Thursday, June 6, 2013
Westminster's Audio Visual department is currently looking for motivated students to fill three staff openings. These positions are a great opportunity for students who want to get involved in a fast-paced and rewarding environment and no prior experience is needed. All majors are welcome to apply and you do not have to be work study eligible.
Assistant Media Library Manager : Hours per week: 15, to begin Fall of 2013
This position assists the Media Library Manager in overseeing the college's Media Library located in the Audio Visual Department. This includes training staff on checking media in and out, coordinating reserve and hold of media titles, working with Library staff to enter new media into the circulation database, organizing and overseeing media inventory twice a year, and serving as a research assistant to the campus community. It also involves understanding a wide array of federal, state, local, and departmental policies and copyright laws to assist in educating the patron community. This position requires regular communication with the Director, staff and the college community, as well as computer skills, creativity, initiative and good judgment. The position provides ample opportunities to develop interpersonal, communication, leadership, and organizational skills.
AV Support Technician - 2 Openings: Hours per week: 15, to begin Fall of 2013
This particular position is responsible for assisting users of the presentation technology circulated and permanently installed across campus, ensuring that it runs efficiently with as much convenience to faculty and patrons as possible. This position provides both phone and in-room troubleshooting support to assist with general smart classroom and presentation technology maintenance campus-wide. The AV Support Technician covers "on-call" hours for scheduled events, and reports to the Instructional Media Technician of Audio Visual Services, while working closely with all other Audio Visual staff. This position requires strong communication, scheduling, and computer skills, and the ability to exercise substantial judgment and initiative. It also provides considerable occasions to develop interpersonal abilities and problem solving skills, as well as sharpen professionalism and self-confidence. Support technician is a great opportunity for those interested in using technology, trouble-shooting, and helping the Westminster campus.
We train from the ground up for all staff positions. Work in an innovative, positive team environment while obtaining valuable technical and managerial skills rarely available through a work-study position. Develop employer-sought communication, analytical/research, leadership/ managerial and interpersonal skills while providing educational and technical service to the campus community. Introductory training starts broad and provides a progressionary path to eventually move into a managerial role. Complete job descriptions, application, and further information is available here or by calling the department at 724-946-7188.