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The Office of Mediated Education at K-State is seeking applicants for the position of Student Electronic Media Coordinator. The student, under the supervision of the full time Electronic Media Coordinator, will work individually and collaboratively to provide videography support to on-campus courses or events, encode and edit video, assist with live web-casts, provide video assistant support to faculty/staff, and research new audio/video and web technologies. The student Electronic Media Coordinator will concurrently work on several projects that may vary in complexity, responsibility and time.

•Some knowledge of Videography & Audio/Video Editing (Abode Premier preferred)
•Proficiency with Photoshop and working with multiple image types
•Strong communication and social interaction skills
•Strong English and typing skills
•Must be able to work at least 15 hours/week, although scheduling is flexible

•Familiarization with Mediasite and other video streaming technologies
•Familiarization with video camera operations

SALARY: Starting wages begin at $9.50 per hour.
The Office of Mediated Education is hiring part-time student developers. Students will work with a team developing JAVA web applications, participating in the complete life cycle, from initial requirements, design, and development to maintenance and customer support. Exact duties and responsibilities of the position will vary based on the successful applicant's skills and aptitude. Our students complete an onboarding program and receive mentoring from full-time developers to get up to speed with our development practices and exposure to our applications.
Hours and Location: You set your schedule but working hours between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday at the K-State Foundation Center on Anderson Ave. Starting wages are $9.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience.

Required Qualifications:
Current Undergraduate in Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.) Students must have problem solving skills and development experience or course work in programming. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers.

Preferred qualifications:
Experience with Java application development.
Experience with Ajax, JavaScript, and standards-based web design.
Applicants with one or more years employment potential.
Ability to work 30 hours per week over the summer if not taking classes.