USF Football – Creative Media Specialist

USF FOOTBALL
CREATIVE MEDIA SPECIALIST
Job Description – Produce dynamic, artistic, cinematic-type
content for USF Football through the use of videography and
photography

  • Brand & Culture Promotion – Showcase USF Football’s
    brand & culture through the use of creative media
  • Social Media Presence – Generate creative digital content
    for USF Football’s social media platforms
  • Event Storytelling – Produce high quality videos and
    content that gives recruits and fans a unique perspective into
    games, practices & workouts that goes beyond just
    documenting what occurred

  • What we are looking for – We need someone who is innovative
    and seeks to be a trendsetter. Their work needs to be able to tell
    our program’s story through original and engaging content.
  • We’re looking for someone who is passionate about USF and building our
    football players’ brands. We’ll give the creative freedom to take
    concept to film and provide the framework to be successful
    without dictating the nuts and bolts of the content.

  • Compensation – Unpaid internship with the opportunity to be
    paid in the future; class credit is available as well. Looking for 10-20
    hours per week of work. This is an unbelievable opportunity to get
    in on the ground-floor of an emerging industry where more and
    more jobs are being created each year.

Send resume and three work samples to

Mike Giglio

Director of Recruiting & Pro Liaison // USF Football

 giglio@usf.edu

Manatee County Government seeks interns – video/communications, social media and marketing

Video/communications:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/manateecounty/jobs/3038412/intern-video-and-communications?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs (Great opportunity to work with a USF alum)

All internships/jobs: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/manateecounty (Page 2 has the bulk of them)

Mediagistic needs a production assistant intern – immediate and paid

The production intern would assist the Media Production Manager, whose primary responsibility is to produce and coordinate the Mass Media production projects (Radio Spots, TV Spots, Jingles, Animation Videos, etc.). The Media Production Manager is involved at each stage of a program, from initial planning, estimating and scheduling, through filming or recording, and on to final budget and production reports.

The intern would be expected to help with pre-production and production.

Requirements:

We are looking for someone who has creative writing experience with a basic knowledge of editing processes involving Premiere Pro and other aspects of the Adobe Suite of products. We work on very quick turn-arounds here so they must be good with working under a tight deadline.

Hours and pay:

Ten (10) hours per week at a rate of $10 per hour. The initial period will be for 90-days, but we are willing to consider extending through to the Fall Term if the candidate would like to remain on staff for internship credit.

Contact: Send resume to Matt Sager (a USF alum) at msager@mediagistic.com.

Desired start date: April 12

USF Business for Good needs interns

Hello students!  Looking for a remote Spring 2021 internship? Are you an energetic, collaborative team member interested in helping businesses use their power as a force for good? The USF Business For Good Internship is launching NEXT SEMESTER (Spring 2021) and is looking for students to join the team! Interns in this program will work in teams and partner with businesses striving toward B Corporation certification – a seal of social and environmental responsibility for businesses. In a nutshell, B Corp Certification is to businesses as Fair Trade Certified is to coffee and USDA Organic is to apples. In this internship, students will help businesses complete the B Impact Assessment (BIA), a comprehensive impact reporting software that measures 5 spheres of a business’ impact: Governance, Workers, Customers, Environment, and Community.  The USF Business For Good Internship is: Remote, Spring 2021 Tailored to ALL MAJORS Open to undergrad and grad students Offered both for and not-for-credit Practical professional development Compensated through valuable business experience, trainings, + guest lectures For more information, please see the attached Fact Sheet. If you are interested, have questions, or would like the registration form, please email our Internship Coordinator, Bekah Vigil at rmvigil@usf.edu Weekly Info Sessions are hosted to answer questions and give more information about the internship. RSVP to one of the following info sessions here. Mondays 11:30 am – 12 pm Tuesdays 6:30 pm – 7 pm Thursdays 10 am – 10:30 am Attached File Student Fact Sheet_ USF Business For Good Internship.pdf – 171 KB https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/923104/files/105941774/download

Rep. Charlie Crist’s campaign needs interns and digital ambassadors

Congressman Charlie Crist’s reelection campaign is seeking interns and digital ambassadors! If you’re one of our supporters and have social media or a college student looking for communications experience, this is the role for you. The best part? You can be a part of this historic election by joining from your computer screen! For interested interns, please email a resume and 3 references to Amina Spahic at amina@charliecrist.com. For digital ambassadors, see the attached links and join our Tuesday zoom meetings at 6 pm!

Digital Ambassador Weekly Meeting (zoom) 

Sign up here: https://www.mobilize.us/cristforcongress/event/319055/

DIGITAL AMBASSADOR SIGN UP FORM: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1S2mkXx-phuAY8fukGfbLEQMJJNg8CjBbETd70lSfqGg/edit

Camera Assistant at Dragonfly Stories (job)

Camera Assistant

DRAGONFLY STORIES – A MULLINGS GROUP COMPANY

DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES

The ideal candidate is a team player, collaborative and resourceful. You must be comfortable working as part of a team. Below is a snapshot of what the role would entail.

Essential Duties

  • Set up and prepare cameras for production• Assist with lighting and audio set up • Ensure all technology, audio, and visual connections are set up properly and are functioning within the control room • Assist with set design and breakdown including moving props, furniture, and equipment • Conduct research on tools and technology to enhance productivity and set capabilities • Order tools, equipment, accessories, and expendables required for a set operation • Perform maintenance on cameras and set equipment • Troubleshoot camera, lighting, and audio equipment issues • Maintain inventory of all set equipment including cameras, lights, and audio equipment as well as all essential and nonessential accessories • Prepare, pack, and manage all production equipment for offsite and travel productions • Maintain camera logs during offsite and travel productions • Organize and maintain the cleanliness of all production areas • Pull focus for camera operator when necessary • Operate camera as a backup operator when necessary • Manage media including media transfer, back up, and organization when necessary

 

Knowledge and Skills

  • Well-rounded knowledge of the setup, function, and maintenance of a variety of cameras required. Experience with Arri Amiras and Sony FS7 Mark II preferred • Proficient in troubleshooting camera and equipment issues • Well-rounded knowledge of all aspects of the camera department required.
  • Basic knowledge of lighting set up preferred • Basic knowledge of control room set up and operation preferred • Ability to multi-task and delegate responsibilities • Must be a team player who thrives in a collaborative environment • Must be flexible, adaptable, and able to work under pressure

 

Experience

  • Background in both field and studio environments required • 3 years of experience as a 2nd AC required. 1st AC experience preferred Resume with strong references will be required for consideration. The submission of reel is encouraged.

 

PLEASE EMAIL Rena@mullingsgroup.com

TBAE seeks interns

Are you interested in getting real-world experience in the media field? Then apply to be an intern at Tampa Bay Arts and Education Network (TBAE) this Fall Semester! TBAE is looking for self-motivated and hard working students to join our team. Every TBAE intern will leave this internship knowing what it takes to be a professional working in television. They will also learn to produce and edit their own promotional video or PSA to use in their professional reel. TBAE offers students two different tracks to choose from as their internship focus.

 

Pre-Production, Distribution, and Marketing Intern:

  • Write and execute a script
  • Execute social media during LIVE taping of programs
  • Learn Marketing Skills on how to promote original programming
  • Gain teleprompter skills
  • Learn Floor Director Skills in TBAE’s state of the art studios
  • Learn video production and editing skills
  • Create email campaigns to market TBAE

 

Video Production/Editor Intern:

  • Write and execute a script
  • Gain teleprompter skills
  • Learn to set up camera and lighting equipment in TBAE’s virtual production studio
  • Technical Directing in TBAE’s Master Control during productions
  • Train on live multi-camera productions in the field
  • Interns will be trained in Adobe Photoshop
  • Edit video using Final Cut X software
  • Cut and edit public service announcements (PSA’s) and program episodes.

 

Safety Practices:

To protect our staff and interns everyone is required to wear a mask when in the office. Interns will also get their own desk to avoid sharing computers. In order to avoid large groups and limit time spent in the office we have also incorporated virtual learning to our internship program. Interns will communicate using Google Docs and participate in three Zoom trainings listed below:

 

Zoom Trainings:

  • Video Formats & Codec Proper Usage
  • Lighting Composition and Videography
  • Intro to Wirecast for Production

 

This is an unpaid internship and can be used for college credit. All applications must be submitted online by August 28th at 4 PM. To apply for any of the positions, please submit your application along with a resume OR a recommendation letter to jessica@tbae.net.

 

Florida Holocaust Museum seeks interns (video)

Interns will be responsible for creating short (2-3 min. long) videos to be used in The FHM media campaign for our Anne Frank Humanitarian Award program using assets recorded by FHM staff.  Additionally, interns will assist the Education Department with the creation of short education videos, assist with adding content to the Museum’s virtual tour, and will edit Holocaust Survivor testimonies and create short films with them, adding images, maps, text, etc…

Knowledge of Adobe Premier for video editing would be optimal as this program is already purchased by The FHM.

The intern positions are available now and would be ongoing. The AFHA project would be completed by September, however, additional projects would allow for continued or new internship positions for the fall semester.

Contact: Erin Blankenship eblankenship@thefhm.org

Two Stories Media seeks production intern (fall)

 

Company Two Stories Media is a production company based in Clearwater, FL. We are a group of professional storytellers who take ideas from a spark, to a visual branding tool. Whether clients are looking to connect with their audience through commercial video, elevate images with compelling photography, or influence the community, we are where brand and story meet. We work both on location and in our studio.
Job Position Video Production Intern
Employment Type Unpaid internship  
Number of Openings 1  
Desired Start Date August 2020  
Duration 1 Semester, Fall 2020
Safety and Security Employees, interns and volunteers are required to maintain compliance with TSM’s safety, security, drug-free and confidentiality programs to secure a safe working environment and protect the company’s intellectual property.
Job Qualifications

Primary

Active student enrolled in a degree program related to video production, media, communication, digital arts, graphic design or journalism. Must have basic knowledge of video production. Must be able to interact professionally with crew members, peers and our clients. Must be able to multi-task and be detail oriented.
Job Qualifications

Secondary

Should have the ability to handle flexible hours as productions can occur on any day, traditionally between M-F 7am-6pm but occasionally on Saturday and Sundays as well.
Job Description ·        Arrive ready for work at the specified time, known as ‘crew call.’

·        Maintain excellent internal and external communications.

·        Learn the fundamentals of studio and on-location production, such as lighting cinematography, audio, etc.

·        Assists in studio projects, which will include setting lights, diffusions, rigging, camera(s) and additional elements as needed.

·        Assists in on-location projects, which will include working alongside professionals and clients. Practical experience with lighting, rigging, cinematography, unloading, set terminology, safety and more.

·        Perform any other duties as assigned.

Required Items

Check all that apply

☐ Application

☒ Resume

☒ Cover Letter

☐ Diploma (copy)

☐ Certificate (copy)

☐ Degree (copy)

☒ Other Any links, websites, show of work, etc.

Application Method Apply via email to Kevin Echemendia at kevin@twostoriesmedia.com