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To provide general assistance to the University Photographer with digital photography in studio and on location; Everyday responsibilities include helping organize and prepare photos used in publications, news releases and the Internet; Assisting the university photographer during studio shoots; Additional photo responsibilities may include photography assignments whenever the University Photographer is unavailable; Other duties include office tasks such as answering phones, taking messages, assisting callers with questions, making photocopies, deliveries, and digital asset management; Preparing digital photos for publication based on traditional darkroom techniques such as burning, dodging, controlling, contrast and color correction; May require driving a University vehicle on and off campus for various errands.
Critical/Creative Thinking and Problem Solving:
Competence in a Discipline:
Team Work/Team Leading:
Candidates should have experience with photographic equipment including 35mm cameras, digital cameras, lenses, flash systems, light meters and studio lighting equipment; Candidates should also have experience using Adobe Photoshop, film and flatbed scanners; Students majoring in Photography/Fine Arts Major and Photojournalism will be seriously considered, but is not required; Training and responsibilities will be given in proportion to the student's skills; Reliability, consistency, organization, experience, professionalism and attention to detail are most desirable.
up to 10
April 30th, 2014
April 28th, 2014; Please bring portfolio and apply in person at the front desk in the Office of University Relations (Second Floor, East Wing of the Administration Building); Please do not call or email to express interest in the position.
225 Administration Building
Contact the Supervisor to apply for this position. Apply for positions for which you meet the qualifications.