The Johns Hopkins University Digital Media Center in Baltimore, Maryland
(http://digitalmedia.jhu.edu) will be posting a part-time position for a Multimedia Specialist with an emphasis in Audio and Computer Music. The unofficial description of the position is as follows:
Multimedia Specialist will instruct students in the use of digital audio hardware and software, maintain audio studio and circulating equipment, inspire students in the creation of music/audio related art. S/he will design and conduct workshops, create other teaching materials, make
purchasing recommendations, and keep up with cutting edge multimedia technologies. S/he will assist student lab monitors by filling in with front desk duty and helping patrons with technically challenging projects. This position is structured to support a working artist who maintains an active creative life outside of the lab.
The successful candidate will be able to:
Learn new information independently and be comfortable experimenting with new technologies, have strong written and verbal communication skills, be organized and able to work efficiently while juggling multiple projects. Must have superior people skills and be able to take the initiative to reach out to students.
MS, MA or MFA, as well as previous teaching experience, thorough knowledge of sound recording and digital audio, knowledge of the following hardware and software: Digital Performer 4.5, PEAK 4.1, Adobe Audition. Adobe Creative Suite and Macromedia Tools. Extensive system-level knowledge of both Mac's and PCs. Knowledge of programming and expertise in MAX/MSP/Jitter is a plus.
Please email your resume and cover letter to Joan Freedman, Director of the JHU Digital Media Center at email@example.com