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Endicott College

Chair, Visual Communication

Location: Beverly, MA
Posted: July 08, 2019
Application Deadline: November 30, 2019


Endicott College
Pam Donellan
376 Hale Street
Beverly, MA, 01915

Administrator for Visual Communications Department. Supervises Visual Communications faculty and adjuncts. Supervises accreditation and re-accreditation process of Visual Communications degrees. Develops curricula, teaches courses in the Visual Communications program, liaison with college support departments regarding technological facilities, coordinates special events and programming for the Department and advises students.

Qualifications include Master of Fine Arts Degree in Graphic Design, Communication Design or closely-aligned discipline, Doctorate preferred. Professional experience with web design, social media, human factors, experience design, game theory and design, kinetic typography, and computer animation. Working knowledge of related Front End Development technology (html, CSS, etc.), and the Adobe CC suite of design applications. Comprehension of photographic education and industry practices; including the fine arts, art direction, multimedia production, curation, theory, installation, film and video, and alternative processes. Familiarity with multimedia production, commercial photography, and photography within the visual arts. Current activity in local and/or national professional organizations: design and web development organizations and professional photography organizations. Comprehensive portfolio of award-winning design work. Five to ten years professional design experience including supervisory and administrative experience. Three to five years college-level teaching experience.

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