The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences has opportunities for photographers and photo-based artists who are interested in teaching full time for one quarter, two quarters or the full academic year. Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of analog and digital photography, studio and location skills, video art, or narrative in still and video photojournalistic practice. Ideal candidates must be able to teach at all levels from introductory courses through graduate courses. A strong conceptual, historical, and practical understanding of their individual photographic field is required.

A MFA and/or commensurate professional experience in advertising photography, fine art photography, or photojournalism is required. Three years of teaching experience and/or similar professional experience preferred. Candidates should have a substantial record of accomplishment demonstrated by gallery or museum exhibition and publication or other appropriate distinctions.

Send letter of application, with teaching interests in particular area and specific competencies, CV, examples of work, contact information for three professional references and SASE to: Bill DuBois, Chair, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, 70 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 14623. Inquiries may be directed to the School’s main office: Beth Schoenfeld, or call 585-475-2770. Review of applications will begin April 6, 2007 and continue until positions are filled.

To learn more about the programs in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, please visit Rochester Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) at Rochester Institute of Technology is a nationally- and critically-regarded School of photography and related media, and one of this nation's most enduring. It offers both the undergraduate BFA and BA as well as the MFA in Imaging Arts. Its distinguished faculty of twenty full time members and twenty lecturers and adjuncts provide professional expertise in various photo-related disciplines, including fine art, advertising, photojournalism, visual media, biomedical imaging and photographic technology. As a complement to its faculty and innovative curriculum, SPAS offers its students an enriched learning environment, cutting edge facilities and access to the most current imaging systems (hardware and software), film and digital equipment for the still and moving image, and printing technologies.