Production Assistant – Emerson College – Boston, MA
Company: Emerson College
Location: Boston, MA
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This is a grant-funded position for an individual who will provide production and media technology assistance in the development and build-out of The Banjo Project, a digital museum and interactive web site dedicated to the musical and cultural history of the iconic American instrument.
- Assisting with the creation and refinement of new media content for the web site.
- Editing, annotating, research, digitizing, and populating the web site.:
- Assistance with the production of media content.
- Assisting the faculty member with content editing (digital audio and video tape, other sources)
- Formatting digital stills and uploading them to web site
- Qualifications: Working knowledge of film editing, audio and video digitization, and interactive media. Strong research and writing skills. Familiarity with digital video editing software, including Adobe. Familiarity with web content creation systems, such as WordPress, and video/audio hosting sites such as Vimeo and SoundCloud. . Good organizational skills a plus.
- Preferred Qualifications: A working or professional background in modern media, film and sound production, and basic web development and maintenance is preferred.
- Work Environment and Demands of the position: Work is conducted at an iMac workstation in the faculty member’s office.
This is a grant-funded position for an individual who will provide production and media technology assistance in the development and build-out of The Banjo Project, a digital museum and interactive web site dedicated to the musical and cultural history of the iconic American instrument
Grade of Position: A14N
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 19.00
Hiring Range: $22,406.90 – $23,428.97
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