Film Or Tape Librarian Job Description Sample
We invite you to come join the RadNet Radiology team as a Film Librarian.
Our centers are multi-modality and provide a wide variety of diagnostic imaging services to patients in a friendly and comfortable environment.
Responsible for the medical record filing function -- filing, retrieving, correcting, locating, storing, signing out, organizing and updating medical records. May also be responsible to assist with hanging films on light boards.
In this Film Librarian position, you will have the opportunity to:
Maintain patient confidentiality at all times.
Respond to requests and questions in a timely and professional manner.
Accurately files medical records.
Retrieve medical records in timely and efficient fashion as required or requested.
Follow procedures for signing out medical records.
Locate films that have been misplaced in a timely manner.
Accurately hang requested films on the light boards.
Organize all hung films and coordinates necessary paperwork for the radiologist.
Ensure that all necessary comparison films are hung and the appropriate reports are available.
Shift: Monday to Friday (11:00am - 7:00pm). Saturdays as needed.
We offer career advancement opportunities & benefits including: medical / dental / vision coverage, paid time off, paid holidays, a pre-tax 401k plan, a pre-tax flexible spending plan, education reimbursement, free life insurance, inter-company transfer opportunities, hands-on training, and a host of other perks!
Become a valued member of our growing company by submitting your resume.
Requirements (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):
Must be able to type and file accurately.
Outstanding customer service both over the phone and in person.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to spend the majority of the day standing to retrieve and file medical records.
Ability to lift 30 pounds or less.
Provide clear verbal and written communication.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient information.
Ability to multi-task, be detail oriented, and have organizational skills.
The above knowledge, skills and abilities may be demonstrated by a high school diploma or equivalent.
Agency Tape Coordinator
Under general direction, supports agency production by verifying, researching and processing specialized transactions via electronic media in a specialized area for the Publisher that requires a higher level of verification and record keeping/documentation.
Maintains confidentiality of CDS Global and its clients’ proprietary information.
Repairs identified errors.
Verifies agency authorization.
Verifies what is paid is the proper percentage of the proper sale price.
Processes the error file by making corrections on the system.
Adds checks and balances debits and credits.
Records paid during service money and transactions for the client.
Counts transactions for daily totals.
Records processing information for each job
Creates batches of orders and sorts by Order Type and Agency Number.
Records and provides documentation regarding any financial discrepancies and distributes to the correct department.
Attends team and departmental meetings.
Encodes and endorses checks.
Receives loads and logs FTP files.
Cross trains to other operational functions as required.
Interacts in cooperative and professional manner, with all levels of employees, vendors and/or clients, in team environment.
Organizes tasks and resources to complete work and meet deadlines according to established departmental procedures.
Follows CDS Global ergonomic and safety policies.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Handles client funds from third party companies.
Maintains confidentiality of CDS Global and its clients’ proprietary information.
Assumes additional responsibilities as requested (or required).
EDUCATION AND/OR CERTIFICATION, SKILLS AND LICENSING
High School or equivalent education and/or experience may be substituted for the minimum education requirement.
Typing 35 wpm
10 key 10500 KSPH.
Ability to analyze and process data
Average ability to compare data.
Average interpersonal skills.
Average organizational skills.
Average ability to solve problems.
Ability to react to change and remain productive.
Two years or more of clerical work experience in an office environment preferred.
Six months of accounting or bookkeeping experience preferred; Performs calculations involving credits, debits and percentages using 10 key.
Ability to analyze data and make group and individual decisions.
Intermediate verbal and written communications skills.
Intermediate math skills.
Intermediate PC Knowledge/Skills
Routinely uses electronic mail.
Occasionally creates and modifies Microsoft Excel documents, Microsoft Word documents, or related software.
Routinely uses the Internet to find information and do basic research for business purposes.
Moves FTP files.
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Film & Video Production Intern
If Excellence Drives You, This Is Your Destination.Job Description
As the Film & Video Production Intern for Bemis you will have the opportunity to work hands on with the manufacturing and production floor leaders, employees, Marketing and Communication teams, and other departments within the organization to create short videos highlighting our manufacturing and production positions.
WHAT YOU GET TO DO
Conduct filming and editing video segments.
Plans and directs assigned studio and field-based video production.
Arrange optimal lighting and camera setup for video shoots.
Schedule tapings and guest appearances.
Coordinates pre-production and production planning activities.
Conducts field-based video production which involves interacting with team members and operating all portable video and audio equipment.
Transports and sets up lighting and audio equipment as required; provides limited troubleshooting and maintenance of field production equipment.
Plans and performs video post-production tasks which includes reviewing footage, making editorial decisions, tape logging, rough cuts, audio adjustment, color correction, and final editing.
Utilizes computer graphics and special effects for video post-production in accordance with the overall production concepts
Compresses video projects for output; make video products available in a variety of formats; and coordinates internal and external duplication services as required
WHAT WE VALUE
Collaboration & Influence
Strong communication and networking skills
Self-motivated, hardworking, organized individual
WHAT WE WANT FROM YOU
Current full-time or part-time student
Able to work 10 - 20 hours per week
Previous experience with video editing and software preferred
Bemis is committed to its core values: Ethics, Accountability, Innovation, and Respect. By becoming an employee at Bemis Company, Inc., you will work in a high performing environment where team members collaborate to get the job done, challenge the status quo to find a better way, and embrace unconventional ways of thinking. We are eager to see how you can make an impact in our high performance culture.
Bemis Company, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Senior Research Manager, Global Film Research
MarketCast has an immediate opening for a Senior Research Manager for our Campaign Analytics Division, focused on creative materials testing for movie studios. The role is based in our Los Angeles headquarters but is likely to involve significant travel, working on research for US and international movie campaigns. This position is focused on qualitative research but will involve some quantitative analysis too. Extensive prior experience in international qualitative research, including attendance, at and report writing for focus groups in multiple countries is an essential requirement.
A leading, and expanding, market research firm serving a diverse set of clients across the spectrum of the entertainment industry with an emphasis on film but including television, home entertainment, video games, and any other media designed to entertain the consumer.
An ensemble of diverse employees who share a love of movies, TV, and popular culture and who are passionately committed to finding the most successful solutions to our clients' most difficult marketing challenges.
A team of researchers who are continuously forging new ground in the way that information is collected, analyzed, and presented while maintaining a solid footing in traditional research methodologies.
A US-based candidate with a professional and personal passion for film, television and the entertainment industry. Please note: if you are a foreign national, you must have valid existing work permits or visas to work in the US.
A talented writer and communicator who excels at developing inspired, data-driven analyses and arguments, and presenting your ideas both on the printed page and informally in person.
Someone who enjoys working in an exciting environment that can sometimes be challenging in its deadlines, but is always rewarding in its outcomes.
Someone who has significant international qualitative research experience
At least 3 years' and qualitative research experience
Repeat experience attending focus groups in major European, Asia and South American countries
A perspective on different moderating styles and techniques for a range of target groups, preferably with experience moderating yourself
Expertise in handling clients before fieldwork begins (refining objectives, creating discussion guides, project plans etc)
Proven track-record debriefing on results for high-level clients
Track-record in producing punchy, visually interesting presentations
Availability to attend qualitative projects in person. Expected travel commitment 6 international trips, 6 domestic trips (outside Los Angeles) / year.
Someone with quant experience too! Qualitative research is a key component of the role but you'd be expected to support quant work as well, in particular testing of creative materials. The ability to work fast, under-pressure, is essential.
Key responsibilities would be...
Helping lead qualitative projects for film studios. Types of projects will primarily be tactical creative materials testing close to film release (for instance helping select and refine TV ads or digital materials), but will also include advance 'positioning' type studies (using very early materials from the film, such as teaser trailers and sizzle reels).
Supporting our quantitative testing for trailers and TV ads. Developing data-driven analyses as a support writer, and helping integrate insight from across the research lifecycle.
Working closely with MarketCast's senior management and our sister companies, in particular, Insight Strategy Group, to create a combined 'qualitative pitch deck', highlighting the company's qualitative approach and abilities.
Staying up to date and introducing new qualitative research and presentation techniques to the broader Group.
Assisting all MarketCast Group companies with qualitative and other research as needed. For instance, this might include attending focus groups, writing reports and attending presentations for other media-focused or broader lifestyle clients.
At MarketCast, we don't just accept difference - we embrace it, support it, and thrive on it for the benefit of our global culture and success. MarketCast is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.
Director Of Marketing And Communications, School Of Film And Television
- The Director of Communications leads communications, marketing, and public relations strategies, programs, and services in support of LMU School of Film and Television (SFTV) as a fully integrated member of LMU's Marketing and Communications team. Embedded within SFTV, the Director develops, executes, and supports comprehensive communications and marketing plans and projects that increase engagement and achieve SFTV objectives with key target audiences and constituent groups. The Director oversees budgets, personnel, and resources responsible for producing integrated communications that promote goodwill, align with the university's mission and goals, advance the university's and SFTV's strategic priorities and brand strategy, and enhances SFTV's visibility and exposure.. The incumbent cultivates and stewards relationships with key stakeholders that inspire a culture of creativity, collaboration, and innovation as part of a broader, synchronized, multi-disciplinary team of communications professionals.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Manage and implement concurrent, interdependent short-, medium-, and long-term communications projects that support and LMU and SFTV goals and priorities. Implement and support an integrated visual identity system, editorial schedule, and production calendar for all SFTV communications activities.
Direct a team of communications and creative professionals. Hire, supervise, and train personnel, freelance, and contracted partners and students to provide services necessary to fulfill responsibilities. Coach team members to maximize creativity, productivity and effectiveness. Develop a culture of accountability through evidence-based decision making, outcomes assessment, and process improvement where individual and team progress, deadlines, and results are reported and evaluated with regularity.
Produce, edit, and approve traditional and digital communications and marketing products that support SFTV activities and programs and engage identified target audiences. Develop and deliver video productions, event promotions, fundraising communications, and awareness/engagement campaigns.
Ensure projects are completed by identified deadlines and on budget. Assure successful outcomes by adopting best-practice project management methodologies, quality assurance metrics, and risk mitigation plans. Assure the integrity, high-quality, and consistency of the university's image, tone, style, narrative, visual identity, and brand.
In collaboration with MarComm colleagues, maximize SFTV's exposure and visibility by designing and implementing external communications strategies that: cultivate the university's relationships with SFTV-targeted media, press, and strategic contacts, increase favorable news coverage and elevate SFTV/LMU brand awareness. Ensure efforts integrate with the goals of the university, enrollment management, and supports the university's overall public outreach efforts. Cultivate and steward strategic relationships with external influencers, members of the news media, and SFTV industry leaders. Seek opportunities to extend SFTV's relationships to advance identified public relations objectives.
Coordinate with university communications professionals to incorporate SFTV objectives into broader communications and marketing activities, talking points, presentations, reports, social media efforts, and other channels.
Pursue thought leadership on strategic SFTV topics by staying abreast of emerging trends, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development engagements, and delivering presentations that inform, educate, and inspire.
In conjunction with LMU's Media and PR Team, serve as a senior communications leader, public information officer, spokesperson, and perception management professional for SFTV. Assure timely dissemination of SFTV news and information by managing internal communications, editorial schedules, and production calendars.
Evaluate tactics, assess impact, and adjust strategies to improve continuously upon the effectiveness of the SFTV's communications, marketing and outreach efforts.
Perform other duties as assigned or requested.
Minimum 5 years communications experience in higher education or entertainment-industry preferred. Evidence of successful communications positions of increasing responsibility required.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively and independently with internal and external constituencies and with professionals of varied disciplines to accomplish tasks and projects.
Demonstrated experience managing and executing across multiple communications and marketing channels and media; highly developed skills in communications writing and editing.
Highly collaborative style with experience developing and implementing communications strategies successfully; a background that demonstrates relationship-building, consensus-building, flexibility, and managing through influencing.
Evidence of high energy leadership style with a track record for leading both strategic and tactical communications efforts
Self-starter, able to work independently and entrepreneurially; experience creating, developing and implementing new initiatives.
Demonstrated computer competency with common production software suites, such as photo editing software, email marketing tools, and analytics reporting software.
Ability to produce high quality deliverables with meticulous attention to detail. Must be metrics-driven and results-oriented with demonstrated analytical skills.
Ability to provide quick turnaround and updates for multiple requests while maintaining strong reputation of high quality work.
Self-starter with the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively within a cross-functional team.
Must be able to perform successfully in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, and service-oriented environment. Experience working successfully within a complex organization. Willing and able to adjust to changing demands and shifting priorities.
Willingness to work evenings and weekends to support programming, events, and major project deadlines.
- Typically a Bachelor's degree. Master's degree preferred. Degrees in marketing, communications, or public relations preferred.
Physical Demands (if applicable) Special Instructions Exemption Status: Exempt Salary Grade Minimum: Salary Grade Midpoint: Posting Date 09/20/2018 Application Deadline Date:
Student Hourly Assistant | Film Equipment Manager
Student Hourly Assistant | Film Equipment Manager
Prairie View A&M University
Language & Communication
Proposed Minimum Salary
Prairie View, Texas
The Student Hourly Assistant, under general supervision, will assist the Department of Language & Communication with organizing and maintaining the LCOM department's inventory of camera equipment.
Scanning all items and do a weekly inventory of camera equipment
Preparing daily equipment orders for check out; receive equipment returns and reset equipment to inventory for next check out
Submitting to the Director of Film and TV Production a weekly report of all equipment in need of service, repair or replacement.
Required Education and Experience:
Presently enrolled for at least nine (9) graduate or six (6) undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done.
Must be in academic good standing (SAP) as demonstrated through your college; minimum 2.0 GPA
No prior experience necessary
For work eligibility during a summer term, a student must be enrolled for at least six (6) graduate or undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done or preregistered at least six (6) undergraduate semester hours or nine (9) graduate semester hours for the upcoming fall term.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of Mac operating systems;
Basic knowledge of film equipment, organized
Job Posting Close Date:
Please attach all required documents listed below in the attachment box labeled as either "Resume/CV or Resume/Cover Letter" on the application. Multiple attachments may be included in the "Resume/CV" or Resume/Cover Letter" attachment box.
Cover Letter (Optional)
Detailed Class Schedule
Award Letter (Work-Study positions only)
Application Submission Guidelines:
The required documents listed in the above Required Attachments section must be attached to the application prior to the job closing date indicated to ensure full consideration for the application submitted. Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1793 or firstname.lastname@example.org should you need assistance with the online application process.
All applicants are required to apply via our Career Site on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU career site.
Background Check Requirements:
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the agency's verification of credentials and/or other information required by agency procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action/ Veterans/ Disability Employer committed to diversity.
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution's verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution's procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
Librarian III - Unit Law Librarian
JOB POSTING NO: 019112CO
PAYROLL TITLE: LIBRARIAN III
EXTENDED TITLE: Unit Law Librarian
SALARY: GR. B18-($3,603.81 / Monthly)
VACANCY LOCATION: Tennessee Colony, TX
UNIT/DEPT: Coffield Unit
PAYROLL JOB#: 024210
Hazardous Duty Pay
Law Enforcement & Custodial Officers System (LECOS) Retirement
TDCJ Training Academy Required
Telephonic Interviews Will Not Be Accepted
Work Site Visits Will Not Be Conducted
No Study Material
1.Bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by
an organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education
Accreditation (CHEA) or by the United States Department of
Education (USDE). Major course work in Business Administration,
Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or a related field preferred.
Each year of experience as described below in excess of the required
one year may be substituted for thirty semester hours from an
accredited college or university on a year-for-year basis.
2.One year full-time, wage-earning criminal justice or library
3.Legal research experience preferred.
4.Experience in the supervision of employees preferred.
The salary for an ERS Retiree (or non-contributing member) will
The following Military Occupational Specialty codes are generally
applicable to this position. Applicants must fully complete the
summary of experience to determine if minimum qualifications are met.
8878, 3H, 84HO, SDI
- Outside applicants will be required to submit to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment.*
Applicants must submit the State of Texas Application For Employment and the applicable supplement for outside applicants (PERS 282) or current TDCJ employees (PERS 598) to the contact person listed on the job posting. Applications may also be submitted through the Work In Texas website; however, the applicable supplement must also be submitted to the contact person. Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to the contact person's email address; however, applications will not be accepted by email.
Administrative Review and Risk Management
1060 HWY 190 E
Huntsville, TX 77340
- Applicants who fax an application are requested to fax both their State of Texas Application for Employment and the applicable supplement. Applicants who wish to submit their application with attachments should either hand deliver it to the contact person or send it via U.S.Mail or overnight delivery.*
Faxed applications must be complete and legible in order to be considered and must not have been sent from a fax machine located at a TDCJ unit or department.
Applications must be received by the contact person by 5:00PM on 10-29-2018. A complete job description and all application forms may be obtained at the above address or by viewing the Job Description. Job Descriptions are available in PDF format which maybe read with the free Adobe Reader.
- Equal Opportunity Employer*
Festival Coordinator, Technical Production -Sundance Film Festival 2019
Employment Dates: 11/26/2018- 2/22/2019
Considerations: This position works full time out of our Park City, UT office. 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 as well as an ability to drive safely in winter road conditions.
Coordinates technical production logistics for the Sundance Film Festival.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Supports the production team's technical production needs for the Sundance Film Festival.
Documents build outs and installations with photos, drawings, notes, etc.
Creates schedule and is onsite to build temporary venues based on outlined specifications.
Assists with event production and logistics related to audio/video production, lighting, staging and live streaming from pre-production through execution.
Coordinates with manager to manage event production budgets.
Manages hardware inventory to support event.
Communicates effectively with vendors, partners, company executives and a wide range of stakeholders i.e. timelines, deadlines, etc.
Participates in final walkthroughs and inspections, with manager, and follow throughs to ensure build-out specifications are met and legal codes are in compliance.
Updates and maintains master timeline document.
Supports special projects for the team as needed.
Travels to various theatres, venues, temporary structures to support onsite execution.
Completes a comprehensive written wrap report, as directed.
Other duties as assigned.
Legal authorization to work in the United States.
Valid driver's license and successful completion of DMV background check.
2 years experience in an event production, operations, or related technical role.
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.
Ability to work early mornings, nights, and weekends around key deadlines.
Able to move and lift items that weigh 50-75 lbs chest high.
- Working knowledge of databases along with proficiency in Microsoft and Google Products.
Responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing library services and programs for children and teens ages 1-17 years of age and related programs for parents, caregivers and teachers at the Central Library or at a branch library. Also, responsible for analyzing the public's library needs, selecting library material, advising the public in their use of library materials, assisting library users with library technologies, and online resources and technologies, and handling reference and information search requests. May require functional supervision of lower level library personnel. Supervision, advice, and support are received from a Manager through discussion of plans, problems, and available resources, and performance is evaluated on results obtained.
Target Hiring Range: $45,219/yr - $56,160/yr
Essential Job FunctionsGuide and assist patrons in locating answers to their questions using a variety of available resources; perform reference interviews and readers' advisory services.Provide expertise in children's literature to children, parents, and teachers or anyone else who needs help in selecting quality, age-appropriate children's materials.Maintain and apply a working knowledge of children's behavior, intellectual level, and interest level; have the ability to apply them to the general principles of children's library service.Instruct and advise patrons in using the on-line catalog system, understanding classification systems and reference material procedures, finding materials, and evaluating Internet and other available resources.Interpret and apply policies. Resolve patron problems and modify library services consistent with established library policy.Conduct instructional classes on technology, the Internet, and the library's online resources.Plan, organize, and present children's programs including, but not limited to, storytelling, summer reading programs, book readings, book discussions, film showings, crafts, and puppet shows in an effort to create lifelong readers.Plan, prepare, and promote Library services and events to schools, daycares, Parent-Teacher associations and other community organizations; present tours and other special programs as needed.Participate in day-to-day library operations including, but not limited to, opening and closing routines and banking/cash handling procedures.Participate as needed in the evaluation, selection, acquisition, retention, discarding, or special handling of library materials.Supervise library operations during meal breaks or evening and weekend hours in the absence of a Senior Librarian, Supervising Librarian, or Manager.Preferred Knowledge - Abilities & Skills
1-3 years' experience working in a Library setting with specialization in children's or teen's programming and literature
Additional coursework in child development
Previous experience in public performance in storytelling, drama, puppetry and related activities
Training or experience in working with mainstream social media (i.e. Facebook, Twitter or Instagram)
The ability to speak and read Spanish or Vietnamese is preferred, but not a requirement
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of current principles and practices in public libraries, including public library operation, reference services, readers' advisory, library materials selection, and library technology
Knowledge of Children's services program development and implementation
Knowledge of literature written for children and youth
Knowledge of online resources commonly provided to patrons by public libraries
Skill operating office equipment, computer equipment, and software programs, especially Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, Access)
Skill using current technology, including mobile devices and social media, and creating content using social media tools (e.g. Instagram, YouTube, etc.)
Ability to work cooperatively and congenially with others, including other City employees and the public
Ability to produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation, and grammar
Ability to produce news releases, newsletters, and other publicity for an organization
Ability to develop and present programs to library users
Ability to translate child and adolescent development and related issues into appropriate library services
Licenses & Certifications Valid Class C Texas driver's license
Physical Tasks & Working ConditionsThe incumbent works in a typical library environment but some physical labor, exposure to dust and travel between library facilities, may occur. Work assignment may be at any of the four library facilities and may vary, depending on departmental needs; reliable transportation will be needed. Physical tasks may include lifting, squatting, bending, stooping, walking, and carrying supplies, as needed, to accomplish the tasks of the activity on a daily basis. Must be able to reach materials at 90" height shelving or shelving at floor level, lift/carry up to 50 pounds infrequently, and push/pull a 200 pound wheeled book cart. Must also be able to use keyboard and peripherals, and operate a telephone. Primary environment will be in a climate controlled, indoor atmosphere. The employee may interact with upset members of the public while interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures. CompetenciesCommunication Creativity/Innovation Customer Focus Negotiation Skills Planning Results Focus Self Development TeamworkMinimum Education & Work Experience Master's Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited college or university Up to 1 year related experience
Chair, Film Scoring Department (1518-215)
Berklee College of Music invites nominations and applications for the position of Chair of the Film Scoring Department. Located in Boston, Massachusetts, Berklee is the world's largest independent music college and the premier institution for the study of contemporary music. The Berklee community consists of over 6,500 talented and diverse students, 850 internationally respected faculty, over 700 dedicated staff, and an extended family of alumni.
The next Chair of Film Scoring will build on the almost 40-year legacy of the department, which offered the world's first undergraduate degree in Film Scoring, as well as a unique Minor course of study in Video Game Scoring. Developments in the field of music for video games and VR/AR/XR, as well as new horizons in the global marketplace, and the development of new Berklee Master's programs in scoring and game audio, make this an especially exciting time for the department. With inspiration and vision, the Chair will carry on the legacy of innovation that makes this department renowned; protect and enhance the strengths of one of Berklee's flagship programs; and ensure that its graduates have the skills to maneuver and thrive in a field which is undergoing continual transformation.
The Chair will be an accomplished, future-oriented visionary and professional who will lead the department in curriculum design and development, uses of technology, faculty development, and pedagogy and instruction. They will embrace diversity in individuals, perspectives, and musical styles, and have the managerial and organizational skills and political acumen to navigate in a complex academic setting and to build relationships with partners inside Berklee, as well as locally, nationally, and internationally.
The ideal candidate will place storytelling and collaboration in the center of their scoring mindset. They will be dedicated to the aesthetic traditions and innovative technical advances in contemporary scoring in various media genres, demonstrate an appreciation of all styles of contemporary music and current musical trends, and show their ability to effectively integrate all of these things into the curriculum. They will have outstanding communication, interpersonal, and consensus-building skills, and will enjoy working collaboratively and collegially with a wide variety of constituents. A commitment to the experience of students is essential.
Reporting to the Dean of the Professional Writing and Music Technology Division, the Chair supervises the Assistant Chair and the Department Coordinator, and 9 full-time and 6 part-time faculty.
Supervision of the department's musical and educational direction, including development and implementation of department goals and objectives curriculum development, management, and assessment;
Departmental course scheduling
Faculty hiring, supervision, evaluation, and development
Staff hiring, supervision, evaluation, and development
Teaching (typically 1-2 courses per semester)
Management of department budget
Management of department clinics and visiting artists
Bachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience
Substantial experience as an active composer, music editor, and/or music executive in the field(s) of film, television, and/or video game music
Teaching and/or administrative experience, preferably in a college setting
Thorough knowledge of current practices and technological advances in the field
Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
Effective administrative skills, including the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and set and meet deadlines
Interest in working in a diverse workplace with a multicultural student body
Experience managing in a faculty union environment is preferable
Electronic applications only. Please submit the following application materials in either Word or PDF format to berkleegigs.silkroad.com. Address your cover letter to: Film Scoring Department Chair Search, Attn: Matthew Nicholl, Interim Dean, Professional Writing and Music Technology Division.
Letter of Application that addresses the applicant's capabilities, experiences, and interests
A current resume or CV (including industry credits)
Names and contact information for at least three (3) references
Links to websites or online resources with representative samples of your work
The start date for the position is September 1, 2019. This is a twelve-month position. Initial appointment is for three years. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Review of applications will be ongoing. This search will remain open for applications until the position is filled.
Berklee College of Music is committed to increasing the diversity of the college community and the curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths in this area.
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