Media Studios Technical Specialist
The University Libraries Studios Network consists of spaces that provide access to the tools and technologies used in creation processes for library patrons. The Media Studios Technical Specialist position will have responsibilities to include overseeing the studio as well as responsibilities to provide consultation hours to library patrons and/or teach workshops on behalf of the Studios Network. All Studios Network positions entail interacting with all patrons of the studios, regardless of race, gender, or status, in a welcoming and friendly manner. Patrons will range from those with no experience with technology to those very familiar with the equipment and software that the Studios provide access to. Please visit the Studios webpages to learn more about the creation tools available in each Studio https://lib.vt.edu/create-share/studios.html.
- Excellent customer service experience.
- Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and maintain equipment.
- Previous experience with explaining/demonstrating or teaching others about media creation software, technologies, and processes.
- Knowledge or experience of audio, video, photography, and/or media design hardware and software.
- Ability to work independently without supervision.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to understand and support emerging technologies and hardware.
- Prior experience supervising and training others.
- Demonstrated experience preparing lesson plans and teaching.
- Desire to participate in unique projects given to the Studio by University partners.
- Proven ability to organize physical spaces and manage logistics of a large number of physical items.
$15.00-$20.00 dependent on qualifications and experience
September 15, 2021
- Work Schedule:average of 30 hours per week to be determined by supervisor and successful candidate. May work nights and weekend hours occasionally as needed. (hours include summer and school break hours)
- The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check as well as documentation of COVID-19 vaccination.
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