Are you sharp and resourceful? We are looking for a bright self-starter to help run our audio, visual production. The ideal candidate embraces challenges, is coachable, curious and open to grow. Positive attitude is a must!
This is a paid internship, which is perfectly suited for a recent college graduate, or someone who is currently pursuing a degree in marketing, production, film, communications, non-profit or other. Experience with final-cut, quicktime, wirecast, as well as live event production is a plus!
Ability to Create and Maintain Systems, Attention to Detail, Organization, Excellent Verbal and Written Communication Skills.
Preferred Skills: Working Knowledge of final-cut, premier and A/V production. Project Management.
Perks: As an integral part of our team, we will provide coaching and training so you will take away valuable skills and connections from this hands-on experience. You will learn to communicate more effectively, run a program, and strategically grow a non-profit organization. This internship also offers you the opportunity to connect with a huge network of Chicago-area professionals.
This individual will be responsible for production, organization, filing, downloading, and editing of all company media, including audio files and video files. Must be able to run a sound board, operate web and telecasts, troubleshoot AV problems quickly and effectively, and serve as a one-person production crew as well as training and supervising volunteers for speaking engagements and trainings. Daily duties include audio and video recording for seminars and trainings, downloading audio from MP3 to servers and posting to web, capturing video from digital tape, editing and organizing on
server, daily check-in and out of all AV equipment, and impeccable maintenance of all AV equipment and systems.
Must be a fast learner, multi-tasker, very organized, willing to work nights and weekends, and comfortable on both Mac and PC platforms. Bachelor's or associate's degree required.
This position is 29 hours a week. Hours are flexible.
Who we are:
The Wright Foundation (www.wrightliving.com) is a mission-based non-profit organization dedicated to learning, growing and the realization of human potential. We are an applied psychology training and leadership organization that offers trainings, events, and programs dedicated to bringing out the best in the individual.
Wright is a high-velocity, high-learning environment. Employees have many opportunities for professional growth and learning. We are looking for a team player who is ready to put time, energy, and dedication into their work. You will be working in our office in Streeterville, Chicago.
How To Apply
HOW TO APPLY: NO APPLICATION WILL BE REVIEWED WITHOUT TESTING.
We require all the materials included in the assessment system described here and will be happy to discuss your qualifications further once you have completed this phase. In an effort to set up prospective employees to succeed in our fast-paced environment, we ask that you complete three tests: one aptitude test (language, math, and logic), one personality test, and a very brief typing test. The system also asks that you upload a resume. You will need a quiet computer workstation with internet access, a pen, and some scratch paper. Some assessments are timed, so make sure you have arranged to
be distraction-free. You will need approximately 45 minutes to complete the tests, which must be done in one sitting. When you are ready, please visit:
You will be given instructions to create your profile and begin the testing.