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Academic Director
The Academic Director (AD) of Graduate Degree Programs is responsible for leading all aspects of Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York (SIA-NY) graduate degree programs and graduate certificate programs. The AD: cultivates exceptional teaching quality throughout all graduate degree programs; strategically aligns curricula across three (3) distinct MA programs (MA in Art Business, MA in Contemporary Art, MA in Fine & Decorative Art & Design), develops as well as oversees any future MA programs to guarantee programs are complementary and to ensure that each program has clear professional applications and strong career outcomes; oversees the academic experience of graduate degree students; and maintains compliance with accreditation standards. Click here to learn more.

Adjunct Faculty
The M.A. program in Fine and Decorative Art and Design (New York ) is accepting applications for adjunct faculty to teach a graduate-level course for the Fall 2020 semester. Art & Design: The Emergence of Global Trades is a core class required by first-year MAFDAD students. The program seeks applicants with experience teaching art history and knowledge of the international art market.The successful candidate will have demonstrated abilities to engage students and create an educational environment that challenges students’ thinking. Click here to learn more.

Director, Career Services
The Director of Career Services will manage all of aspects career services and programming for current students and alumni with their career planning and successful transition to employment in the art world. He/she will be responsible for creating workshops, training programs, mentorship programs, internship and employer programs to ensure that SIA students will be successfully employed in the art world. Based in New York, this position will report to the Director and CEO. Click here to learn more.

Faculty in Contemporary Art
The new Faculty member will be in charge of sharing the administrative duties with the program director, delivering and attending lectures and leading associated seminars/workshops/office hour, assessing student assignments, accompanying students on local, national and international study visits, conducting personal tutorials, sharing in the student advisory duties of the full-time faculty guest lecturing in SIA courses; interviewing prospective students. Click here to learn more.

Faculty in Art Business
The new Faculty member will be a key member of the academic team, sharing the delivery of at least 2 Master’s Degree courses per semester and advising thesis/master’s projects students each academic year. He/she will work closely with the Academic Director, program directors, faculty, and program managers in the administration of the program, and contribute to the continuing development of this emerging discipline. Click here to learn more.

Program Assistant, Pre-College Programs
As a leader within the residence life program, the Program Specialist will directly support the Residence Director (RD) in administrative, supervisory, and management tasks required of the pre-college program. The Program Specialist will serve as an advisor and role model for responsible behavior, work ethic, and integrity for both staff and approximately 250 students. This is a live-in position with housing provided. Click here to learn more.

Program Specialist, Pre-College Programs
As a leader within the residence life program, the Program Specialist will directly support the Residence Director (RD) in administrative, supervisory, and management tasks required of the pre-college program. The Program Specialist will serve as an advisor and role model for responsible behavior, work ethic, and integrity for both staff and approximately 250 students. This is a live-in position with housing provided. Click here to learn more.

Teaching Assistant, Pre-College Programs
The TA is responsible for supporting the lead faculty and co-teacher in and outside of the classroom each day that class is in session. Responsibilities also include joining students on quasi-daily field trips to museums, galleries, auction houses and more across different parts of New York City as required for courses and projects. Having a good sense of the Fordham campus and the city and knowing how to get around in public transportation will be a critical part of the role. TA’s may also be expected to attend and participate in other program events including the closing ceremony, student check-in and check-out, and for other events that may arise. Click here to learn more.