Positions available are listed below. Please click the links to see the PDF posters for detailed information!
*FEATURE FILM: 7 INDIANS (SAAT HINDUSTANI) FILMING ON CAMPUS AT IU IN
OCTOBER 2014. *
ACTORS WITH IMPROV EXPERIENCE!! ($150/DAY)
EMAIL: PHOTO, RESUME
FEATURED EXTRAS: NO LINES, PROMINENTLY SHOWN ($125/DAY)
BACKGROUND EXTRAS: NO LINES ($85/DAY)
FILM IS PRODUCED BY ANIL KAPOOR (HUGE BOLLYWOOD STAR, NOTED IN HOLLYWOOD
FOR SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, 24 – THE TV SHOW)
FILM IS ABOUT 7 INDIANS WHO COME TO AMERICA AND EXPERIENCE FRESHMAN YEAR OF
CASTING DIRECTOR: RITA POWERS (OVER 50 FILMS IN BOTH HOLLYWOOD AND
The Department of State will be visiting IU next week. Please help us distribute the information on 3 events to your advisors and students. I’ve attached the PDF flier Justin created for the General Information session. You will find the description for all events below.
State Department Information Session with Diplomat in Residence, Ambassador Ian Kelly
Tuesday, September 2nd, 6 – 7 PM EST
Career Development Center, 625 N Jordan Ave
Curious how to use your skills and knowledge in an international or global context? Learn about how to enter a career at the State department as a Foreign or Civil Service Officer from our State Department Diplomat-in-Residence, Ambassador Ian Kelly. Ambassador Kelly has had an extensive career that includes tours of duty in Vienna (OSCE), Washington D.C., Brussels (NATO), Ankara, Belgrade, and Moscow. For more on internships and careers with the State Department, visit http://careers.state.gov/.
Brown Bag Lunch Discussion with Diplomat in Residence, Ambassador Ian Kelly, Regarding Current Events in Ukraine
Wednesday, September 3rd, 12 – 1 PM EST
Career Development Center, 625 N Jordan Ave
Interested in discussing the current situation Ukraine? Ambassador Ian Kelly invites you to join him in a brown bag lunch discussion of the region’s current events.
Ian C. Kelly is the Diplomat in Residence for the Midwest, based at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He was most recently (from March 2010 to September 2013) the U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), in Vienna, Austria. From December 2012 to September 2013, he was concurrently the U.S. Co-Chair of the Minsk Group, the negotiating process set up to resolve the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh.
From May 2009 until his appointment as ambassador, he was the Spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State. Ambassador Kelly’s previous assignments include Director of the Office of Russian Affairs in Washington, D.C., Public Affairs Advisor at the U.S. Mission to NATO, Press Attaché at Embassy Rome, Press Attaché at Embassy Ankara,Information Center Director in Belgrade, and Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer in Moscow. He has also had several regional assignments that took him to all fifteen former Soviet republics.
He has studied Italian, Serbo-Croatian and Turkish at the National Foreign Affairs Training Center of the State Department. He also speaks Russian. Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Ambassador Kelly taught Russian at Columbia University, and received his doctorate there in Slavic Languages and Literatures in 1986. He also holds a B.A. from St. Olaf College and a M.A. from Northwestern University.
Employer in Residence: Ambassador Ian Kelly, Department of State
Wednesday, September 3rd, 9 am – 11:30 AM EST
Career Development Center, 625 N Jordan Ave
Speak one-on-one with Diplomat in Residence, Ambassador Ian Kelly, regarding entering a career in the State Department as a Foreign or Civil Service Officer. Register for a time slot on MyJobs at http://ascs.indiana.edu/
You’ll have to complete your profile to register for a time slot. Click on MyJobs à See What’s New à Complete Your Profile
This year the City of Indianapolis government is hosting the Indy Sister Cities Fest – and is looking for photographers and videographers to cover the event.
Following are the event details:
Event: Indy Sister Cities Fest
Time: Sept. 6th, 2014. 12pm-5pm
Location, Georgia Street, Indianapolis, IN
*Transportation to and from Indy provided
The 4th Indy Sister Cities Fest is a festival dedicated towards promoting
Indy as a Global City! The festival has representation from Indy’s eight
international cities from Taiwan, Brazil, Italy, UK, India, Germany, China
and Slovenia and is a festival devoted towards promoting the awareness of a
global Indy to the general public. The event will have world music
performances, dancing, international cuisines, a fun kid’s zone with
international sports and games.
We are looking for 1 photographer and 1 videographer to cover the event for
Description of Job:
Attend the event from 12-5pm. Take pictures of the event.
Transportation and lunch included. Compensation negotiable.
Attend the event from 12-5pm. Take video footage of the event and compose a short 3 minute video showing the high-lights of the event. Transportation and lunch included. Compensation negotiable.
Calling all designers, reporters, editors, videographers, photographers and other communications students: The Media School student communications team has several part-time paid positions open to journalism, telecommunications, and communication and culture students.
Pay is $10 per hour, and hours vary widely depending on assignments. All applicants must have previous experience in the areas in which they apply, and they must submit links to online portfolios or other published/posted work.
Deadline to apply for all positions is Aug. 29.
Duties include designing and producing promotional materials for print and Web, and assisting the director of creative strategy on other projects. The position averages about 15 hours per week.
Required skills include knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, and photography or illustration abilities. Submit a cover letter and link to a portfolio to Laura Pence, journalism’s director of creative strategy.
Duties include covering various beats associated with The Media School’s programs and events, discovering leads to great stories and then using journalistic skills to report and write about them. Must have had internship or student media experience. Hours as needed. To apply, complete the online form. Contact journalism’s digital content manager Gena Asher with questions.
Duties include covering events as well as shooting faculty and staff environmental portraits. Must be able to organize, schedule and complete assignments without direct supervision. Must be adept in Photoshop or other visual communication software. Hours as needed. To apply, complete the online form. Contact journalism’s digital content manager Gena Asher with questions.
Videographers must be able to conceive and execute short videos appropriate for use on The Media School website to show students in action, class activities and other school activities. Must be able to organize, schedule and complete assignments without direct supervision. Must be adept in Final Cut Pro or other visual communication software. Hours as needed. To apply, complete the online form. Contact journalism’s digital content manager Gena Asher with questions.
Screencasting and/or video editing assistant to test and film course website tutorials. Must be able to organize, schedule and complete assignments without direct supervision. Hours as needed. To apply, complete the online form. Contact Web developer Andy Koop with questions.
The assistant works closely with the Web content editor to compile items for calendars, newsletters and other communications team materials. Must have excellent grammar skills and be able to covert long descriptions of events and activities into concise and tightly written blurbs. To apply, complete the online form. Contact journalism’s digital content manager Gena Asher with questions.
The Daily Local News, which airs M-Th, 5:30-6pm, is in need of an
engineer/intern to assist with the production of our live broadcast.
The engineer maintains consistency with audio, cues anchors and plays the
appropriate sound bite when needed. A small portion involves reading brief
announcements, time, weather on air. It would also involve post-production,
including editing audio files using Audacity and posting individual stories
to the WFHB website. The ideal candidates would be available weekdays, from
5-7pm. Work as few as one shift per week. We are looking for multiple
candidates to fill these roles. Possible internship credit (check with your advisor) and a
great experience for those interested in broadcast careers.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana
Position: Communications and Marketing Intern
SEMESTER: Fall 2014 (Sept. 8- Dec. 10)
REPORTS TO: Special Events and Marketing Coordinator
HOURS/COMPENSATION: 10-12 hours per week, unpaid
This position will work closely with the Special Events & Marketing Coordinator to establish effective and thorough media and print communications. Projects will include the following:
Establishing a strategic social media communications plan for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
1. A content-driven program focusing on social media visibility
2. A focus on transparency as well as engagement with Bigs and parents
Updating all social media accounts on a bi-weekly basis
Research the prevalence of other BBBS agencies on Pinterest
Assist with press releases and general PR/Marketing outreach
Assisting with graphic design and BBBS branding (preferred, but not required)
Coordinating and producing the monthly Match E-Newsletter for BBBSSCI Bigs and Littles
Publishing a quarterly feature e-newsletter targeting donors
Assist with mass solicitation outreach and direct mailings
Assist with special events when necessary, including photography and video recording
Assist with day-to-day office management tasks
Candidates must possess the following qualifications:
An articulated belief in the mission of BBBS
Strong and effective communication skills
Demonstrated ability to increase productivity and continuously improve methods and approaches.
Extensive knowledge and experience working with different social media platforms
Media communications and marketing experience
Proficient media communication skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop)
Multi-tasking abilities that meet the need of daily variability within a non-profit
Ability to produce high quality work that meets the BBBS national branding requirements
Creative interpretation skills and perseverance
Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and 2 references to Brittany Slate, Special Events and Marketing Coordinator, at email@example.com. Applications will not be accepted after August 22nd. Interviews will be hosted August 25th-29th. Qualified candidate will begin the week of September 8th.
Questions? Call Brittany at (812) 334-2828 x226
AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTS INSTITUTE
Video Media Assistant
Terms of Appointment
Temporary – $10 hourly rate
Working with the AAAI’s technical supervisor, marketing office, executive director, the media assistant will work primarily on projects that support promotion, preservation, and research components of the AAAI’s mission.
1. Digitally capture, transfer, and edit video documents.
2. Produce or assist in the production of media projects, such as promotional videos, documentaries, and demonstration videos.
3. Set up and operate video recording equipment for AAAI events and projects.
4. Schedule video shoots for concerts and other events involving non-AAAI sources, such as Bloomington CATS, and IU Radio/Television services.
5. Maintain an updated and accessible inventory of the AAAI’s video recordings.
6. Maintain an orderly and clean working storage environment in the AAAI’s video room.
7. Working with the AAAI technical supervisor, maintain a video equipment inventory.
8. Advise the technical supervisor or AAAI executive director on the purchase and maintenance of AV hardware and software.
9. Assist with the IU Media Preservation Project in the following ways:
a. Attend and participate in project related meetings
b. Assist with organizing the video inventory into MPP projects
c. Assist with the process of gathering and recording metadata
d. Label and verify the accuracy of labels on audio and video recordings
10. Perform other duties, as determined by the AAAI executive director or technical supervisor.
General AAAI Employee Responsibilities
1. Attend and be punctual for staff meetings, orientation and training sessions, rehearsals, and performances as assigned
2. Maintain required office hours
3. Take responsibility for security and care of University equipment and facilities assigned for your use
4. Follow procedures outlined in the AAAI Staff Handbook, and all IU publications governing faculty and staff
Support of Events
Members of the AAAI staff are strongly encouraged to attend, if not assigned to work, events sponsored by the AAAI, as well as events involving AAAI students and staff members.
Dr. Charles Sykes, Executive Director
Johnny Campbell, Technical Supervisor
Image Resources, Inc., Indianapolis is an established, Emmy®-Award winning video production company which has an immediate need for two full-time or part-time Video Production Assistants to become involved in all facets of video production and follow-up, including:
- Client contact and scheduling
- Interview logging
- DVD/MP4 duplication and packaging
- Shipping and receiving
- Studio cleanup
- Project filing
- And so on….
Business hours are 8:30am to 5pm, but of course in video production one might need to start early and stay late depending on what needs to be done. But that doesn’t happen too often.
We’ve had recent projects in Las Vegas, Iowa and Virginia, so the successful candidate will be able to travel out of state periodically with all expenses paid. These are often overnight projects.
Everything is shot solid-state and edited in HD. Sometimes you’ll be shooting with a team, and other times you’ll be solo. You’ll be actively involved in piecing together documentaries that change lives. Our work is highly respected by our clients around the country. We’ve been in business for twenty years so you can be confident of job security.
We have two subsidiaries – one specializes in web video production, and the other in still photography. You will also be involved in those ventures.
The successful candidate is expected to:
- Be organized, creative, and present himself/herself in a professional manner when around clients;
- Have a degree in T-Comm, or the equivalent in professional experience;
- Have experience editing video with FCP7 or Adobe Premiere Pro;
- Have experience shooting with a pro-grade video camera and accessories;
- Have an understanding of 3-point lighting;
- Be able to lift and carry equipment weighing up to 40 lbs;
- Have a good grasp of the English language, altho a secondary language is a plus;
- Abstain from smoking during the work day, lunch break excepted;
- Have reliable transportation;
- Be a quick learner;
- Be self managing;
- Be a problem solver;
- Be willing to travel, sometimes for several days.
Big plusses would be programming experience with web design and SEO, motion graphics, photography, sales, and/or marketing.
Full time salary starts at $30k to $32k.
If interested, please email Dave Fulton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This summer, the Student Media Bureau is producing photo, video and print marketing materials for a variety of offices and departments for the Division of Student Affairs. This is a great opportunity for students to get involved with the film production process as talent, as you will be working with a trained team of videographers and photographers. Along with this, your photos and footage will be featured in IU’s prints, brochures, photos, and online banners.
We want to represent all students of IU and are looking for:
- Male and Females
- 18-27 years old
- International students encouraged!
- Asian, Black, European, Hispanic, Indian & Middle Eastern
Compensation for working with the Student Media Bureau will include Starbucks gift cards and New IU Apparel!
We are holding to Casting Calls on:
- Thursday June 12th 1pm
- Friday June 13th 10am
The Casting Call will take place at SMB Headquarters, located on the 2nd floor of the GLBT Building at 705 East 7th St.
If you are unable to attend, feel free to contact the Student Media Bureau at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>with your photograph, short bio, and contact.