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Visiting Teaching Faculty I in in Motion Picture Editing

Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts


Location:
Tallahassee, Florida 32306
Date:
10/04/2017
2017-10-042017-11-03
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • Arts / Entertainment / Media
  • Education
Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts
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Job Details

The College of Motion Picture Arts at Florida State University invites applications for a visiting, full-time position at the rank of Teaching Faculty I. This is a 12-month, non-tenure earning position, responsible for teaching coursework in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Production/Animation program and the Master of Fine Arts Production program.

The successful candidate will be able to develop curricula and teach courses in picture editing. Typical responsibilities include: teaching 1-2 courses per semester; mentoring and advising students; and, contributing to curriculum/program development, including serving on committees, researching industry trends, and advising on classroom facilities, tools, and technology.

FSU Diversity and Inclusion Statement:

At The Florida State University, we recognize that every competitive advantage begins with people. By valuing, celebrating and leveraging the differences and similarities of our students, faculty and staff, we inspire an environment of innovation and passion - one that enables us to create a teaching, research and service environment that better reflects the needs of our students, faculty, staff, customers, constituents, communities and other key stakeholders.

Diversity and Inclusion have long been a part of the operating philosophy at the University. In the context of the workplace, valuing diversity means creating a workplace that respects and includes differences, recognizes the unique contributions that individuals with many types of differences can make, and creates a work environment that maximizes the potential of all employees. As a concept, it focuses on a broader set of qualities than race and gender. Inclusion is a practice of ensuring that people in an organization feel they belong, are engaged and are connected through their work to the goals and objectives of the organization.

Now, we are uniting our efforts at FSU to move our Diversity and Inclusion initiative even more to the forefront of our University's agenda so that we can deliver on our vision to become the university and workplace of choice. Educating employees on how to work effectively in a diverse environment helps the University prevent discrimination and promote inclusiveness. There is evidence that effectively managing a diverse work force can contribute to increased faculty, staff and student retention and productivity. It can enhance the organization's responsiveness to an increasingly diverse world of customers, improve relations with the surrounding communities, increase the organization's ability to cope with change, and expand the creativity of the organization.

All of the above will move our performance, innovations, and contributions to the next level. We invite you to join us on our journey to being a more diverse and inclusive university.

About the FSU College of Motion Picture Arts:

The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts was created with the mission of preparing students for successful careers in the motion picture industry and it is one of the most highly ranked film schools in the United States, described by the Hollywood Reporter as “one of the world's best,” the New York Times as “one of the top motion picture schools in the nation,” and honored by the Directors Guild of America for its “distinguished contribution to American culture through the world of film and television.” The College of Motion Picture Arts is renowned for the number of Student Oscar®, Emmy®, and notable national and international awards its students earn each year. The faculty comprises award-winning industry experts with a combined 400+ feature film credits who share a gift for teaching students the art, craft and business of storytelling in the motion picture industry.

Florida State’s reputation in film education is rooted in its core commitment to the art of storytelling. Its curriculum is built upon a conservatory philosophy, which emphasizes many hours of individualized instruction and one-on-one conferences with students, with the goal of producing educated and creative filmmakers who become responsible and productive members of the entertainment industry. (For more information: http://film.fsu.edu/)

Florida State University

One of the nation's elite research universities, Florida State University combines traditional strength in the arts and humanities with recognized leadership in the sciences to offer students a demanding, intellectually stimulating, yet warm and caring environment.FSU arts programs — dance, film, music and theatre — rank among the finest in the world, and provide an arts education comparable to leading conservatories. Its creative writing program is ranked among the nation's best and is home to the most consistently honored and published student body in the United States. (For more information: http://fsu.edu/)

 

The Florida State University subscribes to Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action and pluralism, and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. All eligible candidates are, therefore, invited to apply for position vacancies as appropriate.  FSU is a public records agency pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 


Requirements

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in filmmaking, or picture editing, or professional experience as demonstrated by portfolio, curriculum vita, and motion picture, television, or commercial credits.
  • A history of professional picture editing experience in narrative, feature, and/or television.
  • Excellent communication and teaching skills.

Valued but not required:

  • Practicing artist or educator within the field of picture editing for features, shorts, narratives, episodic television, and/or animation.
  • 3+ years of professional industry experience.
  • 3+ years of full-time teaching experience.
  • Terminal Degree in related field

Application Materials:

  • Completed online application form through the FSU Office of Human Resources (https://jobs.fsu.edu). Application must include work history and all education details even if attaching a resume.
  • Letter of application addressing interest in the position, qualifications, and teaching philosophy.
  • Curriculum vita or resume.
  • Professional portfolio (please include links on resume. If not accessible through a link, email to lhensley@film.fsu.edu).
  • List of three references with title, phone and e-mail contact information.
  • Sample teaching materials and student evaluations for review are desirable, but not required.

Final candidates will be required to have three letters of recommendation (to be sent separately by the references).

 

The search committee will begin reviewing applications October 16, 2017. For more information about the position or the application process, please contact Linda Hensley at lhensley@film.fsu.edu or (850) 644-8747.


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