POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 4
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director of Multimedia
POSITION TYPE: In-Person, Full-Time Temporary
DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: 6/11/23 – 7/31/23
Staff Arrival Date: 6/11/23
Training: 6/12/23 – 6/14/23
Summer Festival: 6/15/22 -7/30/23
Staff Departure Date: 7/31/23
Multimedia Interns must be enrolled at an accredited institution and shall be receiving tuition credit for this work to be performed on site at the Institute.
In order to receive such credits, interns must be onsite at the Institute for the period specified above, and receive a minimum satisfactory rating from the Director of Multimedia, and/or their designee.
Knowledge: Applicants must have experience recording live classical music concerts including but not limited to solo violin, viola and cello (with or without piano), string chamber groups and small chamber ensembles; working and editing within Avid ProTools; an understanding of microphone placement techniques with a focus on accurate concert replication; a knowledge of various microphones and their functions; and set-up and strike of recording equipment.
Applicants are not required to have prior live sound experience but will be expected to learn various roles and functions of setting up for live sound reinforcement and recording. Video production experience is not required but familiarity with the basic functions of DSLR video capture and editing within Adobe Premiere CC is highly encouraged. Housing: Interns will be provided all dining hall meals and housing at no charge on Mary Baldwin University’s campus in Staunton, Virginia.
Compensation is $2,000 for the contracted period. Housing and meals will be provided for the duration of the contract. Employment is contingent upon the signing of a contract by the Multimedia Intern and the Heifetz Institute, as well as passing a background check. The Multimedia Intern will be responsible for their own transportation costs to and from the Institute.
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