Duties and Responsibilities
Check-in/check-out of A/V equipment. Complete all paperwork with
signatures and student id number.
Log reservations of equipment/editing suites and complete
check-in/check-out forms for equipment.
Ensure equipment functionality upon check-out/return. Note any
malfunctioning equipment and report it to the Media Technical
Assist students with basic troubleshooting of field, studio, editing
programs and related software including but not limited to Adobe
Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Audition.
Assist in Fitzwater Center Productions, in the field or in the
studio, including but not limited to events, Tuesday Briefings and
other shows, podcasts, public service announcements or University
promotional videos. These require evening and weekend work.
Enforce all policies set forth by the Director of the Marlin
Fitzwater Center for Communication, the Media Technical Specialist,
Additional requests of the Depot Production Assistants will be
handled in accordance with availability and competence of the Depot
Production Assistant on staff at the time of the request
Depot Production Assistants have access to secured areas for the
purpose of completion of scheduled job responsibilities only. No
special privileges are accorded Depot employees.
For additional information, consult the position description and
departmental policies and procedures.
Minimum Qualifications / Skills Required:
Must demonstrate basic production
skills and have a willingness to improve these skills and learn new
Skills to be
skills, audio recording, motion and graphic design, Adobe Creative
We are looking for a few good humans to work as
Depot Production Assistants. The job description and
responsibilities have been modified and updated for this academic
year, so please read carefully. The Depot Production Assistants must
demonstrate basic production skills and have a willingness to
improve these skills and learn new technologies. While on duty,
there will be access to learn when not checking in/out equipment.
However, this is not an opportunity to do your homework or embed
yourself in your phone. This is a hands-on, physically active
position that requires interfacing with students, faculty and staff
in a responsible and professional manner. Troubleshooting and the
ability to stay calm under pressure is very important. Interviews
will be conducted by the Media Technical Specialist.
Hours may vary
based on events.