Employment Opportunities

 The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.

For more information about job listings, please contact Human Resources at hr@moore.edu.
 

Full-Time Faculty Positions

PART-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

Continuing Education FACULTY POSITIONS

 

Current Staff Positions

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Full Time FACULTY POSITIONS

POSITION: Moore College of Art & Design is seeking to hire a full-time faculty Chair in Fashion Design. The 3-year full-time appointment starts in August 2015. Salary and rank commensurate with experience and is subject to the collective bargaining agreement with Moore Federation of Teachers.
 
QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will be an innovative teacher/designer with an advanced degree in a fashion related field or equivalent credentials; eight or more years of professional experience in the fashion industry; and a dynamic leader with demonstrable administrative experience. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years college-level teaching experience, preferably with at least three years full-time, teaching all levels of design and construction studios as well as experience teaching a combination of the following classes: drawing, draping, apparel fabrics, portfolio development and history of costume. The successful candidate will have a demonstrable record of professional achievement in the fashion industry and promise of continued active professional involvement in the industry and/or with appropriate professional and/or academic organizations. The Chair promotes excellence in teaching, creativity, research and engagement through mentoring, peer reviews and program assessment. The Chair will be a creative visionary, knowledgeable about the larger field of fashion; current and future trends in the industry such as wearable technology; demonstrable ability to increase the visibility of the major and further strengthen its regional, national and international presence and the ability to make connections in order to support a more global perspective within the curriculum and for internship placements. To excel in this position an individual will be able to increase the number of contemporary fashion industry contacts and facilitate active and meaningful student engagement with outside professionals. Outstanding written and communication skills are a must. Building on the department’s strong history, the Chair will guide innovative curriculum development within the major and through electives such as fashion merchandizing, technology in fashion and other business courses that will prepare students to be agile in the current and future job market. The successful candidate will have evidence of strong leadership and must have demonstrable administrative experience as an academic leader.

 
DUTIES: Chair responsibilities include oversight of the Fashion Design major and minor. The full-time faculty Chair teaching load is 6 credits each semester in addition to 3 credits of release time for the departmental administration of Chair duties, office hours and participation in college and administrative work. Chair responsibilities in the summer are necessary to handle traditional duties. The Fashion Chair oversees the fall Jumpstart Fashion Show and the annual spring Fashion Show as well as other pop-up fashion related community events. Chairs are expected to work collaboratively with colleagues, staff and administration and to work strategically to support recruitment, retention, outreach and mission. Chairs are expected to actively participate in BFA Enrollment meetings and to collaborate with Admissions on strategies for stimulating enrollment including but not limited to developing targeted events highlighting departmental strengths and working with Marketing and Communications to provide fashion related content for web, announcements and publications. Chairs are expected to establish new partnerships and interdisciplinary collaborations in the fashion industry and with other partners.
 
COLLEGE & COMMUNITY: Moore College of Art & Design celebrates more than 165 years of educating women for careers in the visual arts as the nation’s first and only women’s visual arts college. Moore’s student-focused environment and professionally active faculty form a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district. With an enrollment of approximately 500 BFA students, Moore offers 10 BFA majors – Art Education, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive & Motion Arts Interior Design, and Photography & Digital Arts. The Fashion Design major is one of Moore’s two largest majors with just over 90 majors. All BFA majors have a required paid internship. Moore currently offers 3 graduate programs leading to an MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations, MFA in Interior Design and MFA in Studio Art and is launching two new programs, an MA in Social Engagement and MFA in Community Practice in summer 2015. The Galleries at Moore provide a forum of exploring contemporary art and ideas, enriching the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the Greater Philadelphia community, and beyond. This is accomplished through diverse innovative exhibitions, free education programs and events for all ages that not only highlight the College as a place to meet, learn, challenge and create but also support Moore’s mission of educating students in careers in art and design; and publications offering insights into the work of established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers. 
 
The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: A review of applications will begin December 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
Please send application materials via e-mail with the following materials sent as a PDF:
  • Letter of interest
  • Full CV
  • Teaching philosophy
  • Contact information of three professional references
  • At least three syllabi and digital images of student work from each course. (Additional student work can be submitted if labeled with course/level/assignment.)
  • A digital portfolio of professional work either via URL or as a PDF
  • Please include an inventory sheet of images (as a PDF) that corresponds with your submitted images. If you prefer that your images are viewed in a particular order, please number them accordingly.
     
All application materials/files should be labeled appropriately. Moore will not accept, evaluate or be responsible for hardcopies or original copies of portfolio materials. Please do not submit additional or original portfolio materials, they will be discarded and not considered part of the application. Portfolios on a CD will not be returned.
 
Submit materials to:
Dona Lantz, Academic Dean
Attention: Jenny Emery, Executive Assistant to the Academic Dean
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179
jemery@moore.edu
215-965-4012
 

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POSITION: Moore College of Art & Design is seeking to hire a full-time faculty Chair of Liberal Arts. The 3-year full-time appointment starts in August 2015. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience and subject to the collective bargaining agreement with Moore Federation of Teachers.
 
QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will be an innovative teacher/scholar with a Ph.D. or equivalent experience and professional standing in Art History, Visual/Cultural Anthropology, History or a Humanities/Literature field. Regardless of specialization, candidates must have a strong commitment to a Liberal Arts pedagogy and coherent vision for contemporary modes of multicultural discourse and emergent academic disciplines relevant in an art and design education. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years college-level teaching experience, preferably with at least three years full-time, teaching at all levels. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate previous experience teaching in college or university environments that have included art and design students and will have experience in developing innovative curriculum. The Chair promotes excellence in teaching, creativity, research and engagement through mentoring, peer reviews and program assessment. Candidates must have a demonstrated active record of professional achievement; promising record of scholarly research; and the potential for critical recognition in an area of scholarly pursuit. Outstanding written and communication skills are a must. Building on the department’s strong history, the Chair will guide innovative curriculum development. Preference will be given to candidates who indicate a developed understanding of teaching strategies that incorporate digital technologies including online teaching, interdisciplinary and emerging learning-based pedagogies. The successful candidate will have evidence of strong leadership and must have demonstrable administrative experience as an academic leader.
 
 
DUTIES: Chair responsibilities include oversight of the Art History, Curatorial Studies and Art Education majors, a Creative Writing minor and a Business minor. The full-time faculty Chair teaching load is 6 credits each semester in addition to 3 credits of release time for the departmental administration of Chair duties, office hours and participation in college and administrative work. Chair responsibilities in the summer are necessary to handle traditional duties. Ongoing professional scholarship and participation in college and committee service is required. Chairs are expected to work collaboratively with colleagues, staff and administration and to work strategically across the College to support recruitment, retention, outreach and mission. Chairs are expected to actively participate in BFA Enrollment meetings and to collaborate with Admissions on strategies for stimulating enrollment including but not limited to developing targeted events highlighting departmental strengths and working with Marketing and Communications to provide related content for web, announcements and publications.
 
 
COLLEGE & COMMUNITY: Moore College of Art & Design celebrates more than 165 years of educating women for careers in the visual arts as the nation’s first and only women’s visual arts college. Moore’s student-focused environment and professionally active faculty form a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district. With an enrollment of approximately 500 BFA students, Moore offers 10 BFA majors – Art Education, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive & Motion Arts Interior Design, and Photography & Digital Arts. All BFA majors have a required paid internship. Moore currently offers 3 graduate programs leading to an MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations, MFA in Interior Design and MFA in Studio Art and is launching two new Graduate programs, an MA in Art & Social Engagement and MFA in Community Practice in the summer 2015. The Galleries at Moore provide a forum of exploring contemporary art and ideas, enriching the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the Greater Philadelphia community, and beyond. This is accomplished through diverse innovative exhibitions, free education programs and events for all ages that not only highlight the College as a place to meet, learn, challenge and create but also support Moore’s mission of educating students in careers in art and design; and publications offering insights into the work of established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers. 
 
The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Review of applications will begin December 1 and will continue until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
Please send application materials via e-mail with the following materials sent as a PDF:
  • Letter of interest
  • CV
  • Teaching philosophy and research interests
  • At least three syllabi and selected samples of student work if appropriate
  • Contact information of three professional references
  • Links to any professional or scholarly work can be included via a URL.

 

All application materials/files should be labeled appropriately. Moore will not accept, evaluate or be responsible for hardcopies or original copies of portfolio materials. Please do not submit additional or original portfolio materials, they will be discarded and not considered part of the application. Portfolios on a CD will not be returned.
 
*Interviews will be scheduled during the CAA Conference in NYC from February 11-14, 2015. Please indicate in the cover letter if you will be attending this conference.
 
Submit materials to:
Dona Lantz, Academic Dean
Attention: Jenny Emery, Executive Assistant to the Academic Dean
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179
jemery@moore.edu
215-965-4012
 
 
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POSITION: Moore College of Art & Design is seeking to hire a full-time, year-round Graduate Program Manager to provide visionary leadership for the MFA in Interior Design low-residency, evening, weekend and online graduate program. The position will begin in August 2015. Salary and rank commensurate with experience and is subject to the collective bargaining agreement with Moore Federation of Teachers.
 
QUALIFICTIONS: The ideal candidate should hold a MFA or terminal degree in Interior Design/Architecture or have equivalent experience and a demonstrative record of 2-5 years successful college-level teaching experience as well as certification from passing the NCIDQ exam with LEEDS certification desired. The ideal candidate will have teaching experience at the graduate or post-graduate level and will demonstrate an understanding of the depth of research required at the graduate level. The successful candidate possess the ability to plan and coordinate innovative program development and have a working knowledge of historical, conceptual and theoretical aspects of design and environmental theory as well as demonstrating the ability to work with and critically engage students exploring innovative design; and conducting research in a wide variety of design areas. The ideal candidate demonstrates experience with real world projects and project-based learning as well as demonstrable evidence of professional activity with the promise of continued professional practice. Preference will be given to candidates who indicate a developed understanding of teaching strategies that incorporate digital technologies including online teaching and emerging learning-based pedagogies. The Graduate Program Manager will have evidence of strong leadership, excellent writing and interpersonal communication skills and must have demonstrable administrative experience and the ability to explicate a strong and coherent future for graduate studies in the field of Interior Design.
 
DUTIES: This position provides administrative and curricular oversight of the MFA in Interior Design Program and reports to the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, who reports to the Academic Dean. The Graduate Program Manager for Interior Design is responsible for all aspects of program planning and implementation including student recruitment and enrollment, budgeting, marketing, faculty hiring, annual design forum development and coordination, student advising, field placement coordination and thesis tracking. The Graduate Program Manager has a reduced teaching load of no more than 9 credits per academic year (fall, spring and summer) for the departmental administration of Graduate Program Manager duties, office hours and participation in college and administrative work. The Graduate Program Manager will monitor students’ progress and handle specific student academic issues that may arise. 
 
 
COLLEGE & COMMUNITY: Moore College of Art & Design celebrates more than 165 years of educating women for careers in the visual arts as the nation’s first and only women’s visual arts college. Moore’s student-focused environment and professionally active faculty form a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district. With an enrollment of approximately 500 BFA students, Moore offers 10 BFA majors – Art Education, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive & Motion Arts, Interior Design, and Photography & Digital Arts. The Fashion Design major is one of Moore’s two largest majors with just over 90 majors. All BFA majors have a required paid internship. Moore currently offers 3 co-ed graduate programs leading to an MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations, MFA in Interior Design and MFA in Studio Art and is launching two new programs, an MA in Art & Social Engagement and MFA in Community Practice in summer 2015. The Galleries at Moore provide a forum of exploring contemporary art and ideas, enriching the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the Greater Philadelphia community, and beyond. This is accomplished through diverse innovative exhibitions, free education programs and events for all ages that not only highlight the College as a place to meet, learn, challenge and create but also support Moore’s mission of educating students in careers in art and design; and publications offering insights into the work of established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers. 
 
The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: A review of applications will begin February 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
 
Please send application materials via e-mail with the following materials sent as a PDF:
• Letter of interest
• Full CV
• Teaching philosophy
• At least three syllabi and selected samples of student work if appropriate
• Contact information of three professional references
• Links to any professional or scholarly work can be included via a URL
 
All application materials/files should be labeled appropriately. Moore will not accept, evaluate or be responsible for hardcopies or original copies of portfolio materials. Please do not submit additional or original portfolio materials, they will be discarded and not considered part of the application. Portfolios on a CD will not be returned.
 
Submit materials to:
Dona Lantz, Academic Dean
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179
215-965-4012
 
 

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ART EDUCATION GRADUATE PROGRAM MANAGER

POSITION: Moore College of Art & Design is seeking to hire a full-time, year-round Graduate Program Manager to provide visionary leadership for the MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations low-residency, hybrid on-line/on-campus graduate program. The position will begin in June 2015. Salary and rank commensurate with experience and is subject to the collective bargaining agreement with Moore Federation of Teachers.

QUALIFICTIONS: The ideal candidate will be an innovative teacher with a terminal degree in Education or equivalent experience. The ideal candidate must have a masters level degree in art education and/or education and a demonstrated record of 2-5 years of successful college-level teaching and 5-10 years as a public or private school teacher in art education, K-12. The ideal candidate will have evidence of ability to develop innovative curriculum including knowledge of contemporary educational practices and appropriate adaptive strategies for student with disabilities. The Graduate Program Manager will have knowledge of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania System of Educatio PDE, accreditation standards and documentation requirements for professional certification. The successful candidate will have the ability to collaborate and incorporate a variety of opinions, teaching methodologies and models in an academic environment. Candidates must have a demonstrated active record of professional achievement/scholarship and the potential for critical recognition in the field of education. Preference will be given to candidates who indicate a developed understanding of teaching strategies that incorporate digital technologies including online teaching and emerging learning-based pedagogies. The Graduate Program Manager will have evidence of strong leadership, excellent writing and interpersonal communication skills and must have demonstrable administrative experience and the ability to explicate a strong and coherent future for graduate studies in Art Education.

DUTIES: This position provides administrative and curricular oversight of the MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations program and reports to the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, who reports to the Academic Dean. The Graduate Program Manager for Art Education is responsible for all aspects of program planning and implementation including student recruitment and enrollment, budgeting, marketing, faculty hiring, annual symposium development and coordination, student advising, field placement coordination and thesis tracking. The Graduate Program Manager has a reduced teaching load of no more than 9 credits per academic year (fall, spring and summer) for the departmental administration of Graduate Program Manager duties, office hours and participation in college and administrative work. The Graduate Program Manager will monitor students’ progress and handle specific student academic issues that may arise as well as review and recommend candidates for degree referrals, write letters of recommendation and submit appropriate documentation to the PA Department of Education for degree candidate professional certification.

COLLEGE & COMMUNITY: Moore College of Art & Design celebrates more than 165 years of educating women for careers in the visual arts as the nation’s first and only women’s visual arts college. Moore’s student-focused environment and professionally active faculty form a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district. With an enrollment of approximately 500 BFA students, Moore offers 10 BFA majors – Art Education, Art History,  Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive & Motion Arts, Interior Design, and Photography & Digital Arts. The Fashion Design major is one of Moore’s two largest majors with just over 90 majors. All BFA majors have a required paid internship. Moore currently offers 3 co-ed graduate programs leading to an MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations, MFA in Interior Design and MFA in Studio Art and is launching two new programs, an MA in Art & Social Engagement and MFA in Community Practice in summer 2015. The Galleries at Moore provide a forum of exploring contemporary art and ideas, enriching the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the Greater Philadelphia community, and beyond. This is accomplished through diverse innovative exhibitions, free education programs and events for all ages that not only highlight the College as a place to meet, learn, challenge and create but also support Moore’s mission of educating students in careers in art and design; and publications offering insights into the work of established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers. 

 

The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: A review of applications will begin February 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
 
Please send application materials via e-mail with the following materials sent as a PDF:
• Letter of interest
• Full CV
• Teaching philosophy
• At least three syllabi and selected samples of student work if appropriate
• Contact information of three professional references
• Links to any professional or scholarly work can be included via a URL
 
All application materials/files should be labeled appropriately. Moore will not accept, evaluate or be responsible for hardcopies or original copies of portfolio materials. Please do not submit additional or original portfolio materials, they will be discarded and not considered part of the application. Portfolios on a CD will not be returned.
 
Submit materials to:
Dona Lantz, Academic Dean
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179
215-965-4012
 

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PART-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

BFA Illustration Adjunct Faculty Positions

Moore College of Art & Design is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach in the BFA in Illustration Degree Program in spring 2015.  We are seeking candidates with both college-level teaching experience and professional experience in teaching Maya.

APPLICATION PROCEDURESApplications must be submitted as a PDF

1)     Please submit a CV and a brief cover letter

2)      A digital portfolio of Professional work and Student work either via URL or as a PDF


Please submit materials to:

Kathryn Dethier, Chair of Design, kdethier@moore.edu

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• Web Media
 
Moore College of Art & Design is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach in the BFA PDA (Photography & Digital Arts) Program in spring 2015. We are seeking candidates with a terminal degree and college-level teaching experience to teach Web Media on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-11:20am.
 
Course Description:
The Web Media course is designed to help students synthesize their understanding of motion, time, information and interactivity as effective visual strategies in a web environment.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Applications must be submitted as a PDF
Please submit the following materials to Robert Goodman, Chair of Photography & Digital Arts, rgoodman@moore.edu
1) CV
2) Brief cover letter
3) 2 references (Names and contact information only)
4) A digital portfolio of Professional work and Student work either via URL or as a PDF
The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.

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BFA Foundation Department Adjunct Faculty Positions:

Visual Thinking, Drawing I &II, Color, Design I & II

Moore College of Art & Design is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach in the BFA Foundation Department in the 2015-2016 academic year. We are seeking candidates with a terminal degree and college-level teaching experience to teach any of the following courses:  

Visual Thinking, Drawing I, Drawing II, Color (includes working knowledge of Photoshop), Design I:  Image & Surface (includes working knowledge of Illustrator and Photoshop) and Design II (includes familiarity with the safe handling of woodshop equipment).

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Applications must be submitted as a PDF:

Please submit the following materials to Lynn Palewicz, Chair of Foundation, lpalewicz@moore.edu

1) CV

2) Brief cover letter

3) 2 references (Names and contact information only)

4) A digital portfolio of Professional work and Student work either via URL or as a PDF

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Continuing Education FACULTY POSITIONS

CONTINUING EDUCATION ADULT PROGRAMS
The Continuing Education Department’s Adult Programs focuses on seven professional certificate programs offered in four 10-week sessions with various teaching opportunities that arise throughout the year.  On campus courses meet one evening a week and a number of courses are offered online. A bachelor's or master’s degree or equivalent professional background in relevant areas is required. If you are interested in exploring possibilities for teaching with us, please send email with attached resume to Judy Woodworth, Co-Director for Continuing Education (jwoodworth@moore.edu).

Interior Design Studies
The Interior Design Studies Certificate Program requires faculty with general interior design expertise and/or specialized interior design skills in color, lighting, mechanical drafting, and CAD for Drafting.

Fashion Studies
The Fashion Studies: Technical Design Certificate and the Fashion Studies: Apparel Construction Certificate require faculty who have experience with the contemporary fashion environment and/or specialized skills in one of the following areas: sewing, garment construction, flat patternmaking, fashion textiles, Photoshop and Illustrator for fashion, and Lectra.

Fashion Merchandising+Production (Online)
The Fashion Merchandising+Production Certificate Program requires faculty with a background in the contemporary fashion environment, as well as specialized skills in one of the following areas: apparel design principles, fashion textiles, fashion trend and color forecasting, fashion retailing, product development, merchandising planning and control and international retailing.  The College will provide training in teaching an online course.

Motion Graphics (Hybrid/Online)
The Motion Graphics Certificate Program requires faculty with skills in one of the following areas:  color systems and 2D design (online), digital imaging with Photoshop, digital typography (online), digital production standards (online), After Effects, storyboarding for film and animation (online), and 3D motion design.  As noted, some courses will be offered online and the College will provide training in teaching an online course.

Web Design and Digital Media for Print+Web
The Web Design Certificate and the Digital Media for Print+Web Certificate require faculty with skills in general digital design using Abobe Creative Suite basics and/or specialized skills in one of the following: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, WordPress, HTML, CSS, Dreamweaver, design for mobile devices, and color pre-press production.

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CURRENT STAFF POSITIONS

Status:                   Exempt, Senior Management
Position:                 Director of Development
Reports to:             President

Senior Manager:     Senior Managers are responsible for implementing the strategic direction of their department in alignment with the College Strategic Plan and in consultation with the President and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.  As experts in their field, Senior Managers take a leadership role in the College, managing their team to fulfill the mission of their department.

Purpose:     Responsible for planning and implementing of all fund-raising for the College.  Manages day-to-day operations of the Development Office, including oversight of the Annual Fund, Visionary Woman Awards, planned giving and Alumni Affairs programs.  Responsible for managing capital campaign efforts.

Requirements:

  • Ability to plan, manage and implement the fundraising goals of the College which include the Annual Fund, the Sarah Peter Society, Capital Campaign, Legacy Society and other development initiatives.
  • Bachelor’s degree and at least six years’ experience in fund raising, preferably in a college or university environment.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational abilities.
  • Experience with Raisers Edge, Microsoft Word, and Excel.
  • Knowledge of donor/wealth management systems.
  • Knowledge of Philadelphia-area fund raising community, especially knowledge of individual major donors and prospects.
  • Knowledge of capital resource development.

 

Responsibilities and Duties

Plans and organizes the development program to meet financial goals agreed upon by the Director, President and the Board. Oversees Annual Fund and Alumni Affairs programs and staff. Direct coordinator of special events including visionary woman awards. Organizes cultivation of major prospects with the goal of developing a proactive major gift program. Supports the President and Board in capital campaign planning, implementation and securing contributions. Responsible for personally cultivating and soliciting a limited number of capital campaign prospects. Manages and develops strategies for all corporate, foundation and public sector prospects to fund College priorities. Liaison to the Development Committee and the Visionary Woman Awards Committee. Participates in setting the College’s fund raising priorities with the President and the Board. Drafts proposals for major individual prospects, corporations, foundations and public sector entities. Oversees preparation of periodic development reports. Directs stewardship activities for all major contributors: individuals, corporations, foundations and public sector entities. Monitors development of department budget and expenditures. Supervises 3 other staff who report to the Development Director.

To Apply:

Interested candidates send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Moore College of Art and Design; 20th Street and The Parkway; Attn: Director of Human Resources; Philadelphia, PA  19103 fax: 215.568.1773, email: HR@Moore.edu.

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Status:             Exempt
Position:           Academic Advisor
Reports to:      Associate Dean, Educational Support Services

Purpose: Under the direction of the office of the Dean of Academic Affairs and in conjunction with Educational Support Services and the Office of the Registrar, provide general academic advising to BFA and Post Baccalaureate students at Moore College of Art & Design. Provide academic advising to continuing students not making satisfactory progress. Provide assistance to students in setting academic goals and strategies. Provide feedback to the administration on academic needs of students. Maintain full-time (9:00 – 5:00 or equivalent) office hours Monday through Friday.

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree required in field of education or equivalent.
  • Minimum three years of academic advising experience or equivalent with direct responsibility for managerial report design/preparation/analysis for academic student related issues.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Computer skills, including Excel, Power Campus.
  • A team-based work ethic.

   

Responsibilities:

1. Assist the Registrar in maintaining academic plans for BFA majors and minors, Post Baccs, and graduate programs.

2. Maintain curriculum guides for all BFA majors/minors, Post Baccs, and graduate programs, and inform Admission and Communication Offices of curriculum changes including updates and/or reviews of text for the website and printed materials.

3. Advise BFA and Post Baccalaureate students in regard to their academic and program standing including: course selection, majors/minors, GPA requirements, graduate requirements, academic plans, transfer credit concerns, policies and procedures, drop/add, leave of absence, withdrawals, study abroad, Mobility program (Coordinator), external study and dismissals.

4.  Serve as the staff liaison to Arcadia for the International Studies courses including but not limited to coordinating Arcadia on-campus promotional visits; provide Chairs and/or faculty with promotional and ongoing materials; track & report on student registration activity; complete the advisory approval forms and coordinate sending of official transcripts to Arcadia ; support students in completing the registration process including facilitating the completion of other forms such as the faculty approval forms and financial aid/scholarship forms; provide information and/or international travel materials for Moore’s website and maintain appropriate communications with students (and/or families) who have registered up until the time of departure.

5; Serve as an international travel liaison to Moore faculty and students on Moore sponsored travel classes including working with the faculty and Academic Dean to prepare and then provide travel check-off sheet for students; copy of the passport and any other required materials from students and faculty; provide information and/or international travel materials for Moore’s website and maintain appropriate communications with students (and/or families) who have registered up until the time of departure. 

6. Oversee the Happy Fernandez Fellowship and Jane Walentas travel Scholarship.

7. Promote and help advise students regarding general study abroad programs.

8. Conduct student workshops including topics such as graduate school planning and an overview of course registration policies and procedures during Summer Pre-Orientation.

9. Serve as the Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) for SEVIS for the College. Oversee Moore’s other DSO officials.

10. Maintain all forms and documentation related to F-1 Visa international students maintaining legal status including Curricular Practical Training (CPT), Optional Practical Training (OPT), and travel outside of the United States.

11. Update the International Student Handbook with the Dean of Students and Admissions.

12. Research and write proposals regarding academic polices such as transfer rules, incompletes, grade changes and other ongoing student handbook changes annually.

13. Advise, mediate, strategize with student requests for variances to academic policies and procedures and/or in working out impediments to performance through direct consultation or by directing student to the appropriate service area

14. Conduct liberal arts credit and studio/liberal arts elective evaluations for all potential transfer students.

15. Schedule all incoming deposited transfer students as well as all returning students who took a leave of absence or were dismissed by the College.

16. Continue to monitor and maintain transfer credit coding system and inform Admissions to update all transfer evaluation templates to reflect curricular changes.

17. Consult and assist Admissions regarding new and existing articulation agreements with community colleges.

18. Instruct and provide support to faculty and students regarding the navigation of the college’s online student database system.

19. Consult with Department Chairs in regard to student performance and graduation and curricular requirements. Assist Chairs and Graduate Program Director in developing unique individual plans for students when necessary.

20. Evaluate/analyze with the Registrar the course offerings in relationship to established curriculum sequencing, pre-requisites and graduation requirements. Follow up with recommendations to the Academic Dean and/or Academic Council.

21. Collaborate with Assistant Registrar and IT in developing PowerCAMPUS reports, online registration and system upgrades.

22. Provide ongoing support to Liberal Arts and Foundation Department Chairs in conjunction with the Registrar to review the first year schedule and support multiple section schemes for flexibility.

23. Serve and participate in committees such as Academic Council, Academic Standards, NAC and other College committees as requested.

24. Maintain records in regard to the use of all advising resources.

25. Other duties and projects as assigned by the Academic Dean and/or Associate Dean.

To Apply:  Interested candidates submit cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: Moore College of Art & Design; 20th and The Parkway; Philadelphia, PA  19103; Attn: Director of Human Resources, Email: HR@Moore.edu,
Fax: 215.568.1773

The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class.

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Job Title:                     Circulation Supervisor
Department:                Connelly Library
Exemption Status:               Non-Exempt

Summary of primary duties and responsibilities:

We seek an energetic, experienced and service oriented individual to plan, organize, supervise, and coordinate all activities connected with the circulation of library materials, including patron registration, checking in and out materials, shelving, reserves, and renewals.  Hire, train, schedule, and supervise work-study students.

Qualifications/Requirements:

Ideal candidate will have library reference and supervisory experience, sufficient to demonstrate competency with MAC and PC software applicable to library searches, networks, daily operations, and supervisory management.  Must have strong written and oral communication skills, as well as decision-making and organizational skills.  Experience with the Innovative Interfaces integrated library system desirable.

Educational experience: MLS, MLS candidate, Associate in Library Science.  Other relevant experience will be considered.

To Apply: .  Interested candidates send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Moore College of Art and Design; 20th Street and The Parkway; Attn: Director of Human Resources; Philadelphia, PA  19103 fax: 215-568-1773, email: HR@Moore.edu.

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YOUTH PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS

POSITION: The Continuing Education Department at Moore College of Art & Design has opportunities for part-time instructors with undergraduate degrees, teaching certification and/or equivalent professional experience to teach courses in the following areas: fine arts (two dimensional and three dimensional), photography, fashion, jewelry design, animation and illustration.  Fall and spring courses take place on Saturdays during a 10-week semester.  Summer classes take place during a five-week, week day semester. 

To Apply:  Please submit resume with brief cover letter to:hr@moore.edu or Judy Woodworth, Director for Continuing Education, Moore College of Art and Design, 20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

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