Job Openings & Internships

Arlington Independent Media builds our community by bringing independent voices together to exchange ideas, opinions, and artistic expressions. By providing comprehensive basic training, master-level advanced instruction, a fully equipped digital production facility, content-rich website and channels delivered to every Arlington cable subscriber, and a community center local radio station, we make people into producers—not just consumers—of media. 

 

AIM is currently hiring two full-time and two part-time/temporary roles. All positions will remain open until filled. However, we’re hoping to have candidates onboarded by May 1st, so we advise applicants to submit their materials as soon as possible.

 

 

Manager of Video, Multimedia, and Technology 

 

The Manager of Video, Multimedia, and Technology maintains the organization’s video production, distribution and IT technology; organizes and oversees the public’s usage of production equipment and facilities; manages AIM’s commercial production services; and produces audio and video content for the organization. The right candidate will be an excellent production technician and communicator; and must possess a strong desire and ability to show initiative, meet deadlines, and manage multiple projects.

  

Find the position announcement and application information here: PDF icon Job Description - Manager of Video Multimedia and Technology.pdf

 

 

Radio Station Manager

 

The Radio Station Manager maintains the organization’s LPFM station, programs all station content via the ENCO DAD automation system, works closely with the station’s volunteer producers to ensure proper training, and provides technical assistance in the live radio booth and recording studio. The ideal candidate is a collaborative, driven, people-person who thrives in hands-on teaching and training environments. 

 

Though the radio station manager is first responsible for the technical maintenance of a 24-hour radio schedule, ensuring live productions, pre-recorded programs and music rotations flow seamlessly throughout the day, a successful manager is truly a volunteer coordinator who understands the unique relationship between a community media center and the volunteer producers who are eager to learn and produce at a variety of skill-levels.

 

Find the position announcement and application information here: PDF icon Station Manager - Job Description.pdf

 

 

Summer Media Camp Lead Instructor (temporary position)

 

AIM is looking for a creative and energetic educator with a passion for media to help us develop and teach our refreshed slate of media summer camps for kids ages 10-14. The position will be a part-time consult (~5 hours/wk) during the Spring curriculum development phase, then transition into a role as the full-time lead camp instructor during our 6-week summer session (July 11th-August 19th, 2022). The right candidate will have a love for creating multimedia (YouTube videos, social media, podcasts) and experience working with middle school-aged kids. They'll also have flexibility, humor, patience, and killer classroom management skills. 

 

Find the position announcement and application information here: PDF icon Summer Camp Lead Instructor Job Announcement (temporary).pdf

 

 

Open Call for Course Instructors

 

In addition to the positions posted above, AIM is generally looking to widen its pool of course instructors. If you’re a media professional in the DMV with experience teaching television or radio production, digital video production/editing, podcasting, film, documentary, journalism, or social media, we’d love to hear from you about courses and workshops you’d like to teach. Reach out to kristen@arlingtonmedia.org for more info.