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Savannah College of Art and Design

Savannah, Georgia - United States
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Professor of Animation

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SCAD has been named among the world’s top animation schools and among the “Ivy League of Animation” by 3D World magazine. Join the team that makes this happen as a full-time professor in the animation department at SCADAtlanta.

The successful candidate will develop and extend students’ awareness of story, design, audience and collaboration in production. Therefore, a keen understanding of commercial or independent filmmaking would be a major asset to the position. Apply your industry experience and expert technical proficiency in the classroom teaching a unique curriculum that explores animation styles ranging from stop-motion to 3-D animation and includes digital modeling, rigging, lighting and look development.

This is your opportunity to work with talented students in a thriving metropolis that is home to Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, design firms, fine art galleries and more. Join SCAD’s extraordinary, award-winning faculty as a full-time professor of animation at SCAD Atlanta.

Requirements: 
- Terminal degree or its equivalent in animation or a related field 
- Strong portfolio of work that reflects a high degree of knowledge in animation 
- Strong understanding of gesture drawing for animation 
- Strong understanding of the animation production pipeline 
- Ability to demonstrate, by providing an online demo reel, expertise in character animation (multiple mediums preferred: 2-D, 3-D, stop-motion, hybrid) 
- University-level teaching experience, proven leadership skills and ability to work with students of diverse backgrounds preferred 
- Experience with 3-D animation preferred

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.