Instructor – Department of Communication – University of West Florida – Pensacola, FL
Company: University of West Florida
Location: Pensacola, FL
University of West Florida
Job no: 493574
Work type: Faculty Full-time
Location: Pensacola – Main Campus
Categories: Advertising, Arts & Media, College of Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities, Communication, Faculty
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Position Title (Classification Title):
Instructor – Department of Communication 111370
Instructor – Department of Communication
The Department of Communication at the University of West Florida invites candidates to apply for a non-tenure earning faculty position in our Radio, Television and Film sequence. The successful candidate will possess sufficient professional experience and academic achievement to be appointed at the rank of instructor. This is a 9-month position that includes a 4-4 teaching load, with the possible opportunity for summer teaching dependent on budget and enrollment. Typical classes include, but are not limited to, Film Styles, Writing for Film, TV, and Radio, History of Motion Pictures, TV Production, Electronic Field Production, History of TV, Broadcast Management, Film Production, Documentary Film and TV. Aside from teaching, responsibilities include department, college, university and professional service. Salary will be competitive and dependent on experience and qualifications
Dept. of Communication
The successful candidate will have, at a minimum, a master’s degree in the teaching discipline from an accredited institution. In addition, the successful candidate must have a record of excellence in teaching at the university level.
A Master of Fine Arts or an earned doctorate in communication or a closely related field from an accredited institution is preferred. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate proficiency in studio and field broadcasting.
Essential Functions / Job Duties:
- 85% – Teaching courses as assigned in the Radio, Television and Film sequence within the Department of Communication. – (Essential)
- 15% – Departmental, College, University and professional service. – (Essential)
- Physical Requirements: No unusual physical requirement. Requires no heavy lifting and nearly all work is performed in a comfortable indoor facility.
- Impact of Deadlines: Routine deadlines. Usually sufficient lead time. Variance in work volume, seasonal, and predictable. Priorities can be anticipated. Some interruptions are present. Involves occasional exposure to demands/pressures from persons other than immediate sup.
- Standing: Daily
- Walking: Frequently
- Sitting: Frequently
- Reaching with hands and arms: Frequently
- Climbing or balancing: Occasionally
- Stooping: Occasionally
- Use of hands to handle objects: Frequently
- Lifting up to 10lbs: Frequently
- Lifting up to 25lbs: Occasionally
- Lifting over 25lbs: Never
- Talking as express or exchange of ideas verbally: Daily
- Hearing as perceive sound by ear: Daily
- Vision as distinguish colors & depth: Daily
Special Requirements or Considerations of the Job:
A criminal background screening is required for the finalist.
Number of Vacancies
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
$49,500 – $51,000
- Letter of Application/Interest
Advertised: February 21, 2020
Applications close: March 09, 2020