I was in charge of organizing and sustaining KVIK, which is Western Washington University's primary filmmaking and video production body, a part of the Associated Students. I could not have done my job without our valuable student volunteers. I was responsible for our live show and premiere organization and preparation from start to finish, planning workshops for our volunteers in order to encourage production knowledge and quality control, and marketing KVIK to WWU's student body.
- Supervising volunteers and interns.
- Facilitating weekly Producer’s meetings.
- Facilitating the KVIK Quarterly All-Station Meetings.
- Facilitating training program for incoming volunteers.
- Actively recruiting and managing student volunteers and interns, providing the means to gain film and television experience and assist in the growth of KVIK.
- Maintaining an inventory of all KVIK equipment. Maintaining a hard drive or electronic archive of all KVIK programming, while preserving the existing tape & DVD archive
- Establishing and maintaining outlets on which KVIK programming will be shown (e.g. campus closed-circuit station, web-based video hosting).
- Working with KUGS/KVIK General Manager to develop a KVIK program schedule
- Overseeing the promotion of KVIK and its productions
- Addressing any concerns that may be raised by students, staff, or community members
- Coordinating with the AS Communications Director, regarding maintenance of KVIK's website.