LECTURER OF MASS COMMUNICATION AND CHANNEL 6 TELEVISION DIRECTOR-DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE
Responsibilities will include management of a student and professional staff, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties, establishing and implementing station policies, goals, objectives, and procedures, overseeing activities directly related to Channel 6 productions, maintaining operating budget, and mentoring student producers.
Applicant will be required to maintain broadcast equipment for three camera studio, multi-camera on location production applications, several digital editing suites, master control operation and signal quality control.
Additionally, applicant will be responsible for teaching 6 credit hours per semester. Classes include but are not limited to:
Script Analysis, Classical Film Theory, Cinematography, Producing the Motion Picture, Broadcast Journalism Production and Electronic Media Applications.
Required experience in motion graphics, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Master Collection, Video Toaster (VT5), Tricaster, and Atem Switchers, Leightronix Nexus, EFP & ENG cameras and other hardware/software.
Master's Degree in a related area is required and a terminal degree is preferred; professional experience and/or colIege teaching experience preferred. Student television advising experience is required. The successful candidate is one committed to teaching broadcast journalism and film in a liberal arts environment, and is also intent on maintaining an active artistic and scholarly life.
Ten-month Lecturer position, to start August 2013.
Review of applications will begin January 15, 2013, and the position will remain open until position is filled. Submit letter of application, resume/CV, reel, and telephone numbers of three references to:
Mass Communication Search Committee
Dept of Mass Comm. and Theatre
Stanley Russ HalI #216
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, Arkansas 72035
E-mail John Gale, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 501 450-3162
Fax: 501 852-2375
The Department and the Program:
The Department of Mass Communication and Theatre offers degrees in either Theatre or Mass Communication (with degrees in filmmaking, journalism, and theatre). The Department has 300+ majors, offers BA and BS degrees, produces motion pictures and television programs, operates a television station, and publishes campus newspapers and a yearbook.
Founded in 1907, the University of Central Arkansas is a fully accredited public institution that awards bachelors, masters, specialist and doctoral degrees. The University has an enrollment of approximately 11,000 students and a faculty of over 400.
Conway, a community of 50,000 with 3 universities, is located thirty miles northwest of Little Rock.