NSU University School is seeking a Film and TV Teacher. This position will ensure excellence in the Film and TV Program by developing curriculum, supporting student development, and collaborating with other disciplines. Qualified candidates will be able to teach both introductory and advanced level courses in media production, including skills in digital editing, cinematography, and studio production with a focus on narrative storytelling, broadcast journalism, documentary filmmaking, and short films. The teacher will lead student teams in producing the Shark Television News program and will be responsible for filming school events.
Bachelor or advanced degree in the film/video/cinema arts, an interactive media-related field, or a field relevant to the duties of the position with significant experience working with Film and TV Production as well as associated AV technology.
At least 4 years of experience in production and post-production audio and video technologies and software, including Adobe CC (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.).
Preferably 2 or more years of teaching experience, including curriculum design with integration of media arts in the classroom.
Willingness and ability to travel with student groups on weekends and overnight events.
Knowledge of effective instructional techniques and innovative modes of course delivery adaptable to a variety of learning styles.
Familiarity with narrative and illustrative conventions and techniques in temporal media and in executing projects from concept to polished production.
Demonstrated ability to create, advocate for, and execute a long-term vision for programmatic growth.
Strong interpersonal communication skills and ability to articulate technical information to non-technical students and faculty.
Experience working in a team-oriented environment.
Demonstrated ability to network and build a team of well-rounded media arts professionals in the community.
Willingness to adapt in a fast-paced work environment where roles and responsibilities are flexible.