Classification Title: Media Resources Specialist II
College/Division: Division of Information Technology
Department: DOIT Business Operations
Advertised Salary Range: $28,903
Advertised Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Graphics Manager II, manages, plans, designs or produces advanced photographic or media resources, graphics and/or multimedia at the National Advocacy Center for The Justice Television Network. Supervises and/or performs complex photography and photographic processing. Skilled in the operation of complex digital imaging equipment and software. Supervises the maintenance and operation of audiovisual and multimedia equipment. Maintains media resources collections. Must have a comprehensive understanding of all phases of production including but not limited to: meeting with clients to determine production needs; still and motion cameras; non-linear editing; lighting; motion graphics/animation; and computer based learning.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Bachelor's degree and 1 year related experience, or high school diploma and 5 years related experience.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 65750
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