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CITRIS Videographer

Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 employees are required to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States (a list of acceptable documents to establish eligibility can be found here)
Hours Per Week: 15 Hours
Background Check: No
CITRIS seeks a creative individual to make videos for YouTube and social media to share the research and events of our organization. CITRIS delivers a number of lectures that we would like to promote online and turn into shorter useful videos. We'd also like to promote team members, faculty and researchers and their research to a wider audience. The successful candidate will:
*Create compelling videos for CITRIS events, programs, projects, and initiatives
*Capture high-quality videos during events, programs, and projects
*Assist with maintaining CITRIS social media platforms with fresh video (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
*Maintain archive of all video files for historical and reporting purposes
*Provide support to department staff (Director, Associate Director, Program Director, and related programs)
*Assist with events sponsored and supported by CITRIS as necessary
*Coordinate with other campus departments and external partners as necessary
*Support other CITRIS projects as necessary
*Familiarity with operating camera hardware
*Experience with videography software (Premiere Pro): include example in your resume or coverletter
*Ability to understand the department's mission and communicate mission and goals in media
*Organizational skills (including experience with/willingness to learn various technologies and programs to organize and complete tasks)
*Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and balance numerous tasks with varying deadlines
*Perform detail-oriented and timely tasks
*Communication skills in one-on-one and group settings with students, staff, faculty, community members, and donors/sponsors
*Ability to work independently and as part of a team
*Maintain confidentiality in regards to personnel and financial information
*All majors are welcomed to apply!
Please contact Leigh Bernacchi at for more information.
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