AVID Specialist-Adjunct Position Announcement

Elizabeth Fries (EFries@brooklyn.cuny.edu)
Wed, 14 Jul 1999 10:15:00 -0700 (PDT)

Please forward this message to anyone you feel
may be qualified. I apologize for any cross-postings.
Thank you.

Liz Fries, Program Coordinator
Brooklyn College
Department of Film
efries@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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ADJUNCT POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT - FALL 1999
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AVID SPECIALIST / EDITOR
Film Department, Brooklyn College
City University of New York

[PLEASE FAX, E-MAIL OR MAIL CURRENT
RESUME TO:]

Ms. Lindley Hanlon, Chairperson
Department of Film
Brooklyn College/CUNY
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889

Contact: Elizabeth Fries, Program Coordinator,
for further information.
Ph: (718) 951-5664
Fax: (718) 951-4733
E-mail: film@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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[APPLICATION DEADLINE]:

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt until
position is filled.

[QUALIFICATIONS]:

Bachelor's degree in Film or Media plus a
minimum of four years experience or a
comparable combination of higher education
and experience. M.F.A. in Film/Video
Production or AVID Certification preferred.

[DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES]:

Teach Film 67: Computer-controlled Non-linear
Film Editing course, (Fridays, 9:25 am-1:05 pm).
Description of course: Theoretical and practical
principles for AVID in post-production with sync-
sound film material.

Salary commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

* Anticipated adjunct vacancy
* Subject to financial ability
* An equal opportunity
* Affirmative Action
* IRCA
* Americans with Disabilities Act Employer

Since 1935 BROOKLYN COLLEGE has
distinguished itself as one of the nation's leading
public urban universities, receiving a four-star
ranking in the 1998 Fisk Guide to Colleges. The
Film Department of Brooklyn College is the only
public undergraduate department of film production
and film studies in New York City. The department
has over two hundred majors from more than fifty
countries; twelve hundred film majors take courses
in the department each year. The department offers
a B.A. with concentrations in Film Production, Film
Studies, Screenwriting, Film Producing, and Film
Marketing, as well as a Certificate Program in Film
Production. The Certificate Program attracts
advanced students with degrees from universities
around the world. A prestigious group of Film
Associates teach, advise students on career
choices, and offer professional internships. Close
to Manhattan, the 26-acre, tree-lined campus is
a favorite choice of film directors seeking an ivy
league setting.

Brooklyn College has "one of the best filmmaking
departments in the world."
--Ivy League Programs at State School Prices

Please visit the Film Department website for
further information:
http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/film/