Film Developer Job Description Sample
Audio-Video Technology & Film Instructor
November 16, 2018
POSITION: Audio-Video Technology & Film Instructor
LOCATION: Albany Middle School
Hold an associate's degree or higher from a GaPSC-accepted accredited institution in Broadcast and Video Production; Communication; Mass Communications; or a GaPSC-determined equivalent.
Have at least two years of occupational work experience in the field
Knowledge of the design and implementation of lesson plans for students; ability to provide remediation appropriate with program standards to impact student learning, progress and development with a wide range of achievement levels.
Demonstrated ability to relate and motivate all students with respect to learning styles to make learning meaningful, effective, contextual and involving positive interactions for the ongoing intellectual development of young minds.
Experience in working with sensitive information regarding students; able to perform duties maintaining confidentiality along with professional demeanor when interacting with students.
Ability to use the latest technical technology in educational and career related technology discipline including keyboarding and data entry.
Excellent communication and organizational skills.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate.
Be present, organized and enthusiastically committed to the success of all assigned students for the school calendar year.
Develop detailed instructional plans and outlines for instructing the pupils and subject matter assigned which will achieve the educational results desired.
Develop detailed instructional plans and instruct designated classes in accordance with formulated plans and outlines, modified as necessary to achieve a mastery of learning objectives for all students.
Implement curriculum standards using necessary and appropriate instructional methods and materials, which are suited to the well-being of the students and to the nature of the learning activities, program and/or curriculum involved.
Establish and implement classroom policies and procedures governing student behavior and conduct; provide guidance, counseling, and discipline to encourage students to meet standards of achievement and conduct. Confer with students, parents or guardians, and other staff as appropriate, to provide guidance and evaluation, to encourage student achievement.
Evaluate and record student progress; prepare reports for parents or guardians.
Attend or participate in all required staff meetings. Perform other student-focused responsibilities assigned by the Building Principal and/or District. Other support activities deemed necessary by the District and/or building principal in order to accomplish the objectives of the position for professional development to further student achievement.
Participate in activities to enhance professional skills.
Complete all records and reports on time and with accuracy.
Perform other tasks as assigned by Principal/Supervisor.
REPORTS TO: Principal
SALARY RANGE: 10 - Months. Salary in accordance to the DCSS compensation guide.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applicants will begin on December 6, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY ONLINE.
THE DOUGHERTY COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, AGE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR DISABILITY
The System reserves the right to waive any qualifications or other provisions of this advertisement by statute or regulations.
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Global Brand & Film Marketing Intern - Winter/Spring 2019 (727)
What we're about
IMAX is not your everyday entertainment experience, so it's not surprising that IMAX employees and their careers go beyond the ordinary. Our employees share a passion for quality in everything they do. Our Hollywood people are movie business insiders with years of production experience. Our technology experts are unashamedly geeky – people who can talk for hours, and be riveting, about color gamut and lasers. Our business people are consummate sales and marketing professionals who are spreading the IMAX word around the world.
Of course, we offer all the benefits you'd expect from a company with over 50 years of history. Yet, beyond this, we know everyone works differently and is motivated by different things. That's why we offer competitive pay and a wide assortment of benefits – to help you make the most of your life at work and away from it.
As the world's leading entertainment technology company, IMAX has revolutionized the way people experience movies. Specializing in immersive motion picture technologies, our employees are driven by a passion to take audiences around the world to places they've only dreamed of.
Come explore IMAX – where innovation, creativity and passion come together.
At IMAX our internships offer visibility, hands-on learning, and practical work experience in a fun, friendly environment. We are committed to challenging and developing creative, hardworking students through a variety of interesting projects and responsibilities to supplement the student's classroom training. Interns are encouraged to explore, develop and share their ideas while gaining valuable experience in the entertainment industry.
Internships are for college/university course credit only and are unpaid. Interns must provide documentation confirming receipt of course credit before starting the internship. IMAX does not provide housing or relocation assistance.
The Global Brand & Film Marketing Intern will provide project support to the Global Marketing team, assisting with Domestic and International Marketing programs designed to promote IMAX movies and the overall brand.
What you'll be doing:
Support the Global Marketing Department with a variety of projects, including brainstorming and researching marketing opportunities that can be applied to international markets.
Support staff through project overview creation, schedule tracking, and recap presentations.
Assist staff with the development of promotions.
Attend staff meetings as directed.
Assist staff with general administrative duties.
Assist with event staffing, occasionally outside of regular work hours, only if available.
Other duties as assigned.
What we're looking for:
Creative and innovative with a passion for movies and entertainment is a must.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Interest in global brand and film marketing.
Self-starter, well-organized, able to work independently and meet deadlines in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Flexible, agreeable, and a team player.
Proficient computer skills including MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet savvy.
Proficiency in other languages (optional).
For consideration, please apply online. We thank all applicants for their interest in IMAX but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
IMAX is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Adjunct Faculty, Film Production
Adjunct Faculty, Film Production
FAC - Part-Time Faculty, Credit Classes
$51.25 - Base Rate
Film & Digital Production
Posted on an ongoing basis
Exempt - Not Eligible for Overtime Compensation
First Review Date
April 4, 2016
This Adjunct Faculty member will teach courses in Film Production, Editing (Avid and Final Cut), Cinematography, Screenwriting, Post Production (Photoshop and Aftereffects), and Production Management.
Duties & Responsibilities
Teaches lecture and laboratory sections
Evaluates and advises students
Participates in departmental and College affairs
Serves on committees
Performs other duties as assigned
MFA or Masters degree in Film, Television, Radio, Digital Production, or related field (preferred) or Masters degree and 18 graduate semester hours in Film, Television, Radio, Digital Production, or related field
All educational degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution
Possess excellent communication skills
Ability to work well with students and colleagues in a multi-ethnic/multi-cultural environment
Willing to work flexible schedule and assignments which may include travel to other campuses and/or outreach centers
Coordinator, Film & TV
We are UMG, the Universal Music Group. We are the world's leading music company. In everything we do, we are committed to artistry, innovation and entrepreneurship. We own and operate a broad array of businesses engaged in recorded music, music publishing, merchandising, and audiovisual content in more than 60 countries. We identify and develop recording artists and songwriters, and we produce, distribute and promote the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful music to delight and entertain fans around the world.
Research rights to artist and/or recordings
Enter artist and/or recording into FTVL if not already entered
Determine fees to be approved by artist and label (if required)
Send artist approval letters to artist management
Follow up on pending approvals with labels/artist signatories
Answer all of the client queries
Put the project to license in FTVL
Enter project into FTVL
Submit for President and label approval
Send artist approval letter (if required) to the dealmaker
Enter requests for international repertoire into GCS
Update FTVL with approval dates and fees approved by dealmakers to licensees
Scan project files going to license and give project files to contract administrators
Weekly and monthly label reports (income received and confirmed uses)
Assist with pitching
Generate and send out weekly Film & TV report (income received and confirmed uses)
Processes Film Festival, Non-Profit and Educational requests
Issues Album Art approval letters
Assists with providing licenses and approvals for audits
Must be proficient at Microsoft Outlook, Excel, & Windows and Mac
Must be extremely organized, reliable, and detail oriented
Must have good written and verbal communication skills
Must have professional phone manner
Self-starter with the ability to follow through with minimal supervision
Creative spirit with the ability to initiate new ideas
Motivated and pro-active
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Direct Film & TV Licensing experience preferred
Entertainment experience preferred
- College Degree
Universal Music Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This job description only provides an overview of job responsibilities that are subject to change.
Features Film Acquisitions Coordinator
Do you have a passion, not just for feature films, but also the business of finding and releasing them? Be part of a new and growing department that will work on innovating the feature film business.
In this role, you'll provide support for the feature film acquisitions team at Apple. You should be exceptionally well-organized, able to effectively multi-task & prioritize, and take initiative. You will be a collaborative team member with a friendly work style.
Minimum 2 years of work experience, preferably in entertainment at a film distributor, agency, or studio
Efficient in Apple programs, especially iCal, Keynote, Numbers, Pages along with additional knowledge of ExcelShown experience in supporting executive level staff (daily schedules, travel, task management, facilities, teleconferencing, purchasing and day to day operations of the team)Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills with solid attention to detail
Inventive self-starter; eager to learn and grow, and bring a can-do attitude to the position
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Shown ability to partner cross-functionally in an effective manner
You are passionate about television and movies
You'll manage cross-functional calendars with heavy scheduling; organize meetings via live videoconference and conference calls; quickly develop an understanding of the teams operations, culture, policies and procedures; help plan and execute onsite and offsite meetings for team; have consistent interaction with all levels at Apple; handle and maintain highly confidential and sensitive information; complete expense reports; assist in ordering equipment for tech lab; on-board new employees; and actively lead team support, ranging from printer management, supplies, facilities and more.We're looking for someone to apply critical thinking, who's able to understand the business and see the "big picture" and excel working with complex and different personalities diplomatically.You'll give a fun and creative approach to team activities and morale.
Bachelors degree preferred.
Film & TV Post-Production - Assistant/Associate Professor
The Department of Communication & Theatre Arts at ODU is seeking a full-time professor (Tenure track, Assistant or Associate level) with substantial Cinema/TV post-production experience to help lead an expanding program in Cinema and Television production in a top-50 media market. ODU's Film Program places an emphasis on students being hands-on; the program delves deep into production in an experiential learning environment.
This professor will act as a post-production supervisor for the program, overseeing both the academic components of teaching post-production, as well as the post-production of our Departmental films, possibly including feature films. As a tenure-track appointment, a demonstrated ongoing body of scholarly or creative research is necessary, however, this research is not limited in scope to the arena of post-production. Preference will be given to applicants with experience teaching film studies classes and/or experience in multimedia production that melds film, theater, dance, and other creative fields.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity. S/he will also be able to situate knowledge in the field of film post-production within social and historical contexts.
Ability to teach editing, compositing, motion graphics, color correction, and other film related courses. Should be an expert in multiple industry-standard applications such as Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premier, Adobe After-Effects, DaVinci Resolve, etc.
Experience teaching film studies classes (American film history, International Film History, Film genres, film aesthetics, etc.) and/or experience in multimedia production that melds film, theater, dance, and other creative fields.
Two or more years of previous university teaching experience. Credential as an Avid Certified Instructor
Festival Docent, New Frontier - Sundance Film Festival 2019
Employment Dates: 1/21/2018-2/3/2018
Considerations: This position works full time in our Park City New Frontier venue. May be lodged in Park City during the January Film Festival. Required to work extended hours, including some evenings, weekends, and holidays to meet deadlines. Must be willing and available to respond to on-call needs as assigned. A high level of mobility is required.
Position General Summary:
Supports attending New Frontier artists during the Sundance Film Festival by presenting their work of art to patrons and guests utilizing the messaging provided by the artist.
Essential Job Functions and Duties:
Provides input during daily ops meetings with the team and artists.
Learns about each of the attending artists and their exhibitions in order to communicate to patrons.
Ensures thorough understanding of the equipment that's associated with the exhibitions in order to assist patrons.
Is actively available to present and appropriately message details of each exhibit with patrons during the artists absence.
Provides daily training to assigned volunteers and directs them to facilitate operations.
Provides general troubleshooting of the equipment and escalates as necessary.
Provides daily reports on all technical issues that occur during shift, including how it was resolved to team.
Conducts general maintenance of tech equipment (cleaning, resetting, etc.) after each showing as directed.
Tallies the number of patrons who visit each individual exhibition and provides a daily report to manager.
Proactively walks through the venue to clear and ensure space is safe from possible hazards.
Other duties as assigned.
Legal authorization to work in the United States.
Experience working with Virtual Reality (VR) equipment.
Outstanding communication skills, verbal and written.
Strong interpersonal and professional skills required to work effectively with a variety of people.
Excellent organizational skills including self-management of work schedule.
Able to facilitate positive customer relations.
Ability to work nights and weekends.
Ability to lift and carry items up to 30 lbs.
Able to stand and walk for long durations 12+ hours a day.
- Basic knowledge of audio/video equipment.
Spin Memory - MTJ Structure/Thin Film Materials Development Engineer
Spin Memory is at the forefront of innovation with our breakthrough MRAM technologies that are enabling the electronics, digital applications and devices of tomorrow. Join our team of world-class magnetics, circuits and memory architect experts and discover what we can do together.
The MTJ Structure Development/Thin Film Materials Development Engineer will be responsible for leading both internal and outsourced layout development activity for logic and MRAM circuitry.
Direct cell, block, and array layout activities for library and full chip projects.
Interface with multi-discipline design teams, develop schedule timelines for layout execution and lead your team to implement it
Skill development to grow the capabilities of your Physical Design team
Dvelop and implement methodology improvements to ensure better efficiency and effectiveness, making in-house versus outsource recommendations.
Develop, characterize and implement new MTJ processes and structures for novel MRAM applications
Interface and collaborate with other departments within the R&D organization
M.S./Ph.D. in Physics, Materials Science Engineering, Chemistry or related field
Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in magnetic thin film development and characterization
Experience in magnetic materials, multilayers and MTJ devices for MRAM applications
Hands-on experience in the operation of R&D and Manufacturing types of equipment
Hands-on experience in PVD sputtering systems operation and thin film deposition
Magnetic thin film characterization techniques: VSM, MOKE, Torque Magnetometer, FMR
Physical film analysis techniques such as: SEM, TEM , XPS, XRD, AFM is a plus
Able to work in fast paced environment
Innovative, detail-oriented and have strong oral and written communication skills
Data analysis using JMP, Excel, basic knowledge of Python, LabVIEW is a plus
Spin Memory is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual preference/orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification under applicable law.
Thin Film Engineer
Thin Film Engineer
Barrington, NJ USA
Position: Thin Film Engineer
Reports To: Thin Film Manager
A Thin Film Engineer is responsible for design, developing and producing thin film optical coatings. The Thin Films Engineer will use the principles of LEAN and 6S to develop and execute a robust continuous improvement program and is also responsible for developing best practices within the production process.
Design optical coatings to meet customer and internal specifications
Develop new optical coatings for production
Optimize chamber configurations for deposition of precision optical coatings
Maintain documents and records of processes and procedures relevant to the design, development and production of precision optical coatings
Report to Thin Film Manager the status and progress of projects assigned in a regular, timely and accurate manner
Provide technical support in maintaining precision optical coating production
Develop and implement coating designs and processes that will optimize efficiencies and yields, and minimize costs
Improve process capability and production volume while maintaining and improving quality standards
Aid in scheduling of precision optical coatings to meet production delivery targets
Train production staff in operation of precision optical coating processes
Participate/coordinate Preventative Maintenance (PM) activities
Participates in 6S activities which include but are not limited to cleaning, organizing, sweeping, and mopping work area
Other duties as may be assigned
Comply with federal, state, and company policies, procedures, and regulations
To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Ability to think critically and solve complex problems
Advanced design skills
Familiar with commercial design software
Knowledge of modern coating production processes
Good communication, organization and math skills
- Minimum BS in Engineering or Science related field; plus minimum of five (5) years' experience in thin film coatings
- LEAN and Six Sigma knowledge/experience is a plus
Adequate manual dexterity to perform essential functions; ability to work in manufacturing environment.
US Citizenship or permanent residence required.
Edmund Optics shall, in its discretion, modify or adjust the position to meet the company's changing needs.This job description is not a contract and may be adjusted as deemed appropriate in the employer's sole discretion.
Motion Picture Film Technical Support Specialist
Kodak is hiring!
We are looking for a Motion Picture Film Technical Support Specialist & Finishing Quality Technician to support our Consumer and Film Division in Rochester, NY
Kodak offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the revitalization of an iconic global company. We combine the strength of a brand that is recognized and beloved around the world with the excitement and entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up. We are stable, profitable, optimistic about the future and looking for professionals with energy, ideas and ambition to help us take next steps in completing our transformation. We're building a culture which values creativity in all its forms, having a global perspective, a focus on sustainability, and the kind of trust that enables us to succeed by taking calculated risks. Kodak has a rich heritage of leadership and innovation, but is also, in many ways, still inventing itself. At this stage of our comeback, Kodak is truly a place where you can make a difference.
As a Motion Picture Film Technical Support Specialist & Finishing Quality Technician you will be responsible of a variety of duties:
Technical support for the Consumer & Film Division (CFD)
Managing the routine day to day quality of a specific series of operations within the finishing department
Photo chemical mixing & film processing
Product investigation & reporting
Customer inquiry investigation & response.
Involvement in product Quality & process improvement activities including manufacturing product quality follow-up.
Work will primarily focus on Motion Picture Film products, but activities may span into other film lines as required to benefit CFD improvement.
Interacting with field Sales & Engineering Representatives and Manufacturing Engineers & Technicians
This position will also provide technical problem-solving resolution to customers by employing product knowledge, trouble shooting and examination skills.
Additional responsibility will be direct product quality responsibilities within the Eastman Business Park Finishing Department.
Specific Job Functions:
Design, perform, examine, analyze and report various product & process testing as required for product / process improvement programs
Have responsibility for specific manufacturing processes quality inputs, outputs and any relevant troubleshooting
Coordinate, investigate and answer formal customer trade reactions and informal product inquiries
At times, will mix photographic processing chemicals and process film samples
Act as Voice of Customer on Product / Process Improvement Teams
Lead Quality Improvement Reporting (QIR) investigations
Communicate with world-wide Sales & Engineering Representatives
Desired Skills & Experience:
A.S. in a technical field or minimum of 5 years of work experience
Knowledge of film manufacturing, testing & examination, and how film works
Knowledge of the Motion Picture film system and film / equipment used in motion imaging production
Knowledge of quality systems, previous quality technician experience
Knowledge of the film to digital interface within the process of making motion pictures
Strong problem solving, data analysis, and computer ability (Excel, Word, Access)
Strong oral and written communication skills
Understanding of photographic processing
Must be able to work comfortably in dark rooms for limited periods
Must be able to develop logical test plans for improvement activities and issue correct analysis reports
Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately. Effective listening skills
Knowledge of Outlook, Felix and SAP
Proven ability to work
QIF, Greenbelt experience
Candidates must possess strong verbal & written communication skills and be able in interact through cross functional teams during process improvements, product investigations, test design & reporting, and during product development and Gate meetings.
Work hours for this position are 8 hours, M-F with start time between 6:30 am to 7:30 am.
Experience Level: 5-10 years
Minimum Education Level: Associates Degree or Equivalent Work Experience
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