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Career Services: Job Search Support Group

Posted: September 26, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs, Student groups
Are you a College of Arts & Sciences senior graduating in December or May? Have you started your job search? Would you like the opportunity to share your experiences with your peers?
If you are starting your job search or just beginning the process and would like some additional guidance and support during the process, join us for a unique opportunity to talk with your peers about the mistakes, pitfalls, fears, and successes of the job search. Sometimes talking with your friends is the best way to learn what works and what not to do. This group will cover the important pieces of the job search including resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and transition, but is also an opportunity to talk with people who are in the same position as you. You will get ideas and advice from your peers as well as support from the Arts & Sciences Career Services and trained counselors.
If you are interested in joining the group or have additional questions, please contact Alison Smith (
When: Wednesday for 5 sessions starting October 15 and ending November 12th , 5:30-7:00 pm


Positions available are listed below. Please click the links to see the PDF posters for detailed information!

music composer

project manager

video camera operator

video editor

motion graphics designer

graphic designer

event photographer

content writer

Looking for Feature Film Actors and Extras

Posted: August 28, 2014 by telecom in Jobs

OCTOBER 2014. *







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

Event Description:
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
the day.

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.

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.

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.

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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Video Media Assistant

Posted: August 14, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs


Video Media Assistant

Terms of Appointment
Temporary – $10 hourly rate

General Description
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

Two Video Production Positions – Immediate Openings

Posted: August 4, 2014 by telecom in Jobs

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
  •  Shooting
  •  Editing
  •  Interview logging
  •  Writing
  •  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

WANTED: Arts and Technology Teacher

Posted: April 10, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs
Harmony High School in Bloomington, Indiana  is looking for a versatile arts and technology teacher (teaching certification not required) with expertise in digital media (web design, graphics , video and music) and electronics (circuits, knowledge of basic programming) to start 9/1/14. The right candidate will inspire students to compose music; make documentary shorts; build web pages; learn programming; dabble in digital arts. If you dream of designing your own curriculum and are passionate about equipping young people with the skills to navigate through this digital age – then this is the opportunity for you! Harmony utilizes a holistic educational approach, and requires personalized involvement in all aspects of students’ development. Looking for experienced applicants who value interaction with students of all ages, and an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, and are interested in participating in a team concept of “shared decision-making.”


Posting: OASIS Prevention Program Liaisons

Posted: April 4, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs

Posting: OASIS Prevention Program Liaisons
OASIS is a part of the Division of Student Affairs (within the IU Health Center) and works closely with Residential and Program Services (RPS) and other campus partners. We are currently seeking four Program Liaisons who will be employed 10 hours per week from August-May, during the 2014-2015 school academic year. This is a paid position.

The mission of OASIS is to decrease the harm created by substance use on campus through education, prevention, intervention and recovery support. This includes collaborative programming, individual intervention, consultation and evaluation.

Program Liaisons at OASIS will:

• Coordinate alcohol and drug programs with Resident Assistants (RAs), RPS staff and student organizations or communities
• Assist during large alcohol and drug programming on campus. These include collaborative programming during Welcome Week (August), Homecoming, Halloween, Culture of Care, Sexual Assault Prevention, Little 500 and others.
• Represent OASIS at the RPS Resource Fair in August and the IUHC Health Fair in October, various other fairs, and RPS Alcohol and Drug Workgroup (once every two weeks during fall and spring)
• In collaboration with Graduate Assistant, Director and office counselors, conduct seminars/workshops pertinent to our mission
• Assist Intervention Coordinator, Director and Graduate Assistant in data entry, analysis and reporting
• Remain current on campus and national substance abuse trends
• Maintain social media accounts for OASIS on Facebook and Twitter
• Attend relevant OASIS trainings and administrative/team meetings

Each Program Liaison will need to commit to 10 hours per week, except during campus breaks.

All students may apply. Students in Public Health, SPEA, Counseling, Pre-Law, Criminal Justice, Education (K-College level), Leadership, Marketing, Social Work and Counseling are preferred, but not required.

Early return to campus in fall 2014 is required to attend all relevant trainings for the fall.
OASIS is seeking to fill these positions for the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 academic year.

Please send resume and letter of interest to Jackie Daniels, Director at if you are interested in a position.
Interviews will take place between now and May 1st, 2014. You will be contacted via email about an interview.

Funny or Die is looking for next year’s Campus Ambassador!

This very special human will act as a liaison between our world in Hollywood and your campus community. This will mean promoting our featured content, coordinating events, helping your talented, creative peers get their content on the Funny or Die Platform and a lot more…

The ideal candidate… embodies the Funny or Die brand and can’t wait to think of ways to make Funny or Die the ultimate procrastination destination. We are looking for a social chameleon with a passion for comedy who has their finger on the pulse of campus life. Of course you have to be organized, dependable, entrepreneurial, creative and a natural leader. You should probably have had a job or two in the past, and a track record for being a bad ass at organizing things and people.

This is a part time job. And if chosen you will have unparalleled access to the geniuses behind Funny or Die.

Oh, and we’ll pay you.

Requirements: 5-10 hours per week. Upper classmen preferred. 
If you are interested please email

Thank you!

Chelsea Connors

House Manager, Indiana University Cinema

Campus Ambassador, Funny or Die

Communications & Culture and Telecommunications

Indiana University, Bloomington