Program Coordinator

This position requires an experienced production manager with excellent administration and organization skills who will manage workshop and college programs in photography, filmmaking, multimedia, and design/book arts. Requisite skills include organization, an understanding of preproduction, an ability to work with, and positively motivate people. The position requires familiarity with Macintosh applications including FileMaker Pro and Microsoft Office.

May 25 – November 8
$425 per week plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Program Assistant

This position requires excellent administration and organization skills. This person is a liaison between Faculty, Teaching Assistants, and the Photography, Film and Design & Book Arts and Multimedia Program Managers. She/He will have an intimate understanding of how the programs operate. Responsibilities include organizing course and student materials, workshop preproduction, and assisting the Program Coordinator with daily tasks. The assistant is an active participant in all course preproduction of Film, Photography, Digital, Book Arts, and Multimedia programs.  Requisite skills include organization, an understanding of preproduction, an ability to work with, and positively motivate people, handle class scheduling and classroom locations. The position also requires familiarity with various Macintosh applications. The position is central to the organization of workshops and the successful operation of the workshops for the Summer/Fall season.

June 8 – October 4
$325 per week plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Program Intern

The Program Office Intern works directly with the Program Coordinator and Program Assistant.  This intern is responsible for answering phones, taking messages, running errands, reproducing course materials, and helping students where needed. The value of this position is the exposure and familiarity it provides with all aspects and wide variety of responsibilities in and across all MMW programs.

June 1 – August 23
Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Photography Program Intern

The Photography Program Intern works directly with the Program Office Staff.  This intern is responsible for assisting with various Program Office activities, including providing campus tours, assisting with the Gallery, helping to organize and produce special events. The Program Intern will also be involved with helping students where needed, and may directly assist classes. Applicants for this position should have experience with assisting courses, and have some experience as related to photography and/or multimedia. The value of this position is the exposure and familiarity it provides with all aspects and wide variety of responsibilities in and across all MMW programs.  Please refer to the Teaching Assistant job description for more information regarding required skills.

June 1 – August 23
Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Film Program Intern

The Film Program Intern works directly with the Program Office Staff.  This intern is responsible for assisting with various Program Office activities, including providing campus tours, and helping to organize and produce special events. The Film Program Intern will also be involved with helping students where needed, and may directly assist classes. Applicants for this position should have experience with assisting courses, and have some experience as related to filmmaking and/or multimedia. The value of this position is the exposure and familiarity it provides with all aspects and wide variety of responsibilities in and across all MMW programs.  Please refer to the Teaching Assistant job description for more information regarding required skills.

June 1 – August 23
Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Locations & Talent Coordinator

This position works closely with both the Program Offices, coordinating locations, actors and models requirements for the film, photo and multimedia workshops.  This individual works with local landlords to secure locations and with instructors and teaching assistants to ensure locations are restored at the conclusion of each shoot. You will arrange for the required number of actors for film production classes each week and work with the student services and the Travel & Hospitality Liaison to arrange their accommodations. You will also work with the Photo program to secure models for the classes that require them.  This position requires strong organizational and communications skills and a head for details and follow-through.

May 25 – November 1
$350 per week plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Locations & Talent Intern

The Locations & Talent Intern works closely with the Location & Talent Coordinator to ensure that all workshops have the appropriate locations, models and actors.  This position works closely with the Program Offices, coordinating locations and actor requirements for the busy workshops season while maintaining and updating the information databases. This position requires strong organizational and communications skills and a head for details and follow-through.

June 1– August 23
Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Media Producer

The Media Producer is responsible for producing content for Maine Media’s website, publications and other marketing materials. The Media Producer and post production staff produce the Friday evening student show and maintain a digital archive of all student work and slideshows.  Applicants must have professional experience in the preparation of photo and video presentations (both analog and digital), be creative, responsible and have knowledge of the practical aspects of equipment, maintenance and operation.  Editing experience and knowledge of Final Cut Pro is required.

June 1 – August 30
$325 per week plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Newman Media Producer

The Newman Media Producer is responsible for recording and editing the weekly Masters lectures for use on Maine Media's website. The Newman Media Producer will also work closely with the Director of Marketing together with the Media Producer and post production staff to produce multimedia content for the web and envision and create viral worthy content related to and about Maine Media for promotional use. Applicants must have professional experience in the preparation of photo and video presentations (both analog and digital), be creative, responsible and have knowledge of the practical aspects of equipment, maintenance and operation.  Editing experience and knowledge of Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premier is required.  This position is funded by a grant from the Arnold & Augusta Newman Foundation.

June 22 – August 30
$350 per week plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).
 

Media Producer Intern

The Media Producer Intern works closely with the Media Producer to generate content for Maine Media's website, publications and marketing materials. The qualified candidate must have experience and knowledge in the use of DSLR and video cameras. The Media producer Intern assists with assembling the Friday night student presentations.

June 1– August 23
Accommodations (shared room/bath) plus meals when campus kitchen is serving (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast).