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- Digital Documentary and Multimedia Production. To begin August 1, 2017, pending position clearance and availability of funds.
- The successful candidate must be well qualified to teach communication and journalism courses in digital media production and technology such as basic video production, post-production, field production, studio production, digital content dissemination, and digital graphics and design.
- Special focus on integrating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education into course work and contributing to the University of Hawaii`s sustainability initiative.
- Publishing research and /or other scholarly or critically evaluated creative work in appropriate media.
- Performing university and professional service.
- Other duties as assigned by chair.
- PhD. or other terminal degree in Communication or Journalism or related field (completed prior to appointment). ABDs must submit a letter from their committee chairs attesting that dissertation and all degree requirements will be completed before August 1, 2017.
- Demonstrated record of scholarly research and/or creative activity in the area of digital documentary and multimedia production.
- Evidence of successful college-level teaching in areas such as video storytelling, broadcast journalism, multimedia storytelling, producing documentaries, and infographics.
- Evidence of work and knowledge and interest in STEM-related fields.
- Five years or more professional experience in professional video production or documentary films or experience in digital media and multimedia production.
- Proficiency in Final Cut, Adobe Premiere or similar video-editing software.
- Proficiency in Motion, Photoshop, After Effects, or similar graphic and photo-editing software.
- The College of Social Sciences and the School of Communications are committed to excellent teaching; therefore an interest in innovative education strategies is desired of all candidates.
- Interest in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Search Committee Chair; 808-956-8881; email@example.com
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