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Technology Assistant -Video Production

Posted: September 27, 2021
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We’re hiring for a Technical Assistant -Video Production position. This could be you if. . .

You are an inspired professional who wants to help create amazing e-learning experiences in higher education by working with faculty, creative team members, vendor-innovators, and IT experts. You understand video production and enjoy working both in educational technologies and multimedia fields.

You are able and willing to work in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.

But enough about you, how about us?

We are the Research, Teaching and Learning team in ITC at Dartmouth – instructional designers, developers and technologists who work to spark and infuse high-impact digital learning at Dartmouth. We’re highly collaborative, technically oriented, reflective, forward facing, and not afraid to try new things (even when they don’t work out). We have a shared sense of accountability and mission that we use to support others and ourselves.

What about daily life? Work with faculty and students who are (relatively or entirely) new to online teaching and learning, supporting them with technological coaching. Solve problems, record and edit educational video content, build courses and multimedia assets, write video production guides, develop new processes, share information. Remain curious, patient, flexible, and collaborative while also working independently.

Videography / Educational Digital Media Content Creation 35%:
-Capture and produce high quality video and audio content in accordance with the project teams’ requirements.
-Create educational digital media content (e.g., motion graphics and animations)
-Maintains library and database of multimedia assets, and adds multimedia to Learning Management System(s) as needed.

Video Editing 35%:
-Coordinate all aspects of post-production projects, including: logging and managing media assets, basic editorial, creation and insertion of graphics and other media materials, final finishing of video and audio and delivery and archiving of resulting completed videos.
-Participate in quality assurance processes and practices (e.g., incorporating feedback from project teams and editing & publishing video content, accordingly).
-Oversees preventative maintenance and basic repair of equipment as well as the installation, modification and upgrading of software as needed.

Communication and Outreach 20%:
-Consult with project teams on media production requirements and media production requests.
-Create relevant and effective hardware and software training materials for use by faculty and students as needed.
-Converge with team mates in response to faculty and student needs (e.g., support online synchronous web meetings, resolve technical questions).

Other duties as assigned 10%

-Bachelor degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in a relevant discipline (educational technology, media production)
-Experience in high quality video production and post-production with demonstrable ability to create finished videos.
-Familiarity with hardware and software used in media production, including: use of studio equipment (e.g., video cameras, teleprompters sound and lighting equipment, greenscreens); video editing software (e.g. Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects); and multimedia production software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Stock Assets).
-Proficient at video/audio post-processing (e.g., color grading, select trim and split, audio correction, animation); experience in visual design (graphic design, motion design).
-Knowledge in current video technology and media production best practices.
-Ability to troubleshoot technical issues efficiently, provide basic technical support for Windows OS, MacOS and other supportive software, and a proven track record of commitment to providing excellent customer service.
-Experience with video conferencing/communication software (eg Zoom).
-Ability to work successfully in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.
-Superior ability to engage in positive interactions and provide professional customer service to all members of the Dartmouth community.
-Knowledge of effective task and project management practices.
-Excellent communication skills and keen ability to work as a team member and independently.
-Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.

Physical Requirements:
-Ability to repeatedly (and for extended periods of time) sit, stand, stoop and walk, as well as lift, lower and transport loads up to 40 pounds.
-Ability to hear a wide range of levels and tones with strong vision, including good depth perception and ability to differentiate colors.
-Ability to travel (e.g., ride in a motor vehicle for extended periods of time) as needed.

Schedule:
-Weekend and night availability is required as needed (e.g., during 2 residential periods a year, to work with the ticketing system, to cover Zoom sessions for MHCDS and TDI). All other times are M-F, 8a-5p.

-Demonstrated knowledge and experience in at least one Learning Management System.
-Proficient with eLearning authoring tools such as Articulate 360 (Rise 360, Storyline 360), Adobe Captivate, Lectora, etc., preferred.
-Experience working at an academic institution and partnering with faculty and staff to support teaching and learning.

https://home.dartmouth.edu/

Description

We’re hiring for a Technical Assistant -Video Production position. This could be you if. . .

You are an inspired professional who wants to help create amazing e-learning experiences in higher education by working with faculty, creative team members, vendor-innovators, and IT experts. You understand video production and enjoy working both in educational technologies and multimedia fields.

You are able and willing to work in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.

But enough about you, how about us?

We are the Research, Teaching and Learning team in ITC at Dartmouth – instructional designers, developers and technologists who work to spark and infuse high-impact digital learning at Dartmouth. We’re highly collaborative, technically oriented, reflective, forward facing, and not afraid to try new things (even when they don’t work out). We have a shared sense of accountability and mission that we use to support others and ourselves.

What about daily life? Work with faculty and students who are (relatively or entirely) new to online teaching and learning, supporting them with technological coaching. Solve problems, record and edit educational video content, build courses and multimedia assets, write video production guides, develop new processes, share information. Remain curious, patient, flexible, and collaborative while also working independently.

Videography / Educational Digital Media Content Creation 35%:
-Capture and produce high quality video and audio content in accordance with the project teams’ requirements.
-Create educational digital media content (e.g., motion graphics and animations)
-Maintains library and database of multimedia assets, and adds multimedia to Learning Management System(s) as needed.

Video Editing 35%:
-Coordinate all aspects of post-production projects, including: logging and managing media assets, basic editorial, creation and insertion of graphics and other media materials, final finishing of video and audio and delivery and archiving of resulting completed videos.
-Participate in quality assurance processes and practices (e.g., incorporating feedback from project teams and editing & publishing video content, accordingly).
-Oversees preventative maintenance and basic repair of equipment as well as the installation, modification and upgrading of software as needed.

Communication and Outreach 20%:
-Consult with project teams on media production requirements and media production requests.
-Create relevant and effective hardware and software training materials for use by faculty and students as needed.
-Converge with team mates in response to faculty and student needs (e.g., support online synchronous web meetings, resolve technical questions).

Other duties as assigned 10%

Skills

-Bachelor degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in a relevant discipline (educational technology, media production)
-Experience in high quality video production and post-production with demonstrable ability to create finished videos.
-Familiarity with hardware and software used in media production, including: use of studio equipment (e.g., video cameras, teleprompters sound and lighting equipment, greenscreens); video editing software (e.g. Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects); and multimedia production software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Stock Assets).
-Proficient at video/audio post-processing (e.g., color grading, select trim and split, audio correction, animation); experience in visual design (graphic design, motion design).
-Knowledge in current video technology and media production best practices.
-Ability to troubleshoot technical issues efficiently, provide basic technical support for Windows OS, MacOS and other supportive software, and a proven track record of commitment to providing excellent customer service.
-Experience with video conferencing/communication software (eg Zoom).
-Ability to work successfully in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.
-Superior ability to engage in positive interactions and provide professional customer service to all members of the Dartmouth community.
-Knowledge of effective task and project management practices.
-Excellent communication skills and keen ability to work as a team member and independently.
-Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.

Physical Requirements:
-Ability to repeatedly (and for extended periods of time) sit, stand, stoop and walk, as well as lift, lower and transport loads up to 40 pounds.
-Ability to hear a wide range of levels and tones with strong vision, including good depth perception and ability to differentiate colors.
-Ability to travel (e.g., ride in a motor vehicle for extended periods of time) as needed.

Schedule:
-Weekend and night availability is required as needed (e.g., during 2 residential periods a year, to work with the ticketing system, to cover Zoom sessions for MHCDS and TDI). All other times are M-F, 8a-5p.

Education

-Demonstrated knowledge and experience in at least one Learning Management System.
-Proficient with eLearning authoring tools such as Articulate 360 (Rise 360, Storyline 360), Adobe Captivate, Lectora, etc., preferred.
-Experience working at an academic institution and partnering with faculty and staff to support teaching and learning.

Company Description

https://home.dartmouth.edu/

Position Overview

Company

Dartmouth College

Location

Hanover, NH

Job Type

Full time

Salary

$18.75 - $23.46

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Listing Contact

Sarah Cloud

sarah.c.cloud@dartmouth.edu 8025650829

Position Details

Description

We’re hiring for a Technical Assistant -Video Production position. This could be you if. . .

You are an inspired professional who wants to help create amazing e-learning experiences in higher education by working with faculty, creative team members, vendor-innovators, and IT experts. You understand video production and enjoy working both in educational technologies and multimedia fields.

You are able and willing to work in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.

But enough about you, how about us?

We are the Research, Teaching and Learning team in ITC at Dartmouth – instructional designers, developers and technologists who work to spark and infuse high-impact digital learning at Dartmouth. We’re highly collaborative, technically oriented, reflective, forward facing, and not afraid to try new things (even when they don’t work out). We have a shared sense of accountability and mission that we use to support others and ourselves.

What about daily life? Work with faculty and students who are (relatively or entirely) new to online teaching and learning, supporting them with technological coaching. Solve problems, record and edit educational video content, build courses and multimedia assets, write video production guides, develop new processes, share information. Remain curious, patient, flexible, and collaborative while also working independently.

Videography / Educational Digital Media Content Creation 35%:
-Capture and produce high quality video and audio content in accordance with the project teams’ requirements.
-Create educational digital media content (e.g., motion graphics and animations)
-Maintains library and database of multimedia assets, and adds multimedia to Learning Management System(s) as needed.

Video Editing 35%:
-Coordinate all aspects of post-production projects, including: logging and managing media assets, basic editorial, creation and insertion of graphics and other media materials, final finishing of video and audio and delivery and archiving of resulting completed videos.
-Participate in quality assurance processes and practices (e.g., incorporating feedback from project teams and editing & publishing video content, accordingly).
-Oversees preventative maintenance and basic repair of equipment as well as the installation, modification and upgrading of software as needed.

Communication and Outreach 20%:
-Consult with project teams on media production requirements and media production requests.
-Create relevant and effective hardware and software training materials for use by faculty and students as needed.
-Converge with team mates in response to faculty and student needs (e.g., support online synchronous web meetings, resolve technical questions).

Other duties as assigned 10%

Skills and Experience

-Bachelor degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in a relevant discipline (educational technology, media production)
-Experience in high quality video production and post-production with demonstrable ability to create finished videos.
-Familiarity with hardware and software used in media production, including: use of studio equipment (e.g., video cameras, teleprompters sound and lighting equipment, greenscreens); video editing software (e.g. Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects); and multimedia production software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Stock Assets).
-Proficient at video/audio post-processing (e.g., color grading, select trim and split, audio correction, animation); experience in visual design (graphic design, motion design).
-Knowledge in current video technology and media production best practices.
-Ability to troubleshoot technical issues efficiently, provide basic technical support for Windows OS, MacOS and other supportive software, and a proven track record of commitment to providing excellent customer service.
-Experience with video conferencing/communication software (eg Zoom).
-Ability to work successfully in a hybrid, and/or onsite (Hanover, NH) environment for at least one year.
-Superior ability to engage in positive interactions and provide professional customer service to all members of the Dartmouth community.
-Knowledge of effective task and project management practices.
-Excellent communication skills and keen ability to work as a team member and independently.
-Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.

Physical Requirements:
-Ability to repeatedly (and for extended periods of time) sit, stand, stoop and walk, as well as lift, lower and transport loads up to 40 pounds.
-Ability to hear a wide range of levels and tones with strong vision, including good depth perception and ability to differentiate colors.
-Ability to travel (e.g., ride in a motor vehicle for extended periods of time) as needed.

Schedule:
-Weekend and night availability is required as needed (e.g., during 2 residential periods a year, to work with the ticketing system, to cover Zoom sessions for MHCDS and TDI). All other times are M-F, 8a-5p.

Education

-Demonstrated knowledge and experience in at least one Learning Management System.
-Proficient with eLearning authoring tools such as Articulate 360 (Rise 360, Storyline 360), Adobe Captivate, Lectora, etc., preferred.
-Experience working at an academic institution and partnering with faculty and staff to support teaching and learning.

Company Description

https://home.dartmouth.edu/

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