Leave the mouse race behind. Here's your chance to stop scrounging for
digital dollars and do something real with your life! California-based
Glendale Community College helps people meet their educational goals by
providing the first two years of college, AA and AS degrees, career
training, vocational certificates, skill upgrade and employee retraining
programs, adult education programs and lifelong learning for all segments
of the community. The value of teaching never decreases, so take a look at
this great opportunity to do something meaningful. In this full-time
position you will teach Digital Animation and Visual Effects in a classroom
setting. The assignment is sixteen to twenty hours of instruction per week,
including five office hours per week and some evening hours. Job starting
date: January 10, 2000. Requirements/skills: Requirements include a
Master's degree in Fine Arts, Art or Art History, or a BA in one of those
areas, plus a Master's in Humanities. Candidates must be Mac proficient,
with knowledge of the Silicon Graphics platform a plus. Teaching experience
at the community college level is strongly preferred, as well as a
background in design, drawing, graphic design, or photography.
Participation in professional activities, curriculum development and campus
committees is expected. Glendale Community College offers a friendly
environment with high professional standards and excellent benefits.
For more information about these and other jobs, check out AWN's Career
, the online Animation Job Fair.