The School of Literature, Media, and Communication (https://www.lmc.gatech.edu) at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, Georgia) is seeking to fill a non-tenure-track faculty position in Post Production and Visual Effects, core subjects to teach in our bachelor’s degree programs. We are seeking a student-centered educator who prioritizes student success and incorporates real-world industry practices into his teaching.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
- Teach undergraduate courses in the following subject areas: post-production, advanced post-production, video production, and advanced video production. The typical teaching load is 3/3 in the fall and spring semesters.
- Organize and coordinate interactive content and immersive pedagogical strategies for the entire sequence of these courses within the undergraduate curriculum.
- Develop outward-facing initiatives that highlight student success and increase the visibility of the film program.
- Maintain a creative agenda and integrate new knowledge into courses for continuous innovation.
- Participate in relevant school, college and institute services.
University degree in film production or a related discipline
- MFA or PhD, in film production or a related field
- Willingness to design new course offerings in the field of film production
- University teaching experience and industry experience in post-production and/or visual effects.
- A record of creative work in film, television and/or media
- Experience integrating and designing practical approaches to learning current post-production workflows and industry-standard non-linear editing software
- Demonstrated competency and creative mastery in the field of filmmaking with a specialization in post-production and visual effects
Required documents to attach
Applicants should submit the following:
- an application letter
- a resume or resume
- a statement of philosophy for teaching, mentoring, and advising undergraduate students
- a description of teaching interests
A creative portfolio and three references will be requested at a later date.
Apply before the date
Applications will be considered as starting points January 15, 2024 or until the position is filled.
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Georgia Tech prides itself on its technological resources, collaborations, highly qualified student body, and commitment to building an outstanding and diverse community of learning, discovery, and creation. We strongly encourage applicants whose values align with our institutional values as outlined in our strategic plan. These values include academic excellence, diversity of thought and experience, research and innovation, collaboration and community, and ethical behavior and responsibility. Georgia Tech has policies in place to promote a healthy work-life balance and recognizes that faculty recruitment may require balancing the demands of two careers.
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About the School of Literature, Media and Communications (LMC) at the Georgia Institute of Technology
The School of Literature, Media and Communication is a multidisciplinary program. It offers degrees in literature, media and communications and in computational media, MS degrees in digital media, human-computer interaction, and a Ph.D. in digital media. Film and media courses are offered in these and adjacent programs and attract a wide range of students. The school includes the Writing and Communications Program, the Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, and the Institute’s Communications Center (CommLab), providing discipline-specific courses and communications support to a campus-wide audience. For more information, visit www.lmc.gatech.edu.
LMC’s film production curriculum includes video production, advanced video production, documentary production, introduction to post-production, and advanced post-production. It has its own post-production lab with access to the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite and DaVinci Resolve software. It is also home to LMCFilms, a production lab that equips students across the LMC curriculum with industry-standard filmmaking tools and best collaborative practices to promote sophisticated visual aesthetics and prepare them for success in the Georgia film industry. For more information, visit lmcfilmc.lmc.gatech.edu.
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1. Students are our top priority.
2. We strive for excellence.
3. We thrive on diversity.
4. We celebrate collaboration.
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