The School of Dramatic Art invites applications from qualified individuals interested in teaching the following courses:
24-120 -01 Voice for the Actor I
An introduction to the study and practice of voice and speech for the theatre. (Mon/Wed -10:00-11:20 am)
24-220-01 Voice for the Actor III
Continuation of 24-121. The study and practice of voice and speech for the theatre. (Tues/Thurs –
24-244-01 Directing I
An examination of the principles of play direction, including the role of the director, choosing plays, casting, analysis, picturization and composition, rehearsal techniques, and scene presentation.
(Wed – 11:30 am – 2:20 pm)
24-275-91 Principles and Practices of Arts Management I
Structures and functions of arts organizations. Examination of core competencies as applied to arts organizations: marketing and publicity, financial management, various forms of fund-raising, board and volunteer management, and interaction with Unions and Associations. (Distance Education Course)
Applications from those who have taught previously in the School of Dramatic Art, University of Windsor, are encouraged to ensure that a current CV and current letters of reference are on file in the main office. (Reference letters must be dated within the last 12 months.)
Applicants who have not taught previously in the School of Dramatic Art should submit a current CV with their letter of application and arrange to have three current letters of reference (reference letters must be dated within the last 12 months) forwarded to: Dr. Tina Pugliese, Director, School of Dramatic Art, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON N9B 3P4, phone (519) 253-3000, ext. 2805; FAX (519) 971-3629; e-mail: email@example.com.
To ensure full consideration, complete applications must be received by Friday April 22, 2016.
- Subject to budgetary approval and/or sufficient enrollment.
- When you apply, all class times are fixed.
All Sessional Instructors are expected to cooperate with the relevant program to ensure appropriate placement of students in courses, appropriate evaluation procedures and course continuity. They are expected to hold regularly scheduled office hours and to follow university and departmental guidelines and regulations.
Successful applicants will have appropriate academic credentials as set forth in Article 54:06(a) of the Collective Agreement (normally a Master's Degree in the area of the subject matter of the course) and teaching competence.
The University of Windsor is committed to employment equity and welcomes applications from Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities. Applications from women are particularly encouraged.