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MULTI-MEDIA TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Multi-media Technician is responsible for operating closed circuit television and videotape equipment in a studio or on location and/or directing activities in an audiovisual library. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains and executes schedule and equipment for satellite downlink teleconferences.

Performs faculty production services, such as developing transparencies, laminate materials, and other forms of learning and educational resources.

Performs and/or provides photographs and photographic services and video taping and video editing to patrons.

Receives and checks out media equipment to faculty and staff.

Assists with educational distance learning programs, technology training, classes, workshops, and seminars and monitors computer equipment.

Assists with overall operations of the facility by answering telephone, providing directions, sampling/testing equipment, and preparing communications.

Performs and assists with set-up and operation of electronic media equipment, such as projection units, laptops, and projection screens.

Manages the audiovisual library by maintaining equipment, cataloging audio-visuals, ensuring proper location of audiovisuals on shelves, performing annual inventory control, and releasing equipment to faculty or students.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

May require occasional in-state travel.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the operation, adjustment, and maintenance of audiovisual and television equipment. Knowledge of the methods and techniques of photography and film processing. Knowledge of video and audio production requirements. Knowledge of indexing, filing, and retrieval methods. Ability to distinguish color, depth, and proper scene composition. Ability to operate audio and videotape equipment. Ability to perform minor maintenance on equipment. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Skills in the use of tools and test equipment used in television transmission and studio maintenance.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in the audiovisual production/video area or a related field.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver


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