From: Nicole Koschmann (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Dec 19 2008 - 08:01:11 PST
Thank you so much, Meg. I will definitely apply! Have a really good trip!
On Friday, December 19, 2008, at 06:45AM, "Margaret Jamieson" <email suppressed> wrote:
>Assistant Professor ? Cinema Production
>Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts
>Roy H. Park School of Communications
>The Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts Department at Ithaca College
>invites applications for a tenure-eligible Assistant Professor
>position in cinema production, beginning August 16, 2009. Primary
>teaching assignments will be across the range of cinema production
>courses, including HD video and double-system 16mm film production.
>Additional teaching responsibilities will include courses in the
>candidate?s areas of expertise. Candidates must be able to teach
>introductory through advanced level cinema production classes. The
>candidate appointed to this position will teach 21 credit hours per
>academic year (typically a 2/3 course load) and will also act as
>academic advisor to students and serve on Department, School, and
>College committees. Reassigned time for specific academic/creative
>proposals up to one course per year may be available through College
>faculty development programs. In addition, the Park School of
>Communications provides substantial support for specific academic/
>creative proposals under the auspices of the Pendleton Faculty
>Research and Production Grant Program. Qualifications: MFA in
>cinema preferred. A terminal degree in a related discipline and/or
>exceptional professional experience will be considered. An ideal
>candidate will have significant experience in HD and 16mm work flows
>and additional demonstrated expertise in at least one of the
>following: editing, post-production, or emerging forms, including
>web, interactive, and immersive media. An ideal candidate should:
>1) demonstrate teaching effectiveness appropriate for an
>undergraduate cinema program; 2) demonstrate skills in 16mm and
>digital motion picture technologies and techniques; and 3) possess an
>ability to work in a program that blends creative exploration and
>Ithaca College is an independent, residential, comprehensive college
>with an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 6,000 students and
>is located in the scenic Finger Lakes Region of central New York.
>The Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts at Ithaca
>College confers both B.S. and B.F.A. degree programs with a strong
>commitment to integrating production and critical studies. The Roy
>H. Park School of Communications is one of four professional schools
>within the College, and enrolls approximately 1,300 students in the
>majors of four undergraduate departments (Cinema, Photography, and
>Media Arts; Television-Radio; Journalism; and Strategic
>Communication). The Ithaca College Los Angeles Communications
>Program offers an internship-based full-semester program to junior
>and senior communication students. The Graduate Studies program
>offers an M.S. in Communications. Recent grants and bequests from
>the Park Foundation and the estate of James B. Pendleton, totaling
>over $27 million, have positioned the Park School as one of the
>strongest undergraduate communication programs in the nation and
>created state-of-the-art support facilities in film, video,
>photography, multi-media and telecommunications. Interested
>individuals should apply online at www.icjobs.org and attach the
>requested documents. Questions about the online application should
>be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274?1207.
>Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until
>the position is filled.
>Ithaca College is committed to building a diverse academic community
>and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply.
>Experience that contributes to the diversity of the college is
>For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.