Paul Grabowicz, head of new media at the UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, forwards these job listings. Good money for 9 months work a year:
Multimedia Fellow (2), UCB Graduate School of Journalism:
The University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism seeks two experienced journalists with extensive multimedia skills to help coordinate a new School-based research and educational project to develop digital news and information sites for under-served communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Fellows will work with Journalism School faculty to oversee the creation and management of the sites, collaborate with researchers from the Information School, Business School and other campus departments to assess the sites’ performance and viability, and train students in core journalism and multimedia classes at the graduate level.
A BA degree at minimum is required, along with proficiency in the use of multimedia equipment such as digital video cameras, digital audio recorders and digital photo cameras, and multimedia software applications such as Flash, Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro and Photoshop.
Teaching experience is desirable. At least three years experience as a practicing journalist is strongly preferred.
Salary: $80,000 a year for a 9-month teaching and research appointment, with year-round benefits. Possibility of summer employment opportunities at the School. This is a two-year appointment, beginning August 1, 2008, with the possibility of longer term renewal. The positions will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed upon their receipt.
Please send applications to Sage Dilts, Dean’s assistant, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, 121 North Gate Hall, Berkeley, Ca. 94720, email@example.com
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The School is committed to diversity as a professional and educational ideal.