Careers @ O2 Media

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We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

  • VP of Direct Response
    The Vice President of Direct Response is responsible for leading the strategic development of Direct Response marketing campaigns – primarily short-form and long-form infomercials, production, campaign management, media buys, related analytics and product placement in ancillary distribution channels (such as e-commerce and catalogs). Bringing in new clients either for Direct Response production fulfillment or for full service Direct Response support will be the primary focus. The VP of DR manages division’s revenue, expenses, and staff, while expanding the current sales model to include cross-channel integration of digital and offline media. The person in this role will also manage production and campaigns, weekly media budgets, analyze campaign results while making strategic recommendations, drive the lead generation process, and manage and develop the current staff. This candidate will be on the forefront, and will play a critical role in architecting a multi-channel direct and online consumer-centric experience and leverage the company’s four currently running branded entertainment television shows.This is a great opportunity to impact one of the company's most well established, yet fast-growing business units.
  • HTML 5 Developer
    The Person in this position is responsible for the design, layout and coding of a website. This individual will be required to create web sites using various elements: graphic guidelines, images, illustrations, layout, fonts, colors, etc.

    The HTML 5 Developer is involved with the technical and graphical aspects of a website and the maintenance/update of existing sites. A person in this position should have sound knowledge of both mainstream as well as latest and cutting-edge web design technologies. The HTML 5 Developer will have to establish the purpose of a website based upon its target audience and identify the type of content the site will host and determine any functionality as well as technologies used on the site.
  • Jr. SQL Server Programmer
    SQL Server Programmer is an experienced database professional who designs and creates highly scaleable and high performance databases on Microsoft SQL Server platform.

    This position is NOT a simple database administration and maintenance position. It requires deep understanding and hands-on skills of database design concepts and T-SQL language.

    A qualified SQL Server Programmer should be able to create complex T-SQL queries and stored procedures in SQL Server 2008 or better. He/She must also be able to analyze both complex database schemas and large amounts of data.
  • Sr. SQL Server Programmer
    SQL Server Programmer is an experienced database professional who designs and creates highly scaleable and high performance databases on Microsoft SQL Server platform.

    This position is NOT a simple database administration and maintenance position. It requires deep understanding and hands-on skills of database design concepts and T-SQL language.

    A qualified SQL Server Programmer should be able to create complex T-SQL queries and stored procedures in SQL Server 2008 or better. He/She must also be able to analyze both complex database schemas and large amounts of data.
  • Assistant Producer
    The Assistant to the Producer is an administrator who works closely with producers throughout the production process. They are involved at the pre-production stage through to post production and marketing and distribution. They must be well organized, flexible, and have a good overview of the production process. The producer will determine their responsibilities throughout the production on a day to day basis. Their tasks may include writing coverage on scripts, drafting letters, making phone calls, running an office, interviewing personnel, coordinating the fundraising process, assisting with duties on and off set, liaising between the producer and the post production team, and helping to prepare publicity materials. They may also be asked to help with copyright, arranging meetings and events, and managing money.
  • Producer
    As a producer you are responsible for writing and producing television content for a national television show and other related outlets. The producer is an integral part of the creative and production team entrusted with creating, developing, and directing entertaining television segments for a national television audience. The producer takes pride in their work and is the primary individual responsible for producing world-class, high quality television content. Those professionals working in the television industry generally cooperate with a variety of staff members such as EVP Production, EVP Programming, Production Coordinators, Associate Producers Script Writer and clients to gather information for the project or projects they are working on. They also manage production teams including camera operators, reporters and broadcast technicians to provide live satellite feeds or shoot video for later editing into segment packages. They arrange interviews and location shots, and produce content under strict deadlines.
  • Appointment Setter
    The Appointment Setter is responsible for making outbound business-to-business cold calls and setting appointments and managing calendars for the Associate Producers based on leads generated by the Associate Producers. Appointment Setters are required to document all information discussed with the prospect into O2 Media’s proprietary database iBis.
  • Director of New Product Development
    The Director of New Product Development works in our Direct Response Marketing Division and is responsible for identifying and evaluating companies and their products to determine if they meet certain direct response criteria, for our unique business model. They achieve this by having telephone and face-to-face conversations with industry and business decision makers. He/She works with companies to explore options for either short-form or half-hour infomercial productions. The ideal candidate should have extremely high business acumen and be highly motivated.
  • Executive Assistant
    The position of the Executive Assistant (EA) was created to support the Associate Producers (AP). Their primary focus is to schedule appointments for the AP to have a Business to Business telephone conversation with prospective show participants. The EA manages the AP’s schedule by booking the appointment over the telephone and sending meeting invitation for the call via Microsoft Outlook. EA's are required to enter all information discussed with the prospect into O2 Media’s proprietary database. The EA will also provide general support for the programming team as required by management.
  • Integrated Media Sales Representative
    The Integrated Media Sales Representative will be responsible for prospecting,researching and calling on C-level Decision Makers in Companies for Branded entertainment, Sponsorship and Brand integration opportunities. This individual must be able to cold call, develop relationships over the phone and have high level conversations that ask for funding. They will be required to meet all defined sales quotas, deadlines and show schedules.
  • Closed Captioning Transcriptionist
    The Transcriptionist will be responsible for Broadcast quality closed captioning of all television media providing the viewer with a text version of the audio during a pre-recorded television show or infomercial. Our shows range from :30 spots to 60 min programming. As the closed captioning Transcriptionist methods utilized vary, but most commonly relies on sounds and phonics by listening to the audio thru headphones.
  • Freelance Editor
    The Freelance Editor's role is to transform raw footage filmed on the set/field for television shows into a polished final product for broadcast. Using computer technology, TV Editors mix video footage with music, sound effects, audio and special effects.