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Duties

Primary responsibility is to provide to faculty a well-organized, smooth functioning computer, web and audio-visual environment in which students can take full advantage of the instructional program and available resource material.

In order to ensure a safe climate conducive to student learning, the responsibility of each District 217 employee includes the health and safety of all visitors, employees and students; all buildings and grounds are kept in a safe condition; and the District’s real and personal property is carefully supervised and maintained.

 

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:               

  1. Record meetings and presentations with video cameras, operate spotlights, adjust amplifiers, coordinate graphics used in displays and provide technical support for all events in the district. This includes faculty meetings, graduation, guest presentations, concerts, teleconferences, webinars, distance-learning classes, etc.
  2. Responsible for all video production needs of the district. This includes Best of the Argonauts, retirement videos, event recording, video conversion and duplication requests, and video archiving requests
  3. Set up, operate, maintain, and repair equipment used to enhance live events, such as microphones, video recorders, projectors, lighting, and sound mixing equipment.
  4. Transport, assemble, maintain, and repair equipment used in multimedia production. Knowledge of camera and lighting techniques is essential, and familiarity with editing equipment and software is required.
  5. Maintain collections of all district video materials for posterity, and for publications or promotional products.
  6. Responsible for all video production for the district: live streaming, event recording, post-editing, uploads to social media management systems, creation of educational and promotional videos including the management of the district’s video storage, video distribution and media platform.
  7. Responsible for the maintenance and support on all district-owned equipment related to the recording, editing and streaming of video materials. This includes inventory and check out of all audiovisual equipment such as DSLRs, GoPros, handheld camcorders, lighting, tripods, voice recorders, etc.
  8. Assist in procuring new inventory of A/V equipment and the maintenance and support on all district-owned A/V systems in non-classroom areas (ex. Swanson Gym, Historical Room, PAC, football field, etc.)
  9. Coordinate new A/V installations including LCD projectors, video equipment and their related cabling with outside vendors when applicable.
  10. Manage the repair of all audiovisual equipment.
  11. Manage A/V inventory in non-classroom spaces
  12. Provide training for faculty, staff and students that cover the following: One2One, Canvas, Kaltura, A/V technologies, Digital citizenship, database research, etc. in collaboration with the Technology Coach and LRC Coordinator
  13. Assist the Director of Technology with design and integration of A/V solutions in the district, and provide training to district employees (primarily in the summer months)
  14. Assist the Technology Coach with effectively integrating media technologies including providing training to teachers on A/V technologies and classroom application of A/V solutions.
  15. Assist teachers with video conferencing and provide support for equipment and software as needed.

Qualifications

  1. Ability to interact professionally with students, parents and staff
  2. Advanced experience with video-editing applications, video formats and video-recording equipment
  3. Working knowledge of graphic design and photo editing applications
  4. Experience with and working knowledge of computer equipment
  5. Ability to troubleshoot A/V and computer-related hardware and software problems
  6. College preferred
  7. Able to work a schedule that includes evening and weekend assignments
  8. Advanced experience with and knowledge of Audio/Visual software and hardware equipment
  9. Working knowledge of HTML and website editing skills

Salary/Benefits

$28.76 per hour
The probationary period is 60 business days. Upon completion of the probationary period, you will be eligible for benefits.  The benefit package includes: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, sick days, vacation etc. - as outlined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement for Support Staff at Argo Community High School

Additional Notes

  1. Serve as backup for delivery of communications (including emergency updates) when Graphic Designer is unavailable.
  2. Other A/V, website and LRC related tasks as assigned by the Director of Technology, Assistant Principal, Principal, Business Manager and Superintendent including AV event support in non-classroom areas.
  3. Other Technology-related duties as assigned by Director of Technology, Assistant Principal, Principal, Business Manager or Superintendent.

Hours:

7:00AM-3:30PM (other hours as needed by District 217 Administration)

12:00PM -9:00PM (major event days)

 

   

      

How to Apply

All interested persons should apply online at www.argohs.net “District Information” “Human Resources” and "Employment Opportunities

Link: http://www.generalasp.com/argo217/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Technology

 

Link to District/Third Party Online Application Web Page

http://www.generalasp.com/argo217/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Technology

Job Posting Date

10/19/2020

Start Date

3/21/2021 10:56:22 AM