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April 2001, Week 3


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Michelle Legault <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 16 Apr 2001 14:59:07 +0400
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College of Communication and edia Sciences

Excellent opportunities are now being offered to creative, enthusiastic individuals dedicated to their craft and dedicated to teaching young students.

The Graphic Design Faculty will teach courses in Information Design and Presentation, Web Design and Publishing, Infographics, and other visual communication courses in the College's baccalaureate program using a state of the art Macintosh laboratory

The Graphic Design Faculty will also have unique opportunities to coach and mentor students involved in campus media projects.

All Applicants should have at least a MFA or other terminal fine arts or graphics degree, with a minimum of three years teaching experience.  Professional experience in graphic design, Web publishing or other visual communication media is an asset.  Ability to integrate instructional technology into teaching required.

Contract appointments are available on a one to three year basis.  Salaries are highly competitive and free of tax in the United Arab Emirates.  The University provides housing, a furniture allowance, health care benefits, 56 days annual leave vacation, annual leave tickets, and education subsidies for children.

The United Arab Emirates is one of the most liberal countries in the Middle East and one of the most rapidly changing countries in the world.  Its progressive mindset combined with visionary leadership have made the UAE one of the world's most advanced nations.

For more information and to apply on-line:
Click "Human Resources" - "Teaching" - "Communication & Media Sciences" - "Graphic Design"

Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite