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Multimedia Instruction Coordinator
Continually acquires new knowledge and updates skills to enhance professional performance
in all areas of responsibility. Keeps abreast of developments, trends and issues in new media
and libraries. Monitors trends and maintains currency in emerging issues within areas of
expertise. Regularly contributes to the profession through writing for publication or active
involvement in professional associations at the national or regional level.
E. Dimensions:
Number of Persons
Direct: 0 Indirect: 0
Number of Students
Direct: 15-20 Indirect: 0
Impact: Describe who/what could be positively or negatively affected by this position potential impact of errors
and decisions.
This position plays a key role in meeting the teaching and learning needs of Georgetown University faculty,
students, and staff
Errors or ineffectiveness in this position will result in dissatisfaction among faculty and students a negative
image of the Library and its services a poorly trained student assistant staff, who would provide substandard
service at the Gelardin service desk and a negative impression of the department, the Library, and its
services among faculty, students, staff, and the general public.
Interactions: Give example(s) of type of interactions
This position:
Interacts with students, faculty and staff on a daily basis.
Communicates regularly with several Library departments.
Works with staff in Georgetown University’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship
(CNDLS), University Information Services and other Georgetown University information technology
May coordinate with vendors for the availability, acquisition, warranty and/or repair of hardware and
software to meet the needs of the University.
F. Minimum Qualifications:
Academic Level: High School College Bachelor’s Master’s Doctorate
Degree Program (list): Do you care what major?
Practical Experience (years needed and type required):
Bachelor's degree required, Masters degree or equivalent experience desired, preferably with an emphasis
in instructional design and technology. Experience in supporting teaching and scholarship at the college
level. Demonstrable knowledge of instructional design theory and successful application of theory to
practice. Expertise in designing and producing multi-media learning environments and instructional
Minimum of 2 years experience working in a service environment, preferably providing technical support and
2 years of teaching experience.
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certification:
Strong technical abilities enabling the implementation of the above requirements. Demonstrated knowledge
of video editing programs Final Cut Pro and iMovie audio editing programs GarageBand and Soundtrack
entire Adobe Creative Suite, and spreadsheet software. Significant experience with scanning programs,
social media tools, and presentation software also required.
Other Skills: Ability to adjust to periods of increased workflow and varying responsibilities flexibility ability to
work as part of a team in a complex, changing environment ability to be diplomatic and negotiate disputes
some supervisory experience desirable. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and be
able to establish good rapport with faculty, administrators, and students.
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