SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Asst Prof, Perform Arts-Techn Theatre in SALT LAKE CITY, Utah

Position Information Position Title Assistant Professor, Performing Arts - Technical Theatre Open Internally or Externally External If faculty, tenure track status Tenure Track Reports to (title) Associate Dean Department Div of Arts-Comm-Digital Med Requisition Number F17017 Position Type Replacement Job Category Faculty FT-PT Full-time Initial Work Location Multiple Locations Starting Salary Min: $44,394-Academic Year Job Open Date 10-11-2017 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Priority Review Date 11-30-2017 Job Summary The School of Arts, Communication & Media, located in the state-of-the-art Center for Arts and Media at South City Campus, offers a diverse array of disciplines and programs that engage and inspire all Salt Lake Community College students. The convergence of talent among students, faculty and staff produces a quality educational experience unmatched by any other two-year college. The Performing Arts Department enables students to discover and diversify their talents through an assortment of platforms, in environments which encourage and celebrate freedom of expression. Students who major in performing arts can become designers, technicians, actors, songwriters, comedians, dancers, musicians and singers. Under supervision of the Associate Dean, the successful candidate will teach a variety college courses, both general education in theatre, as well as courses within the program: 1. Scenic Design for Theatre, Dance, and Film 2. Lighting Design for Theatre, Dance, and Film 3. Sound Design for Theatre and Dance 4. Stagecraft 5. Theatre Lab 6. Intro to Theatre or Film and Culture 7. And depending on interest-experience: -Basic Audio Production -Stage makeup -Costume Design -Scenic Painting The successful candidate also will mentor students through execution of set, lighting, and sound design for theatre, dance, and film productions. Essential Responsibilities and Duties Teach a minimum of contractual hours in Theatre and Division courses. Design and implement scenery and lighting for theatre, dance and film productions as needed and scheduled. Participate in service to the Department, division, school and college; other committees as needed and-or requested. Essential Responsibilities and Duties Continued Participate in curriculum development and implementation. Advise students; outreach and recruitment activities. Accept other duties as assigned. Preferred Qualifications 1. Graduate level coursework in Scenic Design, Lighting Design, Sound Design, Make-Up Design for theatre. 2. PhD in Theatre. 3. Knowledge of and ability to teach current and emerging entertainment technologies such as: projections LED technologies pixel mapping technologies moving light and intelligent light operation, etc. 4. Professional experience leading a production team. 5. Experience working with unique communities (for example, autism spectrum, differently-abled, aged, etc.) 6. Experience working in online educational platforms. 7. Experience working in the community college environment — curriculum development, service, committee work, etc. 8. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and the ability to establish collegial relationships with faculty and staff. 9. Demonstrated experience with community engagement and audience building. 10. Demonstrated commitment to improving access to, and retention in, higher education for students from communities traditionally under-represented in higher education. 11. Demonstrated experience in multicultural teaching practices. 12. Demonstrated experience teaching courses with an emphasis on cultural and ethnic diversity. 13. Evidence of skill using technology, such as Photoshop and video, as they relate to publicity-marketing, archival and artistic purposes. 14. Bilingual Minimum Qualifications 1. MA or MFA in Theatre from an accredited coll