The Georgia Film Academy (GFA) is seeking dynamic professionals to join our Adjunct Instructor team for Fall, 2022 semester in the areas of: Special Makeup Effects, Production, and Production Accounting.
This is an opportunity for industry professionals to train students to become part of Georgia’s fast-growing, highly-skilled film and television workforce. The GFA will provide a specific course outline/structure, materials, training, and mentoring. The classes will be facilitated with a package of professional-level equipment and taught in an appropriate industry hub location with classroom and demonstration space.
Please visit www.georgiafilmacademy.org for information and insights about the GFA.
Apply via the University System of Georgia career portal at http://www.usg.edu/hr/jobs/. Search: “Adjunct Training Instructor.”
For more information, please contact Cassandra Hollis, Manager of Consortial Services at: Cassandra.Hollis@usg.edu
GFA Adjunct (P/T) Positions, Fall Semester 2022
Special Effects Makeup Instructor
The Georgia Film Academy is seeking an experienced Special Makeup Effects Artist to teach the GFA 2050 Introduction to Special Makeup Effects course this Fall (Saturdays, August-December at the GFA Trilith Studios teaching site in Fayetteville). This college class provides students with a hands-on experience designed to introduce the processes, protocols, and materials utilized within the SFX MU department in the film and television industry, focusing on the knowledge, practical skills and work routines required for entry-level jobs.
Film & Television Production Instructor
The Georgia Film Academy is seeking a film production professional to deliver curriculum at the undergraduate level to students interested in launching a career in film and television production. The course includes study of on-set production crafts such as: Grip, Electric, Lighting, Camera, Sound, Art Department, Wardrobe, Locations and more. As an instructor, you serve as a guide to translate set etiquette, terminology and protocols to students in a way that makes it become a second language and prepares them for success in the industry.
- 5+ years of Film & Television on-set production experience.
- Union productions preferred
- College Degree preferred
- Teaching experience is a plus, but not required
Production Accounting Instructor
The Georgia Film Academy is seeking an experienced Production Accountant to team-teach the GFA Production Accounting & Office Management course. This college class provides students with a broad understanding of the processes, protocols, paperwork and computer programs utilized within the Production Accounting and Production Office departments in the film and television industry, focusing on the knowledge, practical skills and work routines required for entry-level jobs.
The course focuses on the following: the relationship between the Production Office and the overall production; the importance of the communication hub that exists between the Office, Set and Post-Production teams; and the guidelines and reporting practices that are used to track and manage the finances of a production. Practical elements are created through the use of actual production software and scenario simulations.
- 5+ years of experience in production accounting, including office management, production office management, or some related experience
- College Degree preferred