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Multimedia Education Specialist


The Multimedia Specialist provides educational instruction and support for students with a focus on video production and editing. This position requires the skill set of a multimedia producer with the ability to coach and train students in applications and equipment related to multimedia production. The Education Specialist will provide technical and editorial instruction support, develop strong working relationships with students, provide solid leadership, contribute to a positive learning culture, and assist students both in and out of the classroom. Education Specialists support the professional development of students, adult learners and/or veterans, in digital arts, video production, radio broadcast, media content and design. Additionally, Multimedia Education Specialists may be assigned roles on various productions occurring throughout the organization. Candidates must be interested in their own professional development and have the ability to communicate effectively with associated adminitrators, students, family members and staff.


  • Coaching and training students in multimedia production with a focus on video production and editing
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of multimedia curriculum
  • Serve on CPBN production team to participate in various multimedia projects
  • Communicate responsibly with students, families, CPBN staff and community partners
  • Encourage active and positive learning in a classroom environment
  • Instruct students in an ethical and professional manner
  • Provide special events coverage to include set design, lighting, audio/video recording and assisting with room setup and breakdown
  • Follow equipment maintenance and inspection guidelines
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor`s degree in multimedia, broadcasting or journalism preferred, with at least two years media creation experience in education, training, broadcasting and/or video production required
  • Strong operational knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite a must, Avid Pro Tools, Broadcast Pix and Ross video switches, PreSonus StudioLive audio boards, Panasonic GH4 cameras, Sony EX-3 cameras, Panasonic HM150 cameras, iMac, MacMini, and MacPro computers highly preferred
  • Experience with digital arts and radio broadcast a plus
  • Thorough understanding of in-studio and on-remote television, radio and web production and distribution preferred
  • Demonstrated experience using educational technology as a training tool preferred
  • Exceptional written and oral communications abilities, particularly research, editing and presentation skills, in order to present complex ideas clearly
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Experience in creatively and effectively adapting, developing and implementing innovative curricula
  • Ability to maintain accurate documentation for student attendance, academic records and grant reports
  • Interest in providing direction, leadership and guidance to students


Send resume, cover letter (including where candidate found out about this position), and salary requirements to Human Resources, Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc., 1049 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105/ Email: No phone calls, Please

Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2016-08-20