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North Dakota State University, a Division I institution, seeks applicants for a 2-year Graduate Assistant in Multimedia/Video. This is a 12-month position with a $1,000 per month stipend and graduate school tuition assistance, no benefits included.

The Graduate Assistant position reports to the Assistant Athletic Director – Strategic Partnerships, and Director of Multimedia, and is involved in all matters related to the Multimedia area of the Athletic Department.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Anticipated Start Date is August 5, 2019.

Duties include: Filming of game contests, editing of game recaps for use on website and social media, creative video/editing projects, and live production of game contests. This position will involve some travel with teams if necessary.

NDSU is an EEO/AA-MF/Vet/Disability

Experience / Skills


Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism or related degree, and acceptance into the North Dakota State University Graduate School.

Preferred Qualifications: Sports videography experience, and non-linear editing skills.

About North Dakota State University


North Dakota State University is a student-focused, land-grant, research university — an economic engine that educates students, conducts primary research, creates new knowledge and advances technology. The university provides affordable access to an excellent education at a top-ranked institution that combines teaching and research in a rich learning environment, educating future leaders who will create solutions to national and global challenges that will shape a better world.

NDSU is a major research university of 14,000 students. The university’s researchers are leaders in areas such as nanotechnology, microelectronics, polymers, food safety, plant science, vaccinology, biotechnology, robotics and materials science.

NDSU is listed as 83 among 402 public universities based NDSU’s research expenditures reported to the National Science Foundation. In addition, NDSU is listed in the National Science Foundation’s top 100 in several areas, including: agricultural sciences, social sciences, physical sciences, chemistry, and computer sciences.