Operations Manager II
The Operations Manager II position exercises supervisory control of the daily management and operation of the Newcomb Art Department. The position performs accounting functions and budget management, recruitment, payroll and personnel actions, facilities management, administrative and academic support, and event planning for the varied activities and responsibilities of the Newcomb Art Department.
Three years' office management experience
″ Familiarity with bookkeeping, general accounting and budget management principles
″ Working knowledge of basic computer operations and applications to include word processing systems, spreadsheet applications, calendar software applications, database management programs and the ability to use e-mail and internet web browsing systems.
″ Excellent grammar, strong written and verbal communication skills and proficient keyboarding skills.
″ Familiarity with the operation and maintenance of electronic office equipment, (single line/multi-line phones, copy machine, fax, printers, etc.)
″ Team player with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact professionally and courteously with diverse individuals
″ Ability to establish priorities, exercise discretion and independent judgment accordingly, and maintains confidentiality and integrity in the performance of all duties
″ Must have strong organizational skills, time management skills and be detailed oriented
″ Individual will be required to perform various physical and mental activities such as lifting, standing for some periods of time, paying attention to detail, hearing, carrying, moving, pushing/pulling, climbing, etc, as it applies to the responsibilities of the position.
″ Bachelor's degree
″ Master's degree
″ Two or more years of management and supervisory experience
″ Experience with event planning and coordination for meetings, lectures, receptions and other special events would be beneficial
To apply: http://tulane.edu/jobs
Studio Artist: Painting/Drawing
The Newcomb Art Department of Tulane University in New Orleans seeks to fill a full time tenure track position of Assistant Professor in painting and drawing. Starting date July 2014. Teaching will include graduate and undergraduate students, with courses ranging from introductory to advanced undergraduate. Teaching load is 2/2 with graduate supervision above load. Candidates must be dedicated teachers and mentors at all levels. Additional duties include advising students, participating in curriculum development, and serving on department and college committees.
Tulane University requires each undergraduate student to enroll in two courses of community service learning classes throughout their academic career to graduate. Extra consideration will be given to candidates willing to develop and offer a viable course. Additional information about Tulane University can be obtained on our website at www.tulane.edu.
M.F.A in Painting/Drawing required. Active exhibition record and a minimum of 3 years full time teaching experience (beyond the graduate teaching level) are required. Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in technical and theoretical aspects of painting and drawing, and knowledge of historical and contemporary developments in the field.
All applications are to be sent electronically. Only electronic applications will be considered.
Submit the following items online at http://apply.interfolio.com/22884.
1. Cover Letter
2. Curriculum Vita
3. Teaching Statement
4. Artist Statement (submit under “Research”)
5. Contact information for three references
6. 20 digital images of professional work in a single PDF file (submit under Image #1). Please include: actual size, date and media
7. 20 digital images of students' work in a single PDF file (submit under Image #2). Please include: actual size, date and media.
8. 3 Sample Syllabi: Beginning Drawing, Beginning Painting and an upper level course of your choice.
Review of applications will begin December 1, 2013, and continue until the position is filled.
Tulane University is an Equal Opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates are invited to apply for position vacancies as appropriate. Women, minorities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Art Historian, Asian Art
Professor of Practice
The Newcomb Art Department and the Program for Asian Studies of Tulane University in New Orleans seek an art historian of any field of Asian art. Teaching will include lecture courses and seminars for undergraduate and graduate students in the area of specialty. Teaching load is 3 and 3. The position is administratively housed in the Art Department but supports Tulane’s Asian Studies program. Participation in usual Art Department and Asian Studies activities is expected, although extensive committee work and department/university service is not required. Position is non- tenure-track, renewable every three years, to begin fall 2014.
The Newcomb Art Department has a dynamic art history faculty, which enjoys a collegial environment, flexibility in course offerings, accomplished and engaged students, and small class sizes. The New Orleans Museum of Art has an excellent collection of Asian art; it is especially strong in Japan and notable in South Asia.
A Ph.D. in art history or a relevant field is required; prior teaching experience preferred. Specialty in Japan preferred, although all areas will be considered.
Submit to apply.interfolio.com/22796 a letter of application outlining teaching approach and interests, a curriculum vita, and three letters of recommendation. Review of applications will begin November 15 and continue until the position is filled.
Tulane University is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates are invited to apply for position vacancies as appropriate. Women, minorities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
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