Multimedia Supervisor

Studio 22 is a multimedia production studio looking for energetic team players to support the development, production and marketing of digital content and the teaching of media production skills to the UCLA community.
Multimedia Supervisors report to the Principal Producer and are familiar with or have extensive knowledge in one or more of the following: Digital marketing, video production, music production, recording engineering, songwriting, graphics, motion graphics, photography, social media, office administration and event production.

The ideal candidate is detail oriented, a good listener, fast learner, and effective communicator and enthusiastic about showing peers what you have learned.

Work Study Eligible

Position Responsibilities include the following

  • Attend and successfully complete Supervisor training
  • Work with other Multimedia Supervisors to support and lead all Multi-Media Assistants
  • Critique and give feedback on content created by Multimedia Assistants
  • Assign tasks to Multimedia Assistants and keep track of project status and deadlines
  • Supervise MMAC protocol and administrative tasks
  • Attend and participate in the presentation of weekly staff meetings
  • Assist with the hiring of team members
  • Communicate regularly with the Principal Producer
  • Meet with Multimedia Assistants on an as-needed basis
  • Submit paperwork (bi-weekly timesheets and reports) in a timely fashion
  • Additional duties as assigned

Minimum Academic Requirements

In order to support the academic success of our student staff, Residential Life conducts Grade Point Average and Enrollment Checks for all student employee positions. We may conduct these checks at the time of application and any time thereafter once the student has accepted a job offer.

  • For this position, a student must have a 2.0 minimum cumulative GPA at the time of application, hire, and/or rehire (beginning of Fall Quarter of each academic year).
  • For this position, a student must maintain full-time status (12 units per quarter) during time of employment.

Music/Audio Supervisor

  • Supervise Studio 22’s music/audio team
  • Plan Studio 22 live/studio recordings, sound design, and post audio for productions
  • Supervise the organization and maintenance of studio maintenance, equipment, and inventory
  • Reach out and explore UCLA’s student artists/organizations to collaborate and innovate
  • Identify and build community for music MMAC members
  • Supervise workshops on audio/music production for students
  • Additional duties as assigned

Digital Marketing Supervisor

  • Supervise Studio 22’s digital marketing team
  • Supervise the planning and execution of events such as photoshoots, film festivals, networking events, etc.
  • Supervise the creation of content for all social media platforms
  • Manage all of Studio 22’s social media accounts
  • Develop ideas for new marketing campaigns, strategies, and creative content with team members
  • Plan, Market and promote Studio 22’s programs, events, and creative content
  • Carry out and supervise administrative duties to support and plan the studio’s media production and event
  • Additional duties as assigned

Video Production Supervisor

  • Supervise Studio 22’s video production team
  • Review video concepts, scripts, productions, edits for content
  • Supervise and assist in all aspects of video production (i.e. write, direct, camera operation, video editing, etc.)
    for Studio 22 productions
  • Supervise and assist in all aspects of video production for Residential Life and other UCLA departments
  • Identify and build community for video MMAC members
  • Supervise workshops and classes on video production for students
  • Additional duties as assigned


Pay rate: $16.00/hr ($.52/hr shift differential for 4 or more continuous hours worked between 5 p.m. - 8 a.m.). Students who qualify for Work Study are strongly encouraged to apply. Each Video Production Student Supervisor is expected to work 12 - 17 hours per week during weeks 0-10 of the fall, winter and spring academic quarters.


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