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Graduate Teaching Assistant: OIT Communications and Creative Services: Webcasting

This Graduate Teaching Assistantship, which is a twelve-month, half-time appointment, carries a stipend and a waiver of tuition and maintenance fees, including the summer session. A half-time Graduate Teaching Assistant works 20 hours per week.  

The Graduate Teaching Assistant provides technology support to the OIT staff, faculty, and students. Duties may include several of the following: 

  • An interest in audio and video, live event presentations, or related entertainment fields
  • Consult with clients (faculty, staff or students) about AV capabilities and best practices on location
  • On-location troubleshooting
  • Recording lectures
  • Audio/video equipment operation (cameras, microphones, mixers, video switcher)
  • Editing videos, video production
  • Teaching technology workshops under the guidance of a trainer
  • Ability to work nights and weekends 
  • Other duties as assigned


We are looking for candidates who have experience in several of these areas:  

  • Video production experience
  • MS Office Excel 
  • Development of media-rich presentations, screencasts, video and audio 
  • Computer technology training  

The ideal candidate must possess good communication, organizational, and customer service skills; ability to work efficiently within tight deadlines; and aptitude to quickly learn and apply new technology skills.  


To apply, please email Mike Wiseman at with your resume and a cover letter. In the email subject line, type “OIT Job Inquiry – Graduate Teaching Assistant-Webcasting.