Students who would like to learn more about the video production process or the audio/visual production process can apply to work at the Office of Video Services through student work study. Students must qualify for state or federal work study and can work up to twenty-five hours per week.
There are two positions available:
Students will work with Ken Ciroli, media specialist, who is in charge of setting up A/V equipment for university events. Students must be self-motivated, reliable, able to lift heavy equipment, willing to work evenings and weekends, and have a driver's license with a good driving record. Student responsibilities include setting up microphones, speakers, mixers, projectors, screens, etc., as well as organizing and caring for the equipment. The most important events that students are required to be available for work are December Commencement, May Commencement, and the Freshman Convocation. This position must be filled with two students at all times, so applicants are encouraged to apply at the end and beginning of each semester to see if an opening is coming.
Students will work with Bill Hamilton, director of Video, as a production assistant. Students must be self-motivated, reliable, willing to work evenings and weekends, creative, responsible, and have a driver's license with a good driving record. Students must qualify for federal work study for this position. Student responsibilities include running errands, making duplicates of masters, assisting during shoots, calling clients/arranging shooting times, and learning how to use, maintain, and respect the equipment. This job requires students to be extremely self-motivated, as there will not be an assignment every day. This is not a desk job—you will not be answering phones and taking messages. Students are expected to have a strong desire to learn the equipment and the process of video production. Please contact Bill Hamilton (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in applying.