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Job openings for Summer PROGRAMS 2020

Job openings for Summer Reel Camp for Girls // Filmmaking

Summer Reel Camp for Girls Dates

On Environmental Justice // June 8 - 13, 2020 / Monday - Saturday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

On Reproductive Justice // July 27 - August 1, 2020 / Monday - Saturday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Please note, there will be about 3-5 mandatory planning meetings before each camp.

Job openings for ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy & Summer Reel Camp for Girls // Animation

Summer Reel Camp for Girls @ La Pietra

June 15 - June 19, 2020 / Monday - Friday from 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Please note, there will be about 3-5 mandatory planning meetings before each camp.

ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy

June 29 - July 17, 2020 + Hōʻike / Monday - Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Please note, there will be about 3-5 mandatory planning meetings before the program starts.

PLEASE READ JOB DESCRIPTION BEFORE APPLYING AND SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME HIGHLIGHTING RELEVANT EXPERIENCE + TWO REFERENCES' CONTACT INFO TO VERA@HAWAIIWOMENINFILMMAKING.ORG. MAHALO!

Deadline to apply APRIL 2, 2020 by 4:00 pm

(no late applications accepted).

If selected, interviews will be held the week of april 12 2020. 

Filmmaking Instructor

 

Responsibilities and duties include:

  • Provide filmmaking instruction and support

  • Program planning and curriculum development

  • Co-facilitate programs and support research, planning, production and satisfactory completion of youth public service announcements, documentary films, and other film projects

Minimum Qualifications:​

  • Expertise in video media production, including use of cameras, audio recording, and lighting

  • Experience in working with youth

  • Fluency in Premiere Pro and use of DSLR and/or mirrorless cameras

  • Dedicated to guiding the artistic, academic and professional aspirations of young people

  • Flexible and dependable, capacity to work in fluid, fast paced, youth-centered environment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience

This is a one-time position for the duration of the Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $30.

Filmmaker Mentor

 

Responsibilities and duties include:

  • Assist and support instructor in filmmaking teaching activities

  • Train and assist participants in camera work, editing, music recording and narration to produce short film

  • Supervise filming

  • Responsible for the equipment (proper usage, maintenance and inventory)

  • Carry out any other duties related to the filmmaking instructional activities related to the program.

Minimum Qualifications:​

  • Documentary or narrative filmmaking experience

  • Fluency in editing using Premiere Pro and use of DSLR and/or mirrorless cameras (Canon T7i)

  • Dedicated to guiding the artistic, academic and professional aspirations of young people

  • Flexible, dependable, and able​ to work under pressure

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus.

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film.

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience.

This is a one-time position for the duration of the Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $20.

Social Worker

 

Responsibilities and duties include:

  • Identify participants and staff in need

  • Help participants cope with and solve everyday problems

  • Advocate for and develop plans to improve participants and team members' well-being

  • Research and refer participants and staff to community resources

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work or related field.

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker

  • Demonstrate ability to work with young people aged 13-19, encouraging them, providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential

  • Knowledge of crisis intervention

  • Knowledge of trauma-informed care

  • Commitment to social justice and gender equity

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience

 

This is a one-time position for the duration of the Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $20.

Documentarian

 

Responsibilities and duties include:​

  • Capture programs activities and developments in pictures and short vids

  • Organize and maintain media files

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Access to video equipment, through school or personal means

  • Experience with documenting events 

  • Acute attention to detail

  • Commitment to working with shared leadership and in cross-functional teams

  • Commitment to social justice and gender equity

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience

This is a one-time position for the duration of the Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $20

ANIMATION Instructor

 

Responsibilities and duties include:

  • Provide animation instruction and support on traditional 2D animation and stop motion techniques

  • Program planning and curriculum development

  • Participate in opening and closing protocol*

  • Participation to debriefing sessions with staff at the end of the day*

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree or higher in animation, experimental animation, creative media, or equivalent with at least 5+ years of industry experience.

  • Experience in art education and/or youth development with a working understanding of classroom management and curriculum design for the targeted age range.

  • Experience in Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, and other animation software required

  • Ability to present complex ideas and techniques to a group clearly and concisely, and effectively collaborate with a wide range of contributors with varying skill sets

  • Committed to the presence of youth voice and possesses the skills necessary to activate and lift up the voices of young people

  • Flexible, dependable, and able​ to work under pressure and able to accepting new assignments, helping team members, learning new skills, and striving to improve team and organization results.

  • Must provide a current sample reel of animation work

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus

  • Demonstrate the ability to present complex ideas and techniques to a group clearly and concisely.

  • Working understanding of the tenets of Social Emotional Learning*

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience with youth

This is a one-time position for the duration of the ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy and/or Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $30.

* for ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy position only

ANIMATION Mentor

 

Responsibilities and duties include:

  • Assist and support instructor in animation teaching activities

  • Responsible for the equipment (proper usage, maintenance and inventory)

  • Carry out any other duties related to the instructional activities related to the program

  • Participate in opening and closing protocol*

  • Participation to debriefing sessions with staff at the end of the day*

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in animation, experimental animation, creative media, or equivalent experience

  • Experience in working with youth

  • Experience in Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, and other animation software required

  • Ability to effectively collaborate with a wide range of contributors with varying skill sets

  • Flexible, dependable, and able​ to work under pressure and able to accepting new assignments, helping team members, learning new skills, and striving to improve team and organization results.

  • Must provide a current sample reel of animation work

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of cultures, history, and languages of Hawaiʻi's and underserved populations a plus

  • Working understanding of the tenets of Social Emotional Learning*

  • Demonstrated interest in feminism and film

  • Community organizing and advocacy experience

This is a one-time position for the duration of the ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy and/or Reel Camp for Girls. Hourly rate is $30.

* for ʻŌlino Arts Animation Academy position only

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