Colorist Photography Job Description Sample
Merrell believes nothing should get in the way of enjoying active outdoor adventures. Merrell hiking boots, trail running shoes and apparel are built on Merrell's outdoor heritage, quality and performance. The trail is the core of our design philosophy and has continued to guide us in the development of innovative products that inspire and enable enjoyment of the outdoors.
Responsible for identifying and applying relevant design, material and color trends to seasonal product. Assist in the development of seasonal color and material palettes and graphic inspiration for product development and outside designers
Working with Materials and Trend Directors to integrate information from various trend services to produce seasonal color palettes.
Supporting the creation of season stories and mood boards for early product ideas while working with the Color Manager and Design director.
Presenting trend and color stories at key meetings.
Developing seasonal patterns.
Participating in and influencing all product development milestone meetings.
Apply seasonal color & material palettes to product, including: graphics, logos, hardware, textile, leather, etc.
Preparing accurate product specifications (color cads, artwork) and tech packs with the guidance of the product creation team.
Following up on details and specifications with our Asia development team.
Working with production graphic designer and product quality team to ensure accurate communication of information throughout the product creation process.
Monitor and analyze material and color usage within the product line each season
Performing duties consistent with the Company's AAP/EEO goals and policies.
Performing other duties as required/assigned by manager.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Bachelor's degree in fashion, art, textile science, or design, or equivalent work experience.
1-4 plus years' experience in footwear and color application.
Strong understanding of the outdoor footwear and apparel market.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and a desire to work on a small team.
In-depth computer knowledge with strong skills in Photoshop, Keyshot and Illustrator software.
Footwear experience preferred.
Ability to travel for research, tradeshows, design inspiration outings, and product review meetings.
Committed to a diverse workforce, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled).
Posted Date: Feb-23-2018
Job ID: 10190
Job Type: Full Time
Job Function: Product Design/Development
Store: Kent Headquarters
What's cool about this job
This job contributes to REI's success by supporting the color process and adhering to the timeline for color development for all of Gear & Apparel. Supporting the color strategy for needs of the G&A business, including helping to determine what tools are needed to improve the quality and efficiency of color development. The Color Developer evaluates color for several G&A business units. Models and acts in accordance with REI's guiding values and mission.
Follows the established standards, processes and controls to manage color development at REI
Facilitates lab dip process (requests and comment phases) for all fabrics and mills handled by HQ
Requests and evaluates lab dip submissions
Evaluates and comments upon all bulk submissions and alerts greater team if necessary
Maintains color details and states in Enovia
Communicates color development status to stakeholders throughout the organization
Provides color technical support to Gear and Apparel product teams
Ensures compliance to timelines and alerts team when this is not on track
Assists to identify and resolve potential color quality issues
Assists in updating and maintaining the Color Quality Manual and ensures all vendors follow our procedures
Utilizes software and equipment solutions to increase color development accuracy and efficiency
Partners with mills to improve color accuracy in development and bulk
Networks with colorists, color software, standards, equipment, and dye manufacturers to share best practices and stay abreast of latest advancements in color development
Bring your passion and expertise
Bachelor's degree in textiles, apparel design, or equivalent work experience.
3-5 years of experience in the apparel or textile industry.
Hands on experience with color matching equipment such as spectrophotometer and color management systems.
Technical understanding of textile coloration techniques/limitations, including fibers, yarns, dyeing, finishing, coating.
Thorough understanding of the product development process including related timelines.
Knowledge of testing methods, interpretation and application of results.
Must be able to communicate effectively with Design, Production, Merchandising and international suppliers regarding color processes and color quality issues, both written and verbal
Solid problem solving and strategic thinking ability.
Ability to travel approximately 2 weeks per year if needed
Why you'll love it here
We are a team of creative, passionate people who love the outdoors. We bring our love of the outdoors into our daily work to create amazing products and brand experiences exclusively for REI's customers.
We're passionate about delivering compelling, meaningful products in the market. Whether it's heading out for a weekend of backpacking, a long bike ride or just a walk in the rain. We are guided by our values of authenticity, quality, services, respect, integrity and balance. By joining the REI Private Brands team, you have the opportunity to make a difference, be challenged to create excellence and enrich our creative community.
At REI we offer an enviable work environment that has been recognized on the "100 Best Companies to Work For" list since the award's inception – 20 years in a row! Sure, we work hard, but it's balanced with time off to play—a strategy that works for us as we continue to grow and thrive. Want to enjoy a workplace where you can be yourself, be heard and be respected while having a job that challenges you? This is the place.
With more than 140 retail locations (and growing), REI offers unique competitive benefits to its more than 12,000 employees, including healthcare, gear and apparel discounts, free equipment rentals and challenge grants to help employees reach personal outdoor goals, generous retirement plan contributions, public transit subsidy, adoptions assistance, paid sabbaticals, and more.
REI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Associate Colorist Brand: Chico's FAS, Inc-Shared Services
Category: Product Development
Fort Myers, FL
This position is primarily responsible for supporting the Colorist on all color office activities and ensuring the consistency of color across all classifications and collections.
Ensures that color standards and timeline execution is maintained with vendors.
Assists in on-boarding activities for new vendors/mills.
Performs color analysis; providing comments and communication with vendors on lab dips and shade cards.
Assist Colorist in setting color standards of execution with vendors.
Assist with the preparation and execution of creating the seasonal color cards for Design, Merchandising and Vendors.
Organizes and maintains the color library containing color samples and formulas.
Assist with outside fabric color development services to create standards when necessary.
Stay abreast of new color technology for application.
Bachelor's degree in Textile Technology, Chemistry or related field preferred
3+ years in retail industry with solid experience in color analysis development with a good eye for color
Ability to discern color differences with a superior discrimination rating on the 100 Hue Munsell test
Detail oriented with excellent communication, organizational, and problem solving skills
Computer literate in Microsoft office programs
Self-motivated, creative problem solver
Ability to travel as needed
Photography Intern NY - Summer 2018
Do you love photography? Have you developed a speciality within photography? Do you love the internet? Do you love to learn? The BuzzFeed Creative department needs a hard-working Photo intern for a full-time paid position in the New York office for the summer semester. We are looking for someone with a passion for photography, who has taken that passion and honed in on developing it. The ideal person is also interested in learning the ropes of a fast-paced business environment.
Responsibilities could include:
Assisting with daily photo requests and photo research.
Helping the photo department to expand their network of contributors.
Collaborating with the Creative department on photo-based posts.
Working with the Creative team to come up with creative solutions to illustrate posts.
Opportunity to shoot/assist with photo assignments.
Assist BuzzFeed photo producers with production of photoshoots including finding/creating props, models, hair stylists and make up artists.
Help organize, categorize and collect props for our extensive prop room
Assist in lighting set up and studio organization.
Current student seeking a Bachelors degree (or higher) - preferably with a focus in photography
Overall eagerness and enthusiasm.
An interest in current events, pop culture, food, DIY projects and social media. Or some combination
Understanding of studio and natural lighting
Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop
Degree or course of study in Photography.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and under tight deadlines.
Great communication skills and a talent for collaboration.
A positive, curious, playful disposition (no haters).
BuzzFeed is the leading independent digital media and tech company delivering news and entertainment content to a global audience. We have offices in 19 cities around the world and more than 1500 employees including reporters, video producers, data scientists, engineers, brand strategists, and more. We fuse hard work and fun, through a culture of experimentation, teamwork, equality, and humble confidence. As an employee, you'll enjoy perks like office events, snacks, career development courses, and no work on your birthday! But most importantly, you'll work with inspiring colleagues to build tools and create content that helps connect people all over the world.
Photography Adjunct Assistant Professor
The Los Rios Community College District is seeking a pool of qualified applicants for possible temporary part-time teaching assignments. These positions are filled on an as needed basis and are on-going recruitment. Assignments may include day, evening and weekend courses.
(For complete information on the adjunct faculty recruitment process, select "Home" on the navigation bar to the left, then click Los Rios Jobs and select "Adjunct (PT) Faculty Recruitment Overview" in the "Applying for Positions at LRCCD" section.)
Summary of Essential Job Duties:
A member of the Content Development department and reporting to the Associate Director of Photo and Video, the temporary Photo and Video Specialist will provide photographic coverage, on and off campus, of institutional news, stories and events for distribution across owned, earned and paid print and digital channels.
Using Photoshop and other editing software, the Photo & Video Specialist will retouch and edit images for a variety of uses including publications, websites, press releases and advertisements as well as to populate digital media channels. All images and video files are to be downloaded and archived in the institution's digital asset management system and appropriately tagged.
This person must be a highly talented and flexible in their delivery style and must be an effective communicator who asks appropriate directional questions to best guide their creativity. Candidate must be dedicated to the use of the medium in brand journalism as well as effectively capturing documentary-style videography to form a logical, smoothly developed and engaging story line with engaging visual elements.
This person will be:
An accomplished, observant and precise photographer with a keen eye to detail and brand appropriateness
Able to shoot in a wide variety of formats and styles (news, portrait, scientific, commercial, university) to meet institutional needs for web, print, etc.
Effectively implement production concepts, including, but not limited to, set design, lighting to develop an aesthetic that promotes and enhances the professional image and reputation of the institution
Possess expert level photo editing skills including: color grading, cropping, compositing, re-touching and exporting for multiple distribution channels. Establish efficient post-production workflows for a high volume of photography.
Ability to edit and deliver photos within tight time frames, and prioritize projects.
Well organized and proficient in metadata tagging photos for our Digital Asset Management system.
Assist Associate Director of Photo and Video in setting up more efficient server/archive workflows.
Self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision, but take artistic direction without issue
Stay abreast of industry best practices and upcoming technologies
Stay up to date with new image editing technologies including all Adobe image editing software
Experienced and flexible directing/executing photo shoots in a wide variety of production scales, from small crews (working with DIT's, Photo Assistants, Art Directors, Gaffers, etc.) to single operator scenarios.
Experienced with various lighting scenarios from sophisticated studio and flash set-ups to carefully crafted natural light scenarios
Work with team to build a strong visual stock library and have that library cataloged in the DAM
Able to work with a diverse clientele including faculty, staff and patients; and must have excellent problem-solving skills.
This is a Temporary position and temporary employment will conclude on or before 5/1/2018, or if needed, extended to an agreed upon date that will be filed with HR. Qualification Requirements/Preferences:
Education Certifications/Licensure Experience Physical Abilities Educational
- Bachelor's degree or commensurate experience in photography, photojournalism, visual arts or related field
Minimum 7 years of experience as a photography professional
Expertise of industry-standard photo/video software, applications and techniques
Must be able to manage multiple projects at the same time while remaining flexible through multiple • revisions and. keeping keen attention to detail
Familiarity with digital asset management systems and project management software
Able to collaborate well with producers, strategists, project managers, editors, designers, writers, web specialists, etc.
Required to adhere to institutional brand and tone guidelines and ensure these guidelines are followed in all aspects of Cedars-Sinai photography, including use of stock assets
Physical Demands: (e.g., lifting, standing, walking)
Able to lift up to 50 pounds, including lighting, grip and electrical equipment, and to climb on ladders up to 20 feet.
Valid driver's license; Able to operate own vehicle to transport photo and video equipment for off-site shoots.
Members of the photo and video team work in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments in all conditions where Cedars-Sinai captures photo and video. This includes inside inpatient and outpatient clinical settings, in the community at events and personal residences, outdoors, in studio settings and any other place where we need to go to tell Cedars-Sinai's story,
Hours may vary based on needs of a given assignment. Days could start before dawn and end in the late evening based on the requirements of the shoot.
Must be able to lift and carry equipment including cameras, lenses, lights, rigging, etc. — including set up and break down.
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Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by email at Applicant_Accommodation@cshs.org and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only inquiries concern
Fp-Student Worker- Photography Lab Worker
Job Title FP-STUDENT WORKER- Photography Lab Worker Posting Number 1730 Position Number M49997 Minimum Salary $10/hr Employee Group Office and Technical Non-Unit Full/Part Time Part Time Temporary/Continuing Temporary 52 or 36 weeks 36 FLSA Status Non-Exempt Suggested Starting Date 07/03/2017 Usual Hours of Work Varies upon schedule. Morning, afternoon and evening hours. Department Fine Arts - FP - DEP
Position Duties and Responsibilities
The photography lab worker needs to be a reliable person who comes to work on time. They are responsible for mixing chemistry, equipment and supply inventory, equipment check out and monitoring students who use the digital lab, the darkroom and the lighting studio.
Must be a registered St. Louis Community College student prior to applying for a student worker position. Must maintain student status during employment
They must have successfully completed at least one darkroom class. They must have good communication skills and the ability to work well with a diverse student population. They must also be proficient in general computer use.
They know how to use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. They are knowledgeable in inkjet printing and Mac OS.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Interviews will be conducted by the department chair prior to hiring.
(mm/dd/yyyy) 06/22/2017 Closing Date
(mm/dd/yyyy) 06/22/2018 Open Until Filled No Quick Link http://jobs.stlcc.edu/postings/5757 Affirmative Action Statement
St. Louis Community College is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.
Special Instructions Summary
If the position requires transcripts, licenses, certificates, etc., please upload this information in order for your application to be considered further.
Director Of Photography (Dp)
Are you interested in helping solve today's most critical housing challenges? In simplest terms, Fannie Mae serves the people who house America. We work at the heart of housing by providing reliable, affordable mortgage financing in all markets at all times, buying loans that banks and other lenders originate, so they can fund new loans. This gives more people the opportunity to buy, refinance, or rent homes and apartments. Creating these opportunities is what drives the people who work at Fannie Mae.
For more information about Fannie Mae, visit http://www.fanniemae.com/progress
Utilize broad expertise or unique knowledge in leading and performing assignments related to shooting commercial quality
videos for internal and external use. Provide value-added expertise in developing new concepts, techniques, and standards.
Exercise independent judgment in conducting research and determining methods and procedures on new or special assignments. May operate in a lead or supervisory role.
KEY JOB FUNCTIONS
Shoot both documentary and scripted videos.
Provide excellent lighting design.
Work with a team of producers/directors, audio operators, and grips on some productions and work solo on other productions.
Provide input as to the style in which a project should be shot based on the brief for the project.
Discover and report new camera technologies and industry's best practices to maximize efficiency.
Demonstrate and possess understanding of storytelling, design and editorial processes, as well as the ability to integrate them all with high production value.
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required
- 6 years of related experience
SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Highly skilled in shooting video using the Sony PXW-FS7M2K with multiple lenses or similar commercial equipment
Determine shutter angles/speeds, filter factors, camera distance, depth of field and focus, angles of view, and other variables to produce desired effects
Survey set or location for potential problems, observe effects of lighting, measure lighting levels, and coordinate necessary changes prior to shooting
Must enjoy working in a collaborative environment
Must be deadline driven
Editing experience in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Photoshop, and Illustrator and other applications in the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications a plus but not mandatory
Must submit links to your best work
Ability to occasionally travel
As a condition of employment with Fannie Mae, any successful job applicant will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and to successfully complete a background investigation, which may also include a credit check for positions in some areas of our business.
Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
A strong candidate has been identified for this position.
Photography Curator, Department of Special Collections
The Department of Special Collections at Stanford University seeks an experienced, creative and effective curator for its growing and increasingly important photography acquisition program. Stanford Special Collections is reshaping and defining its photography collection development initiative to build on significant holdings of both historical and contemporary photography that support Stanford's academic programs. Stanford collections for the study and appreciation of modern photography in the Americas benefit not just the Stanford program but also an international audience through its active acquisitions, exhibition, publication, and loan programs. The collections includes thousands of prints by hundreds of artists, as well as many photographic archive objects (negatives, contact sheets, manuscripts, other documentation, and photographer's archives), oral history and other media materials, and a library of rare books, journals, artists' books, and exhibition catalogs (in conjunction with Stanford's Bowes Art & Architecture Library). The Photography Curator will work closely and collaboratively with other Stanford curators and bibliographers, and in particular with the Bowes Art & Architecture Library and the Cantor Arts Center. The incumbent will be responsible for expert curatorial/bibliographic functions, collection development and management, public service, and related technical processing.
Photography Program Development, Outreach & Oversight
Reports to the Director of the Department of Special Collections, is a member of the Department's Division Heads Group, and collaborates with senior staff colleagues in advising the Director about all aspects of the programs priorities, policies, and operations in support of the Libraries mission, and in creating and prioritizing the Department's annual strategic goals and budget. As the Department's photography expert, assists with the formulation, development and administration of broad library policies, major programs and collections.
With the guidance of the AUL for Public Services and Collection Development and under the direction of the Director of Special Collections, formulates and develops the programmatic mission (strategic vision, policies, and priorities) for the Library's expanding photography acquisition program.
Working actively with faculty, staff, and students, explores and proposes collaborative projects and opportunities for new library services utilizing the Libraries' photography collections, exploring various options for better integration between the Libraries and the University's academic units.
Continually evaluates and refines the strategic vision, policies, and priorities of the expanding photography program, especially within the context of all Stanford Libraries collections and initiatives.
Accountable for managing and performing advanced curatorial and bibliographic functions including appraisal (collection evaluation), teaching, and exhibitions (with publications).
Serve as liaison to University faculty and academic programs and the staff of the Cantor Arts Center as the Department's photography expert.
Develops and maintains extensive contacts with a large and diverse regional, national, and international community of photographers, artists, scholars, curators, collectors, dealers, and organizations that comprises the photography community in order to actively promote the relevance and significance of the Stanford Libraries' photography collections.
Attends and represents the Libraries at colloquia, meetings, conferences, and related gatherings of the photography community.
Is responsible for administering the photography program's collections budget, including proposals for determining budgetary needs and staffing.
May be responsible for student employees.
Regularly consulting with faculty, students, and senior staff of the Libraries, as well as members of the photographic community, identifies photographers and collections which are significant in the history of photography and where acquisition of materials will especially benefit research and instruction at Stanford.
Through knowledgeable analysis of existing photographic collections at Stanford, identifies and builds on current strengths and articulates areas where new collection initiatives will benefit Stanford academic programs.
Plans, initiates, negotiates, and executes acquisitions of significant archives, collections, and individual works through deposit, gift, and purchase.
Creates inventory documentation and prepares gift, purchase, and deposit agreements, collaborating with other senior staff of the Libraries as necessary. Acquisitions often involve complex legal agreements with artists, their heirs or representatives, and donors. Purchase, deposit, and gift arrangements may extend over several years.
Donor Development & Stewardship
Working closely with the Director and the Director of Development, cultivates support for the program through individual donor relations and fundraising activities in meetings and private events at Stanford and elsewhere, and behind-the-scenes tours of the Department and the Libraries.
Maintains an active stewardship program of regular contact with photography program donors and identifies prospective donors and supporters. Works closely with the Director and the Director of Development in all areas of stewardship and donor identification.
Monitors status of proposed annual gifts and short or long-term deposits to the Libraries, assisting donors in setting realistic dates for transfer of ownership titles. Ensures timely communication and the proper delivery of agreements and documentation between Stanford and its donors.
Collections Management & Processing
In consultation with Library Preservation Department, reviews loan requests from museums, galleries, libraries and other exhibition venues, negotiating the specifics of loan requests as required. Communicates with prospective lenders to Stanford for the borrowing of materials for Stanford Library exhibitions. Similarly, works closely with artists, heirs, and collectors to obtain artwork and archival material for loan to Stanford exhibitions.
Collaborates closely with other senior staff in Special Collections, DLSS, and Preservation, to set priorities for processing, digitization, preservation and conservation workflows for photography materials, and in the creation and maintenance of accurate documentation in the Department's collection management system for photography materials.
Responsible for assisting with metadata and physical processing of photography collections on an as needed basis. Works with the Special Collections Assistant Director for Collection Services to establish data standards and carries out analytical work for significant aspects of the department's photography operations, including registrar work as necessary.
Collection Access, Exhibitions, Publications & Other Scholarly Activities
Through regular outreach and contact with Stanford academic departments and programs, and in collaboration with the Cantor Arts Center, constantly seeks means by which the expanding photography program can support the existing research and instruction activities of the University and promote new scholarship and research opportunities for the University community and beyond.
Collaborating with faculty, identifies opportunities for presenting the Department photography collections in a broad variety of University classes. Collaborates with faculty and other senior staff in the development of curriculum utilizing the photography collections. Develops opportunities for individual directed scholarship and research by Stanford students using Stanford's primary resource collections.
Initiates a close analysis of existing photography collections at Stanford and works to integrate those collections into existing and developing Special Collections programs.
In collaboration with other staff of the Libraries, creates a robust online presence for the photography program to highlight the collections, services and activities of the Libraries and its photography program. Is proficient in various online tools, including the Library's SpotLight program, in order to create a variety of online experiences.
Curates or assists in the curation of occasional exhibitions of photographic materials at various Stanford venues, including the Green Library galleries and the Cantor Arts Center. Assist conservation staff and installation preparators as required. Write wall texts, label copy, and texts for brochures, press releases, and other promotional materials.
Interprets the collections for diverse audiences through public lectures, tours, and related programs.
Researches and writes on topics for exhibitions and publications based on the Libraries collections.
Other duties may also be assigned.
Education & Experience:
Master of Library Science degree and graduate degree in art history or related field with specialization in the history of North American photography and ten years of experience in a relevant library setting, demonstrating a high level of expertise and active engagement in their area of specialization at a national level or a combination of education and relevant experience. At least five years of experience acquiring significant collections, archives, works of art. Demonstrated success in negotiating complex acquisition agreements and purchases.
Extensive knowledge of the photographic medium, including materials, methods and techniques through hands-on study and interpretation of original materials.
Experience and success in donor relations and in working with development officers.
Experience preferred in curating exhibitions of photographs and photographic materials.
Record of publications and/or academic coursework that demonstrates significant knowledge of the history of photography, photograph collections, the history of collecting photographs, and the current state of scholarly communications about photography and the history of photography.
Excellent written & verbal communication skills. Excellent professional demeanor. Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with diverse people, collaboratively, proactively and constructively. Ability to work as a member of a team.
Willingness to conduct Stanford Libraries business through travel.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Recognition of substantial professional accomplishment both within and beyond Stanford is expected at this rank.
Ability to articulate the role of the Library within the University and with other cultural heritage organizations. Ability to act as liaison between the Library and University and external partners.
Ability to apply expert knowledge and substantial experience to selecting, acquiring, preserving, and/or providing access to scholarly resources.
Display an exceptionally high level of professional development and accomplishment.
Exercise a high level of initiative, sound judgment and leadership.
Evidence of specialized knowledge or advanced managerial/supervisory skills is expected.
Experience with identifying, evaluating, recommending, and implementing new service programs, technology, and complex work flows.
Demonstrated success in working across organizational lines to develop initiative proposals of considerable complexity; formulate plans for implementation, working to win support and funding, and moving their ideas to implementation.
Demonstrated expertise in independently performing complex job functions such as collection management reviews and preparation of major exhibits.
Evidence of leadership in relevant professional or academic communities and/or national or international recognition of their expertise.
Consistent display of excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong presentation skills.
Other Relevant Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities May Include
Demonstrated ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, and problem solve.
Experience managing multiple simultaneous projects.
Knowledge of preservation and conservation issues pertaining to photographic collections.
Broad knowledge of library and museum practices, issues, and standards.
Experience in hiring, training, supervising and mentoring staff.
Reading knowledge of Romance language(s).
Constantly sit, perform desk-based computer tasks.
Frequently twist/bend/stoop/squat, grasps lightly/fine manipulation, grasp forcefully, sort/file paperwork or parts, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh up to 25 pounds.
Occasionally stand/walk, reach/work above shoulders, writing by hand, kneel/crawl, climb (ladders, scaffolds, or other).
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
- May work in confined spaces and at heights 4-10 feet; be exposed to dust and mold; work extended hours, evenings and weekends.
Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University's Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu.
Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer and is committed to recruiting and hiring without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Photography Instructor - Part-Time Temporary Pool
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
NOTE: College of Marin does not offer online-only teaching assignments; all faculty members must be available to teach in the classroom, in person.
Foreign Degree Holders: Please see the Required Application Documents section below for important information regarding the evaluation of your foreign degrees.
College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms: it strives to be an Inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.
College of Marin's faculty pools are open to applications on a continuous basis. Although there may not be any current openings, applications will remain on file until the hiring department has a need to add candidates to their pool OR for up to one year from the date of application, whichever occurs first. If your application becomes inactive after one year, you may re-apply to the pool at that time. Screenings and interviews can be conducted at any point in time as the hiring department necessitates. Once a screening has occurred, applicants will be notified of their status.
Essential Functions:Instructors appointed to the Photography Part-time Temporary Pool may be used to cover part-time, temporary and/or substitute openings in the department. Assignments can vary in duration and are not guaranteed. Assignments for Photography pool instructors include:
Providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction in Photography using wet lab/darkroom &/or digital methods and materials appropriate to the subject matter
Preparing and grading all class assignments and examinations
Advising, assisting and evaluating students, evaluating learning outcomes and maintaining regular office hours
Participating in program activities including curriculum and program planning, development, evaluation, and decision making as well as the development of new teaching-learning methods and materials
Contributing to development of program policies and procedures
Maintaining accurate and timely student records as required
Maintaining currency and depth of knowledge in assigned area of responsibility
Maintaining appropriate standards of professional conduct and ethics
Communicating with excellent written and oral skills in English
Participation in departmental and college professional activities and/or committees is welcomed, but not required
Requirements & Desirables:
1.) A Master's degree in Photography, Fine Arts, or Art; or
2.) A Bachelor's degree in any of the above AND a Master's degree in Art History or Humanities; or
3.) The equivalent; and
4.) Demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the campus community.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (Desirable Attributes & Skills)
Competencies related to: curriculum & course development; teaching & learning theory; information resources & evaluating student outcomes; and, assisting student to develop critical thinking skills
Ability to communicate clearly orally and in writing with a diverse campus community
Currency and depth of knowledge in assigned area of responsibility and subject matter
Strong organizational skills
Ability to work effectively and professionally with colleagues and members of the campus community -
Commitment to the teaching profession, its goals and ideals, and enthusiasm for the mission of the College of Marin
Understanding of contemporary equity and diversity concepts and issues in a community college setting
Familiarity with, willingness and ability to use multiple teaching methods including computer based learning
Ability and enthusiasm to use teaching methods that engage students and encourage them to be motivated self-learners
Knowledge, training and experience with online pedagogy and technology
Evidence of excellent written and oral skills in English
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:
In accordance with Federal Law all employees must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
Criminal Justice/Fingerprint Clearance.
California Education Code, Section 87408.6 requires persons employed by a community college in an academic or classified position to submit to a TB risk assessment developed by CDPH and CTCA and, if risk factors are present, an examination to determine that he or she is free of infectious TB; initially upon hire and every four years thereafter.
DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS: All Marin Community College District (MCCD) employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the MCCD requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. For more information, please see the MCCD Emergency Operations Plan.
Candidates applying for positions with the Marin Community College District may be disqualified from consideration should their conviction history not meet the standards established under the California Education Code.
REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
The following documents must be attached to your application in order to render it complete. Use the Attachment Type indicated in parentheses when making your attachments. Transcripts must show coursework taken, grades achieved and must confer your degree.
A.) Cover letter (cover letter)
B.) Resume or C.V. (resume)
C.) Copy of college transcript conferring Bachelor's degree (bachelor's transcript)
D.) Copy of college transcript conferring Master's degree (master's transcript)
(If you hold additional degrees beyond the Bachelor's and Master's level, please attach a copy of your transcript conferring these degrees as well. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for application purposes, as long as they confer the degree and show the coursework taken and grades achieved. An official transcript would be required upon hire.)
FOREIGN DEGREE HOLDERS: All foreign degree credentials must be evaluated by a third party to determine the equivalent U.S. degree and major, and the Foreign Credential Evaluation must be attached to your application before your application will be considered. Not attaching your Foreign Credential Evaluation will render your application incomplete. Evaluations should include a course-by-course evaluation and provide the name of the institution attended, a description of your credentials, the major field of study, and the U.S. equivalent for each credential. For a list of evaluating agencies, visit the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Note: Even if you obtained your graduate degree(s) in the U.S., you must attach a Foreign Credential Evaluation for your undergraduate degree if it was obtained outside the U.S.
Supplemental & Salary Information:
FLSA Status: Exempt
Please refer to the Faculty (UPM/AFT) Salary Schedule on our Human Resources site for detailed information.
Salaries for Part-time Temporary Pool members are based on the number of units taught and are paid at 95% of the Full-time Faculty Salary Schedule. New part-time instructors will be placed between Step 1, Column 1, and Step 7, Column 5 of the salary schedule, depending on background and experience.
Temporary part-time credit instructor payment formula:
Annual salary x # of units divided by 30 units x 95% = semester payment; divided by five (5) = monthly salary.
BARGAINING UNIT & RETIREMENT PLAN
UPM – part-time faculty:
Employees in this position classification are considered Temporary Credit Unit Members and are represented by the United Professors of Marin (UPM/AFT 1610). Part-time faculty members are required to comply fully with the United Professors of Marin Collective Bargaining Agreement, including payment of union dues or charitable contributions. General information regarding rights and responsibilities under the Agreement can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreements section of our Human Resources site. Part-time UPM employees are also members of the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS).
To Apply: http://jobs.marin.edu
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