Marlboro College website:
Official posting:

Marlboro College, a liberal arts institution of 320 students and 39 faculty invites applications for a tenure-track position in Ceramics. Marlboro is noted by the Princeton Review for its academic excellence and commitment to lively classroom discussion between students and faculty. Teaching at Marlboro affords faculty the opportunity to teach and learn broadly as they see fit within their area of expertise.

The successful candidate will teach introductory, intermediate and advanced courses in Ceramics as well as a second subject such as drawing or color, and will support advanced, independent, often cross-disciplinary undergraduate work in a liberal arts setting. Applicants should be solidly grounded in the vessel tradition; should have knowledge of form, function, and design principles; and should also have knowledge of the diverse field of contemporary ceramics. The successful candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm and ability to maintain the studio, kilns, and glazing facility that are a crucial part of the broader visual arts program at Marlboro. Marlboro College is committed to the recruitment of faculty who reflect the diverse and multicultural character of American society. College teaching experience required. MFA recommended.

Send letter that addresses teaching philosophy, CV and list of references to Margaret Hunt, Marlboro College, P.O. Box A, Marlboro, VT 05344.

Interviews will take place at the CAA meeting in February, 2010. Starts September 1, 2010. EOE