Broadcast Technician and Counselor (PT) Seasonal

Posted: 03/31/2021

The main purpose of the Aviation STEM Camp Broadcast Technician & Counselor is overseeing programs and camp activities, in-person and/or virtual, designed for children and teens while ensuring a safe and caring environment that promotes positive child development. The Broadcast Technician and Counselor will help create, set-up, and deliver in-person and virtual camp activities and will help generate excitement around the airline industry and careers in STEM.
Job Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
assisting with the virtual and in-person delivery of science themed activities for children and teens between the ages of  8 and 16 years of age; managing all the technological assets for the delivery of live virtual content, assist the Director of Education in the delivery of virtual content from in-front and/or behind the camera, helping facilitate workshops and activities, assisting speakers and special guests with their workshops, ensuring safety during behind-the-scenes tour on and off Museum campus, and assisting with set up and cleanup of all activities.   Some administrative and other duties as required. The Broadcast Technician & Counselor is also responsible for assisting the Lead Counselor in making sure proper safety protocols and procedures are implemented and followed (ex. Virtual Broadcast Safety, in-person Covid mitigation protocols, signing campers in and out, managing allergies, etc.)
Prior experience working with children and/or teens in a professional capacity preferred. Experience as an actor/camp counselor/teacher/recreation specialist is preferred but not required. Experience working with broadcasting technologies strongly preferred but willing to train the right candidate.
ADDITIONAL Qualifications
Must love working with children and teens. Must have an engaging and dynamic personality and be comfortable in front and behind the camera. Must have good communication skills and show patience and empathy in all interactions with campers, parents, team members and Museum guests. Must be comfortable with broadcasting and web-based technologies and be willing to learn new skills essential to the delivery of virtual programming. Must be comfortable troubleshooting technology related issues. Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time, may have to lift less than 50 pounds. Must be flexible and able to work in a fast-paced environment.
Must be available 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday starting June 1 (40h/week) during the weeks assigned.
Please email cover letter and resume to

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