Endicott College Assistant Professor, TV/Film Production in Beverly, Massachusetts
Endicott College is seeking an Assistant Professor, TV/Film Production.
Endicott’s School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Humanities is seeking an Assistant Professor of TV/Film Production to join our faculty experts in the field of digital media.
Endicott’s comprehensive benefit package offers health, dental, and tuition benefits for you and your family along with a retirement plan with employer contributions. We are located approximately 20 miles north of Boston and parking is free. We are also accessible by commuter rail on the Newburyport/Rockport line. Come and explore Endicott’s seaside locale where employees are an important part of the bustling campus community. Apply today!
Teach eight courses per academic year (four in both the fall and spring semesters). Serve as lead instructor for such production courses as TV Studio I, TV Studio II, Introduction to Digital Filmmaking, and additional, upper level production courses. Other courses might include Media Aesthetics, Introduction to Multimedia Narrative and The Contemporary TV Industry, depending on one’s expertise.
Contribute to shaping the curriculum based on developments within the Film/TV industry.
Actively pursue professional development and experiential opportunities to prepare students for careers in TV and film.
Advise up to 25 students.
Oversee ECTV, the College's student-run television station, in exchange for course release time.
Provide service to the Division, School, and the College.
Actively participate in industry and professional organizations that help connect Endicott students to industry engagement.
Ph.D. or MFA in appropriate field required. Master’s Degree with significant industry experience considered. ABDs will be considered if degree completion is imminent.
Evidence of professional experience and/or ongoing scholarly activities (research, publications, presentations, etc.) that enhance teaching and deepen knowledge base in subject areas. Areas of expertise include scripted production, documentary production, directing, producing, and editing.
College-level teaching experience.
Experience in a liberal art setting and/or experiential learning.
Well-defined and innovative professional and/or academic experiences that complement and expand the existing strengths of the Division of Communication.
Since 2010, the Chronicle of Higher Education has consistently named Endicott College as a “Great College to Work For.” Endicott College is a Baccalaureate, Master and Doctoral degree granting institution located on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Endicott celebrates diversity and strives to bring a mix of talented people—representing a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills—together to do their best work. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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