October 21, 2013
UAA seeks digital media intern
Undergraduate Academic Affairs is looking for a digital media intern to help tell some stories of the amazing things that undergraduate students are doing. Are you a digital storyteller? Do you want to share stories of the undergraduate academic experience? Then we hope you take a look at the job description and consider applying. In addition to being a fun way to learn more about the UW, it’s a great opportunity to build your digital storytelling portfolio.
Digital Media Intern
Undergraduate Academic Affairs
University of Washington
- Develop and produce multimedia projects for Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
- Participate in developing and managing social media communications channels for UAA.
- Research and recommend social media strategies.
- Develop and maintain content for web pages within Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
- Must be a UW student (undergraduate or graduate) with an interest in public relations, communications, digital media or related field.
- Strong preference will be given to students who have experience in photography and video production and/or related coursework.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Docs.
- Proficient in Adobe Premier or Apple Final Cut Pro.
- Attention to detail, ability to work independently and multitask.
- Outgoing, experienced in working with a range of people and situations.
- Ability to lift and transport materials.
- Available to work on events during evenings and on weekends when required.
- Photography experience in a range of settings, including events and portraits.
- Familiarity with PhotoShop.
- 15-19.5 hours per week, flexible scheduling.
- Position term: 2-3 quarters, beginning fall quarter 2013 or winter quarter 2014, depending on date of hire.
Closing Date: open until selected but preference given to applications received by 10/31/13.
Résumés, cover letters, and references may be mailed, sent electronically, or delivered directly to Kirsten Atik.
To apply, please submit:
- Your résumé and a cover letter explaining your career interests, relevant coursework, and employment experience
- A brief writing sample (news release, promotional materials, etc.)
- Two references (including at least one academic reference)
- 2-3 examples of your visual work. This could be photography, video, or both.
Kirsten Atik, Communications Director
220 Mary Gates Hall, Box 352800
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-1242
The University of Washington provides equal opportunity in education and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran. If you need disability accommodation in the application/employment process, please call 543-6450 (voice) or 543-6452 (TDD).