Major Duties: - Teach courses in the Multimedia Arts Technology-Music (MAT) Program, including courses involving creating audio for video and video editing, upper-level special topics courses, and overseeing year-long Capstone Projects.- Coordinate the MAT program, including managing of technology in workspaces, planning budgets to acquire new/replacement technology, and overseeing graduate students.- Engage in service to the School, College, and University; and in recruitment activities.- Collaborate with other faculty.- Other teaching and non-teaching assignments determined by departmental needs and applicant qualifications.
Minimum Qualifications: - MM or MFA in Multimedia Arts Technology or related field, such as Music Technology, Sound Art, or a degree focused on digital media from an accredited institution.- Knowledge of and experience working with both audio and video software and hardware.- Previous teaching experience.- Demonstrated record of professional activities and research involving digital media, including non-academic projects such as sound design, music for video games or other media, video projects, computer programming work, designing electronics, live sound reinforcement and event management, and/or presentations of your research or creative work at academic conferences.- Strong interpersonal, communication, and collaborative arts.
Internal Number: 352_56088
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