IT Specialist – Media Services

IT Specialist – Media Services    OBJECTIVE:     Provide a variety of professional media services including facilitating publication of BBNA’s annual report, producing digital newsletters, website management, media assistance to staff, managing digital forms and signature platforms, and developing opportunities for BBNA’s public presence.   Functions as a member of BBNA’s IT team and, as such, will occasionally assist with projects and related maintenance to hardware/software for continued operations.       QUALIFICATIONS:  Job qualifications are stated below as Essential Job Results.  Candidates must demonstrate their ability to accomplish these results.   Education/Experience:  Education or experience in a field that includes training with media equipment, such as computers, software, cameras, recording devices and multiple fields of communication. Competence in graphic design, and desktop tools used in print and electronic publishing.  Web design skills.  Ability to modify, update, and maintain PDF-based forms, web forms, and web form approvals.  Ability to assist staff in troubleshooting issues relating to forms and documents.  Important characteristics include:  Writing & grammar skills.  Creativity and enjoyment of finding material which will engage reader interest.  Self-starter, versatility, enjoys collaboration and communicates well with others, ability to work with a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, creativity, and a strong interest in the developing field of information technology.  Ability to work under deadlines is a must.  Preferred: Familiarity with Bristol Bay area, people, cultures, economy, and natural resources.   Familiarity with BBNA’s operations and with current Alaska Native issues.   Willing and able to travel within region and state.  Experience with photography, Adobe Sign, DocuSign, or other digital forms and approval platforms. Understanding of Jira or other request tracking and ticketing systems.  Demonstrated ability in reporting, writing, and editing.  Complete achievement of certain of the above specifications may not be required if, in the opinion of BBNA a particular candidate possesses significant offsetting characteristics, such as past accomplishments, experience, education, or estimate of future potential. To Apply: Provide a cover letter to demonstrate your interest in this position and understanding of the job. Include a resume along with a fully completed employment application. WAGE: $24.06 – $31.72/hr. 46,917.00 – 61.854.00 /yr. REPORTS TO: Network Administrator DUTY STATION: Central Office CLOSES: Open Until Filled

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