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Subject:Multimedia Specialist Job -- OK From:LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Oct 1994 12:00:13 -0500
This job announcement has also been posted to misc.jobs.offered,
and it has been in the _Daily Oklahoman_.
I do not work there, but I know someone who does.
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com
> Newsgroups: misc.jobs.offered
> Subject: Multimedia Specialist - OK
> Date: 20 Oct 1994 17:25:12 -0600
> Keywords: graphics, journalism, broadcasting, production
> The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., a private non-profit
> service, and grant-making organization, is seeking a Multimedia Specialist
> to serve in the Communications Department.
> The Foundation will soon be expanding its commitment to video
> computer animation, and other multimedia presentation strategies. The
> successful applicant will play a major role in developing the Foundation's
> multimedia capabilities to meet its information dissemination needs.
> Responsibilities include multiple phases of conventional and digital video
> production, computer animations, digital video editing and still imaging.
> Qualifications include a BS or BA in communications, broadcasting,
> computer graphics, video journalism, graphic design, photography or related
> field. A minimum of three years experience in video production and editing
> is required as is proficiency with one or more major digital image
> programs. Course work in biological sciences and/or equivalent experience
> biological imaging is a strong plus.
> Salary will be competitive based on qualifications and experience of the
> successful candidate (approximate range $24,000 to $36,000). The Noble
> Foundation provides a comprehensive benefits package including medical,
> retirement and 401(k) plans.
> Applications received by October 31 will receive first consideration;
> position will remain open until filled. Complete appplications, consisting of
> a cover letter, resume, the names and addresses of three references, and a
> returnable work sample, should be sent to Robert Geurin, Personnel Manager,
> Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 2180, Ardmore, Oklahoma
> (Telephone 405-223-5810).
> The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., is an equal opportunity
> Forty-nine years after its inception, the Noble Foundation is one of the
> 50 largest private foundations (in asset value) in the United States. The
> Foundation conducts agricultural and plant biology research, provides
> numerous charitable and educational organizations, and assists farmers and
> ranchers through educational and consultative programs.
> The Foundation is headquartered in Ardmore, Oklahoma, a community of
> located within a 90-minute drive of Dallas, Ft. Worth and Oklahoma City.
> Ardmore community has a low cost of living, abundant nearby outdoor
> opportunities, and a pleasant Sunbelt climate.