Community Media Program Lead
Reports to: the Director of Community Access
Hours: Schedule will include regular evenings and some weekends.
Compensation: Hourly rate $16-$20 an hour, based on experience. This position can be part-time to full-time of 40 hours a week. At full time (32 hours) benefits include 12 sick and 12 vacation days annually with nine paid holidays, two personal days and competitive medical, dental and retirement.
SPNN seeks a passionate individual with a desire to engage members and program participants by supporting development of technical and soft skills for creating meaningful media or to embark on a new career.
What you get to do
- Teach basic and advanced media making to members, program participants and organizations.
- Lead project based learning programs for a cohort of 10-19.
- Build relationships by engaging members and supporting development of technical and soft skills for creating meaningful media or to embark on a new career.
- Provide in-person support for members using SPNN resources including; studio, field gear and editing software.
- Assist with determining educational priorities.
What we need from you
- Experience or background in media making, documentary filmmaking desired.
- Advanced skills in all aspects of media creation.
- Experience teaching/training and developing curriculum
- Ability to provide outstanding customer service internally and externally.
- Availability for evening and weekend work.
- Experience working with diverse stakeholders from a variety of racial, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds.
To Apply: Please send a PDF cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Media Education Instructor” in the subject line. We will accept applications through 5:00pm on Friday, December 8th.
SPNN is focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you’re excited about this role but do not meet 100% of the qualifications above, we encourage you to apply. St. Paul Neighborhood Network seeks to foster equal opportunity for all to obtain employment, education, public accommodation, and access to telecommunications without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion, immigration status, veteran status, class, creed, mental or physical disability, or status with regard to public assistance and strictly in accord with their individual merits as human beings.