Marketing Assets Intern (summer)
Public Broadcasting Service - Arlington, VA

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POSITION: Marketing Assets Intern (SUMMER 2013)
DEPARTMENT: Marketing & Communication Strategy
SALARY: $12.00/hour (undergrads and recents grads) and $15.00/hour (graduate students)
TIME COMMITTMENT : 20-25 hours/week, May 15 – August 15, 2013 (flexible)

INTERNSHIP OBJECTIVE:
Assist Marketing team in organizing and migrating digital files from ad hoc system to more organized taxonomy with metadata

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Carefully migrate over digital files including promos, interstitial pieces, images, print ads, digital banners and other assets to new internal system, myPBS and foundation for planned Digital Asset Management (DAM) system.
Sift through rights reports and associate rights info with ingested assets
Ensure incoming assets are properly entered into the new DAM system; complete missing metadata entries where possible
Report on asset migration progress

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Proficiency with various media platforms including Adobe and Avid products
Thorough, pays close attention to detail
Proactive but cautious when handling master files
Thinks through “big picture” and can understand what that means for smaller pieces
Willing to take direction and work independently

PREFERED EDUCATION/MAJOR/GPA:
Digital Media/Marketing/Communications

OTHER DESIRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/QUALITIES:
Pleasant, cooperative, willing to learn
Interested in PBS and television production
Ability to prioritize tasks as assigned

SKILLS THE INTERN MIGHT GAIN:
Better understanding of how a large company organizes files and assets and the people that rely on these systems
How these systems are built and organized
Experience with CMS, Scheduling, Digital Asset and Rights Management systems

PBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D

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