Carnegie Mellon University
Associate Professor of Lighting Design (Tenure Track).
Ideally, applicants will hold an MFA or equivalent professional experience, including national and international lighting design experience. Previous teaching experience is desirable. Candidates should have knowledge of moving light technology and lighting software programs. The responsibilities of this position will include teaching lighting design and skills within a BFA and MFA conservatory training program as well as mentoring students in production. This position is Pittsburgh based.
Please send cover letter, detailed CV, teaching philosophy, and list of three references by September 15, 2013 to: Search Chair, Cindy Limauro, School of Drama, Purnell Center for the Arts, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, 5000 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Inquiries by email to email@example.com.
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Drama, seeks a full time Wardrobe/Stock Supervisor.
The ideal candidate will have a MFA or BA in costume production or design and a minimum of four years prior experience as a wardrobe supervisor/manager. Candidates should have a strong understanding of costume history and some past experience working in costume storage. Demonstrable proficiency with computers and Office programs; basic costume studio equipment and machinery; supervisory, leadership, and mentoring skills required. Experience with makeup application; wig styling, maintenance, and application; and teaching desired.
We seek a motivated, collaborative, positive thinking, independent and organized person who is able to ensure the successful operations of running wardrobe for all School of Drama productions and other CMU school/department functions. The position starts September 1, 2013 and is Pittsburgh based.
Please send cover letter, detailed CV, and list of three references by June 30, 2013 to: Kenneth Chu, School of Drama, Purnell Center for the Arts, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, 5000 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Inquiries by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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