The College of Arts and Humanities is expanding its staff and faculty. Available postions can be viewed through UCF's Human Resources' Employment Opportunities website.
Description: The Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy at the University of Central Florida, College of Arts and Humanities seeks excellent candidates for an instructor or lecturer with an internal title of Technical Art Director. The responsibilities of the technical art director will be to teach 1-2 courses a semester for the FIEA graduate program. This person will work with FIEA faculty to develop technical curriculum geared toward artists with varying technical backgrounds. They will also mentor student driven games and animated short projects, potentially teaching at the undergraduate level and participating in recruiting. Ideal candidates will be skilled in Maya and Houdini, programming languages such as C++, Python, C#, MEL, etc., and possess a thorough understanding of industry game/film art and animation asset creation software and game engine technologies. The successful candidate will have professional experience in games, film development, animated shorts or cinematics as well as a strong background in lighting, shaders, and effects. This is a 9-month, non-tenure earning position with the potential of a 3-month summer contract. Other responsibilities include holding office hours, conducting required academic performance assessments, and development of instructional content.
Description: The College of Arts & Humanities at the University of Central Florida is seeking qualified applicants for a Web Developer position. Qualified applicants will possess strong web programming and project planning skills. The position will work with a small team to shape and maintain the web presence of the college and its departments and projects. Job duties include development, testing, maintenance and support of web-based applications including analysis, design, content, programming and integration of interactive web processes.
Description: Duties for the associate director of bands and director of athletic bands will include teaching and directing the Marching Knights and pep bands, instruction of the symphonic band, teaching of music education courses, supervision of teaching interns, administration of athletic band program, recruitment, serving as a liaison with University Athletics while collaborating with the director of bands to develop a comprehensive band area, and other teaching according to ability of applicant and needs of the department. This is a 12-month position with an anticipated start date of July 2014. Instructor or lecturer will be non-tenure earning, assistant professor will be a tenure-earning position.