KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
The Media Production Coordinator should be a patient, caring individual who has the knowledge and skills to foster welcoming, safe, creative learning experiences that facilitate exploration of media arts including video production, design, popular culture and Andy Warhol’s life, art, and legacy.
They must be comfortable with multiple learning styles and teaching methods, adapting their approaches in a dynamic setting to meet the needs of staff and program participants.
Experience facilitating informal learning (experiential, community-based, outdoors, in museums, after-school programs, or similar settings) is preferred.
Successful candidates will have consistently demonstrated their ability to apply their knowledge of media arts and media literacy to Andy Warhol, and the museum’s programming, exhibits and collections.
They must be comfortable adapting their approaches in a dynamic setting to meet the needs of diverse visitors and program participants.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in education, community engagement, media arts, video production, film history is preferred.
1-2 years of experience teaching in museums other informal settings, or external classroom teaching with a focus on media arts is required.
Hands on experience with video production, media arts, and creative learning.
Demonstrated ability to capture and edit photo, video, and/or audio content of program participants, instructors, and other key individuals and elements to tell a story, teach a concept, or demonstrate a process.
Experience working directly with external clients and stakeholders on digital content production.
Documented ability to contribute to team settings such as content captures, planning, and feedback sessions, and other in-person engagements.
Demonstrated aptitude for creativity, curiosity, passion, enthusiasm, integrity, and a strong professional ethic.
Cultural competency and experience working with diverse communities.
Passion for/interest in Andy Warhol, art, media, design, and popular culture.
This position often requires constant mobility around the studio or classroom and through museum galleries for several hours at a time. If the person is not able to bend or lift items of 20 – 50 lbs., they must be willing to ask for assistance performing tasks that require these actions.