We are seeking candidates with the experience and vision to merge the art and craft of cinematic storytelling with the strengths of the first degree-granting theater conservatory in the country. While film and television is not a degree-granting major in the School of Drama, work for camera is integral to every discipline we teach. Responsibilities: Organize and lead a visionary, interdisciplinary curriculum. Teach and mentor students in every discipline taught, including the BFA and MFA acting, directing, dramatic writing, dramaturgy, design, and production technology programs. Anchor a team of interdisciplinary instructors at the top of their fields. Cultivate a film and television practicum in a collaborative, instructive environment. Advisement of students in classwork and production.
Qualifications: An established reputation in the film and television industry. Prior leadership and teaching experience in an academic or production context. An MFA degree OR commensurate professional experience. Proven skill at leading teams in camera-based production both in front of and behind the lens. Experience with a broad range of film and television genres and a working knowledge of myriad producing and creative disciplines. Experience with new technologies such as performance capture, digital media, special effects, 3D, VR or others.
To apply please submit a cover letter, CV, teaching philosophy, and a document listing three references with contact information to apply.interfolio.com/45535 by November 15, 2017.