Location: Pensacola, FL
Posted: July 28, 2015
Application Deadline: November 30, 2015
Pensacola State College
1000 College Blvd
Pensacola, FL, 32504
Department: Visual Arts
Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from a regionally accredited institution with an MA or MFA in photography, graphic design, or studio art with qualifications to teach two dimensional design, computer graphics , B&W film, color film, digital, and commercial photo and lighting classes. Successful results of a criminal background check are required.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Prefer post-secondary teaching experience and demonstrated work experience in the industry.
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS: Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume' to supplement the online application. If veteran's preference is claimed, a copy of the DD-214 must be submitted. The supplemental materials (cover letter, resume, transcripts, licenses, etc.) must be uploaded and assigned to the online application. If there are questions about this process contact Tanesha McCreary via email at email@example.com.
FRINGE BENEFITS: The value of the benefits package provided by the College is nearly 38% of the base salary and includes major medical insurance, life insurance and Florida retirement contributions. Supplemental life, dental, vision, and disability insurance are available at group rates. Other benefits offered include participation in the wellness program, tuition waivers, educational opportunities, and paid sick leave.
Duties: The Photography/Foundations Instructor position is a 9-month, tenure-track faculty position with an anticipated start date of August 2015. The successful candidate will teach photography and foundations courses as assigned. This position requires effective teaching and advising of diverse students; excellent oral and written communication skills; and a commitment to the comprehensive state college mission. The successful candidate will work as part of a team to support foundation classes for photography, graphic design, and studio arts majors; prepare course plans and materials; effectively deliver subject matter content; monitor student attendance and progress; participate on departmental and College committees; participate in curriculum development; support activities that foster retention; participate in the selection of textbooks; perform assessments of student learning outcomes; and take part in other service and professional development activities. Multiple campus, day, evening, and distance learning teaching assignments are possible.
This position reports to the District Academic Department Head, Visual Arts.
Salary: $34,828.00 - $40,828.00 for 9-month contract with the master's degree.
Summer assignments are available and overload assignments may be available. (Entry level salary is computed and based on authority of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.)
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled