POOL - Lecturer - 10451BR
POOL - Lecturer
Application materials will be reviewed by the faculty and placed in a pool for consideration for developing and/or teaching undergraduate courses consistent with program instructional needs. Applications will be accepted throughout the year.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
40%-Prepare and present lectures for one or more undergraduate or graduate courses in film and media studies as described in the approved course syllabi.
40%-Hold office hours, design and supervise discussion sections, laboratories, assignments and projects, and exams as appropriate to the course.
20%-Grade student discussion sections, laboratories, assignments and projects, and exams and/or supervise graders and teaching assistants.
- Earned Master's degree in film and/or media studies or a closely related discipline. For equivalency to the MA: Bachelor's degree in film or media studies or a closely related field AND two (2) or more years of distinguished teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Distinguished is defined as a lengthy and notable or prominent record of mastery in teaching at an accredited institution, as defined by peer evaluation, course evaluation, and/or supervisor evaluation.
- Experience in teaching film/media courses at the college or university level, or comparable professional experience. For instructors in film and media, a distinguished record of production and/or performance in a medium appropriate to the target subject is required. Distinguished is defined as a lengthy and notable or prominent record of artistic and/or academic work in nationally or internationally recognized venues.
- Native or near native proficiency in English.
- Earned doctorate in film and/or media studies or a closely related discipline.
- Demonstrated competence in teaching film and media theory, history, and/or criticism