Overview

TUMO Center for Creative Technologies is looking for a Filmmaking specialist to join the Workshops team to lead Filmmaking workshops, support in creating content and designing educational material for TUMO’s students across all our centers, working year-round to develop and fine-tune the educational curriculum at TUMO.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead Filmmaking workshops for TUMO’s students.
  • Work in Yerevan but travel to other Tumo locations at least twice a year for month-long workshops
  • Support in designing educational material for student self-learning. 
  • Collect and evaluate students’ results at the completion of every workshop and store them for their portfolios
  • Examine students’ self-learning results and provide daily feedback to them
  • Other duties may be assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2 years of work experience in the specified field
  • Experience in education and ability to work with teenagers is a plus
  • Excellent communication skills and public speaking ability
  • Experience with digital filmmaking
  • Software knowledge: Adobe Premiere
  • Language: Armenian (required), English (preferred)
  • Strong research skills
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team
  • Ability to maintain deadlines and ensure high productivity

About Tumo Center for Creative Technologies

Tumo is an after-school learning center where teenagers acquire digital media skills free of charge. Thousands of students attend Tumo on a regular basis and participate in its innovative, self-paced program. Its educational framework is based on a proprietary platform that promotes learning through interactive game-like levels, exposing users to increasingly challenging activities. Tumo's educational methodology is based on a large set of self-instructional activities that each of the Center's students assembles into a personal learning plan in the areas of animation, game development, web development and filmmaking. To learn more about the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, please visit: www.tumo.org