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Assistant Professor - 9 month

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Position Details Position Information Posting Number F466P Quick Link for Posting http://jobs.uark.edu/postings/30934 Working Title Assistant Professor - 9 month Department Interior Design About the University Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas is a land grant institution, classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the nation’s top 2 percent of universities with the highest level of research activity. The University of Arkansas works to advance Arkansas and build a better world through education, research and outreach by providing transformational opportunities and skills, promoting an inclusive and diverse culture and climate, and nurturing creativity, discovery and the spread of new ideas and innovations. Ten colleges and schools serve more than 27,600 students with 200 academic programs. U of A students earn nationally competitive awards at an impressive rate and represent all 50 states and 120 countries. The University of Arkansas campus is located in Fayetteville, a welcoming community ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S. The growing region surrounding Fayetteville is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies and one of the nation’s strongest economies. Northwest Arkansas is also quickly gaining a national reputation for its focus on the arts and overall quality of life. Arkansas is a natural wonder of forests, mountains and lakes framed by picturesque rivers and streams. Some of the best outdoor amenities and most spectacular hiking trails are a short drive from campus. As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary. About the College/Department INTERIOR DESIGN DEPARTMENT Established 40 years ago, the Interior Design Department has more than 120 undergraduate students and a faculty with strong professional practice experience and broad based, scholarly research accomplishment. Graduates have had a 100% employment rate over the last four years at nationally and internationally recognized design firms from coast to coast. The accredited professional program requires and provides high-quality international education and cross-disciplinary studio experiences. Overarching values guiding the faculty are a commitment to a rigorous team-taught, process-driven design education, integration of research/creative activity into classroom teaching, assimilation of teamwork skills by our students, emphasis on inclusive environments, and the realization of sustainable design solutions. Students develop strong conceptual and spatial design and technical skills through experimentation, discovery, iteration, and invention. Required practice-based internships in locations across the US and internationally build relationships between students and potential employers and produce sophisticated graduates capable of performing in a wide range of creative contexts. A supportive professional advisory board includes successful design leaders from across the country and assists the Department in achieving its goals and promoting the program. International education in locations such as Rome, London, Mexico, and Scandinavia; regular studio-based field trips to national urban centers (Chicago, NYC, Dallas, San Francisco, Las Vegas, St. Louis, Kansas City); transdisciplinary collaboration; minors in sustainability, business, history and theory, and urban design; and graduate concentrations in retail and hospitality design, resiliency design, and pending approval from the ADHE preservation design, integrative wood design, and wellness design enrich students’ creative expression, deepen knowledge bases and cultural awareness, and build critical thinking skills. Student creativity and competency have been evidenced in the Gensler-Brinkmann Scholarship competition and recent awarding of three prestigious national Donghia scholarships as well as numerous ASID design awards. FAY JONES SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AND COMMUNITY In addition to its CIDA-accredited, undergraduate degree in landscape architecture, the Fay Jones School of Architecture Design includes highly regarded accredited professional programs in architecture and interior design and an award-winning Community Design Center. International education is required for all students and established programs in Rome, Mexico City, and Scandinavia among other locations. These opportunities introduce students to interior environments, buildings, cities and landscapes very different from their own, enriching their design vocabulary and deepening their understanding of other cultures. A rigorous Honors program within the School engages exceptional students in experiential education that deepens classroom learning. The school’s honors curriculum targets students interested in independent exploration of topics related to the natural and built environment. Students benefit further from diverse and committed alumni, a vibrant professional network, and the voices of leading design thinkers from around the globe. A robust lecture and growing workshop series bring nationally and internationally known practitioners, artists, authors and educators to the campus to share their projects and philosophies with students and faculty in all disciplines. Recently, Monica Ponce de Leon, Juhani Pallasmaa, Chris Reed, and Margie Ruddick have been among the leading thinkers to engage students in design discourse. Our existing professional and industry relationships and over 3000 alumni provide a robust professional network along with opportunities regionally and internationally. The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is located in Vol Walker Hall and the Steven L Anderson Design Center, an award-winning addition and renovation that affords exemplary learning environments for students, and an outstanding teaching and working facility for faculty and staff. Completed in 2013, the building has received numerous accolades including a 2018 AIA Honor Award for the work completed by Marlon Blackwell Architects and Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects. The School’s state-of-the-art resources in computational design and design robotics as well as fabrication labs inform student and faculty making and design processes. The facility includes a Multimedia Center, Design Shop, Maker Lab, Materials Lab, exhibition gallery, and related lecture hall, classrooms and seminar spaces. Additionally, off-campus maker spaces, the U of A Community Design Center, U of A Resiliency Center, and the Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs (https://www.garvangardens.org/) expand teaching and research opportunities for both students and faculty. The developing Windgate Art and Design District will provide for multiple facilities supporting the School of Architecture and Design and the School of Art. The University of Arkansas’ School of Art offers degrees in art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture including a Master of Fine Arts. The School is located in a rich architecture and design community. The work of Fay Jones and Edward Durrell Stone, along with the mid-century legacy found on the University of Arkansas campus and in the nearby region, establishes the historical legacy. The contemporary work of Marlon Blackwell Architects, Modus Studio, Marvel Architects, Wheeler Kearns Architects, Nelson Byrd Woltz, and SILO ARD contribute to the distinctive regional and national dialogue about contemporary design. In addition to outstanding architecture and design, there is an abiding commitment to the visual and performing arts. Northwest Arkansas is home to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The Momentary, 21C Museum Hotel, Scott Family Amazeum, Walton Arts Center, Theater Squared, Arkansas Music Pavilion, and a host of nationally recognized art, music, and food venues enhancing quality of life for students and families. Nicknamed the Natural State, Arkansas boasts diverse outdoor activities in settings that include forest lands, limestone caves, rivers, and lakes protected in nearby state and national parks and wilderness areas. Business diversity contributes to the economic vitality of the region. There are seven Fortune 500 companies located in Northwest Arkansas with Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, being the most notable. Additionally, more than 300 additional Fortune 500 companies have located satellite offices in the area. Entrepreneurs find equal ground, further diversifying this business environment. DataFox names Fayetteville the third best place to start a business. This business environment provides a depth of opportunity for career development and NWA was ranked second in Forbes’ “2017 Best Midsize Cities for Jobs.” Affordable living, economic opportunity, and social and cultural richness make Fayetteville an outstanding place to live, work, and study. Sperling’s Best Places Index lists Fayetteville’s cost of living as 91.4, almost 9 percent below the national average and the 2018 Business Insider identified Fayetteville as the fifth Best Place to Live in America. Fayetteville Public Schools are ranked No. 1 in Arkansas. Department Home Page https://fayjones.uark.edu Job Type Faculty Faculty Status Tenure Track Appointment Percent 100 Benefits Eligible Yes Salary Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience Campus, Office Location Fayetteville Campus - Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design Summary of Job Duties The Assistant Professor will be teaching at the undergraduate level and graduate levels, pursuing peer-reviewed scholarly and creative inquiry and providing service to the department, school, university, and community is foundational expectations. The typical teaching assignment is one studio and one lecture or seminar per semester. This tenure-track Assistant Professor position will lead studio and classroom instruction, create curriculum material, construct syllabi, assess student knowledge and skills, advise students, and provide other scholastic achievement guidance. Minimum Qualifications: Please ensure that all relevant application materials include details addressing the minimum qualifications. Applicants not meeting the minimum qualifications will be disqualified from consideration. Terminal graduate degree in interior design / interior architecture, or allied discipline such as graphic design, furniture design, architecture or landscape architecture conferred by the start of employment An active or developing research, scholarship or creative activity agenda Excellent body of creative design work Excellent writing and interpersonal communication skills Experience working collaboratively Preferred Qualifications One or more degrees in interior design / interior architecture Experience teaching innovative design studios and lectures/seminars Ability and desire to promote interior design education and professional practice Demonstrated success working in a multidisciplinary team Professional practice experience designing interior space Engagement in the professional design community NCIDQ certification (or the ability to complete the exam prior to tenure) Physical activities associated with this position The following physical activities are associated with the position and will be performed with or without an accommodation. All individuals are encouraged to apply. Occasionally: Driving Sharps Frequently: Manipulate items with fingers, including keyboarding Hearing Repetitive motion Sitting Standing Talking Employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; and/or visual inspection at distances close to the eyes. Employee is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned (i.e., custodial, general laborer, lab personnel, etc.) or to make general observations of facilities or structures (i.e., security guard). Types of Background Checks Required National criminal background and registered sex offender check Pre-employment Screening Requirements The University of Arkansas is committed to providing a safe campus community. We conduct background checks for applicants being considered for employment. Background checks include a criminal background check and a sex offender registry check. For certain positions, there may also be a financial (credit) background check, a Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) check, and/or drug screening. Required checks are identified in the position listing. A criminal conviction or arrest pending adjudication or adverse financial history information alone shall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationship to the requirements of the position. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. Posting Detail Information Future Open Date Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Anticipated Start Date 08/12/2019 Anticipated End Date Recruitment Contact Information Jennifer Webb, Ph.D. Professor of Interior Design Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design jwebbuark.edu 1 University of Arkansas 120 WALK Fayetteville, AR 72701 All application materials must be uploaded to the U of A’s employment system at jobs.uark.edu. Please do not send to listed recruitment contact. Special Instructions Summary An application may be accomplished in a two-step process. Initial submission including curriculum vitae, cover letter/letter of interest, and a list of contact information for three references are requested by December 17, 2018. To receive first consideration, full submission of all materials including a portfolio must be submitted by January 4, 2019. Review of all completed applications will commence upon receipt and remain open until the position is filled. Please include the following: 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. Letter of Interest (2-page maximum) The letter should clearly describe the candidate’s vision of interior design education and practice, and his/her approach to teaching, scholarship, and design. It should also describe the candidate’s academic and professional experience as it applies to the required and preferred qualifications listed above. 3. Names, titles, and contact information for three references (include email, telephone, and nature of association) 4. List of the previous courses taught with roles, responsibilities, and work samples (if applicable) 5. Portfolio (30 page maximum, 2.5GB maximum) in PDF format with select images of recent and relevant: a) professional, scholarly, and creative work with associated project descriptions b) student work completed under the direction of the applicant with associated project descriptions c) abstracts for research papers/manuscripts (if appropriate) Portfolios will be collected through uark.box.com. Once you complete your application, you will receive an email in one to two business days with a link to upload your portfolio materials to uark.box.com. For questions or assistance with uploading your materials, please contact Human Resources at (479) 575-5351. Official transcripts will be required from finalists. Hiring Location 222 Administration Building Fayetteville, AR 72701. EEO Statement The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The university welcomes applications without regard to race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. Internal Posting No Work Location Fayetteville, AR Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). Documents Needed to Apply Required Documents Curriculum Vitae Cover Letter/Letter of Application List of three Professional References (name, title, email address and contact number) Other Document Optional Documents Proof of Veterans Status

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Department Head

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Position Details Position Information Posting Number F470P Quick Link for Posting http://jobs.uark.edu/postings/31508 Working Title Department Head Department Architecture About the University Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas is a land grant institution, classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the nation’s top 2 percent of universities with the highest level of research activity. The University of Arkansas works to advance Arkansas and build a better world through education, research and outreach by providing transformational opportunities and skills, promoting an inclusive and diverse culture and climate, and nurturing creativity, discovery and the spread of new ideas and innovations. Ten colleges and schools serve more than 27,600 students with 200 academic programs. U of A students earn nationally competitive awards at an impressive rate and represent all 50 states and 120 countries. The University of Arkansas campus is located in Fayetteville, a welcoming community ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S. The growing region surrounding Fayetteville is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies and one of the nation’s strongest economies. Northwest Arkansas is also quickly gaining a national reputation for its focus on the arts and overall quality of life. Arkansas is a natural wonder of forests, mountains and lakes framed by picturesque rivers and streams. Some of the best outdoor amenities and most spectacular hiking trails are a short drive from campus. As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary. About the College/Department DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE The Department of Architecture offers two degrees, a four-year Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and an accredited five-year professional Bachelor of Architecture. The Department has 367 students (fall 2018), and 17 faculty. The Department participates in the interdisciplinary Master of Design Studies Degree in the Fay Jones School, with concentrations in Resiliency Design and Retail and Hospitality Design, and planned concentrations in Integrated Wood Design, Preservation Design, Housing Design, and Health and Wellness Design. FAY JONES SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE and DESIGN AND COMMUNITY The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design includes highly regarded accredited professional programs in interior design and landscape architecture and an award-winning University of Arkansas Community Design Center, University of Arkansas Resiliency Center, and Garvan Woodland Gardens. International education is required for all students in the School, with established programs in Rome, Mexico City, and Scandinavia among other locations. These opportunities introduce students to interior environments, buildings, cities and landscapes very different from their own, enriching their design vocabulary and deepening their understanding of other cultures. A rigorous Honors Program within the School engages exceptional students in experiential education that deepens classroom learning. The School’s Honors curriculum targets students interested in independent exploration of topics related to the natural and built environment. Students benefit further from diverse and committed alumni across the nation, a vibrant professional network, and the voices of leading design thinkers from around the globe. A robust lecture, exhibition, and workshop series brings nationally and internationally known practitioners, artists, authors and educators to the campus to share their projects and philosophies with students and faculty in all disciplines. Recently, Hillary Sample, Michael Meredith, Chris Reed, Georgeen Theodore, and Carol Ross Barney have been among the design leaders to engage students in design discourse. Our existing professional and industry relationships and over 3000 alumni provide a robust professional network along with opportunities regionally and internationally. The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is located in Vol Walker Hall and the Steven L Anderson Design Center, an award-winning addition and renovation that affords exemplary learning environments for students, and an outstanding teaching and working facility for faculty and staff. Completed in 2013, the LEED Gold building has received numerous accolades, including a 2018 AIA Honor Award for the work completed by Marlon Blackwell Architects and Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects. The School’s resources in computational design, machine shops and fabrication labs inform student and faculty making and design processes. The facility includes a Multimedia Center, Design Shop, Maker Lab, Materials Lab, exhibition gallery, and related lecture hall, classrooms and seminar spaces. Additionally, off-campus BuildLab, the U of A Community Design Center (https://uacdc.uark.edu), U of A Resiliency Center, and the Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs (https://www.garvangardens.org/) expand teaching and research opportunities for both students and faculty. In the near future, the School will benefit from the inauguration of the Anthony Timberlands Center for Design and Materials Innovation, a new 50,000 square foot facility combining research and design workshops and graduate program spaces. The developing Windgate Art and Design District will provide for multiple facilities supporting the School of Architecture and Design and the School of Art. The University of Arkansas’ School of Art offers degrees in art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture including a Master of Fine Arts. The School is located in a rich architecture and design community. The work of Fay Jones and Edward Durrell Stone, along with the mid-century legacy found on the University of Arkansas campus and in the nearby region, establishes the historical legacy. The contemporary work of Marlon Blackwell Architects, Modus Studio, Marvel Architects, Wheeler Kearns Architects, Nelson Byrd Woltz, DeLeon & Primmer, Duvall Decker, Carol Ross Barney, and SILO ARD contribute to the distinctive regional and national dialogue about contemporary design. In addition to outstanding architecture and design, there is an abiding commitment to the visual and performing arts. Northwest Arkansas is home to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The Momentary (contemporary art), 21C Museum Hotel, Scott Family Amazeum, Walton Arts Center, Theater Squared, Arkansas Music Pavilion, and a host of nationally recognized art, music, and food venues enhancing quality of life for students and families. Nicknamed the Natural State, Arkansas boasts diverse outdoor activities in settings that include forest lands, limestone caves, rivers, and lakes protected in nearby state and national parks and wilderness areas. Business diversity contributes to the economic vitality of the region. There are seven Fortune 500 companies located in Northwest Arkansas with Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, being the most notable. Additionally, more than 300 additional Fortune 500 companies have located satellite offices in the area. Entrepreneurs find equal ground, further diversifying this business environment. DataFox names Fayetteville the third best place to start a business. This business environment provides a depth of opportunity for career development and NWA was ranked second in Forbes’ “2017 Best Midsize Cities for Jobs.” Affordable living, economic opportunity, and social and cultural richness make Fayetteville an outstanding place to live, work, and study. Sperling’s Best Places Index lists Fayetteville’s cost of living as 91.4, almost 9 percent below the national average and the 2018 Business Insider identified Fayetteville as the fifth Best Place to Live in America. Fayetteville Public Schools are ranked No. 1 in Arkansas. Department Home Page https://fayjones.uark.edu Job Type Faculty Faculty Status Tenured Appointment Percent 100 Benefits Eligible Yes Salary Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience Campus, Office Location Fayetteville Campus - Vol Walker Hall Summary of Job Duties The Department Head reports to the Dean and supervises faculty in the architecture department. This position works to develop and manage the academic program and will benefit from the appointment of an Associate Head as a new administrative position to assist department management. The new Head will work with the Dean on the selection of the Associate Head. The Head is responsible for the Department’s curriculum and assessment, fiscal management, and student affairs. Experience in leadership and management is an asset. Skills as a mentor and facilitator are critical to this position to help support and develop faculty and to help promote and blend the diverse viewpoints that come from a robust architecture faculty. The Head will maintain and grow a diverse, inclusive and collaborative culture. Meaningful connections to the profession of architecture and contemporary practice and a commitment to maintaining the high quality of the curriculum and teaching are also important. The Head will work with the Fay Jones School of Architecture Design to support the School’s new strategic plan and grow the interdisciplinary capacity of the School in its teaching, research and service mission. The Head will also be the representative of the Department to the University and state and national organizations as wells as community stakeholders and partners. Minimum Qualifications: Please ensure that all relevant application materials include details addressing the minimum qualifications. Applicants not meeting the minimum qualifications will be disqualified from consideration. Master’s degree in architecture from an accredited institution of higher education Candidates currently in academic positions must be full professors at their home institutions before the time of hire into this position, or be in declared candidacy and evident readiness for full professor rank Candidates currently in professional practice who possess an accomplished body of work and merited stature to qualify for the rank of full professor are also eligible and encouraged to apply Preferred Qualifications Ph.D. Registered architect Physical activities associated with this position The following physical activities are associated with the position and will be performed with or without an accommodation. All individuals are encouraged to apply. Frequently: Manipulate items with fingers, including keyboarding Hearing Sitting Talking Employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; and/or visual inspection at distances close to the eyes. Types of Background Checks Required National criminal background and registered sex offender check Pre-employment Screening Requirements The University of Arkansas is committed to providing a safe campus community. We conduct background checks for applicants being considered for employment. Background checks include a criminal background check and a sex offender registry check. For certain positions, there may also be a financial (credit) background check, a Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) check, and/or drug screening. Required checks are identified in the position listing. A criminal conviction or arrest pending adjudication or adverse financial history information alone shall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationship to the requirements of the position. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. Posting Detail Information Future Open Date Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Anticipated Start Date 08/12/2019 Anticipated End Date Recruitment Contact Information Professor Ken McCown Head, Department of Landscape Architecture kennethmuark.edu 479-575-4907 All application materials must be uploaded to the U of A’s employment system at jobs.uark.edu and portfolios uploaded to uark.box.com. Please do not send to listed recruitment contact. Special Instructions Summary The application will be accomplished in a two-step process. Initial submission including Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter/Letter of Application, and References are requested by January 7, 2019. To receive first consideration, full submission of all materials including portfolio must be submitted by January 14, 2019. Review of all completed applications will commence upon receipt and remain open until the position is filled. Please include the following: 1.Curriculum Vitae 2.Letter of Interest including a summary of the applicant’s qualifications for the position 3.Names, titles, and contact information for four references (include email, telephone, and nature of association) in Other Document on application 4.Selected work illustrating the applicant’s creative practice, research, and scholarship (25 page maximum) Portfolios will be collected through uark.box.com. Once you complete your application, you will receive an email in one to two business days with a link to upload your portfolio materials to uark.box.com. For questions or assistance with uploading your materials, please contact Human Resources at (479) 575-5351. Official transcripts will be required from finalists. Hiring Location 222 Administration Building Fayetteville, AR 72701. EEO Statement The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The university welcomes applications without regard to race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. Internal Posting No Work Location Fayetteville, AR Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). Documents Needed to Apply Required Documents Curriculum Vitae Cover Letter/Letter of Application Other Document Optional Documents Proof of Veterans Status

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Assistant Professor - 9 month

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Position Details Position Information Posting Number F467P Quick Link for Posting http://jobs.uark.edu/postings/30938 Working Title Assistant Professor - 9 month Department School of Architecture-Landscape Arch About the University Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas is a land grant institution, classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the nation’s top 2 percent of universities with the highest level of research activity. The University of Arkansas works to advance Arkansas and build a better world through education, research and outreach by providing transformational opportunities and skills, promoting an inclusive and diverse culture and climate, and nurturing creativity, discovery and the spread of new ideas and innovations. Ten colleges and schools serve more than 27,600 students with 200 academic programs. U of A students earn nationally competitive awards at an impressive rate and represent all 50 states and 120 countries. The University of Arkansas campus is located in Fayetteville, a welcoming community ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S. The growing region surrounding Fayetteville is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies and one of the nation’s strongest economies. Northwest Arkansas is also quickly gaining a national reputation for its focus on the arts and overall quality of life. Arkansas is a natural wonder of forests, mountains and lakes framed by picturesque rivers and streams. Some of the best outdoor amenities and most spectacular hiking trails are a short drive from campus. As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary. About the College/Department LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT The Department of Landscape Architecture offers an accredited professional Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree as well as an unaccredited liberal arts degree in landscape studies. The department is evolving with a clear emphasis on design and advocacy. We create innovative and excellent research, teaching and service in design and planning with students and faculty able to effectively communicate the value of the profession to our stakeholders and collaborators. Design and advocacy are historic strengths of the department; several faculty and alumni of the department have held significant leadership roles in ASLA, CELA and allied organizations. Students’ design works frequently win awards in the Central States region and have impact on communities and regions around our state and beyond. Collaboration among disciplines is further encouraged through a growing variety of upper level interdisciplinary studios and seminars. A broad range of course offerings equips graduates with the knowledge and critical agility required to meet the challenges of designing for a changing world. In addition to the robust interdisciplinary activity within the School and the jointly led minors in sustainability, history of architecture, planning (Political Science), and planting design (Horticulture), the Department has strong collaborative relationships other university units across our campus and beyond, including the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, the National Park Service, BUNAC, and the Trust for Public Land. Their education provides students with critical frameworks for design thinking that also equip them to assume leadership roles in the profession and in their communities. FAY JONES SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AND COMMUNITY In addition to its LAAB-accredited, undergraduate degree in landscape architecture, the Fay Jones School of Architecture Design includes highly regarded accredited professional programs in architecture and interior design and an award-winning Community Design Center. International education is required for all students and established programs in Rome, Mexico City, and Scandinavia among other locations. These opportunities introduce students to interior environments, buildings, cities and landscapes very different from their own, enriching their design vocabulary and deepening their understanding of other cultures. A rigorous Honors program within the School engages exceptional students in experiential education that deepens classroom learning. The school’s honors curriculum targets students interested in independent exploration of topics related to the natural and built environment. Students benefit further from diverse and committed alumni, a vibrant professional network, and the voices of leading design thinkers from around the globe. A robust lecture and growing workshop series bring nationally and internationally known practitioners, artists, authors and educators to the campus to share their projects and philosophies with students and faculty in all disciplines. Recently, Monica Ponce de Leon, Juhani Pallasmaa, Chris Reed, and Margie Ruddick have been among the leading thinkers to engage students in design discourse. Our existing professional and industry relationships and over 3000 alumni provide a robust professional network along with opportunities regionally and internationally. The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is located in Vol Walker Hall and the Steven L Anderson Design Center, an award-winning addition and renovation that affords exemplary learning environments for students, and an outstanding teaching and working facility for faculty and staff. Completed in 2013, the building has received numerous accolades including a 2018 AIA Honor Award for the work completed by Marlon Blackwell Architects and Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects. The School’s state-of-the-art resources in computational design and design robotics as well as fabrication labs inform student and faculty making and design processes. The facility includes a Multimedia Center, Design Shop, Maker Lab, Materials Lab, exhibition gallery, and related lecture hall, classrooms and seminar spaces. Additionally, off-campus maker spaces, the U of A Community Design Center, U of A Resiliency Center, and the Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs (https://www.garvangardens.org/) expand teaching and research opportunities for both students and faculty. The developing Windgate Art and Design District will provide for multiple facilities supporting the School of Architecture and Design and the School of Art. The University of Arkansas’ School of Art offers degrees in art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture including a Master of Fine Arts. The School is located in a rich architecture and design community. The work of Fay Jones and Edward Durrell Stone, along with the mid-century legacy found on the University of Arkansas campus and in the nearby region, establishes the historical legacy. The contemporary work of Marlon Blackwell Architects, Modus Studio, Marvel Architects, Wheeler Kearns Architects, Nelson Byrd Woltz, and SILO ARD contribute to the distinctive regional and national dialogue about contemporary design. In addition to outstanding architecture and design, there is an abiding commitment to the visual and performing arts. Northwest Arkansas is home to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The Momentary, 21C Museum Hotel, Scott Family Amazeum, Walton Arts Center, Theater Squared, Arkansas Music Pavilion, and a host of nationally recognized art, music, and food venues enhancing quality of life for students and families. Nicknamed the Natural State, Arkansas boasts diverse outdoor activities in settings that include forest lands, limestone caves, rivers, and lakes protected in nearby state and national parks and wilderness areas. Business diversity contributes to the economic vitality of the region. There are seven Fortune 500 companies located in Northwest Arkansas with Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, being the most notable. Additionally, more than 300 additional Fortune 500 companies have located satellite offices in the area. Entrepreneurs find equal ground, further diversifying this business environment. DataFox names Fayetteville the third best place to start a business. This business environment provides a depth of opportunity for career development and NWA was ranked second in Forbes’ “2017 Best Midsize Cities for Jobs.” Affordable living, economic opportunity, and social and cultural richness make Fayetteville an outstanding place to live, work, and study. Sperling’s Best Places Index lists Fayetteville’s cost of living as 91.4, almost 9 percent below the national average and the 2018 Business Insider identified Fayetteville as the fifth Best Place to Live in America. Fayetteville Public Schools are ranked No. 1 in Arkansas. Department Home Page https://fayjones.uark.edu Job Type Faculty Faculty Status Tenure Track Appointment Percent 100 Benefits Eligible Yes Salary Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience Campus, Office Location Fayetteville Campus - Vol Walker Hall Summary of Job Duties The Assistant Professor will be teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, pursuing peer-reviewed scholarly and creative inquiry, and providing service to the department, school, university, and community is foundational expectations. The typical teaching assignment is one studio and one lecture or seminar per semester. This tenure-track Assistant Professor position will lead studio and classroom instruction, create curriculum material, construct syllabi, assess student knowledge and skills, advise students, and provide other scholastic achievement guidance. Minimum Qualifications: Please ensure that all relevant application materials include details addressing the minimum qualifications. Applicants not meeting the minimum qualifications will be disqualified from consideration. Terminal degree in landscape architecture, or have a terminal degree in an allied field with at least one degree in landscape architecture conferred by the start of employment Preferred Qualifications Licensure Ph.D. from an accredited institution of higher education Physical activities associated with this position The following physical activities are associated with the position and will be performed with or without an accommodation. All individuals are encouraged to apply. Occasionally: Driving Sharps Frequently: Manipulate items with fingers, including keyboarding Hearing Repetitive motion Sitting Standing Talking Employee is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned (i.e., custodial, general laborer, lab personnel, etc.) or to make general observations of facilities or structures (i.e., security guard). Employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; and/or visual inspection at distances close to the eyes. Types of Background Checks Required National criminal background and registered sex offender check Pre-employment Screening Requirements The University of Arkansas is committed to providing a safe campus community. We conduct background checks for applicants being considered for employment. Background checks include a criminal background check and a sex offender registry check. For certain positions, there may also be a financial (credit) background check, a Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) check, and/or drug screening. Required checks are identified in the position listing. A criminal conviction or arrest pending adjudication or adverse financial history information alone shall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationship to the requirements of the position. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. Posting Detail Information Future Open Date Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Anticipated Start Date 08/12/2019 Anticipated End Date Recruitment Contact Information Kimball Erdman Professor of Landscape Architecture Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design kerdmanuark.edu 479-575-5617 1 University of Arkansas 120 WALK Fayetteville, AR 72701 All application materials must be uploaded to the U of A’s employment system at jobs.uark.edu. Please do not send to listed recruitment contact. Special Instructions Summary An application may be accomplished in a two-step process. Initial submission including curriculum vitae, cover letter/letter of interest, and a list of contact information for three references are requested by December 17, 2018. To receive first consideration, full submission of all materials including a portfolio must be submitted by January 4, 2019. Review of all completed applications will commence upon receipt and remain open until the position is filled. Please include the following: 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. Letter of Interest (2-page maximum) The letter should clearly describe the candidate’s vision of landscape architecture education and practice, and his/her approach to teaching, scholarship, and design. It should also describe the candidate’s academic and professional experience as it applies to the required and preferred qualifications listed above. 3. Names, titles, and contact information for three references (include email, telephone, and nature of association) 4. List of previous coursed taught with roles, responsibilities, and work samples (if applicable) 5. Portfolio (30 page maximum, 2.5GB maximum) in PDF format with select images of recent and relevant: a) professional, scholarly, and creative work with associated project descriptions b) student work completed under the direction of the applicant with associated project descriptions c) abstracts for research papers/manuscripts (if appropriate) Portfolios will be collected through uark.box.com. Once you complete your application, you will receive an email in one to two business days with a link to upload your portfolio materials to uark.box.com. For questions or assistance with uploading your materials, please contact Human Resources at (479) 575-5351. Official transcripts will be required from finalists. Hiring Location 222 Administration Building Fayetteville, AR 72701. EEO Statement The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The university welcomes applications without regard to race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. Internal Posting No Work Location Fayetteville, AR Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). Documents Needed to Apply Required Documents Curriculum Vitae Cover Letter/Letter of Application List of three Professional References (name, title, email address and contact number) Other Document Optional Documents Proof of Veterans Status

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Assistant Professor of Painting and Community Engaged Practice

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Position Details Position Information Open Date 09/10/2018 Position Title Assistant Professor of Painting and Community Engaged Practice Faculty Classification AY Faculty Status Tenure-Track Status Open Until Filled Department Name Visual & Public Arts Degree/Program B.A. Visual & Public Art Job Number FAC2018-291 Priority Screening Date 01/15/2019 Recruitment Status Apply now Priority screening date is January 15, 2019. Projected Start Date 08/19/2019 Position Description Powered by an inspiring Founding Vision Statement, California State University, Monterey Bay ( WWW.CSUMB.EDU ) is a comprehensive, mid-sized four-year university whose staff and faculty help transform student lives by emphasizing project-based learning, requiring service learning, and promoting multicultural and global perspectives on and beyond the campus community. CSUMB is both an MSI and HSI and has a vibrant, diverse student body of over 7000 students and growing. Our faculty and staff, many of whom live in campus housing, appreciate living and working about one mile from the shores of the beautiful Monterey Bay. As one of the 23 campuses in the California State University (CSU) system, we offer excellent benefits, including housing, and competitive salaries for our faculty and staff. During our 25th Silver Anniversary Celebration in 2019-20, we will complete two major building projects: the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the Student Union. By 2030, CSUMB’s sustainability initiative is to be carbon neutral. The Department of Visual and Public Art at California State University, Monterey Bay seeks a promising artist working in painting and community engaged practice for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning August 2019. The mission of the Visual and Public Art (VPA) Department is to provide students with a lifelong set of skills that synthesize studio and community arts approaches to artistic production, exhibition, and education. Both individual and collaborative art methodologies are used in the VPA department’s integrated emphasis through coursework in painting and murals; sculpture, installation and performance practices; arts education and community practice; photography and media culture. Combining theory with practice, the program’s pedagogies focus upon historical and contemporary analysis, community collaboration, artistic production, evaluation and distribution of work with an emphasis on applied research, technical competency, and self-expression. The VPA major equips students with skills of art making, ethical inquiry, self-reflection, visual literacy, empathy and reciprocal community engagement to address the critical issues of aesthetics, social justice and cross-cultural competencies in a multicultural and increasingly interconnected global society. The Visual and Public Art Department currently serves as an undergraduate program. Applicants to this position should demonstrate an exceptional level of promise and achievement and potential in their work through exhibitions, critical reviews, publications, grants/awards, and/or other related activities. Applicants are required to have a strong foundation in painting and a demonstrated history of community engaged practice, along with a commitment to conceptualize and explore beyond conventional studio practices. Proficiency in a range of materials and techniques, and knowledge of the history and theory of painting, contemporary visual art, and community engaged art is essential. Candidates will teach all levels of painting and drawing and should demonstrate knowledge of the integrated practices of painting and drawing, including the varied forms of drawing in contemporary work. A working familiarity with digital technologies is important. Candidates are expected to contribute in a leadership role to the area of painting area and participate in departmental administration. Applicants are expected to engage in community art within the tri-county region (Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito), and more specifically inner-city and isolated rural populations. RESPONSIBILITIES The successful candidate will be responsible for 12 units of direct instruction each semester in a combination of the following: painting, drawing, senior capstone class, and community-based projects for VPA undergraduate courses. The faculty member will be expected to contribute to the development of the painting curriculum and engage in community-based projects for the VPA department. The successful candidate will collaborate in developing local/regional community partnerships, public projects, maintaining sustainable collaborative working relationships, and acting as a liaison with the Service Learning Institute. Faculty member will contribute to new pedagogies, new technologies and development in support of painting and community based projects. They will also serve on Department, College, and University wide committees or task forces. Minimum Qualifications A Master of Fine Arts degree (MFA) from an accredited program A strong interdisciplinary portfolio (painting, drawing, and mixed media) Experience with arts and community organizations through exhibitions and community project management, presentations, collaborative models or commissions, and a history of community art practice A minimum of 2 years of university teaching experience is required Ability to teach effectively in a wide range of courses Project-based teaching skills and public commissions that include field experience in presentations, design, and fabrication of artwork Experience working effectively in an ethnically, culturally, and socially diverse campus and regional community Preferred Qualifications Experience with community arts and multicultural competencies as demonstrated through teaching experiences and professional practices The ability to contribute to service learning courses through applied knowledge of contemporary public art practices, critical cultural analysis in the areas of social positioning, intersectionality, and a demonstrated commitment to inclusive and equitable social practices in art An ability to develop cross-disciplinary pedagogies An ability to integrate art historical and social perspectives across curriculum Other Related Information California State University, Monterey Bay provides over 7,500 students an extraordinary opportunity to learn on a residential campus just one mile from the shores of the beautiful Monterey Bay. Our diverse student body receives personal attention in small classes while pursuing degrees in 25 undergraduate and seven graduate majors. Founded in 1994 on the former site of Fort Ord by educators and community leaders, Cal State Monterey Bay faculty and staff build on that legacy as we explore innovative ways to meet the needs of a new generation of students while simultaneously supporting the Monterey County economy. While we serve students from the entire state of California, 38 percent of our undergraduates come from Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties. We pride ourselves on making higher education accessible to traditionally underserved and low-income populations. Fifty-three percent of our students are among the first generation of their family to go to college, and with 52 percent of our students living on campus, we are one of the most residential universities in the CSU. Special Conditions of Employment The person holding this position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. The incumbent is required to maintain confidentiality as outlined in the Department of Education’s Family Educational Rights and Privacy and California’s Educational Code Chapter 13 regarding sensitive student issues. All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check (including a criminal records check). Compensation and Benefits CAMPUS HOUSING INFORMATION BENEFITS VISION STATEMENT ABOUT CSUMB How to Apply Applicants should submit a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, diversity statement, teaching philosophy, documentation of supporting materials in a single PDF file (including exhibition reviews, published articles, papers, and courses taught, etc.), list of four references (including names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses), 20 images of professional work (each image no larger than 3MB JPEG file and 3000 pixels on longer side), a detailed image list including title, dimension, material, date of completion, and description of each image if necessary, an artist website address, and a link to an optional video file. A completed online application and all required materials must be received by University Personnel by 5:00 p.m. on the priority screening date listed above to be guaranteed a review . Application submissions received after the application screening date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University. Materials submitted become the property of CSUMB and will not be returned. CSUMB will not fax application materials. For assistance or if you require an accommodation, please call (831) 582-3389 . For computer/online access you may visit the Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library ( map ). Please check the link provided for the respective hours and the location. CSU Monterey Bay is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to: Age, Disability, Race or Ethnicity, Gender, Gender Identity or Expression, Nationality, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Genetic Information, Veteran or Military Status. All employees must be eligible for employment in the U.S. Quick Link for Job Posting http://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/4469 Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). Briefly list your area(s) of research and teaching expertise. (Open Ended Question) Briefly describe why you would like to work for the University and how your contributions would enhance the CSUMB Vision Statement. (Open Ended Question) Your feedback is important. Please take a moment to let us know how you found out about this employment opportunity? Cal State Monterey Bay - Website CSU Careers - Website Chronicle of Higher Education - Website Inside Higher Ed - Website Higher Ed Jobs - Website Black Doctoral Network Diversity Jobs - Website Diverse Issues - Website Hispanic Outlook - Website Latinos in Higher Education - Website Women in Higher Education - Website Employee Referral Other If you selected Other, please list here. (Open Ended Question) Documents Required in Application Required Documents Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae/Resume Diversity Statement Teaching Statement Portfolio Media File Optional Documents Other Other Link

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

17 days ago
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Position Details Posting Detail Information Job Title ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Department Art School/Parent Organization School of Humanities and Sciences Division Provost and Educational Affairs Division Employment Category Fulltime-Regular Academic Year 2019-2020 Academic Semester Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Anticipated start date 08/16/2019 If temporary, expected end date Faculty Status Tenure Eligible, Notice (TE) Position/Job Summary The Ithaca College Department of Art (located in Ithaca, NY) invites applications for a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor of Printmaking teaching position to begin August 16, 2019. The position will include teaching all areas of printmaking including: intaglio, relief, lithography, silkscreen, digital printmaking and book arts. Other responsibilities include mentoring BFA senior projects and independent studies, advising art majors and minors and participation in service to the department, college and community. In addition, it is expected that the successful candidate will maintain the printmaking studios and equipment. Ithaca College has a strong focus on teaching effectiveness in the studio. In addition, professional activity and personal studio practice is expected. Position/Job Qualifications Degree Requirements: MFA required with extensive printmaking knowledge. Ideal candidates will have at least three years full time teaching experience. Finalists will be expected to provide one full year of teaching evaluations. The successful candidate would oversee the printmaking areas of the Ithaca College Art Department. The merging of traditional and contemporary approaches desired. Teaching expertise in intaglio, relief, lithography, silkscreen, digital printmaking and book arts is required. Knowledge of contemporary issues in printmaking as evidenced through personal work, student work and teaching philosophy is required. Knowledge of digital software including Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator is required. We prefer candidates who are familiar with non-traditional, experimental and conceptual approaches to printmaking. Familiarity with alternative photo-based processes is also preferred. Successful candidates that demonstrate the ability to work with individuals of varying learning abilities, marginalized or under represented populations with a commitment to the success of all students is strongly desired. EEO Statement Ithaca College is committed to building a diverse academic community and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply. Experience that contributes to the diversity of the college is appreciated. Instructions for submitting your application: Interested applicants must apply online at http://ithaca.edu/jobs/ and attach the following: 1. Cover letter 2. Curriculum Vitae 3. Statement of teaching philosophy 4. Portfolio: 20 images of recent personal work with artist statement (within last five years) and 20 images of recent student work (with brief project descriptions). Submit via a pdf or link to Google doc. or similar platform. 5. Sample syllabi: one introductory, one intermediate or advanced level. 6. Three references related to teaching experience with full contact information. Questions about online application should be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-8000. Screening of applications will begin immediately. For full consideration, applications must be received by January 1, 2019. Work authorization (select one): Visa sponsorship will be considered for this position Department description The Art Department is guided by the belief that art makes a unique contribution to society by offering a visual language of expression and investigation. Art plays an important role in expanding the public imagination by engaging viewers in visual and intellectual dialogue. Through the synergistic relationship between the visual arts and the liberal arts and sciences at Ithaca College, our students and faculty participate in the larger intellectual, political and social life of the community. Art majors come from all social strata and have an appreciation for the support, stimulus and challenges this faculty provides. Students can pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, a Bachelor of Art Education degree, or a Bachelor of Arts degree. We offer a minor in Graphic Design and a minor in Art. The Art Department extends the visual arts to the entire student body through courses specifically for non-majors, artist lectures and master workshops, exhibitions and an off campus gallery/makers space. Field trips twice yearly to locations such as New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, and MassMOCA in North Adams give students exposure to current ideas in the arts. Internships offer students rich experiences working with professionals in their fields. Ithaca’s program recognizes and emphasizes the importance of individualized mentoring in art. We offer small classes with experienced faculty, fostering a high level of personal interaction. All of our faculty members hold a terminal degree for studio art and are practicing professional artists who exhibit nationally and internationally. The Art Department at Ithaca College embodies a community that values curiosity, scholarship and imagination. A dynamic, responsive curriculum, productive artist/teachers, community engagement and an active guest lecture program support these qualities and objectives. Our educational objectives balance the mastery of specific professional skills and techniques with the abilities to think, talk and write about art. Our program serves students who are optimistic about the role of the arts in society and who see art as a vital, integral part of our culture. Special Features Senior Project – a two semester, faculty mentored independent project for BFA students culminating in an exhibition at the Handwerker Gallery Independent Study – advanced work with a mentor, studio space is provided Art Internships – placements with local artists and agencies Creative Space Gallery – a faculty mentored student run gallery and maker space. New York City Internship Honors in Art – based on grade point average (GPA) and portfolio presentation Urban Education Experience – a teacher education partnership with New York City schools Visiting Artists – offering master classes and lectures Excursions – to museums and galleries in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington DC Facilities The art department is located on the lower level of the Ceracche Center. We have facilities for drawing, painting, screenprinting, lithography, etching, sculpture (including wood, sheetmetal, and dimensional steel fabrication), book design, and a digital Mac lab for computer arts and graphic design. College description At Ithaca College, a comprehensive residential campus community of 6,500 students, we strive to be at the forefront of the higher education landscape. We offer a distinct integrative learning experience that makes students ready for the personal, professional, and global challenges of our age. We seek candidates who embrace integrative learning and want to be a part of this exciting time in Ithaca College history. We encourage creative collaboration and innovation in our faculty and staff, providing support and resources for them to grow in their fields and lead students to their own innovative ideas and achievements. We welcome different ways of thinking and look for candidates with unique points of view and life experiences. We are inclusive of individuals with a wide range of cultural, personal, and professional backgrounds, talents, and skills. Our campus is a vibrant and rewarding community where diverse minds can learn, succeed, and excel. When reviewing candidates, we are looking for indicators of a number of core competencies. Prospective candidates must be adaptable, collaborative, inclusive, respectful, responsive, results driven, and sustainable. They must communicate effectively, demonstrate leadership, exhibit professional integrity and ethics, take initiative, value personal and professional development, and show that they will engage in the college. Nestled in the heart of New York State’s scenic Finger Lakes region, Ithaca College sits atop South Hill overlooking picturesque Cayuga Lake and is just minutes away from the city center. Combining small town warmth and charm with the vibrancy of a college community, the thriving and culturally diverse city of Ithaca has been rated by Kiplinger’s as one of the top 10 places to live in the United States. To learn more about Ithaca College, visit us at http://ithaca.edu FLSA Status Exempt Is this position eligible for benefits? Yes Is this position covered by the SEIU? No Vacancy ID F2122 Quick Link http://ithaca.peopleadmin.com/postings/14708 Documents Needed to Apply Required Documents Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae Portfolio Statement of Teaching Philosophy Syllabi Reference List Optional Documents Web-link for Images Media File Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk ().

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