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Position: Coordinator of Technology in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. This is a term, Administrative/Professional position and is contingent on availability of funding.
Effective Date of Appointment: Appointment begins as soon as possible, with reappointment possible pending availability of funds, needs and satisfactory performance.
Qualifications: BA or higher degree in media arts field and experience in all aspects of the contemporary Digital Media production work flow, from media creation to editing and distribution. Must be comfortable with the specifics of video codecs and fluent with industry standard video and audio post production software. Must demonstrate an eagerness to stay up to date with technology trends in New Media technology and to learn new skills as necessary. Database management skills required. Able to do routine maintenance and trouble-shooting of equipment.
Duties: This position is primarily responsible for assessing, managing and maintaining media creation tools, such as video and still cameras, audio capture devices, and general lighting equipment, to keep the college in lockstep with the rapidly evolving technologies and practices in media creation. As such, the position must research and recommend the acquisition of new technologies and train students and faculty in their use when necessary. S/he is tasked to maximize the use of the new media production equipment through the "Media Arts Technology Center", the College's integrated checkout facility.
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