Media Instructor - Part-time


Community Media


Associate Director, Media Education









Deadline to Apply

Open Until Filled
February 22, 2018

Purpose of Position:

The Media Instructor teaches a variety of media classes to Brooklyn residents. Courses include: Video Editing with Premiere, Motion Graphics with After Effects, Intro to Photoshop,  How to Record Your Podcast, How to Edit Your Podcast, Intro to Photography, Photo Editing, and Intro to Social Media.

Key Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Prepare lesson plans and deliver instruction to classes of twelve to fifteen adults
  • Communicate regularly with Education team to review curriculum and class outcomes


  • Experience teaching media courses to adults
  • Experience shooting and editing videos with a DSLR or camcorder
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Knowledge of DSLR cameras and portable devices to capture video, audio, and images
  • Experience recording and editing podcasts (Garageband, Audition)
  • Knowledge of online video hosting services such as Youtube and Vimeo
  • Knowledge of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter & Instagram
  • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud applications (Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition)

Salary and Schedule

Hourly rate varies depending on the class—$30-38/hr; each class includes one paid hour of prep time in addition to teaching hours. Flexible hours and class locations. This position is part of a NABET-CWA collective bargaining unit.

How to Apply

Email with subject line: Media Instructor – Part-time. Please write a brief cover letter in the body of the email and attach resume.  Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


BRIC is the Public Access Television organization for Brooklyn. BRIC’s community media programming includes three initiatives aired on the four channel Brooklyn Public Network: community-produced Brooklyn Free Speech TV and BRIC-produced, Brooklyn-focused BRIC TV. Brooklyn Free Speech is the home of filmmakers, television artists and organizations seeking to learn to create innovative media. Its community media programs offer residents free access to media production facilities and equipment, and low-cost media education. Every week over 650 hours of TV programs, created by Brooklyn-based producers, air on Public Access TV.

BRIC’s education programs are committed to directly engaging our Brooklyn community in performance, contemporary art, and media. Through school residencies, internship programs, and professional development opportunities, BRIC Education provides access to the experience of the creative process and celebrates the artistic spirit.

BRIC is an equal opportunity employer.