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TV Media Production and Photography Teacher

Alexandria City Public Schools
Alexandria, Virginia
Closing date
Feb 18, 2023

Job Details

Job Description

The TV/Media Production and Photography teacher will be responsible for teaching the introductory courses of the TV/Media Production and Photography programs.


Education: Bachelor's degree in job-related area. Degree in television/video production and/or photography.

Certificates & Licenses: None required.

Experience: Demonstrated hands-on experience in ENG productions.

Knowledge: Proficient in the Adobe Creative Cloud programs, which include Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Adobe After Effects.

Proficient in social media platforms and management (Instagram, YouTube)

Proficient in the use of G suites and other web-based applications

Preference: At least 3 years experience multi-cam live streaming

At least 3 years experience in live-studio production

At least 3 years experience in commercial photography

Essential Functions
  • Teaches introductory classes of both TV/Media Production and Photography classes.
  • Assists in the development of curriculum for high school TV production and photography classes.
  • Provides support in the maintenance and upgrade of equipment for both programs.
  • Provides support in the maintenance and upgrade of the television studio.
  • Researches, specifies, and recommends purchase decisions on television and photography equipment
  • Performs other related duties, as assigned, to ensure the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit.

  • Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance.
  • Tuberculosis Skin Test.

Public Health Compliance
  • Proof of COVID vaccination. Exemptions for religious/medical will be reviewed.
  • Must follow safety and health protocols.


Primary Location:
ACHS King Street Campus
Salary Range:
Teachers and Other Licensed Staff Salary Scale (
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Alexandria City Public Schools is one of the most diverse school systems in the country and we celebrate that diversity. Our students come from more than 80 different countries, speak more than 60 languages, and represent a rainbow of ethnic and cultural groups. They are economically diverse, but all are rich in that the residents of Alexandria are dedicated to ensuring that each and every one of them achieves success.

The children of Alexandria have benefited significantly from the strong support of City Council and the Alexandria community over the years. Tremendous gains have been made in student achievement and ACPS continues to be in the forefront of technology integration.

T.C. Williams High School is on the cutting edge, both inside and out. The award-winning building features numerous environmentally sound features, such as a 450,000-gallon underground cistern that collects and stores rainwater for building use, and a rooftop garden that provides stormwater management. The redesigned educational program at T.C. consists of smaller learning communities designed to increase academic achievement and the level of student engagement. Students feel more connected to caring adults, and teachers have more opportunity to know and support their students.

The City of Alexandria was recently named one of the Top 100 Communities for Young People by America's Promise, partly because of the quality of our schools and programs. A recent City survey indicates that the number of people who made the decision to live in Alexandria based on the quality of the schools has increased since 2004. We have many reasons to celebrate. ACPS is truly an urban success!

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2000 N Beauregard St

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