This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: Education
Reporting to the Chair, School of Community Studies, the professor is responsible for developing an effective learning environment for students by participating in the design, revision and updating of curriculum by teaching assigned courses and providing academic leadership. Subjects to be taught include and not limited to the following; Technical Production, Scenic Construction, Special Effects, Sound Technology and other courses in related areas of Entertainment Technology.
Candidates require a minimum of a Bachelor Degree in Media Technologies or a related field. Minimum five (5) years experience is required in the entertainment or similar industry.
Additional desirable skills include the following:
* Demonstrate experience teaching adult students at a post-secondary level.
* Demonstrate committment to teaching and learning.
* Excellent oral and written communication skills.
* Willingness to serve on departmental and other college committees.
* Promotion of excellence in their field.
* Experience in course/curriculum development.
* Ability to work as a member of a team.
* Excellent computer abilities including the utilization of computer programs and experience with multi-media presentation.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Please forward your resume quoting the competition #12-F-03 either
by fax at (519)972-2754,
by online application at www.stclaircollege.ca/hr_resumes/ or
by mail to Human Resources, St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, Ontario N9A 6S4
Please use one method only.
St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology offers a wide variety of programs and courses leading to two and three year diplomas, an applied degree, as well as one year certificates. Areas of study at the Windsor campus include Applied Arts & Science, Business, Creative Arts, Engineering & Manufacturing Technology, Health Sciences, Building Design & Construction Technology, Scenic Construction, Skilled Trades and Community Studies. The Thames campus in Chatham provides programs in the School of Academics and the School of Nursing.