The Media & Instruction Specialist will work closely with (reporting to) the Director of IMATS and the IMATS Assistant in utilizing media to serve teaching, learning, and scholarship needs at Barnard College. Some of these roles include (with the IMATS Assistant) managing the student staff workers and equipment inventory at IMATS; producing and post-producing robust, interactive, and innovative media assets for Barnard courses and internal communications; instructing students and faculty on technology and media tools via workshops, classes, etc; and creating tutorials and other instructional assets. This position serves to fill an increasing need for video production on campus (video and equipment requests have steadily increased over time), as well as for planning and managing the Media Center opening in Fall 2018. The Barnard equipment room has become a hub for undergraduate production across campus, as it provides important resources for all Barnard and Columbia students and faculty involved in activities ranging from student clubs and events, to video production and editing, to graphics and web design, to podcasting and audio recording, to all types of purposes. The Media & Instruction Specialist will also support a growing number of Barnard courses, including multiple film production courses, courses with special projects such as COOL grants or Barnard Teaches, and assist faculty with research projects.
Department: Instructional Media & Tech Svc
Required Qualification Summary:
Bachelor's degree in communication, journalism, film production, or related field. Minimum of 3 years of related experience Demonstrated studio and field production experience Experience with HD and DSLR cameras, wired and wireless microphones, lighting, backdrops, and related production equipment Experience with teaching, education, higher education, or other forms of instruction
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