Assistant, associate professor, or artist-in-residence expert in documentary film will teach undergraduate level courses in filmmaking, with an area of emphasis in post-production techniques and workflow. Continue expanding the documentary film program based on his/her industry experience in filmmaking or other possible areas such as motion design. Manages film program facilities and advises students in their classes and film projects. Continues developing projects that raises the prestige of the university. An artist-in-residence can expect to fill the position for at least a year, and an assistant/associate professor may be brought on permanently.
A Master of Fine Arts in Film is preferred, but exceptionally strong candidates without a graduate degree will be considered.
A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, with a strong portfolio that demonstrates passion for nonfiction narratives, social issue media, and/or commercial filmmaking.
A commitment to teamwork/collegiality.
Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly in mentoring students and guiding them through their creative projects.
Experience with multiple NLE, color grading, and 2D/3D motion design and compositing platforms.
Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.