Assistant or Associate Professor of Instruction, Ceramics
Non-Tenure Track Appointment, Three-Year Term
3-3 Course Load
Begins Fall 2019
Review of applications begins immediately and applications received by March 11, 2019 will receive priority review. Position remains open until filled.
The Ceramics Program at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty appointment. The initial contract will be for three years and may be renewable based on successful performance and the needs of the program.
The Ceramics Program encompasses a wide range of philosophies and practices ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, including vessel production, sculpture, installation and digital fabrication. The successful candidate will have a broad understanding of ceramic materials and processes, preferably including 3-D modeling and digital fabrication; and have demonstrated ability to position clay within contemporary art and craft discourses. A professional exhibition record is required. Candidates who can expand beyond the traditional canon of ceramics to include a broader social, political, cultural, or artistic context are particularly desirable. The ideal candidate will be influential in shaping the future of the discipline.
In addition to being an accomplished artist, the successful candidate must have a demonstrated commitment to teaching, as well as evidence of successful experience with administration and program management, and leadership potential. The position requires teaching a variety of ceramics courses at the undergraduate and, potentially, graduate level. The workload is comprised of six courses per year, administrative and program management responsibilities, and service to the program, department, and college.
Since 1935, Tyler School of Art has offered students the combination of a world-renowned faculty and the resources of Temple University, a large, urban research institution. Tyler’s programs encompass a wide range of areas in the study of art, design, art history, art education, and architecture. In each program, students work in small learning communities, while also benefitting from state-of-the-art facilities, a rigorous curriculum, and a large, diverse campus community.
Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor
Must have an MFA, professional exhibition record, demonstrated teaching excellence, a record of successful program administration and management, and an ability to communicate and work effectively, collegially, and collaboratively with students, faculty and administrators. A minimum of three years of full time college-level teaching experience, or the equivalent, is preferred.
Temple University is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action employer committed to increasing diversity and inclusivity in both its community and its curricula. Women, people of color, and other candidates who can contribute to this goal are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please visit http://temple.slideroom.com/ to create an account and upload the following materials:
● Cover letter of intent
● Curriculum Vitae
● Artist Statement
● 20 examples of your work
● 20 examples of student work
● Statement of teaching philosophy
● Two sample syllabi
● Three references with contact information: address, phone number, and email address
Finalists must also be prepared to submit course evaluations, official academic transcripts, and three signed letters of recommendation on letterhead. No letters are required in the initial application. If notifying references, please advise them that a letter of reference will be required if you area a finalist for the position. The additional finalist requirements are due within two weeks of the campus visit.
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