2013 - C137 Integrated Media Coordinator

Job # 2013-C137
Job Type Contractual
Department School of Global Journalism & Communication
Class Code 9003
Bargaining Unit No
FLSA Status Exempt
Job Status Full Time 
Hiring Salary Commensurate with Experience
Pay Range N/A
Posting Date October 4, 2013
Closing Date Open Until Filled



Department:      School of Global Journalism & Communication 

Duties:  Manages the daily operation of the School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC) student broadcast facilities and production labs; oversees the maintenance of smart classrooms in the Communication Center; coordinates daily activities at the BEAR-TV and WMUR studios; ensures effective integration of new broadcast equipment, digital and online technologies into curricula; supports the SGJC performance centers; maintains and updates inventory lists of all software, production and editing equipment; arranges for maintenance of equipment; works with staff and students in the performance centers to produce and deliver news and information; supervises multimedia production and editing facilities; implements SGJC policies; monitors the use of audio and video equipment; recruits, trains and supervises lab assistants; introduces faculty, staff, and students to new software, equipment, and conduct training;  serves as a technical support resource; develops and maintains an active SGJC website; and performs other duties, as required.

Minimum Qualifications:    Bachelors' Degree in mass communications or related field;  Five (5) years experience in broadcast news production or related areas.

Special Note:   The compensation for this position is derived from a research contract, gift or grant; therefore, this position is subject to automatic termination upon expiration of funds.

Preferred:   Certifications in video and audio editing software applications, e.g., Adobe Creative Suite, ProTools, Avid and Final Cut Pro.

Requirements:   Knowledge of contemporary digital and online technologies; knowledge of social and mobile media; skill in field and studio camera operations and video recording techniques; ability to use video and audio editing software applications, such as, Adobe Creative Suite, ProTools, Avid and Final Cut Pro. Flexible hours and some weekends required; ability to manage operations and supervise others.

To Apply:  Send letter of interest indicating Job # 2013-C137, a Morgan State University Application for Employment, with three names of references and telephone numbers to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251 or e-mail your information to jobs@morgan.edu. EEO/AA