SVA Administrative Assistant

Part-time. Remote virtual work. The pay for the coordinating position is $19.00 per hour, 10-20 hours per week depending on projects. Two hours Monday-Friday is required. Hours are flexible between 9am-5pm.
Job Description:
  • Maintain master calendar for workshops.
  • Return all phone call messages and answer phones during assigned work hours.
  • Communicate with students to help Director, Faculty
  • Maintain contact sheet for all instructors, director, SVA staff
  • Train faculty on all administrative systems including: calendars, booking systems, time sheets, student communication systems, SVA in-house communication system: Basecamp.
  • Adding to the Video SVA “Wiki” of how-tos so that all systems are carefully documented.
  • Assisting with payroll.
  • Maintain online copy library.
  • Help maintain other “materials” for camps: could be Karaoke song list, D&D materials, PDF workbooks for camps
  • Troubleshoot workshops right at the start time, in case an instructor has an issue with the internet.
  • Family communication. Checking in with families a week prior to camp, first day of camp, sending surveys right after camp.
  • Work with the director on observing instructors.
  • Streamline online systems and make working as faculty as easy as possible.
  • Reminding the director of anything that might be slowing the system or needs to be done.

Please send CV/Resume to We are looking to hire this position ASAP.

Sound Engineer / Designer

Job brief
We are looking for sound designers with a background in commercial sound design and/or video game design. For the majority of 2021, this will be a remote job and can continue on that way, unless you are interested in mixing sound once we open up our physical studios again late in 2021.


  • Sound design for professional voiceover demo reels, including commercial, video game and eLearning
  • Enhance sound quality and add sound effects to recordings – free of distortion or audio artifacts
  • Create and maintain sound libraries
  • Provide industry-competitive demo reels, approved by our faculty for students approved to produce a demo
  • Proven experience as sound engineer / designer
  • Technical expertise in sound engineering techniques (e.g. equalization)
  • Experience with sound editing and recording equipment (e.g. mixing consoles)
  • Working knowledge of recording software and hardware (e.g. Pro Tools, Audition, Audacity)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Creativity and attention to detail
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • Excellent hearing and manual dexterity
  • High school diploma; Degree in audio/sound engineering or related field is a plus

Please send CV/Resume/sound samples to