Full-Time Film/Video and Broadcast Production Teacher
La Salle High School is seeking a talented and dynamic educator to teach Film/Video and Broadcast Production in the Department of Arts and Media.
- Bachelor’s degree in communication technologies, mass communications, video/film technology, broadcast journalism, or related field;
- Ability to work collaboratively to promote student learning;
- Skilled in usage of TriCaster and Broadcasting technologies, Final Cut X, Premier, Adobe Suite.
- Master’s Degree in Education and/or teaching credential;
- Experience in video, multimedia support of communication, and instruction;
- Understands and has experience monitoring and using social media as a learning tool;
- Experience working in a project based learning environment;
- Experience working with high school students;
- Experience as a high school classroom teacher;
- Experience with web-based learning, SmartBoards and 1:1 (e.g.iPads) classroom settings;
- Proficiency or desire to become proficient in use of following technology platforms:,Adobe After Effects, 3D CAD, AutoDesk products and Animation and Game design software (Blender, Poser, Maya, Mudbox).
- Basic Mac trouble shooting skills
- Experience in a Catholic high school setting.
MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
The Film/Video and Broadcast Production teacher provides project-based learning experiences to high school students. Participants develop creative, technical, and communication skills as they produce documentary and dramatic videos, public service announcements, sports telecasts, and other media projects. The educator develops and implements media production programming, beginner level to advanced level, as well as teaching and instructing students on media production. Attention is given to students developing college ready portfolios.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
- Provides learning experiences in Video/TV/Film/Broadcasting, guided by the National Core Art Standards and California Career and Technical Education Frameworks, while creating an environment that is conducive to student learning and involvement. Monitors students’ understanding of the curriculum effectively and adjusts instruction, materials, or assessments when appropriate;
- Teaches the skills, knowledge, and techniques needed to produce documentary and dramatic works, public service announcements, sports telecasts, and other media projects;
- Evaluates, works with innovative approaches, and refines instructional strategies, including media literacy and the effective use of technologies available to teachers, to increase student learning, involvement, and confidence to learn.
- Demonstrates appreciation for and sensitivity to the diversity among individuals ensuring equitable opportunities for student learning;
- Maintains and improves professional competence through attendance at professional development events, and by self-generated activities that meet well defined expectations:
- Works collaboratively with existing film faculty and Department Chair to ensure proper pacing and assessment goals;
- Shares responsibility for accomplishing the goals and priorities of La Salle High School and the Department of Arts and Media. Attends all faculty and committee meetings as required.
Additional duties may include:
- Sound and video set ups for school functions;
- Installations and operations of multi media equipment at school functions as requested by the principal.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. Employee is also required to talk, hear, stand, and walk. The employee may be required to use hands to finger, handle, feel, and/or reach. Employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
La Salle High School has preference for employment of faculty and staff who share its core values of being compassionate, collaborative, enthusiastic, and humble.
La Salle High School offers a competitive salary and benefits. Position begins
Founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1956, La Salle High School of Pasadena, CA is the only Catholic co-educational high school in the northern San Gabriel Valley. The school curriculum is college preparatory as 99% of the graduates matriculate to higher education. Our current enrollment of 700 students represents a diverse population reflective of our surrounding communities. We offer a full range of co-curricular and athletic opportunities for our student body. For more information, please visit our website at www.lasallehs.org
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