Open arts-related career opportunities are listed below. CIVA member organizations and institutions are invited to post job openings on the CIVA website, free of charge. Non-members are also welcome to announce open job positions, however, there is a $50 fee for this service.
Covenant Classical School – Upper School Studio Art Teacher
Covenant Classical School is seeking a 7th through 12th Grade Studio Art Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year to help shape our Upper School Studio Art program. CCS invites applications from teachers with at least college-level coursework in Fine Arts (though an MFA is preferred), as well as an understanding of Classical Christian education.
April 30, 2021
Brent Stevens, email@example.com
Milligan University – Instructor/Assistant Professor of Art (Art Studio)
Milligan University: full-time Instructor or Assistant Professor of Art (Studio Art) beginning August 2021. Required: master’s in appropriate discipline from accredited institution. MFA or PhD strongly preferred. Qualifications: history of academic, professional, or creative work in a relevant area; familiarity with current trends in field; excellent teaching skills; strong Christian faith; commitment to university mission; lifestyle consistent with university’s goals. Submit letter of application, CV, written response to University Mission Statement, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of application materials will begin immediately. Milligan is EEO employer and considers applications without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability.
May 31, 2021
Anderson University – Assistant Professor of Photography
The South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University seeks a full-time faculty member to teach Photography in the Department of Art and Design beginning in August of 2021.
The Department of Art + Design at Anderson University is NASAD accredited with approximately 165 majors. In addition to a robust BFA in Graphic Design, we offer a vigorous BA experience in 3 concentrations: Art Education, Ceramics, and Painting + Drawing, as well as Minors in Art and Art History. We are seeking a collaborative colleague committed to teaching excellence to oversee and build a newly proposed concentration in Photography.
August 2, 2021
Candace Livingston, email@example.com
Grünewald Guild Internships
Guild internships may last from 3 weeks to 5 months. All Guild interns work a 40-hour week, with work time divided into three categories:
- 20 hours/week: specific internship-related tasks and projects, as directed by the internship supervisor(s)
- 10 hours/week: self-guided professional development, with occasional input from the internship supervisor(s)
- 10 hours/week: participation in general community chores, as directed by the guest care coordinator
Guild interns receive free room & board for the duration of their internship, one free Guild class, and significantly reduced tuition on any additional classes they choose to take. Unfortunately, at this time we are not able to provide financial compensation for our interns; however, some previous interns have been able to secure funding through their school’s financial aid office or their home church congregation. Up to $500 travel reimbursements will be issued to interns upon completion of the summer program.
Accepted until positions are filled
George Washington University – Corcoran School of the Arts and Design Director
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design invites applications for a full time, tenure track or tenured appointment as Director to begin as early as Fall 2020. The appointment will be made at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor, commensurate with experience.
The Director will be responsible for the overall implementation of the mission and day-to-day operations of the Corcoran School. The Director works closely with University faculty and personnel, and with external partners including community stakeholders, alumni, and funders, to shape the strategic, programmatic, financial, fundraising, and management operations of the School. They support the mission and vision of the Corcoran School as well as its integration within the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, The George Washington University, the Washington, D.C. community, and the art and design fields at large.
The Director will:
- Provide academic and artistic leadership by inspiring faculty, students, staff, alumni, donor partners, and professional colleagues
- Advance the national and international reputation and visibility of the Corcoran School
- Contribute to the creation of community and unity within the School
- Lead efforts to integrate the curriculum of the Corcoran programs
- Lead efforts to unify the administrative infrastructures that support the Corcoran programs and facilitate accounting to GW and accrediting bodies
- Coordinate efforts to organize school facilities, capital resources, and leadership and reporting structures
- Oversee the School’s fiscal resources and manage personnel in partnership with the Columbian College Dean’s office
- Oversee the recruitment and retention of diverse faculty and students
- Work closely with University and college-level leadership to manage enrollment for the Corcoran
- Facilitate collaborations among faculty and students, both within the School and with other departments of Columbian College, other GW schools, and community partners, including programming in the School’s facilities
- Advocate for the school internally and externally to advance the mission of GW
- Develop and execute clear and realistic fundraising strategies along with sound fiscal management
- Serve as the public face for the arts and design for GW in the broader community
Applications accepted until the position is filled.