About Our College: Situated in one of the world’s most beautiful regions – SUNY Plattsburgh’s main campus is on Lake Champlain between the Adirondack Mountains of New York and Green Mountains of Vermont. SUNY Plattsburgh is a vibrant, public, comprehensive college, and member of the State University of New York’s (SUNY) comprehensive system of higher education committed to student-centered academic excellence. While the college enrolls more than 5,500 students in 70+ baccalaureate, certificate, and master’s programs, an average class size of 22 students allows the individual attention necessary to ensure that its graduates are educated to succeed in an increasingly complex, multicultural and interdependent world.
About The Position: The School of Arts & Sciences provides excellence in learning opportunities for all students at SUNY Plattsburgh through a core liberal arts education. We develop students who can think critically, have mastered their discipline, can communicate effectively and are broadly educated. Our Communication Studies Department offers five strong majors, striking a balance between theory and practice. The teaching focus of this tenure-track position will be courses in basic video production and digital video editing (including Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro). Digital film production, documentary production, or multimedia production may also be included in the teaching load if the successful candidate is able. Duties include advising students, scholarship, and service to the department and university. As an institution that delivers challenging and high-quality educational experiences to a diverse group of learners, the successful candidate must demonstrate an understanding of and sensitivity to diversity and gender issues. The successful candidate may be asked to teach courses in a distance learning format.
SUNY College at Plattsburgh is a fully compliant employer committed to excellence through diversity.
To learn more about this position and to apply, please visit http://jobs.plattsburgh.edu/postings/10572