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DATE JULY 20, 2003 - Vol 2. No. 29
Up Front Sunday Morning:
It was nice to open the paper this morning and see several jobs listed in the Eugene area that will be of interest to readers. About time, I say.
Please let me know if you change your e-mail address. Students who graduate usually loose their student account one term after they leave an institution. Please keep me informed of e-mail address changes.
A call for entries in the 30th Northwest Film and Video Festival has been made. A juried survey of new moving image arts by independent Northwest film and videomakers, the Festival draws over 300 entries in all genres each year and is judged by a prominent filmmaker, curator or critic. Now in it's 30th year, the Festival provides a forum where outstanding independent work receives public recognition, critical appraisal and an engaged and enthusiastic regional audience. Generally, 30-45 shorts, features and documentaries are screened during the Festival, then 10-15 shorts are selected for the Best of the Northwest Tour program which travels the following year throughout the Northwest to media arts centers, museums, arts councils and universities. The deadline is August 1st.
Another call for video and film has been made by the New York festivals. The deadline for entries in September 15.
I like to point out articles that discuss the multimedia planning and development process and how important pre-planning is to the creation of a successful product. The Coffee Shop is an article in the current Producer Magazine that examines the development of a mini-kiosk that puts grocery shoppers in touch with the Starbucks brand.The store shelf has become a battlefield of competing coffees. Starbucks decided to use a small interactive display nestled on the shelf that will help customers learn more about their products. The article follows the design and production of the video and interactive content.
Nominate yourself, a client or a peer for AV Video Multimedia Producer 's annual competition, the Top Producers. They arelooking for the best and brightest creators of business media for training, presentation, education, and sales and marketing applications. Enter now! The deadline is July 28, 2003. Entry form available on line.
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DID YOU KNOW? Facts about Oregon Media Personalities
According to a Eugene Register Guard article, "Change Up," a baseball documentary by Loren Mendell and Eugene filmmaker Tiller Russell, is one of 80 to be screened during the fifth annual da Vinci Film & Video Festival, being held July 18-20 in Corvallis.
From the Dominican Republic come two teenage baseball players,best friends, competing against each other to live the American dream. One will get signed by a pro team for close to a million dollars, the other may never leave the Dominican Republic. This is their story. The 45 minute documentary will remind many of the classic basketball film, Hoop Dreams.
While researching the Dodger’s Dominican Republic baseball academy earlier this year, filmmakers from Hollywood’s Angry Young Ranch production company stumbled upon Alex Sosa, 18 and Pepey Rodriguez, 16, pitchers who had dropped out of high school to pursue careers in baseball. The movie, shot primarily in Santo Domingo, follows the two teens-both of whom throw better than 90 mph-through the ups and downs of their auditions for scouts, and it culminates in the player’s signing with big league clubs. Much like Hoop Dreams, the film portrays the heavy burden placed on the boys whose families are counting on them to strike it rich.
Tiller Russell worked as a crime reporter in the San Francisco bay area and traveled extensively through Latin America before earning a Master's degree from USC film school. Prior to that, Tiller earned a B.A. from Cornell University.
Founded in 2001 by Loren Mendell and Tiller Russell, Angry Young Ranch, LLC is dedicated to making hard-hitting films about socially relevant themes. The pair’s first project, Cockfight, was an award-winning documentary about the bloody and controversial world of underground rooster fighting. They've gone on to produce projects in Japan, the Dominican Republic and the United States. Change Up is the most recent film from Angry Young Ranch and the first episode of Prospects, a reality-sports series about young athletes.
Compiled and edited from newspaper and web sources.
DISCUSSION:It's The Story That Keeps Your Audience's Attention
Many begin their careers in media thinking that it is the technology and special effects that make a web site, CD ROM, video, film, or other media product effective. These are indeed important design elements. But it is the telling of a good story that attracts and holds an audience. It is a story that contributes to making your commercial, web site or any other media effort a success.
You might not realize that you are involved in telling stories because your clients are business, service, or education oriented. But every agency has a story to tell and in the telling you attract an audience to the services and products your client hopes to market.
People have used story telling for centuries for the transmission of ideas and the conveying of values. From the visual cave paintings of Lascaux to the earliest forms of print and now digital media, humans have used the tools of the day to communicate.
What is a story? People probably can't agree on a definitive answer that covers all possibilities of storytelling. But cognitive research suggests that the brain functions best when it recognizes familiar patterns and relationships. Stories provide such stimulation.
We often recall a story much better than specific facts and figures. Actually, stories can often be used to facilitate remembering more complex data.
Advertisers have become the storytellers of our time. The family oriented image of McDonalds is carefully crafted using a story about a dad who brings the kids to enjoy family fun together at McDonalds. Or Nike tells stories about athletic endeavors facilitated by their shoes, apparel, or equipment. Some stories are traditionally linear. Others may take different forms.
The journalist's traditional question of who, what, where, when, and why provide based components for some familiar story lines. Elaboration on these basic elements embellish a story and facilitate remembering a particular client's services or products. Lets look at a McDonalds commercial as an example.
Who – a family
What – goes out to eat
When – for lunch
Where – at Mc Donalds
Why – because Mc Donalds offers quick affordable meals; because dad can't cook; or its a special birthday - you pick the reason.
The designer now uses the craft of storytelling of set-up, conflict, and resolution through media to add the dramatic, visual, and audio elements that will facilitate an emotional connection between the viewer and the product.
Although we have focused above on the micro-story most often told through TV commercials we can also think about a web site as a place where a different type of story might be told through words, images, and sound. For example, The Roxanne hotel (fictional) was built in the 1930's but recently updated with a retro theme that should appeal to those looking for something different.
The web designer is challenged to market a hotel that may have met its fate with the wreaking ball if it investors hadn't found and turned it into a classic place to stay.
The hotel has many stories to tell from it's 70-years of serving patrons. Perhaps it is the story of Mouser, the elderly cat that sleeps in the hotel lobby giving the place the warmth of animal companionship, that becomes the focus for marketing. Telling how Mouser appeared one rainy night and was taken in from the storm by Red, the midnight Bell Captain, creates a sense of place and time. Because the cat has remained a fixture for so long some have come to assume he's been there since the hotel's beginning. The story of Mouser becomes the theme used throughout the web pages. Perhaps he is used as an iconic reminder that this hotel is not a branch of some mega hotel chain, but a small boutique venue that provides warmth and comfort in a home-like setting.
Stories serve the purpose of drawing people to your client's product for many different reasons. Stories,well told, are why people remain at the site and when they leave they remember an affective experience. Chances are they will recall later the product or service you were marketing. It isn't the "flash animation" that makes the sale it is the presentation of the content. The story and how it is told facilitates the transmission, delivery, reception, and recall of the message you've masterfully crafted.
FEATURED STUDIO OR SCHOOL: PangHansen Design
PangHansen Design is a full service design firm in Portland, Oregon. Specializing in Design, Graphic Design, Identity, Branding, Broadcast Design, Motion Graphics, Print and Interactive Media. PangHansen Design was formed in 2000 by award winning Creative Directors, Lili Pang and Chris Hansen . PangHansen Design has a core of talented Designers and Animators to deal with any details needed to make your project a success.
WHY ARE SPAMMERS BACKING SPAM-CONTROL LAWS? Bigtime spam-mongers and junk-mail proponents like the Direct Marketing Association are backing proposed antispam legislation, while consumer and public-interest groups, almost without exception, oppose the bills. What's going on? "It's a sign of who benefits from these bills and who doesn't," says a spokesman for the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email. "When you see some of the biggest spammers in the country backing legislation that is allegedly antispam, you really need to wonder about what these bills actually do." The answer is that rather than banning all unsolicited e-mail outright, as many consumer groups wish, they legitimize
spam, as long as the perpetrators adhere to certain rules, such as using accurate subject lines and valid return addresses, and allowing recipients to opt out of future mailings. Two bills are currently making their way through Congress and a variant of thereof is expected to pass overwhelmingly and be signed into law later this year. (Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2003) http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB105848273351539900,00.html (sub req'd) Source:NewsScanDaily
IMPLANTABLE MICROCHIP STRIKES A CHORD IN MEXICO Palm Beach, Fla.-based Applied Digital Solutions, maker of the implantable VeriChip, is targeting consumers south of the border, where people see the tiny devices as a possible new way to thwart crime. The microchips, which are available in the U.S. as well, are implanted under the skin and can be used to link to information on identity, blood type and other information housed on a central computer. In Mexico, citizens hope the tiny devices could prove one more weapon in the arsenal needed to combat a rising wave of kidnappings, robberies and other crimes. The Mexican company in charge of distribution says it hopes to implant 10,000 chips in the first year and ensure that 70% of all hospitals contain the technology necessary to read the chips. Company officials say they are working on developing a similar technology that would use satellites to locate people who've been kidnapped, an application that is popular with Mexicans, but has raised privacy concerns in the U.S. (AP 18 Jul 2003)
COMMODORE GETS NEW GUARDIAN ANGEL Ironstone Partners, the company that's licensing the Commodore 64 brand from Tulip Computers, says it wants to become "the guardian angel" of the brand, which is recognized in the Guinness Book of Records as the best-selling computer ever. The machine gained its initial popularity in the early 1980s, and 20 years later still has more than 6 million enthusiasts. Darren Melbourne, the creative director of Ironstone, has assured Commodore's "huge, dedicated fan base" that Ironstone loves them: "Fan sites are inviting donations and having problems. Without them, the C64 would have died out 10 years ago, and our immediate goal is to try and help them. We have been around the block with this machine a few times -- we were making games for it 20 years ago -- so the very last thing we want to do now is make enemies." (ZDNet 15 Jul 2003) http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t269-s2137552,00.html Source:NewsScanDaily
SOME HEALTHY REASONS TO LOG ON TO THE INTERNET A new study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project found that 80% of U.S. adults online use the Internet to find health information. It's clearly a case of "news-you-can-use": the No. 1 searched-for health topic is information about a specific disease or medical problem; the No. 2 search topic is information about a specific medical treatment or procedure. Three-fourths of the searchers surveyed said the Net has improved the quality of the health information and services available to them. The downside? The Pew study found that only about one out of every four searchers thoroughly checked the source and timeliness of online information. (USA Today 16 Jul 2003)
MICROSOFT FLAW: A NEW STAGE OF DELIRIUM. Microsoft has acknowledged a critical vulnerability in most versions of its Windows operating system software, including its latest Windows Server 2003 software. The vulnerability (first pointed out by researchers in Poland known as the "Last Stage of Delirium Research Group") could be used by network vandals to seize control of a victim's Windows computer over the Internet, stealing data, deleting files or eavesdropping on e-mail messages. The Server 2003 software was sold under the highly promoted "Trustworthy Computing" initiative launched last year by Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The company urged customers to immediately apply a free software patch available from Microsoft's Web site. Internet Security Systems, an Atlanta-based computer firm, characterized the Windows flaw as "an enormous threat." (AP/San Jose Mercury News 17 Jul 2003)
DECLINE IN FILE-SWAPPING ATTRIBUTED TO RIAA THREATSThe recording industry's threats to sue individuals who involved in illegal music file-swapping are generating results, according to Nielsen/NetRatings, which reports use of popular file-trading sites such as
Kazaa and Morpheus have dropped by 15% since the end of June. "I would definitely say it's not a coincidence that the numbers fell that far," says a Nielsen/NetRatings senior analyst. "A drop this significant probably has some kind of external cause." The Recording Industry Association of America issued its threat on June 25 and says it plans to start filing copyright infringement lawsuits next month. Officials at StreamCast Networks, which distributes Morpheus software, disputed the Nielsen/NetRatings findings, maintaining that there had been no perceptible decline in the number of visitors to its site, and the company plans to release a new version of Morpheus that will enable users to upload and download files through proxy servers in an effort to shield their identities online. (CNet News.com 14
Jul 2003)http://news.com.com/2_3-1025684.html?tag=lh Source:NewsScanDaily
A SEARCH ENGINE FOR THE WORLD'S POOR. Researchers at MIT are designing a search engine geared to the needs of computer users in the world's disadvantaged countries, most of whom have only sporadic access to the Web at what are often less-than-optimal bandwidths. "Let us assume you are in Malawi," says professor Saman Amarasinghe of MIT's Laboratory for Computer Science, "and the computer lab does not have access to the telephone line all the time. If you want to find some new information about malaria, you are prompted with a message that says 'we are going to send a query through e-mail, is it OK?'. At night, when the phone line is available, the teacher can dial out and send the queries." The request is routed to computers at MIT, which then perform the search and filter the results, choosing the most relevant. These results are then sent back to the computer in Malawi. "Next morning the teacher can connect, download that e-mail and when the students arrive, they can browse through those pages the way they would if they had full Internet connectivity." Amarasinghe says most search engines are geared toward Western users who are cash-rich but time-poor. "The idea is that developing countries are willing to pay in time for knowledge. In the West when we surf we want the information in the next two seconds. We are not willing to wait." (BBC News 15 Jul 2003) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/3065063.stm Source:NewsScanDaily
Network Tools (From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1.)
iSync 1.1 Gone are the days of repetitive address book and calendar management, thanks to Apple Computer's new iSync software. Mac users who maintain these items on both a computer and a supported portable device can keep them fully synchronized. Rather than having to re-enter data, a iSync simultaneously updates both devices via a wireless connection. Although the number of supported devices is still somewhat limited, it has grown since the previous version and includes mobile phones, PDA's, and Apple's iPod. Many useful features are incorporated into iSync's straightforward interface, making it a timesaving alternative to manually managing personal data. This tool can be acquired free of charge after a brief registration.
Smart Popup Killer 1.25 Possibly the most irritating distractions when surfing the Web are pop-up advertisements. Not only do they detract from a site's intended content, but they can also reduce the speed of downloading other documents. Smart Popup Killer attempts to block these annoyances, as well as addressing other common concerns of Web users. For example, the software can "automatically clean cookies to protect privacy online." Recognizing that some popup items may be acceptable to users, the Smart Popup Killer has a list of user-defined trusted sites that are allowed to load such ads. It is available at no cost from this Web site.
The sixth annual STOCKHOLM CHALLENGE AWARD (2003/2004) is open for submission until November 1, 2003. The aim of Stockholm's international Award for innovative use of information technology is to diminish the digital divide and to create an information society for all. The Stockholm Challenge is a platform for innovative projects from all over the world to create networks for the exchange of experience and knowledge. The competition is open to private, public and academic contestants. The Challenge invites projects in the following categories: e-Government, Culture, Health, Education, e-Business and Environment.
CALL FOR FILM AND VIDEO ENTRIES: (From NW Film Center)
The 20th annual OLYMPIA FILM FESTIVAL is coming November 7-16, 2003.
The Olympia Film Society is accepting submissions for inspired works of all kinds: long, short, narrative, documentary, animation and experimental. Deadline: 9/1. Fee: $10 (+ return postage if you want your tape returned). Printable entry form is available at: www.olyfilm.org. For more info, email , or call .
Coney Island Short Film Festival, September 27-28 at Sideshows by the Seashore, Brooklyn, Coney Island, New York. The Festival is open to filmmakers working in all genres and formats. Early deadline is July 15 and late deadline July 29. For more information go to www. indiefilmpage.com/coneyfest.htm
ArtsElectric is a worldwide calendar and information center for new music, electronic music and the media arts.You'll find hundreds of events listed, as well as articles, interviews, and other writings.
Christian Game Developers Conference. Cascade College. Portland, OR. July 25-27, 2003. Cost: TBA.
SIGGRAPH 2003 - 27 July - 31 July, This is the 30th international conference of computer graphics and interactive media. The conference will be held in San Diego, California. It is also the world's largest exhibit of grapic software, computer hardware, and interactive technologies. Given the conference is on the west coast this summer individuals may want to make it a part of a vacation trip.
Classic Gaming Exposition. Jackie Gaughan's Plaza Hotel. Las Vegas, Nev. August 9-10, 2003. Weekend pass $35.00.
International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA) Conference, "Changing Tides" is being held in "America's First Resort," Newport, RI on October 1 through October 5, 2003.Prepare for an exciting agenda along with all the historical and magnificent scenery of Newport, Rhode Island, and surrounding New England.
First International Digital Storytelling Conference, November 27-29, 2003, Cardiff, Wales. The British Broadcasting Corporation-Cymru-Wales will host an international dialogue and presentations about ways to build and sustain the Digital Storytelling movement. Co-sponsored by the Center for Digital Storytelling and the DSA, the conference will include the first International Meeting of the Association. Representives from around the world will be expected to attend.
CAREERS IN MEDIA:
Here are four resources that I would recommend for learning more about careers in multimedia production.
The first is Boston College's Guide: Careers In Multimedia. This is the best resource I've seen related to the field and determining where one might want to go with a career in multimedia design.
To this I would add Skills Net. Skills Net has an extensive collection of material related to working in the media industry.
Career Advice. Monster.com provides an excellent overview of the following career options and links to possible jobs.
- Creative Writer
- Graphic Designer
- Sound/Recording Engineer
- Studio Musician
- Technical Writer
Landing Your Dream Job in Computer Graphics: Steps you should take to get the ultimate computer graphics job. By Mark Swain. A nice clearly written guide to professional opporutnities in web design, game development, and television and video.
JOB BOARDS. No need to search as these list jobs as posted on a board.
Animation Job Board: Animation World Network. This site provides continuiously updated listings of international jobs in the field of animation. Check it out.
Film and Television Job Board: Film, TV, & Commercial Employment Network provides important information and resources for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. It's for beginners as well as seasoned professionals. Information and resources are provided for many areas both behind and in front of the camera.
Entertainment Careers. Net. Job Board. Entertainment jobs and internships listings at Studios, Networks, Production Companies, Record Companies, Radio Stations, VFX, Animation,Broadcasting
Flash Designers, we need your help! Our host company, 3D Enterprises has been operating Cool Flash Intros, and demand has increased for a high selection of Intros. This is where you come in. We need Flash Designers to create Flash Introductions for us to sell as templates. Our goal is to increase our selection of templates substantially, and we need your help. What's in it for you? We'll, our offer includes a commission of 25% of the sale for each time any of your intros sell and we will give you credit by your listings (details included in packet). Our shopping cart is set up to automatically email our designers everytime one of their intros sells. If you have any interest in creating Intros for 3D Enterprises, or just want to read more, request an information packet by e-mail.
Ad Executive / Creative If you're ready for a more fun and exciting advertising career, you've found the right ad. We're a unique marketing & advertising firm that produces outrageous results for our clients. We're seeking to hire an account executive who also has writing & design skills. You'll consult with our professional clients and create marketing materials for their use. To be considered, you must have excellent writing, design & communication skills, as well as experience using PageMaker and a database (we use Macs). Experience with illustrator & PhotoShop helpful. To apply E-Mail resume with 3 work samples & income history: or fax:
Administrative Assistant. UO Office of Special Events Office Specialist 2- Office of Development, Special Events. Responsible for assisting the Director of Special Events with the design, coordination, and implementation of special events and providing confidential administrative support. Requires two years of clerical experience or equivalent combination of experience and training; keyboard speed of at least 55 wpm; word-processing, spreadsheet, database and desktop publishing (PageMaker) computer experience; experience coordinating events; strong customer service skills; excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills; strong analytical and creative abilities; valid Oregon driver's license and good driving record; ability to set priorities, take initiative and manage multiple tasks and simultaneous demands. Salary $1873-$2557 monthly. Requires evening and weekend work, overnight and weekend travel, and attendance at formal events. Application and supplemental questionnaire available at Human Resources, 463 Oregon hall (corner of 13th and Agate), on the web at: http://jobs.uoregon.edu Phone , TTY . Application deadline 7/23/03. AA/EO/ADA institution committed to cultural diversity.
Customer Service Personnel Source is Recruiting Qualified Customer Service Agents for ece exceptional customer experience formerly Software Spectrum, Inc. As a member of the customer care team, you will be providing product information, taking software orders & directing calls to technical support for Symantec products. Ideal candidates will have: * 2 years of customer service experience * Superior communication skills * Knowledge of operating systems and be internet savvy We offer competitive wages & great benefits. If you are drug free & ready to work come see us or visit our website www.personnelsource.com Personnel Source Putting People to Work 555 Lincoln Eugene
Location: OR Date: 7/20/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Graphic Artist. Full time, page layout, illustration, PC a plus, computer background, $10-$12 hr. depending on experience. E-mail Resume: i , or FAX:
Location: OR Date: 7/18/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Graphic/Web Designer- Part-time UO Continuing Education is seeking an experienced graphic/web designer to design and produce print graphics and complementary web products. This position is .80 FTE short-term/limited duration. Candidates should have minimum three years professional experience. BA required, BFA or advance work in relevant discipline preferred. Resume and 3 reference contacts must be received by July 23. Fax resume and letter of interest to or email as a Word attachment to or send to Continuing Education, 1277 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403. Job descriptions are available at http://center.uoregon.edu/ jobdescription.php The UO is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Location: OR Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Producer Digital Media. DVD, CD-ROM & Video, www.northwestmedia.com Location: OR Date: 7/20/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Sales Rep. NetStores.com, a Nationally Recognized National E-commerce Application Service Provider, is seeking a results-oriented sales professional to manage our growing Web-Designer Sales Channel. Tremendous growth opportunity in the emerging field of electronic commerce. 2-4 years sales experience preferred. Computer skills required. Competitive Compensation Package. Fax letter resume Location: OR Date: 7/20/2003 Source: Register Guard
Sales Internet. Sell Internet Marketing Campaigns. Internet Search Marketing Company with national brand name client base seeks a self-motivated individual with professional telephone, negotiation & communication skills. BA preferred. E-mail resume to Location: OR Date: 7/20/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Software Testing. A local software company needs to test its software on a variety of computers. We will pay you $25 an hour (with a $25 minimum) to let our technician use your computer(s). The test will probably take less than an hour, and we'll leave your system as we found it. Requirements: internet connectivity; Windows 98/2000/XP or Mac OS X; 64MB of RAM or more; 266Mhz or higher processor. Email Location: OR Date: 7/20/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Technical Support Personnel Source is Recruiting Qualified Technical Support Agents for ece exceptional customer experience formerly Software Spectrum, Inc. Front line positions supporting Symantec Products. Ideal candidates must be proficient in all areas of hardware, software and operating systems. We are looking for these skills combined with a customer service attitude. We offer competitive wages and great benefits. If you are drug free and ready to work come see us or visit our website www.personnelsource.com Personnel Source Putting People to Work 555 Lincoln Eugene Location: OR Date: 7/13/2003 Source: Register Guard (Eugene)
Administrative Assistant Support Person.21 year old Hi-tech Company has a position available for a computer literate person interested in customer support and Internet marketing. We market our products exclusively via the Internet using in-house developed state-of-the-art strategies, tools and techniques. This is an entry level position for a person with pleasant customer manners, care of details and a genuine desire for on-the-job learning. Any of the following skills a plus: - Graphic illustration - Excellent written and verbal communication - Web page design We offer a pleasant working environment, competitive compensation and benefits. Our offices are close to the Cedar Hills Max Transit Station. Send or e-mail resume to: Computer Friends, Inc. 10200 SW Eastridge St. Portland OR 97225 e.mail jo Published on 07/19
Administrative Assistant Gem Faire Inc is offering a FT Admin Asst pos at our Ptlnd Airport ofc. Qualifying individual must have adequate typing skills, exceptional phone skills, desktop publishing (graphic arts/ Corel Draw) & general ofc skills. You must be proficient in MS Office (database & spreadsheets). Job ranges from simple filing to participating in major trade show and promotional planning. Exceptional verbal, written, organizational and social skills will be necessary. This fastpaced job will vary in hrs worked each week and will require a more than FT commitment to the company. Some travel. Begin yearly salary, $26,000. Medical, retirement. Non-smoking environment. Email resume to Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Desktop Publishing. Fast typist needed. Must be able to accurately type 65+ wpm. Need PC & Quark exp. Knowledge in PhotoShop, Illustrator, PageMaker & Acrobat a plus. Send resume to DJC, P.O. Box 10127, Portland, OR, 97296, Attn: Production Dept. FT, benefits. Equal Opportunity Employer. Published in The Oregonian on 07/19
Graphics Admin Asst, PT. Must be exper'd in Adobe, MS Office, cust serv. Email resume/wage req'ments: Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Graphic Design: OMSI is looking for a Graphic Designer with design skills & art exper. to get the word out to our visitors and members. Help design and produce publications, promo materials & event advertising. Must be creative, efficient, and have excellent communication and computer skills. BA/BS; 1-2 yrs graphics/ad/mktg exp. Proficiency with Quark, Photoshop, & Illustrator required. Send resume to OMSI-Recruiter, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214, or visit: www.omsi.edu Equal Opportunity Employer Published in The Oregonian on 07/13
Graphic Designer Growing Vancouver company seeks F/T designer for pre-press design. 2 Yrs exp in graphic software, attention to quality & detail a must. Send resume and samples to Published in The Oregonian on 07/19
Graphic Designer: Join a fast paced in-house team working on print ads, sales material and packaging. Generate identity and creative concepts. Quark, Freehand, Photoshop. At least 2 years graphic design exper. Send resume & salary requirements to: Graphic Designer, PO Box 2275, Vancouver, WA 98.
Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Marketing Manager For our SwiftSend product, manage the development of marketing campaigns and sales materials; the writing and proofing of web, product and promotional copy; the prioritization of external PR and graphic design firms' activities; the details of industry tradeshows. Minimum qualifications: BA/BS degree, excellent writing skills, 5 years marketing experience with 2 yrs in mortgage industry. Send text or MS Word resumes to: Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Marketing Communications Creative Coordinator Job #03-04/960C Portland Community College Functions as creative coordinator for the College's public and mass communications. Requirements include: Associate deg. in communications, graphic arts, advertising, journalism, or related field. Bachelor's deg. is preferred. 3 yrs. of progressively responsible exper. performing the duties of the position, or duties in advertising, marketing, public relations, or another communications field. Closes August 1, 2003. For complete position details, visit web site at: http://www.pcc.edu/hr/jobs.htm To request the required application packet by U.S. mail, e-mail: , or call . Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Institution
Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Multimedia Technology. Bvrtn start-up seeks HW & SW Design Engineers w/ min 10 yrs collaboration, conferencing archicture & design exp. Strong knowledge of SIP, H323, T120 standards, transcoding using DSPs & successful track record in implementing video MCUs & media gateways. Unique equity positions! Send resume to PO Box 2279, Beaverton, OR 97 Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Software Engineer/Support Electronic Controls Design Inc. us seeking a product engineer for its integrated circuit board schematic and layout software, www.pcb123.com. Responsibilities include: specifying, designing, testing and documentingproduct-related software. Person will provide technical leadership within product development team and have direct contact with customers to help facilitate software development. Qualifications: A minimum of 3-5 years experience in object oriented programming and graphical user interface design in a Windows environment using MFC, C++, Experience in all phases of the software development life cycle, BS in computer science or equivalent; Knowledge of MySQL/ SQL, PHP, C#, Visual SourceSafe a plus. ECD is an equal opportunity employer, pre-employment drug screen. Please send resume and salary requirement to . (No Phone Calls!) Published in The Oregonian on 07/13
Video Editor. CAESY Education Systems, a healthcare software development company in Vancouver, WA seeks an enthusiastic video editor. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years experience in editing, preferably on Media 100 and Final Cut Pro. Must have videography and field production skills. Send resume requirements to: Fax to . Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
Television Master Control Operator: PT, oncall positions. Perform master control switching, monitor technical quality of audio & video signals, record & dub TV programs, maintain program & discrepancy logs. Req. exp. as a broadcast master control operator & familiarity with TV Broadcast automation systems & video servers. Send cover letter & resume to OPB HR, MS-OR, 7140 SW Macadam Ave, Portland, OR 97219. www.opb.org. Equal Opportunity Employer. Published in The Oregonian on 07/20
I'm currently limiting my Newsletter job searching to Oregon and South West Washington. However, for those interested in job positions elsewhere in the Northwest may I recommend the following
Sakson and Taylor. Most media jobs in the Seattle area seem to be promoted through Sakson and Taylor a Seattle based employment service that specializes in technical communication. The organization fills positions in animation, graphics, media, instructional design, writing and other areas. This seems to be a central connection to the media production opportunities in the Seattle area.
Seattle Times. Seattle area jobs not listed with Sakson and Tayler will be found in the Seattle Times online employment service.
Career Click .COM. This online service allows you to search individual, regional, or national Canadian newspapers for job positions. Remember that Canada has tight employment restrictions for non residents.
Vancouver Sun . The Vancouver Sun provides an online employment section that lists jobs in that great city of the North. These same jobs can be found on Career Click. Com listed aboved.