INSTRUCTIONAL MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION SPECIALIST L2 – University of Washington – Seattle, WA
Company: University of Washington
Location: Seattle, WA
University of Washington
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UW Continuum College (UWC²) expands the reach of the University of Washington with programs like UW Professional & Continuing Education, International & English Language Programs, Summer Youth and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the UW that meet the needs of various learners at all phases of their lives. We’re focused on removing obstacles to relevant educational opportunities by addressing geographic, financial, length of commitment and time constraints, increasing access to knowledge for more people. As a diverse community that values inclusivity and collaboration, we foster a respectful, supportive workplace where innovation comes to life. By looking ahead and experimenting with new approaches, we’re creating new educational opportunities to help people thrive in a world of change.
The Instructional Multimedia Production Specialist L2 is responsible for collaborating with faculty and staff to design video-based learning content so that it is instructionally valuable to the student audience as part of a course (i.e., manage the creation, construction and design of video content to support learning activities in a pedagogical setting). This role is also responsible for creating a compelling video narrative to aid in the delivery of learning. The role requires experience with creative storytelling, interviewing and online learning pedagogy; excellent interpersonal and relationship management abilities; and technical skillsets.
The Instructional Multimedia Production Specialist L2 will film and produce a large number of video assets for online courses. The ideal candidate has strong communication skills, is able to work independently to manage projects, collaborate with instructional designers, program managers, curriculum designers, media specialists and has experience developing creative solutions for academic instruction and online learning. In addition, the candidate will assist in managing and mentoring Instructional Multimedia Production Specialist L1, student workers and interns.
Instructional Media Design
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