Instructional Resources Coordinator Duties
This is responsible administrative work in the operation and
supervision of the Instructional Resources Center.
An employee allocated to this class of work is responsible for
the daily supervision and operation of the center including the
finished product of all production, the successful operation of
the film and tape library, and liaison with instructional
faculty. Work is reviewed through consultation, analysis of
reports, and observation of results.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepares and supervises the initial budget, budget amendments,
purchase requests, and other related forms.
Hires, supervises, and evaluates production, clerical, and
Assumes responsibility for the finished product of all
Supervises personnel in the area of cinematography, television,
audio, still photography, and other related production areas.
Supervises the operation of the instructional film and tape
library, including the evaluation, acquisition, cataloguing, and
distributions of the films and tapes.
Establishes and evaluates policies and procedures for use of
Assumes responsibility for maintaining liaison with faculty and
Evaluates departmental requests for instructional equipment.
Consults and assists faculty members in the proper use of
instructional media including films, audio tapes, video tapes,
mediated instruction film strips, slides, overhead projectiles,
and other materials.
Evaluates equipment and supply claim prior to purchasing.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
master's degree in audio visual education or television
production; or any equivalent combination of training and
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of basic audio-visual equipment.
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices involved
in the television production and photography.
Considerable knowledge of techniques and principles utilized in
Considerable knowledge of personnel administration and business
Knowledge of accounting principles and practices.
Ability to supervise the work of others.
Ability to establish and maintain effective, tactful, and
courteous working relationships with fellow employees, faculty
members, department heads, and the general public.
Ability to present ideas effectively orally and in writing.