forty years, BRIC has shaped Brooklyn’s cultural and media landscape by presenting and incubating artists, creators, students, and media makers. As a creative catalyst for their community. BRIC ignites learning in people of all ages and centralizes diverse voices that take risks and drive culture forward. BRIC is building Brooklyn’s creative future.
BRIC TV’s multi-platform, Emmy Award winning franchise #BHeard presents live televised town halls, short documentaries and educational community storytelling initiatives that address the most pressing issues of our time. #BHeard Town Hall, #BHeard Documentary and #BHeard Amplified programs join luminaries, activists, artists, elected officials, and our community stakeholders to advance social justice conversations and identify solutions that make Brooklyn better.
About the Associate Producer, #BHeard Role:
BRIC seeks an Associate Producer to work as part of the BRIC TV production team, assisting with administrative, editorial, production and post-production duties. This position will primarily work on #BHeard Town Hall live and virtual events, assist in the production of #BHeard documentaries as needed and assist in the project management and production of the #BHeard Amplified grant programs.
What You’ll Do in the Role:
The Associate Producer will be responsible for the following in addition to any other project as assigned by their manager, the Supervising Producer:
- Pitch, book and produce segments on issues for and about Brooklyn
- Participate in team meetings to collaborate on content planning and strategy
- Support BRIC TV Supervising Producer with research, writing copy, fact checking, idea generation, outreach, social media, and any other duties and projects as assigned
- Participate in post-production and release across platforms.
- Assist in packaging and distribution of digital content
You’ll Bring these Skills and Strengths to the Role:
- Mission & Values Alignment: A passion for BRIC’s support of the arts in Brooklyn and a deep commitment to building community, igniting learning and making change through the arts and creativity.
- Commitment to Equity & Inclusion: Desire to operationalize equity within the media arts function.
- Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications/TV Production or a related field and at least 3 years related production experience, including experience with studio and live production.
- Technical Acumen: Demonstrate strong skills with Adobe Creative Suite, including Adobe Premiere Pro as well administrative and organizational skills with a keen eye for detail.
- Communication: The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work effectively on a team and liaise with potential guests.
- Intellectual Curiosity: Uphold persistent and strong interest in local politics and current events.
Other Things to Know:
- Compensation: This is a NABET union position with a starting salary of $41,000.00
- Status and location: This is a full-time, non-exempt position based in our Brooklyn office.
- Benefits: BRIC has a comprehensive benefits package, including: paid time off, 403B retirement plan, gym membership discounts, pre-tax transit cards, medical flexible spending plans and more. The best part - BRIC currently pays 100% the premium for employee medical, dental and vision coverage starting on the first of the month after 60 days from your hire date.
- Mission & Values: BRIC is committed to building Brooklyn's creative future. We advance opportunities for visual artists, performers, and media makers. We present bold work that reflects diverse audiences and speaks to the world. We ignite learning in people of all ages. We unite Brooklyn through art and creativity to build community and make change.
BRIC is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, military and veteran status, genetic information or any other factor which cannot be used as a basis for an employment decision.