POSITION AVAILABLE: Multimedia Services Supervisor
Location: Louisville Metro Government
WHAT LOUISVILLE METRO GOVERNMENT IS LOOKING FOR: Someone who:
Supervises metro multimedia communications operations and activities
Evaluates programs, procedures, and recommends modifications
Exercises supervision over subordinate personnel
POSITION AVAILABLE: Information Technology Specialist III (Cable), Grade 26
Location: Department of Technology Services – Montgomery County, Maryland
WHAT DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY SERVICES IS LOOKING FOR: The primary duties include: providing engineering and technical support to television production teams by setting up equipment and ensuring systems are operational for live transmission; providing engineering production support for CCM and other PEG channels using the MPV; maintaining the MPV and its production equipment; resolving playback server issues; interacting with staff in DTS to resolve complex routing issues; interacting with franchise cable companies to address interconnections; monitoring the transfer of digital video and digital and/or analog audio signals from the TOC to the cable operators systems; resolving audio and video problems with the transmission of live and recorded local television systems to the cable operators systems; designing, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting audio visual production equipment, video storage servers, video transport over fiber optic systems; maintaining production equipment and managing the use of maintenance support contracts for studio equipment, ENG and EFP equipment, video file server technology and post production equipment; providing network support for MAC editing systems; and providing and defining technical specifications for equipment purchases including Request for Proposals (RFP) and contract development.
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POSITION AVAILABLE: Video Camp Counselor
Location: Arlington Independent Media – Arlington, MA
WHAT ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT MEDIA IS LOOKING FOR: Arlington Independent Media is seeking a Camp Counselor for one two-week video camp for children ages 9-13. The counselor will aid the instructor in teaching campers to use professional video equipment to create a short original movie. Candidates should have experience working with children and with video production. Skills in classroom management, teaching, and organization are preferred. The successful candidate will be subject to a background check.
If interested, please email your cover letter and resume to Nathan Bynum: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 30 hours per week between 8:30am and 5:00pm
Dates: Monday – Friday, July 20th through July 31st
POSITION AVAILABLE:General Production Facilitator/Producer and Youth Trainer (Part time)
Location: Worcester, MA
WHAT WCCA TV IS LOOKING FOR:
3 years minimum Professional Experience required in all phases of pre-and-post-video production and as a trainer in video production.
Candidate must demonstrate quality video production work and efficiency
Technical skill areas including (but not limited to): television Technical Directing, various Creative Design Applications, Computer graphics, and CG animations. Also,experience in conducting and managing Video/Film and Audio Classes, a history of developing Technical production curriculum for youth and adults, and an ability to craft a
high quality narrative/copy/story for video content applications.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Dependable with reliable transportation; capacity to produce solo studio and field projects, live and post. Works well with people and has a professional team player attitude. Capacity to trouble-shoot and make simple repairs when needed. To be available, as needed, on call. Live in Worcester, MA preferred. Multi-lingual preferred.
START: ASAP April 2015
COMPENSATION: Competitive Contract and benefits.
Send resume, references and support materials to: email@example.com
or to the attention of : WCCA TV c/o Mauro, 415 Main Street,Worcester, MA 01608. No phone calls please.
WCCA TV is a non-profit public access institution that stands for Media democracy, Media Literacy, and Creative innovation.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Executive Director
Location: Holyoke, MA
Holyoke Community Media, Inc., is a community media organization seeking its founding Executive Director to build a forward-thinking, cutting-edge center for the entire Holyoke community. We are intent on building a next-generation model community media center and are seeking a dynamic, innovative leader who can empower, create, and collaborate to build the foundation of a vibrant organization.
Holyoke Community Media is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves the community of Holyoke, Massachusetts, with an estimated population of about 40,000 residents. The city has not had a robust community media presence for at least 20 years, but has recently signed a well-funded contract. We seek an energized leader with directly related or transferable skills in the fields of community media, community building, and technology experience to establish and execute a vision of success for this new organization.
This is a national search for a leader in community media who can establish one of the finest community media centers in the nation.
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