What does a Multimedia Specialist do?

Multimedia specialists develop multimedia products aimed at entertaining or educating their audiences. They discuss requirements with clients and coordinate development teams. They test information products, adjust work based on client feedback, and cooperate with technical staff. Multimedia specialists work in various industries, including motion pictures, computer design, publishing, and computer systems design. They use digital programs to create visual effects and animations for various media formats.

Multimedia specialists create content using video, photography, graphics, illustrations, and sound, and their work is used on the web and in mediums including television, movies, and interactive entertainment. They design, develop, and deliver aesthetically pleasing and engaging media packages. They might assist in creating films or television programs, e-books, or interactive music experiences. Multimedia specialists need a bachelor's degree in multimedia design, art, or graphics design.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
6%
2 - 4
37%
5 - 7
42%
8+
15%

Common Skill Sets

Adobe Creative Suite
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Premiere Pro
Editing
LMS
Indesign
Schedules
Powerpoint

Multimedia Specialist Seniority Levels

Executive Producer
31% made the transition
Web Producer
7% made the transition
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Multimedia Specialist Salaries

Average Base Pay

$52,467 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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$35K
Median: $52K
$80K
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