DIGITAL MEDIA LAB SPECIALIST - Search Extended - posted 6/14/22
      We are seeking a creative, service- oriented individual with an interest in technology to help staff our Digital Media Lab in its new location in our renovated main library, scheduled to reopen this fall.

The DML Specialist monitors, instructs and provides technical support to patrons utilizing digital media equipment, hardware, software, printers, mobile devices and other technologies to learn, create and collaborate in a community maker space environment. Specific duties include:

Greeting visitors and assigning work stations
Acquiring and maintaining knowledge of the equipment and products available in the Lab
Assisting patrons with audio/video production equipment, photo editing software, creation software, 3-D printers and other technology by providing help sheets, manuals and instruction
Creating and/or facilitating classes, workshops, activities and programs related to the technology offered in the DML
Performing routine maintenance (cleaning screens, adding paper to printers, etc.) on Lab equipment
Troubleshooting minor technical problems/malfunctions, reporting major issues to the IT Department
Contributing to daily record keeping and usage statistics
•Maintaining an inviting atmosphere in the Lab

This position requires at least one year of related experience, preferably in a public service environment; demonstrated proficiency with and experience in assisting others with technology; excellent English communication skills; a strong customer service focus; and a willingness to learn and adapt to new technologies and processes. Experience with audio and video production software (such as Audacity, Garage Band, Final Cut) and the Adobe Create Cloud Suite is desired. A technology-related bachelor's degree is preferred, but consideration will be given to college students pursuing a relevant degree at a local university (IUPUI, Butler, etc.) who are available to work year round. Candidates must be available to work a varied schedule including day and evening hours and rotating weekends, but we will attempt to accommodate a class schedule when possible.

The physical requirements of this position include the ability to accurately read numbers and letters in both print and on screen; the ability to effectively communicate with others in person, via telephone, and through email; manual dexterity; and the ability to lift and move computers, printers, copiers and other equipment.

Starting annual salary is $35,963 - $42,785 per year, commensurate with experience. Our generous benefit package includes paid health, life, dental and disability insurance; retirement contributions to the Indiana Public Employees Retirement Fund (PERF); and paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and personal leave.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest and resume or application to Cindy Wenz (

The above information describes the general nature and level of work performed by the person assigned to the position. The job description does not state or imply that the above duties and responsibilities are the only ones assigned to this job. Employees who hold this job will be required to perform these and other job-related duties as requested by their supervisor. Requirements may be modified to reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with a disability.

CCPL is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination or harassment regardless of heritage, citizenship, education, race, socioeconomic and housing status, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, abilities, political affiliations, familial status, or military/veteran status.

Closes when filled

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