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Professor of Television Producing (adjunct)
Atlanta, GA
Posted Sep 06, 2013 by Savannah College of Art and Design
Category: Communications - Film and Video

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Savannah College of Art and Design

Professor of Television Producing (adjunct)


Campus Location:

Atlanta

Position Type:

Part Time

Specialty:

Television Producing

Work Year:

Academic Year

Posting Text

Television producers control all aspects of production for live, remote, studio and prerecorded programming. They conceive of new programs, cast and build creative teams, and supervise shooting and fact checking. Help talented students become successful professionals in this field as a part-time professor of television producing at SCAD Atlanta.


The person in this position will focus on live event production, studio production, line producing and television postproduction. Qualified candidates should have the terminal degree or significant experience in the field of producing for television. Consideration will be given to candidates with extensive professional qualifications in specialized areas of the discipline of film and television.

Open Until Filled

Yes

Special instructions to applicants:

Note: Only complete packages will be considered. An unofficial transcript of your highest degree awarded, cover letter, resume or CV, and portfolio are required. For the portfolio, you have the option to upload electronic documents/images, or a URL. Complete electronic applications are highly preferred. If you have difficulties in uploading your portfolio and documentation, please email scadfaculty@scad.edu.

ADA TAG

Yes

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:
https://scadjobs.scad.edu

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