Administrative adjunct to the Film and Electronic Arts Program:
Administrative adjunct to the Film and Electronic Arts Program
Administrative adjunct to the Film and Electronic Arts ProgramEmployer Website:
Working closely with the Program Director and Technical Director, the Administrative adjunct to the Film and Electronic Arts program assists all aspects of the program. The Administrative adjunct's work is divided primarily between the administrative and film-related tasks, which often overlap.
Administratively, the adjunct is responsible for smoothly running the program:
» maintaining the budget (invoices, reimbursements, purchase orders, recording)
» all manner of scheduling
» managing student workers
» departmental mail
» superviseing faculty searches
» tracking students
» assisting faculty membersFilm-related tasks encompass the everyday running of the video library, from purchasing to logging inventory, and supervising everyday class screenings, which may include 16 mm film rentals.
» A general level of comfort around video, film, and audio equipment is necessary, although proficiency is not required.
» The capability to take direction and work independently is paramount, while simultaneously being flexible to prioritize many different needs at once.
» A minimum of 2-3 years of administrative practice is required.
» A strong attention to detail and proficiency with Google Drive, including Docs and Sheets, is necessary. To Apply
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references including email address and phone number to Interfolio at:
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