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Arts & Sciences Career Services

Posted: March 10, 2015 by joshuasites in Jobs

Follow this link to learn more about Career Services available to you through the College of Arts & Sciences!

Responsibilities consist of, but are not limited to:
– On-location filming
– Video editing/post-production
– Converting media content to meet mobile/web standards
– Contributing to CITL web resources and other multimedia projects
– Assisting faculty members in learning media technologies
 
The first semester will be considered on-the-job training and will be compensated by course credit, if applicable for your major. After completion of the first semester’s training, you may be considered for continued work which will be compensated at $13/hour.
 
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Matthew Barton, mattbart@indiana.edu

First Generation College Student Job Support Group

Posted: February 6, 2015 by joshuasites in Jobs
First Generation College Student Job Support Group
This semester the IU Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services Office will be conducting a job search support group aimed specifically at providing assistance to first generation college students. We are seeking first generation college students who are seniors currently pursuing degrees within the College of Arts and Sciences. This group will provide students with a deeper knowledge of the career development process, including: self-assessment of career values, networking strategies, preparing resumes and cover letters, interviewing techniques, and confidence to make career-related decisions. This proposed group will meet on Fridays from 2-4pm, beginning February 13 and ending March 13. Please send any referrals and/or questions to akrowlan@indiana.edu

Career and Major Support Group

Posted: February 6, 2015 by joshuasites in Jobs
Career and Major Support Group
Are you having trouble choosing a major or deciding on a career? Do you ever feel like you are alone in the process? At the Career Development Center we know you are not alone and want to help you make these decisions in the best ways possible. The Career and Major Support Group will equip you to do just that! This five week program will explore the career development process giving you practical tools that will equip you to make these big decisions in informed and healthy ways. The group will meet on Tuesday mornings, starting February 10, from 9:00-10:30am for five weeks in a row. We will provide free breakfast – you bring your thoughts, questions, concerns, and dreams! Email Annie Rowland atakrowlan@indiana.edu to learn more.

Casting Call: Stardust & Moonbeams

Posted: February 3, 2015 by joshuasites in Jobs
STARDUST & MOONBEAMS
 
The woman is behind the camera.  The man is in front of it.  Sparks will fly.  Think smart, fun, and sexy.  Think sexual equality.  Ladies, it’s time to ‘Grab the Camera – Change the View.’  It’s the late 1920s yet very much about today.  We are women filmmakers.  
 
 
1) New casting call!  We need a new LEAD ACTRESS – this is the co-lead role of Beth Delkit Townsend (30, dark hair) (considering mid 20s – early 30s).  The full casting call for Beth can be found at our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/StardustMoonbeams
 
Self-taped auditions will be by invitation.  A final audition with our lead actor will be required.  
 
 
2) Still looking for the supporting role of Cherilyn Sykes Fitzsimmons (29, any hair color) (considering early 20s – early 30s but must look at least mid 20s):
Cherilyn is Beth’s friend. She’s a feminist, belonging to a birth control rights group like the other 2 women in the film, but she’s not as radical as Beth. She’s married (her husband doesn’t appear). Her youngest of 3 siblings, Matt Sykes, 16, is visiting from out of town. Their mother died when he was born, her doctor giving no contraception or information to prevent a dangerous last pregnancy. This motivates Cherilyn’s birth control work. Requires smoking an herbal cigarette as if it’s a tobacco cigarette.
 
Self-taped auditions will be by invitation. We will cast off the self-taped audition.  
 
Expected rehearsal/shoot dates:  March 27-31, 2015
All interior at Farmer House Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
 
Roles are PAID, plus meals, copy, credit, and lodging and travel stipend if needed.  Send headshot, resume, and any links to madelyn@stardustmoonbeams.com.  
 
Thanks!
Madelyn  
 
Madelyn Ritrosky, PhD
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IRTS ATLANTA CAREER DAY

Posted: January 16, 2015 by joshuasites in Events, Jobs
IRTS ATLANTA CAREER DAY
Sponsored by Cox Media Group
 
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2015
Atlanta, Georgia
Application Deadline:  
Sunday, January 25th, midnight EST
 
The Business of Media: Rewarding Career Tracks Explained with a Networking Opportunity to Pursue Them. This year the conference will feature exciting opportunities within DIGITAL. 
 
Greetings & Please Share!
  
The IRTS Foundation invites outstanding junior, senior, graduate students and recent graduates to apply now for a chance to attend the 2014 IRTS Atlanta Career Day sponsored by Cox Media Group.

Since many of you are just returning for the semester, we have extended the deadline.
Applications Due: Sunday, January 25, 2015 APPLY NOW!
To learn more & to download an application click here:
http://irtsfoundation.org/irts-atlanta-career-day.html
 
A multicultural career workshop designed to provide students in-depth insight into the exciting, evolving media industry, as well as concrete career advice for a competitive edge. Accomplished students from all majors (including business, sales, marketing, math, computer science, communications, etc.) are encouraged to apply.
PROGRAM: Learn about the various career opportunities available within a major, diversified company such as Cox Media Group. This year, the conference will take a close look at the business side of CMG, focusing on exciting opportunities in areas that include sales, digital, marketing and research.
The day will include morning panels followed by afternoon networking and interviews with company representatives.
 
Applicants who are selected to attend the Career Day will:
  • Gain an understanding about how the various divisions of Cox Media Group work together to become a successful enterprise.
  • Receive career planning advice and professional tips from company executives
  • Interview with company representatives for possible jobs, internships, or general career advice.
  • Hone networking skills while interacting with a broad range of industry professionals.
COST: Participants attend the Career Day free-of-charge. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
All students will be responsible for their own travel to and from the Career Day. 
 
NOTE: Students who are accepted are required to attend the entire day, 8:00am – 5:00pm.
 
IRTS Foundation
The IRTS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, which brings together the wisdom and power of today’s leaders to train and educate the next generation of media and communication professionals through its many educational programs and diversity initiatives. IRTS programs ensure that our business reaches its highest potential in this exciting digital age.
 
Cox Media Group, Inc. is an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing and digital media company that includes the national advertising rep firms of Cox Reps. With $1.8 billion in revenue, the company operations include 15 broadcast television stations and one local cable channel, 85 radio stations, eight daily newspapers and more than a dozen non-daily publications, and more than 100 digital services. Additionally, CMG owns and operates Valpak, one of the leading direct marketing companies in North America.

Cox Media Group looks to attract individuals who possess a positive attitude, a strong desire to learn and win, the willingness to work hard to achieve goals and the ability to persuade and motivate people to action. Quite often entry level opportunities are in sales and research. CMG offers extensive training and an unmatched benefits program, while the corporate culture is one that is a very positive, creative team environment where people can add value to the business, their local communities, and grow and thrive!
Tuesday, January 20th
4:00-7:00 p.m.
Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial Union
This fair gives IU students from a variety of liberal arts majors the opportunity to connect with organizations recruiting entry-level positions and/or internships. All majors are welcome to attend.

Stardust & Moonbeams Casting Call

Posted: December 5, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs
The woman is behind the camera. The man is in front of it. Sparks will
fly. Think smart, fun, and sexy. Think sexual equality. Ladies, it’s time

to ‘Grab the Camera – Change the View.’ It’s the late 1920s yet very much

about today.


This 20-min film will shoot at Farmer House Museum, Bloomington, Indiana.

The director is Terri Farley-Teruel, who directed the WWII romantic feature

Beautiful Dreamer. The writer/producer is Madelyn Ritrosky, co-author of

the forthcoming women’s fiction novel of the same name. They will cast the

roles. We’ve gotten the interest of a veteran Hollywood DP to shoot this

because she knows how needed this film is – for what’s on-screen and who’s

behind the camera. This will be a festival circuit film, with both Terri

and Madelyn working on separate feature screenplays set in this same era of

the late ’20s and early ’30s.

We’re 73% funded for the shoot. Our fundraising page is

http://emol.org/film/archives/stardustmoonbeams/fundraising.html (with our
trailer, online donating, filmmakers, actors, and more), which is part of

our website http://www.StardustMoonbeams.com <
http://www.stardustmoonbeams.com/> .
Our Facebook page is http://www.Facebook.com/StardustMoonbeams


PAID, credit, copy, meals. We prefer Bloomington actors or those who can

stay with friends/family here, but there is a travel stipend. Non-union.


There are 6 roles in this film, with 3 already cast (co-leads Will Townsend

& Beth Delkit Townsend, and supporting role Matt Sykes). We’re now looking

for the 3 other SUPPORTING roles. Tentative filming dates for the

supporting roles are Jan 24-26, 2015.


JANET VAN MIRRON (ages 25-37, blonde hair): Janet is 32, divorced, and

co-manages the family department store (it’s her niche) with younger brother

Will Townsend. She’s a feminist, but it’s tough being a woman manager in the

1920s, so she has gotten comfortable with Will as co-manager. She belongs to

the same birth control rights group as the other 2 women but not as radical

as Will’s wife, Beth Delkit Townsend. Janet is dating Cary – her asst

manager and 2 yrs younger.


CARY GWYNNART (ages 23-35, blonde hair, sexy good looks): Cary is 30, prone

to wise-cracks, and the dept store asst manager. His best friend is Will

Townsend, who is married to Cary’s cousin, Beth Delkit Townsend. Store

co-managers Will and Janet Van Mirron (Will’s older sister) are Cary’s

bosses at work – and she is his girlfriend. He supports her as a woman

manager in the’20s but still chafes at store gossip that he’s “the boss’s

boy.” Requires smoking an herbal cigarette (like clover or oregano) as if

it’s a tobacco cigarette.


CHERILYN SYKES FITZSIMMONS (ages 22-33, medium/darker hair): Cherilyn is

29, friend and bookshop employee of Beth Delkit Townsend. She’s a feminist,

belonging to the same birth control rights group as the other 2 women but

not as radical as Beth. She’s married (her husband doesn’t appear). Her

youngest of 3 siblings, Matt Sykes, 16, is visiting from out of town. Their

mother died when he was born, her doctor giving no contraception or

information to prevent a dangerous last pregnancy. This motivates Cherilyn’s

birth control work now in the late ’20s. Requires smoking an herbal

cigarette (like clover or oregano) as if it’s a tobacco cigarette.


Send headshot, resume, and reel (if you have one) to writer/producer Madelyn

Ritrosky at
madelyn@stardustmoonbeams.com. Self-taped auditions will be by
invitation only.

Seasonal Position Opening – TinCaps Video Production Assistant

Posted: October 17, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs

Seasonal Position Opening – TinCaps Video Production Assistant

 

Overall Job Description: Help the Video Production Manager and Assistant Video Production Manager with video responsibilities for games and special events. Assisting with video projects for the stadium video board, TV Broadcast, cable on-demand, and online websites. Projects included Audio/Video features, still graphics, and animations.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with all aspects of the Video Production Department
  • Help creating high quality content for the main stadium video board, the two LED outfield wallboards, and West Gate LED sign. (This includes Video features and graphics.)
  • Help with content, including features and post game highlights, to post to Xfinity On Demand and online (MiLB & TinCaps web sites).
  • Assist with any Pre-production and Post-production responsibilities.
  • Work on the production crew for live game day broadcasts (camera operator, graphics operator, etc.).
  • Work special events that require video staff.
  • Help with any video requirements for special events.
  • Help taking care of video equipment.
  • Assist with any additional Marketing/Media Relations graphic design projects.

 

Schedule/Pay:

  • Hours: 9am-5pm M-F, all home games and special events.
  • Monthly salary of $1,000 (paid bi-weekly)
  • Seasonal Position (Through September 2015)

 

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Adobe Premiere and/or Final Cut Pro
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Knowledge of video cameras (Camera model used: Cannon XL-2)
  • Experience with Studio Equipment:
  • Mac and PC proficiency
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  • Able to multi-task
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to make deadlines
  • General knowledge of baseball
    • Lights
    • Microphones (XLR cabled &Wireless)

 

Please E-mail Cover Letter and Résumé to:

Melissa Darby – Video Production Manager

E-mail: Darby@tincaps.com

WTIU Position Announcement

Posted: October 3, 2014 by telecom in Jobs

The Control department at WTIU is hiring two new Schedule Directors.

Ultimately, a Schedule Director is responsible for the station’s on-air presentation. This entails editing promos, airing severe weather updates, and directing the Newsbreaks for WTIU.

This position is a great way to gain experience working for a professional television station while still in school. The hours are flexible and will work around class schedules, and the building is conveniently located on campus.

Underclassmen, those with summer availability, and Telecommunications students are especially encouraged to apply. For more information about the position and to learn how to apply, please contact Alex Etheridge at aetherid@indiana.edu.