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[JOBs / TEACHING] Multiple Positions, Citytech’s Entertainment Technology Department

Adjunct Faculty Hiring Needs For Fall, 2014
Last updated: August 4, 2014 by John Huntington
Citytech’s Entertainment Technology Department is looking for several adjunct professors to teach in the fall semester, 2014. You can find more information about the department on:
Bachelor’s degree or higher required. Please email your specific course interest and resume to:
The fall semester starts August 28, and ends December 22, 2014. The full academic calendar is available here:
Pay starts at $64.84/workload hour.
Here are the available courses, descriptions, and meeting days/hours:
ENT 1100 Introduction to Entertainment Tech Tuesday/Thursday 10:00 AM 11:15:00 AM
An introduction to the live entertainment technology industry including working methods; processes, equipment and facilities for theatre, opera, dance, concert productions; theme parks; themed-retail; cruise ship venues and corporate special events. Related current events and career opportunities will be discussed. Attendance at several of the type of events listed above is required.
ENT 1102 HLTH/SAFE IN PRODUCTION Thursday 9:00:00 AM 9:50:00 AM
A survey of hazards specifically associated with working in theaters and fabrication shops. Topics include chemicals in pigments and polymer plastics; vapors, fumes and ventilation; shop conditions; proper preparation and planning; current OSHA and EPA standards; hazards associated with welding; firearm safety; fire codes. Course is to be taken in the first year as an entertainment technology major. Prerequisite: None
ENT 1203 Elect Live Ent Lab Saturday 2:00:00 PM 3:47:00 PM
Hands on lab reinforcing and extending the entertainmentrelated electrical concepts covered in ENT 1103, Basic Electricity for Live Entertainment. Students will gain hands-on experien e with live entertainment electrical technologies, learn to use basic measurement tools and test equipment, while extending their understanding of the electrical concepts introduced in ENT 1103. Specific labs will be drawn from entertainment fields of lighting, sound, video, and scenic automation.
ENT 1270 SOUND TECHNOLOGY Wednesday/Friday 6:00:00 PM 7:40:00 PM
An introduction to the use of sound in entertainment, its natural properties and physical components. Topics include microphones, recording equipment, control consoles, reproduction techniques, amplification, distribution, loudspeaker systems, frequency response, decibels and dynamic range. Live and recorded sound techniques and the assembly of small audio systems from diagrams.
ENT 2140 BASIC WELDING Monday/Wednesday 6:00:00 PM 8:30:00 PM
Study of welding techniques including MIG and electric arc welding, use of circuit and current controls, protective devices and care of equipment and accessories. Metallurgical considerations, electrode and base metal, electrode classifications and welding symbols. Carbon arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting, MIG, physical testing and analysis of weld specimen are included.
An advanced study of lighting control systems, console programming and automated lighting control. Control system architecture, set-up and communication protocols will be used to study advanced programming techniques. Automated fixtures, advanced dimming systems, color scrollers, and traditional lighting fixtures will be studied in a fully functional moving light lab. Students will receive individual instruction using computer emulation, WYSIWYG simulation and hands-on programming sessions on a variety of consoles. NOTE: Class is taught on ETC Ion and GrandMA Consoles.
ENT 3320 Technical Production Tuesday/Thursday 2:30:00 PM 5:30:00 PM
For Fall 2014: Need professors to oversee scenery construction and installation AND another person to oversee lighting. Supervised laboratory in the technical areas of production. Handson experience in the planning, construction, rigging and running of productions to learn backstage procedures and operations in a performance situation. Emphasis placed on careful pre-planning, appropriate safety procedures and on followup critiques and evaluation of the work done. Assignments will be made on the basis of the ability and the prior achievements of each student, assuring a variety of work experiences. Each succeeding semester will involve a greater degree of production responsibility.
MTEC 1003 Media Computation Skills Lab Monday/Wednesday 8:30:00 AM 9:45:00 AM
MTEC 1003 Media Computation Skills Lab Tuesday/Thursday 6:00:00 PM 7:15:00 PM
A workshop based lab that offers supportive training in current tools used in emerging media computation and version control. Topics covered include but are not limited to command line interfaces, shell scripting, distributed version control systems, and remote server administration. The faculty supported, workshop environment encourages self-learning, which will help students stay relevant in the face of rapid technological change.