Student Employment

The purpose of the Student Employment Program is to provide employment to those students with financial need thereby enabling them to meet a portion of their educational expenses and to assist the Westminster community by providing part-time employees to assist in the daily operation of the College. The program also serves to connect the educational experience with the world of work and affords students the opportunity to develop competencies and skills that employers seek from college graduates, such as a strong work ethic and computer, communication, time-management, and problem-solving skills, to name a few.

To apply, please contact the supervisor listed in the job description.

 

Department/Activity:
Communication Studies, Theatre, & Art

Job Title:
Tech & Remote Assistant

Supervisor:
Gary Swanson

Hours per Week:
8

Contact Information
Gary Swanson
phone: (724) 946-7715

Job Begins
Fall 2018

Duties:
This position works with the Technical Operations manager, Gary Swanson, and the assistant operations manager to coordinate all facets of broadcast remote productions including but not limited to planning & coordination, production, graphics, research and experimentation, equipment maintenance, training, set-up and strike, operation, training, and trouble-shooting for both TV and radio. Remotes tend to be primarily comprised of Titan sports and special college and community events. This individual should provide leadership within the broadcast team and must aide in their effective functionality to provide quality broadcasts. Work includes testing, training, troubleshooting, setup, operation, strike, and any post-production needs for each broadcast. For more information, and to apply, please contact Gary Swanson at gswanson@westminster.edu

Qualifications/Skills:
The position requires broadcast equipment and production skills, troubleshooting, maintenance, and communication talents, and exercises significant judgment and initiative.

Special Requirements:
This position provides considerable occasions to develop leadership, interpersonal communication, planning, and problem solving skills, as well as sharpen professionalism and self-confidence.