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Professorship of Acting (for Theatre and Audiovisual Media)
Professor of Acting (for Theatre and Audiovisual Media) (m/w/d)
Galileo Global Education is an international education group that provides young people from all over the world with access to higher education academic study and qualifications. More than 110,000 students worldwide are enrolled under the Galileo Global Education umbrella. As a private educational institution, we are consistently expanding our educational program in Germany through the Macromedia brand (university and academy) and the Atelier Chardon Savard. We are located in the beautiful cities of Munich, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Cologne, Hamburg, Leipzig and Berlin.
At our vocational schools and technical colleges, the accredited state-approved degree courses we offer provide young people with the key to embarking on fulfilling opportunity-rich careers. In our training and study programmes we put a firm focus on the job market and teach students how to survive today’s rapidly work environment as well as help shape the digital future. If this arouses your interest, we look forward to receiving your application.
For our Berlin Campus we are currently seeking a part-time
Professor of Acting (for Theatre and Audiovisual Media)
As Professor of Acting for Theatre and Audiovisual Media you will teach at the undergraduate
level, be involved in course and/or curriculum (Bachelor of Arts) development, engage in research/scholarship, participate on College and University committees and/or initiatives. This part-time position will serve to help build and shape a growing major program which is a collaboration between the renowned French acting school Cours Florent and Macromedia University. The College seeks an artist and scholar in the Theatre Program who specializes in Acting.
Teaching responsibilities between 10 and 20 hours/week;
Hold ofﬁce hours as required and meet with students by appointment;
Coach and mentor students of diverse levels of proﬁciency in classes and projects;
Participate in committees as assigned, attend school and program meetings;
Actively participate in recruitment activities;
Other duties as assigned.
Master’s degree or equivalent with related experience in Theatre or Film and/or prominent professional credits, including experience in teaching acting at the college level or in a conservatory setting;
A substantial and sustained body of artistic theatre and or ﬁlm practice and production credits;
One additional area of specialization, e.g. acting for the screen, dramaturgy, theatre history and theory, theatre education, theatre production or stage design, stage combat or dramatic structure and playwriting;
A commitment to undergraduate liberal arts education and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with faculty, students and staff from diverse backgrounds is essential;
An ability to use technology effectively in teaching and learning;
Teaching in English and German is required, French language proﬁciency will be as well a great asset.
Varied activities with highly motivated colleagues
The lively dynamic environment of a private educational institution
Attractive performance-related pay, further training and coaching
Thorough induction within a committed and collegial team environment
Modern equipped workplaces and home office working
A conscious and appreciative approach to diversity and individuality
If this job appeals to you, impress us with a convincing application. Please also state your salary expectations and your earliest possible starting date.
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