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 School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) at the University of Central Florida invites applications for a tenure-earning position of assistant professor in the area of architecture. The successful candidate will deliver courses at the undergraduate level that inspire majors in the following areas of study: design, structures and sustainable building systems; conduct scholarly research and service; interact with the community of practicing architects in Central Florida; collaborate with colleagues from Valencia College, the University of Florida and other partners; and maintain regular office hours. The position is for an assistant professor to teach a three-course load per semester. This is a nine-month, full-time, tenure-earning position. UCF supports and rewards teaching excellence. Faculty are expected to participate in department and university service including committee work. UCF offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Design degree in Architecture. The School of Visual Arts & Design has approximately 2,700 majors across four areas that include architecture, digital media, film, and studio arts. The anticipated start date is August 2014, pending the availability of funding.
Description: The position provides administrative support to the Africana Studies Program and the Zora Neale Hurston Institute for Documentary Studies. Duties include budget administration and management; office communications oversight; office operations oversight; student assistant supervision; coordinate course scheduling; academic advising; special projects and events management. Knowledge of PeopleSoft or comparable budget program and MS Office Suite is preferred. Excellent organizational and people-related skills are essential, as are enthusiasm and self-motivation. The preferred candidate enjoys working with students, celebrates diversity, and welcomes opportunities to learn more about both programs. For further information, please visit the following websites: http://www.africana.cah.ucf.edu and http://zora.cah.ucf.edu.