USC’s School of Cinematic Arts invites applications for two full-time positions

USC’s School of Cinematic Arts invites applications for two full-time positions in the Editing Track of the Production Division. At least one of these positions will be a tenured track position.
 
Applicants for the positions should possess notable, recognized credits in editing. Though credits in film and television are desirable, strong professional credits in other, non‑traditional forms of editing, are desired.  Teaching experience ispreferred. An advanced degree is desirable but not mandatory.
 
Candidates should have comfort in both traditional and non-traditional forms of editing, be comfortable with emerging technologies, and have a strong sense of story structure with both narrative fiction and non-fiction storytelling techniques. Demonstrated, award-winning expertise is a plus.


Successful candidates will be expected to teach several undergraduate or graduate classes each semester, mentor students, as well as to serve on a number of school and university committees. They are also expected to continue to produce work while teaching.
 
Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications.
 
Details on how to apply can be found at http://bit.ly/TKiB1g
 
USC is an EOE/Affirmative Action employer and the School of Cinematic Arts has a flexible leave policy for faculty. USC values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups, are encouraged to apply. 
 
The Division of Film and Television Production offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts and the Master of Fine Arts degrees. The primary goals of the degree programs in film and television production are to develop the student’s ability to express original ideas on film or video and to instill a thorough understanding of the technical and aesthetic aspects of motion pictures and television. Courses in production provide individual and group filmmaking experiences and the opportunity to learn all aspects of filmmaking in a collaborative environment.  
 
To apply, please file an application at USC’s web site at http://bit.ly/V49nbC and also please send a cover letter and a complete curriculum vitae (including educational and professional experience) by February 15, 2013 to:
 
Professor Norman Hollyn
Chair, Search Committee
USC School of Cinematic Arts
University Park, SCA 428
Los Angeles, CA  90089-2211
 
Emailed applications will be accepted at:
 
Norman  Hollyn
Professor, Editing Track Head
University of Southern California
School of Cinematic Arts
900 West 34th Street, SCA 428
Los Angeles, CA  90089-2211
323-275-1869 office
213-740-3395 fax

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