Film Printer Job Description Sample
Film Proofer - 2Nd Shift 1:30Pm -10:00Pm
Schedule is 2 - 3 weeks on / 1 - 2 weeks off. Must be able to work weekends and stand for long periods of time. Benefits within 60 days of hire. PTO, Attendance Bonuses, Health, Vision, Dental, Paid Holidays, 401k, Paid Holidays, Ongoing Training.
Reporting to the Screen Print Production Manager, the Film Proofer is responsible for but not limited to; ensuring a consistent and efficient workflow for print Production department and assisting with Digital work flow as needed. Position performs quality control of films produced by printers as part of the production process.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
Quality control assurance of all developed film positives through detailed inspection.
Maintain proper media levels for film output devices.
Report poor quality to production artists and or art director.
Scan all approved film positives through POP Director.
Stage completed jobs in art bins.
Update production GTR on all completed jobs.
Manage communications with the print production supervisor and lead burner as it relates to production priorities.
Establish, manage and prioritize film output set by established guidelines.
Data entry on film usage for all media (AGFA, Liberator, and Roland).
General maintenance of all output devices (AGFA, Liberator, and Roland).
Maintain proper inventory levels for all required media.
General housekeeping of the pre-press department.
Maintaining RIP settings.
Assist with digital workflow when required.
Complete all daily film output and accuracy reporting.
Rotation and disposal of expired or outdated monthly film inventory.
Maintain supplies and a clean work area.
Assist in other areas of Production when required.
Education and experience:
Basic working knowledge of screen exposing and its related production processes.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Must speak and read English with proficiency.
Detail orientation with the ability to identify quality issues by proofing film.
Enthusiastic team member capable of monthly film inventory management.
Knowledge and understanding of SMR/Print procedures and priorities.
Knowledge and understand of step-by-step procedures of burning using different frame types and exposing methods for four-color process and spot color.
Good initiative, self-motivated.
Strong prioritization and time management skills.
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
Ability to work weekends or on varied shifts.
Film & Media Studies Faculty
AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts is one of the foremost performing arts colleges in the country with campuses in Los Angeles and New York City. The school offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs in Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance Theatre and Performing Arts as well as two year conservatory programs.
AMDA is seeking qualified part-time/adjunct instructors to teach film & media studies courses. Teaching assignment(s) may include any of the curriculum approved courses within the discipline of film & media studies. The instructor is responsible for providing quality instruction to students through well prepared classes, relevant assignments, fair and holistic assessment of learning, clear documentation of student progress, and support of the academic success for all students.
Providing instruction in accordance with established curriculum, course outlines and class schedules;
Creating and maintaining an environment which emphasizes learning, encourages free discussion of ideas and critical thinking;
Evaluating progress of students concerning educational matters and assessing student work;
Maintaining appropriate standards of professional conduct and ethics;
Maintaining current knowledge in the subject matter areas;
Fulfilling professional responsibilities of a part-time/adjunct faculty member;
Maintaining accurate academic records.
Required Educational Credentials:
- Master's degree in film & media studies
Required Professional Expertise:
A minimum of three years of teaching film & media studies in a post-secondary setting.
Recent, successful teaching experience in the subject area.
Experience with or willingness to explore innovative teaching methodologies in addition to lecture mode.
Currency and depth of knowledge in the applicable professional field.
Knowledge of and commitment to teaching strategies and practices that enhance student success at in higher education institutions, including effective use of technology.
Excellent oral/written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
Commitment to academic excellence, exceptional service and providing a dynamic climate for life-long learning.
Have sensitivity to, and understanding of , the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of college students, including those with physical or learning disabilities as it relates to differences in learning styles.
Successful candidates will be able to apply their film & media studies expertise in a manner/context that is relevant to emerging performing artists.
- Doctorate in film & media studies or in a related field preferred, with at least 18 graduate credits in the focused area.
AMDA is proud to be an EOE employer N/F/D/V.
Prin Thin Film Process Engineer
MKS Instruments, Inc. is the parent company of Newport Corporation®, Spectra-Physics® and Ophir®, leaders in photonics, optics, lasers and motion/vibration control. MKS is a worldwide leader in technology solutions for thin film, process and industrial manufacturing, environmental monitoring, defense and security, life sciences and research.
MKS Instruments, Light and Motion Division is seeking an experienced Thin Film Process Engineer to join the team. In this position, you will develop and maintain processes for the thin film coatings team; coatings are used by internal laser systems, semiconductor and defense industries. Implement the processes into manufacturing, monitor and improve coating processes, procedures and equipment.
Develop, design and optimize optical thin film deposition processes to meet requirements and specifications, for ion beam sputtering, advanced plasma sputtering, ion assist and electron beam coating processes for out thin film coatings group
Working closely with design Engineers and technicians to resolve technical issues, you will perform troubleshooting and characterization of coating chambers processes
Responsible for characterization of the equipment coating process working with the team to reduce downtime
Manage defect issues, implement root cause solutions to those issues, and continuously promote and implementing process improvement, quality and cost performance
Responsible for the development and implementation of optical metrology testing, spectrophotometry, interferometry, photometry, absorption and laser damage testing which meet or exceed industry standards
Interface with engineering and production teams to improve coating routing /instructions, designs, and tooling for new and existing products
Support the team with process documentation and formalize work instruction documents supporting the coating process and training of technicians and machine maintenance process requirements
Bachelor Degree in Materials Science, Physics or one of the Engineering disciplines with 5 years of in-depth experience in a thin film manufacturing environment
Fundamental understanding of thin film optical coatings and applied material science techniques used in a production or research environment. Ion Beam Sputtering, Advanced Plasma Sputtering, Ion Assist and Electron beam systems and/ or sputtering and evaporation optical thin film technologies.
Experience with thin film software and a good understanding of optical thin film design
Knowledgeable in the following area:, optical thin film deposition, optical monitoring, high vacuum technology, optical measurements, monitoring and process controls
Solid background on correlation of process and coating equipment hardware
Understanding of SPC
Ability to interpret data and develop DOE’s to compliment that data
Ability to develop and present new ideas for future products or process equipment
Good trouble shooting and problem solving skills
Strong leadership and communication skills
Hands on experience in manufacturing operations and an understanding of manufacturing documentation and quality practices is required
Ability and desire to work in a team environment and to interact with production technicians and design engineers is essential
Computer proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, & PowerPoint)
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To be part of a team that presents 200+ film per year utilizing professional digital and 35mm projection equipment in the projection booths of Spaulding and the Loew Auditoriums.
Slit Film Mechanic
Set up and maintenance of a Slit Film line. Constantly monitoring daily mechanical issues within the extrusion and winding process.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for maintaining all mechanical systems and components of a Slit Film line;
Ensure that all safety practices are followed, LOTO procedures;
Through strong hands-on work meets goals and expectations set by management;
Strives for continuous improvement;
Reports to shift Supervisor
Authority and Accountabilities:
- Safety, Quality, Production, Cost and waste reduction in the Slit Film Department;
- Must be able to withstand and work in cramped and hot environment.
Ability to lift 50 lbs.
Frequent walking, standing, stooping, bending.
p. Training/Education/Minimum Requirements:
Extrusion experience preferred.
Mechanical experience in textile manufacturing required.
Ability to work independently and make decisions with minimal supervision.
Ability to communicate technical and operational issues clearly and concisely.
Ability to work in accordance with quality, safety and production standards, policies and guidelines.
Good Communication (Verbal) Skill.
Per Course Faculty-Media, Journalism & Film (Summer/Fall 2018 Semester)
Candidate will teach various courses within the Department of Media, Journalism & Film. Responsibilities include teaching assigned classes, holding office hours, critiquing students' work, grading assignments in a timely manner, and submitting midterm and final grades before the due date/time.
Adjunct – Short Film Production – Traditional Campus – College Of Fine Arts And Production
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Make a Difference at Grand Canyon University
Shape the bright futures of Grand Canyon University students as an adjunct faculty member for the traditional ground campus in the College of Fine Arts and Production, which offers programs in theatre, dance education , music education, digital design with specialization in animation and web design, and digital film with specializations in production or screenwriting.
As an adjunct faculty member, you'll provide program instruction incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies and other industry trends reflecting advancements in your discipline. If you are highly motivated and passionate about teaching exceptional quality instruction in modern facilities with smaller class sizes, we'd like to hear from you.
Course: DDN-412 - Short Film Production:
Must be available for Fall 2018 Semester
Must be available to teach during the day.
Must be available to teach on GCU Main Campus.
In this course students are introduced to every aspect of the short-film production pipeline, from pre-production when the story and characters are developed to the final lighting, rendering, visual and sound effects, music, titles, and ending credits in post-production. Students prepare a production plan for their own animated short film and create production quality scripts and storyboards.
Technology requirement: Students provide their own laptop, a graphics tablet, external hard drive, and subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud and Maya software. Maya software is available as a free student download from the Autodesk website.
Check system requirements to run those programs at https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-Autodesk-Maya.html. Prerequisite: DDN-365.
Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating classroom discussions, assessing student performance and preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession. Other main responsibilities include the following:
- Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University's Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.
- Minimum: Masters in Graphic Design or Masters in Visual Communications or Masters in Animation or Masters in any related field AND At least two years professional experience in production of animated products.
All instructors must be skilled in: 1. storyboarding. 2. production planning 3. Maya 4. Photoshop 5. AfterEffects 6. sound and image integration.
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Sr. Process Engineer –Thick Film Ceramics (2013254)
The Sr. Process Engineer will develop and execute new process technologies to support existing and new product line road maps for the thick film ceramic product line. This individual will lead efforts involving concurrent design for manufacturability and facilitate the development of new and alternative process technologies to the organization. The Sr. Process Engineer is responsible for working in a multi-discipline team to assist the design efforts on products under the supervision of the Engineering Manager. International travel is required.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lead capital and automation project efforts to resolve production and technology capability issues
Deploy best practice principles for design and process modernization
Assign priorities and workflow to Engineers and Technicians to ensure deadlines are met
Establish performance measures and metrics, analyzes these metrics to identify and implement performance based improvements
Lead assembly teams in meeting customer quality and delivery requirements
Support customers and internal design reviews to ensure compatibility of processing techniques
Comply with and support all department and corporate policies and procedures, included but not limited to safety, security, ESD and OSHA guidelines
Perform all other related duties as assigned
Expert knowledge of thick film materials and processing
Expert knowledge of materials science
Experience with wire bonding
Experience with lead free soldering
Expert skill for designing and analyzing experiments utilizing statistical tools and methods
Ability to interface with customers and deal with difficult issues
Ability to lead teams, communicate effectively at all levels of the organization
Experience identifying, sourcing and implementing capital equipment and/or automation projects
Strong project management, structured problem solving, data analysis and computer skills
Ability to teach and train others as required in the organization
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including ability to lead cross-functional team
Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Material Science, Ceramics, Mechanical, Manufacturing or relevant Engineering degree; Master's Degree is preferred
Experience: 5+ years of related experience
Anaren is a VEVRAA/Federal Contractor and EEO/AA Employer, including disabled and veterans.
Film And Media Adjunct Assistant Professor
The Los Rios Community College District is seeking a pool of qualified applicants for possible temporary part-time teaching assignments. These positions are filled on an as needed basis and are on-going recruitment. Assignments may include day, evening and weekend courses.
(For complete information on the adjunct faculty recruitment process, select "Home" on the navigation bar to the left, then click Los Rios Jobs and select "Adjunct (PT) Faculty Recruitment Overview" in the "Applying for Positions at LRCCD" section.)
Lecturer In Theatre And Film & Digital Media
Teaching Introduction to Theatre classes, Acting for the Camera, Acting for Film Directors and functioning as a liaison between the departments of Theatre Arts and Film & Digital Media. Further duties will include mentoring students, maintaining an electronic "head book" for student acting talent, and recruiting for competitive BFA and BA programs. The position also carries an expectation of continued creative engagement with professional theatre and film.
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