Assistant Professor, Film and TV Production
Full-time Faculty Position in Film and Television Production - Fall 2024
The Department of Film and Television at Boston University’s College of Communication is seeking an Assistant Professor in the area of Production with expertise in film and video Editing. Qualified applicants will have a body of professional work in narrative or documentary Film or Television, an enthusiasm for teaching, and a demonstrated commitment to promoting inclusivity and diversity. Experience in production, multi-cam production, or VFX is helpful but not required. Applicants with an advanced degree or equivalent professional experience are equally encouraged to apply.
Boston University is committed to fostering an inclusive university community. Our Center for Antiracist Research, established in 2020 and helmed by the author, activist, and historian Ibram X. Kendi, is dedicated to scholarship, advocacy, and thought leadership both on campus and nationwide. The Center for Antiracist Research joins the Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies and The Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground as resources for intellectual discourse, active listening, and social engagement on campus. Our centers offer faculty grants for course and curriculum development, avenues for research, and opportunities for friendship and collaboration. Additionally, the University offers mentoring and professional development for faculty at all stages of their careers.
Duties for full-time faculty are in-person and include teaching three classes per semester at the undergraduate or graduate level, as well as committee work. Possible courses might include Editing, Advanced Editing, Post Production FX Editing, Production I, or Television Studio Production. Department faculty are also encouraged to propose and develop new courses in their field of expertise.
Boston University is committed to fostering a diverse university community within a supportive and respectful environment. From its earliest days, Boston University has opened its doors to women and people from underrepresented racial/ethnic groups. We believe the diversity of our faculty, students, and staff is essential to our success as a leading research university and is an integral component of institutional excellence.
Applicants should submit a resume or CV, the names and contact information for three references, and a cover letter that includes a statement of teaching philosophy. Applicants are also encouraged to send representative samples of professional work. Deadline for applications is November 1, 2023.
Electronic applications are preferred and should be sent to email@example.com. Materials may be sent by mail to the department administrator:
Ali Audet , Dept. Administrator
Department of Film and Television
College of Communication
640 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
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