SFAI Lecturer positions

From: Chris Kennedy (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Mar 23 2007 - 01:20:58 PDT

San Francisco Art Institute
Department of Film

The San Francisco Art Institute seeks applicants for a one-year (renewable)
full and part-time Visiting Lecturer positions in the Film department to
commence in 2007 or 2008. Applicants should have an advanced degree with at
least three years of college-level teaching experience, and significant
exhibition record and/or related professional work. The ideal candidate will
have extensive experience in cinema practices including film production,
video or new media cinematic forms, networks/online genres, installation,
criticism, theory and history. We are seeking individuals capable of
addressing narrative formats as well as a range of documentary genres.
Candidates are also being sought in critical theory and history of cinematic
forms. The ability to bridge multiple disciplines and contribute to
developing an integrative curriculum is required. Also, the successful
candidate should have experience working in collaborative, multidisciplinary
teams within a professional practice. Deadline for priority consideration is
May 1, 2007. Applications will be reviewed until the position(s) is filled.

Responsibilities: Candidates will be required to teach up to four courses
per year. Core teaching responsibilities include introductory through
advanced courses at the undergraduate (BA, BFA) and graduate (MA, MFA,
PBacc) levels; Candidates are required to participate curricular development
and work across the studio departments and interdisciplinary programs.

Qualifications: Preference given to candidates with an advanced degree and a
strong track record of teaching and research at the university level and as
well should have an active professional practice and international
recognition for their work.

Reports to: Department Chair

Salary: Commensurate based on qualifications

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