Media School Student Team has Part-Time Openings

Posted: August 26, 2014 by telecom in Jobs

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.

Design specialist:
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.

Reporters:
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.

Photojournalist:
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:
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.

Screencast assistant:
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.

Editing assistant:
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.

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