Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Live/Events Video Production Assistant, Marketing Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Samuel Barrozo

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

The Los Angeles Film School/ Hybrid

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

The Live/Events Video Production Work Study Assistant position will report to the Livestream Event/Specialist and work hands-on with a wide range of video productions with an emphasis on live-streaming and Virtual Events. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in camera operating along with content creation, media platforms/formats, signal flow, and pre-production organization.

Applicant must be able to take direction and collaborate in a fast-paced work environment. We are looking for students who have a passion for live/video production and are eager to support every event that happens at The Los Angeles Film School.

This Work Study Position is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience for students gearing towards the industry and should prep them accordingly once they enter the workforce.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

• Assisting creation of graphic/video assets to be used during specific productions
• Help organize video content archives, both physical and digital.
• Take inventory of equipment while keeping it organized in its specific orientation for quick accessibility by the rest of the team.
• Conduct equipment/program tests and shoots in preparation for upcoming events and offload footage for review.
• Execute live video production assignments given by the manager during the event.
• Retrieve and submit proper forms of talent or subjects of productions for legal.
• Participate in production rehearsals in given capacity.
• Work as a liaison between proper departments to ensure a successful shoot.
• Setup/Breakdown equipment before and after productions in a neat and organized manner to be returned to storage.
• Will require some evening and weekend availability.

General qualifications for the position:

• Comfortable around video and audio equipment, specifically camera operating.
• Knowledge of Zoom, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, and Photoshop a plus.
• Strong communication and customer service skills (Will be public/talent fronting)
• Can be from any program as long as they have knowledge or experience finessing with video equipment/program.
• Collaborative and able to able to work with a team in a positive work environment.
• Creative, analytical thinker and a fast learner. Will need to be comfortable in a fast-paced work environment.
• Results-oriented, self-motivated, and always looking to improve.
• Comfort managing multiple projects; extremely organized and detail-oriented.
• Computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (Apple Keynote is a plus).
• MUST HAVE COMPLETED FAFSA AND BE Work-Study APPROVED BY FINANCIAL AID Work-Study Coordinator.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Samuel Barrozo at sbarrozo@lafilm.edu.

EB Peer Tutor Work Study, Entertainment Business Department

EB Peer Tutor Work Study, Entertainment Business Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

EB Work Study – Peer Tutor

Name of Supervisor(s):

Jessica Young
Mac Torluccio

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

The Los Angeles Film School, B2, 5th Floor

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

Entertainment Business Peer Tutor will support students with Entertainment Business courses through tutoring services.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

• Support Entertainment Business students with tutoring services


• Act as an informed resource for all Entertainment Business students regarding matters related to the tutoring subject.


• Administrative duties associated with the position include, but are not limited to: assisting Entertainment Business Program Director’s with Orientation or other EB events.

General qualifications for the position:

• Completion of at least 4 terms

• Completion of the targeted academic subject with an A grade

• Excellent communication skills

• Ability to work effectively with diverse populations of students, faculty, and staff.

• Capacity for discretion, diplomacy and confidentiality.

• Demonstrated record of reliability, maturity and academic excellence.

• Maintain a GPA of 3.0, remain in good standing at LAFS, and have a clear judicial history.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Jessica Young at jyoung@lafilm.edu.

Graphic Design Work Study, Events/Marketing Department

Graphic Design Work Study, Events/Marketing Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Graphic Design Work Study, Events/Marketing Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Cecilia Berry
Shanda Pierce
Whitney Brade

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

Student must be located in California or Florida.

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

About the Role:
As a graphic design work study student, you will assist in designing emails, digital marketing materials, and content that promotes various upcoming events including but not limited to:
• Panels
• Virtual streaming events
• LA Film School Graduation
• Misc. school events

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

What you’ll do:
• Elevate and assist in evolving the LAFS events brand across multiple platforms including digital and print
• Create materials that are within the LAFS branding guidelines
• Create email assets for the events and graduation teams or related departments
• Maintain brand consistency throughout all projects
• Maintain regular communication and provide timely status updates to the appropriate stakeholders (including but not limited to the LAFS events and creative teams)

What you’ll bring:
• A portfolio demonstrating visual design
• Faculty recommendation
• Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
• Understanding of creative design, layout and attention to detail
• Experience with Adobe XD is a plus
• Video editing experience is a plus
• Ability to communicate and work effectively with other designers, developers, and other team members

General qualifications for the position:

The ideal candidate for this position must be able to handle tight deadlines and manage multiple projects at any given time. You will work within a team environment that is heavily focused on collaboration to stay on target with strategy and quality standards. Please be sure to include samples of your work along with your resume.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Cecilia Berry at cberry@lafilm.edu.

Video Editor/Camera Operator, LARS

Video Editor/Camera Operator, LARS

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Video Editor/Camera Operator, LARS

Name of Supervisor(s):

Robert Delgadillo
Ambrus Deak
Albert Matta
Jordan Jannone

Direct report to Jordan Jannone

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

LARS and LAFS for video shoots and room 222 in LARS for video editing and pre/post production.

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

Role of the position within the organization is to assist with educational and instructional videos for online and campus audio and music programs. With the launch of the online Audio Program we are creating new courses each month with an emphasis on video as well as updating the campus programs with additional video content. Our internal video production team is in need of an additional team member.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

Duties and responsibilities include:
Assist the associate program manager with video production as a camera operator and help with general production needs that include lighting, studio/location bookings, running the teleprompter, and production management needs. In addition, assist with video editing and maintaining our B-roll video library. Other duties include syncing audio to picture, graphics/titles, some photoshop work, and helping maintain our in-house cameras, lighting, and production gear.

Visual Effects/Motion Graphics/After Effects are a bonus, but not required.

Additional help with various projects as needed.

General qualifications for the position:

Film or related major with video production and editing experience is required. Familiar with 4K video, Sony A7III cameras, prime lenses, lighting for single and multi-camera shoots, interviews with three-point lighting, running a teleprompter, Adobe Premier Pro editing, basic Adobe Photoshop and basic or advanced graphic design skills, and naming and uploading clips for streaming and/or download. Any Visual Effects/Motion Graphics/After Effects skills are a bonus but are not required.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Jordan Jannone at jjannone@lafilm.edu.

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Yacine Ndao
April Hong

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

Student Advising

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

Extra-curricular activities support

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

• Assist with planning and execution of Student Advising activities (The Critical Thinkers Society, Multicultural Celebration, etc.)
• Create fun and educational activities in line with Student Advising’s mission.
• Act as an informed resource for all students regarding matters related to extra-curricular activities.
• Collaborate with staff, faculty, and students when required
• Attend all events hosted by Student Advising
• Assist with administrative duties associated with event planning and organizing program materials

General qualifications for the position:

• Completion of at least 4 terms in one of our degree programs
• Excellent communication, organization, and leadership skills
• Demonstrated record of reliability, creativity, and leadership
• Capacity to lead discussions, team activities, and effectively interact with diverse populations
• Maintain a GPA of 2.5, remain in good standing, and have a clear judicial history.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Yacine Ndao at yndao@lafilm.edu.

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Jackie Otero
Charles Kanganis

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

B2 6th floor
Remote

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

To assist the ground and online education directors and their team.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

Create excels, word docs, powerpoints. take notes, review LMS and test assignments, check-in students just to name a few.

General qualifications for the position:

Computer skills, personable, friendly, positive, nurturing, willingness to learn, take direction, work independently under supervision.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Charles Kanganis at ckanganis@lafilm.edu.

Online Peer Tutor, Digital Filmmaking Department

Online Peer Tutor, Digital Filmmaking Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Online Peer Tutor, Digital Filmmaking Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Jackie Otero, Jon Artigo, Christa Luzynski

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

Remotely

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

Peer tutors support fellow students through one-on-one and group tutoring services delivered through online methods.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

Peer Tutors support fellow students through online tutoring services. They help clarify course lessons, projects, and course content and promote strong study skills. Tutors conduct regularly scheduled one-on-one and group tutoring sessions throughout the term as needed. Peer Tutors do not provide answers to quizzes or assignments, but work with students to model problem solving strategies and explain course-specific concepts in compliance with university academic honesty standards.

General qualifications for the position:

Peer Tutors must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and have successfully completed at least 8 months of online classes. They must also be based in CA or FL, work 5-20 hours per week, and have strong study skills and command of remote tools like Zoom and Discord. Peer Tutors for this position must be enrolled in the Digital Filmmaking program or hold a previous degree in a related field.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Jackie at jotero@lafilm.edu.

Events Team 1 member, Events/Marketing Department

Events Team 1 member, Events/Marketing Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Events Team 1 member, Events/Marketing Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Cecilia Berry
Shanda Pierce

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

In accordance with CDC guidelines, this position is currently a hybrid role/both remote and on campus.

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

The events team 1 member should have an upbeat, positive, outgoing individual helping the events team. Duties will include but are not limited to: coordinating logistics leading up to the event with outside vendors and internal staff, data entry, planning & execution of events, and day-to-day support to the Events department. Must be dependable with respect to attendance and punctuality, reliable, detail-oriented, able to multi-task, high energy, and must possess strong technology skills with standard software. This position is expected to wear many hats in order to support the events coordination department and help the company achieve its retention goals. Excellent communication and listening skills are a must. Must also be a team player with a positive attitude and desire to make a difference.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

– Flexibility in schedule (including 1 Saturday of the month for Virtual All-Access-Studio Tour)
– Help with greeting guests, virtual check-ins, and assisting with live streamed student orientation/appreciation events
– Assistance running/coordination of virtual evening panels and/or other evening events
– Administrative & secretarial support to the events department including but not limited to:
• Updating png/pdf graduation invitations
• Researching vendors for graduation cap & gowns
• Maintaining list of past graduation speakers
• Create slide presentation for monthly events on 6363 TV/Dell Garden Monitors which highlights Black History, Hispanic History Month, LGBTQ+ month Women’s History Month and more
• Update, log and track event numbers on Important guests spreadsheet
• Research and update alumni/graduate work in the industry
• Communicating with student store customers
– Data entry, faxing, and filing
– Must have reliable transportation and reliable internet/wifi-connection
– Maintain existing systems
– Coordinate schedules & help prepare other presentations

General qualifications for the position:

– Must be well organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills
– Must be able to efficiently handle multiple projects with competing deadlines
– PC computer skills are a must – including Microsoft Word and Excel
– Other program or computer tech skills a plus (zoom, youtube, facebook)
– Must take pride in providing high quality, detailed work

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Shanda at spierce@lafilm.edu.

Videographer/Video Editor, Community Literature Initiative

Videographer/Video Editor, Community Literature Initiative

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS on ground with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Administrative Assistant, Community Literature Initiative (Off-Campus)

Name of Supervisor(s):

Hiram Sims
Monica Varney

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

Hybrid: 10 hours/week. 5 hours weekly onsite at The Sims Library of Poetry (2702 W. Florence Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043) and 5 hours working remotely use of your own DSLR camera is preferred.

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

The Community Literature Initiative (CLI) is seeking a Videographer and Video
Editor to be part of the team that creates content to promote our organization
and poetry community on social media. In this role, you will be responsible for
operating the camera and editing videos on a weekly basis. You will, in
partnership with the Marketing team, play a key role in ensuring all aspects of the
video creation are of the highest quality.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

● Visit Sims Library of Poetry to film videos in person on a weekly basis
● Edit videos and audio content
● Organize video shoots and communicate with all parties involved
● Collaborate and share files with Marketing team

General qualifications for the position:

● Experience with filming and video editing
● Ability to coordinate with others to organize a video shoot
● Some experience working with audio a plus!
● A team player who is organized and responsive

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.