Artist, Project Coordinator, and Training/Instruction
Listing Dates: 02/07/2019 to 04/10/2019
Lorain County Community College (LCCC), Division of Arts and Humanities is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Studio Art. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching Studio Art classes as well as Program Coordination responsibilities for the Art Department. In addition, LCCC’s Art Department is accredited through NASAD, and this faculty member will be responsible for spearheading accreditation reports and self-studies.
LCCC faculty activities will vary among different classifications of faculty, within different educational disciplines, and over time. Not all of the duties and activities will be
applicable to every faculty member in any given year.
All full-time faculty members are responsible for the following:
- Adhere to College policies and procedures.
- Develop an individualized work plan annually, in consultation with the division director (Reference: Policy III-430: Faculty Loads, Faculty Load and Reassignment Guidelines).
- Pursue and attain tenure.
- Participate in the assessment of student academic achievement.
- Participate in college governance and policy-making.
- Engage in scholarship and professional growth.
- Participate in discipline-related activities and organizations.
- Support the College mission, vision, and values.
- Teaching Faculty
The primary responsibility of teaching faculty is student learning. To fulfill this
responsibility, teaching faculty will:
- Be responsible for all aspects of teaching and delivering the credit courses
- to which he or she is assigned.
- Participate in curriculum and program development, including program
- Advise students in curricular and discipline-related matters when
- Assess student academic achievement.
Program Coordinator Duties: The Art Program Coordinator is responsible for communicating with the Dean on a regular basis, coordinating communication regarding NASAD to the administration, keeping communication flowing between all faculty, and making decisions with art program faculty input. Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
- NASAD Accreditation Coordinator
- Advisor for art students
- Point Person for Stocker Center relating to art program events
- Program Development:
- Course Schedules
- Staff and Faculty supervision
- Facilitates information flow
- Serves as Contact person for outside agencies accessing program or requesting art program assistance
Please submit a professional statement as part of your application addressing the following:
Please describe how you would promote student learning and achievement, both in and out of the classroom.
- Master of Fine Arts Degree in a two-dimensional discipline
- Minimum of three years teaching experience at the College level
- Recent expertise and professional accomplishments in an area of studio art, including professional portfolio and exhibition events
- Knowledge of CANVAS or other online teaching systems
- Experience with curriculum development
- Examples of professional work submitted digitally
- Familiarity with NASAD accreditation standards and requirements
- Program Coordination experience
- Five-years teaching experience at the College level
- Gallery Coordination/Exhibition installation experience