Videographer Internships

Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:09/12/2017Date Closing:open until filledJob Number:74412Work Unit: Eberly College of ScienceDepartment:Office of Science OutreachFull/Part Time:Part?Time
The Eberly College of Science Office of Science Outreach is seeking Videographer Interns for 2017-2018 to assist in filming science outreach programs, promoting K-12 STEM education and science using social media, and documenting faculty/staff science communication efforts to share with broader audiences. Videographers will discuss filming, editing, and delivery schedules as well as the expectations for finished video products with the Science Outreach Director before each program or event. For assigned programs or events, videographers are expected to take the necessary digital movie footage of science outreach program participants and staff during outreach programming, edit video footage to create short films with closed captioning for future marketing or digital outreach utilization, and deliver completed video(s) by dates determined with the Science Outreach Director. Videographers are expected to be efficiently responsive to Science Outreach staff comments on videos before finalizing videos and posting them to requested social media channels. Individuals should be punctual, creative, dynamic, and know how to use Final Cut Pro or Premier editing software or have skills in other software to produce quality videos under time-sensitive deadlines. Essential requirements: demonstrated success with and enthusiasm for K-12 students, excellent interpersonal, organizational, and verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task and learn on-the-job. Must be a proactive self-starter with willingness to adapt to changing position requirements. Reliability and flexible schedule (including weekend hours and evenings) are essential. Applications must be submitted electronically and should include a cover letter that with a statement of relevant outreach and film experience and a resume. Applicants must supply the names and contact information for at least two references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions have been filled.

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