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United States of America (Exempt)Position Type
Since 1965, Dallas College, formerly known as the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) has served more than three (3) million students. We are one of the largest community college systems in the state of Texas, which includes seven campus locations around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We strive to be a leader in the Community College space, placing students at the center of everything we do.Position Summary
Oversee and provide directions in the use of the television studio facilities. Responsible for administering equipment, maintaining equipment, instructional labs and general facilities for the Video Technology program. Provides instructional support designed to assist students with equipment operation.Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of technical operations, methods, materials, practices and procedures involved in television technical productions. Demonstrated experience in system operation and support for audio, video, lighting, rigging and dimming systems.
Assists in providing assistance and training to new staff in equipment operation.
Demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks/assignments, and strong oral and written communication skills to engage with individuals from diverse populations.
Knowledge of instructional systems design and development models, principles, and practices. Knowledge of student learning theory and methodology, and their application in managing training delivery.
Ability to work effectively with faculty, students, administrators, and support and encourage a diverse community college environment. Show professionalism, including integrity and confidentiality, in accordance with district rules, regulations, and policy. Some instructional areas may require a greater degree of knowledge based on instructional programs.
Ability to plan, organize and execute plans in a timely manner. Knowledge of a variety of software/hardware programs and the ability to utilize computer technology to access data, maintain records and generate reports. Establish a school culture for ongoing instructional improvement and promote instructional assistance using various methods.
Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, production staff and guest artists in a diverse environment and provide training and guidance to students involved in productions. Knowledge of design theory and principles and how they are executed in various production specialties.
Assists students through clarification of course assignments, lectures, tests and lab exercises through direct interaction in a lab setting environment, or via electronic communication for distance learning courses.
Works with students individually and in small groups to select and use the instructional resources to demonstrate assignments.
May process human resource forms such as timesheets and leave forms, etc.
Ability to perform independently and without supervision all of the essential duties of the position with efficiency and effectiveness with only general supervision. Adhere to District policy and procedures.
The ability to build solid working relationships and work in a diverse environment with faculty, students and colleagues. Good organizational and computer skills, record keeping and general office skills.
The ability to manage multiple priorities, and the willingness to work and communicate effectively with a diverse population of faculty, students and staff.
Comprehensive knowledge of safety measures and hazards related to television productions. Research, assess and identify specific information needed to clarify a situation when making a decision. Looks at the overall picture and considers the outcome and possible effect on employees and productivity.
Troubleshoots minor equipment repairs utilized in the specific lab(s) assigned; performs minor repairs or adjustments to audio/video equipment and identifies major repair needs; may coordinate major repairs with vendors or college repair department.
Instructs students and faculty on adherence to lab/shop safety procedures and shows required videos on handling of hazardous materials.
Participate in development of curriculum/resources (e.g. syllabi, course outline, equipment certifications).
Participates in faculty meetings to discuss new and/or re-vamp program goals and objectives as they relate to the lab(s).
Responsible for maintaining lab supplies, preparing materials requisition, receiving and storing functions.
Maintain a variety of related records and provide information required for decision-making.
May monitor budget expenditures within allocation. Assists in all stages of collection development and maintenance-acquisition/orders, receipt and packaging, data collection and record keeping.
Coordination of all functions related to periodic physical inventory, which will include maintaining records of disposition and acquisition of capital equipment.
Responsible for receiving and identifying capital equipment such as cameras, tripods, monitors, amplified and non-amplified speakers, amplifier cases, audio mixing boards, microphones, cables and accessories and assigning location decals. Checks materials for correct quantity, description, specification and condition. Examines records and materials to determine status of missing items and or update newly acquired materials.
Responsible for the security of assigned inventory. Performs periodic inventory. Searches for lost or misplaced tools/equipment.
Requires a high degree of diplomacy, planning, coordination of labor and accountability.
Plans, coordinates and manages the daily studio/lab/facilities operations and services
Supervision: Designs and executes a staffing plan to meet requirements through selection, training, and supervision of assigned part-time staff.
Completes required Dallas College Professional Development training hours per academic year.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with physical challenges to perform the essential duties and responsibilities. Construction of sets and placement of lighting requires the ability to bend, stoop, crawl, and climb. Ability to lift and place sets that may weigh up to 50 pounds.
Associates degree in related field plus two (2) years of related work experience.
Knowledge and experience in the safe operation of power tools.
Some evening and weekend hours may be required, depending upon production needs and performance duties.
Official transcript will be required.
*** Will be subject to a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to a fingerprint check. ***Applications Deadline
October 2, 2023