Part-Time Digital Photography Instructor

DEPARTMENT:  Photography
REPORTS TO:  Program Director of Photography

Summary:

The Photography Department at University of the Arts located in Philadelphia, PA is establishing a pool of applicants for part time/adjunct positions. Classes will be taught in-person.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Part time faculty are expected to be positive thought leaders and demonstrate a desire to work collaboratively with a diverse student population. The University is particularly interested in reviewing applications from candidates with demonstrated investment in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion, and whose identities and/or professional work intersect with or address historically marginalized communities.

The Part-Time Instructor in Digital Photography is expected to provide special teaching expertise in the following areas:

  • Digital Negative Creation 
  • Adobe Lightroom Classic 
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Digital Workflow
  • File management
  • Exhibition inkjet printing
  • Articulation of ideas visually, verbally, and in writing

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent; they do not purport to describe all functions.  Incumbent may be assigned other duties, and the essential functions may change from time to time as necessary.

Education:

MFA in Photography or relevant Advanced degree in a related field and/or significant professional experience.

Experience:

  • Active and established photographers with a nationally recognized exhibition record
  • Prior teaching experience in digital photography at the college level

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Empowering Others
  • Managing Change
  • Attention to Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Interpersonal Awareness
  • Technical Expertise

About The University:

University of the Arts’ mission is simple: to advance human creativity. Established in 1876, UArts believes creativity is the most essential skill for success in today’s society and has educated generations of groundbreaking artists, performers, designers and creative leaders for more than 141 years.  After being granted university status in 1987, University of the Arts became the largest institution of its kind in the nation, offering programs in design, fine arts, media arts, crafts, music, dance, theater and writing. It now features 30 undergraduate arts majors, 15 graduate programs and the nation’s first PhD program in Creativity. UArts is also home to innovative centers across disciplines, including the Center for Immersive Media, Lightbox Film Center, Philadelphia Art Alliance and Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery. Learn more about UArts.

TO APPLY: Interested, qualified applicants should submit letters of application and resumes to the Human Resources Department via email to jobs@uarts.edu. Please ensure job title is in the Subject line.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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