EnterpriseWorks Multimedia Intern - Fall 2018

Category: 
Internships
Status: 
Internship
Post Date:  
10/23/2018
Contact Email: 
Description: 
Who we are 
 
Research Park is a technology hub for corporate operations focusing on innovative, cutting edge research and development. EnterpriseWorks is an award-winning incubator at the Research Park that focuses on science and research-based start-up companies commercializing technology from the University of Illinois. We have a multifaceted team of professionals and interns dedicated to helping our startups and corporations thrive in the Research Park.  
 
Multimedia Internship 
Do you enjoy telling stories through video and pictures? Do you get excited about being able to creatively document an event and show your work off to others? The Multimedia Intern will demonstrate their multimedia capabilities along with their teamwork and project management skills by working on meaningful, high-impact projects. This internship will allow you to fine-tune and develop your videography and photography skills in a professional environment. Interns will collaborate and coordinate with Research Park leadership and the EnterpriseWorks intern team. 
 
This position will begin at the start of the Fall semester at a minimum of 10 hours per week. 
 
What You’ll Do 
As a Multimedia Intern, you will be responsible for capturing professional quality photos and videos of in-house events, as well as editing and recapping them to promote Research Park and EnterpriseWorks. You will also be assigned projects (promotional videos/photoshoots, etc) for start-ups in the EnterpriseWorks incubator. You and a team of interns will meet with the client to discuss the project timeline and expectations. You will be responsible for determining techniques to utilize for completion of the project. A storytelling mindset would be valuable for an intern in this position to use as a frame of reference when editing footage. It is important to coordinate effectively with EnterpriseWorks staff and clients to execute all projects to their highest potential. 
 
Requirements 
  • Applicants must be available to work 10-20 per week this Fall 2018 
  • At the time of employment, you must be a full-time enrolled student at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 
  • Graduation date must be December 2019 or after 
  • Ability to maintain clear communications with management on project status 
  • Strong photography and videography skills 
  • Strong proficiency with video editing software, Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, etc.) 
  • Experience using a DSLR camera and camcorder 
  • Strong project management skills 
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills 
  • Ability to quickly solve new design problems 
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environments and balance multiple projects 
  • Ability to work on short deadlines 
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite including Word and Excel 
Nice to Have: 
  • Ability to work in presentation software such as PowerPoint 
  • Experience with recording, editing videos for RSO’s/ class project 
 
To apply, submit your application here: http://go.researchpark.illinois.edu/MultimediaApp 
 
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, we are looking to fill this position as soon as possible. 
 
Compensation: Hourly wage will be $12.00/hour and will be paid by the University of Illinois. 
 
Reporting: Position reports to the Associate Director. 
 
Timing: This internship will begin as soon as possible and the intern is expected to work approximately 10-20 hours per week during the academic year. Pending successful performance reviews, the internship can continue through multiple semesters including a full-time internship during the summer.  
 
Promotion potential: Commitment to polished deliverables and demonstration of strong leadership skills can lead to a promotion to a Senior Multimedia Intern position.  
 
For more information, please visit www.researchpark.illinois.edu. For questions, please email Jenny Kim at jskim3@illinois.edu and Emily Orden at orden2@illinois.edu