Science Multimedia Intern (Summer) William and Mary, United States Updated: about 20 hours ago Location: Williamsburg, VIRGINIA Deadline: 03 May 2019 Position Information Position Information Present Position Number T0526V Role Code Title Student / Intern Position Title Science Multimedia Intern (Summer) Position Summary The Summer Science Multimedia Internship will provide an undergraduate/recently-graduated/graduate student with mentoring: assistance, training and experience as they capture assigned stories using both photography and videography. The Internship position will create multimedia stories for use on Virginia Sea Grants new website which speak to one of three primary audiencestechnical, organizational and emotional. The internship position will offer a student the opportunity to hone his/her craft (develop interviewing, analysis, and reporting skills, and shooting, editing, and design expertise). Required Qualifications EDUCATION: Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. (New graduate will also be considered with a degree in communications, journalism, science writing, science an equivalent). Preferred Qualifications EXPERIENCE: * A visual science journalist with experience in the environmental field. * Expertise with Final Cut, Lightroom, Adobe CC, and archiving, editing and social media. Advertised Pay Range $12.50 an hour Department VA Sea Grant Office - 112100 Location VIMS - Gloucester University Salary Range U03 Job Open Date 04/12/2019 Review Begin Date Job Close Date 05/03/2019 Open Until Filled No Employment Category Hourly Position Term Other (Specify Below) Special Application Instructions Please include a link to a design/photography/video portfolio, website, or a PDF of design/photography samples. Conditions of Employment: * This is a non-exempt position, eligible to receive overtime in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act and university policy. This position may be subject to overtime during high peak times, etc. as directed and approved by the supervisor. * This position is a temporary (hourly) position not to exceed 6 months. All hourly employees are subject to the limitations of the Virginia Manpower Control Program and total hours worked may not exceed on average 29 hours per week, over the course of a twelve month period beginning May 1 each year. EEO Statement The College of William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Background Check Statement The College of William & Mary is committed to providing a safe campus community. W&M conducts background investigations for applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include reference checks, a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial (credit) report or driving history check.