Employment at PNCA
PNCA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and whose mission is to provide an education that prepares students for sustained creative achievement in the fine and design arts and throughout their lives. It seeks to strengthen student’s ability to interpret the conditions and events shaping the world and prepare them to engage that world and its cultures with understanding, enthusiasm, and integrity.
Pacific Northwest College of Art posts employment opportunities on the website as they become available. Please use one of the applications below to apply:
Academic Advisor International
The Academic Advisor International report to the Director of International Studies and is a key member of Academic Affairs’ International and Academic Advising programs at Pacific Northwest College of Art. The AAI works closely with the Director of International Studies (DIS), Academic Advisor (AA), Registrar, Director of Financial Aid and liaises with Student Services. The AAI supports the mission of College and the Academic Affairs department by guiding students successfully through PNCA’s academic policies and curriculum requirements, advising international students and scholars regarding US government regulations, and insuring the College’s compliance with current federal and international regulations.Posted: Oct 16, 2014
Annual Giving Manager
Pacific Northwest College of Art is seeking a dynamic Annual Giving Manager with strong annual giving fundraising experience to join its Advancement team. This person will play a key role in advancing PNCA’s Annual Fund program and giving societies.
The Annual Giving Manager is responsible for the development and management of a comprehensive, strategic, integrated effort to build the base of individual, alumni, parent and corporate annual fund donors and increase the level of support through annual giving at PNCA.Posted: Oct 13, 2014
Wood Shop Tech
Provide instruction in the safe operation of power and hand tools, basic and advanced woodworking techniques, advanced joinery techniques and finishing processes. The Woodshop Technician will work closely with 3D faculty, the Sculpture Faculty and the Chair of Studio Arts to support the curriculum. Work-hours will be scheduled around curricular needs and class demands and may involve some weekend hours.
Academic Affairs Office Assistant
Assist in the daily operations of the Academic Affairs Office by executing a variety of tasks in an efficient and effective manner. This is a ten month part time position covering three full days per week from August 1 through May 31.
Chief Advancement Officer
The Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) serves Pacific Northwest College of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Craft and will play an integral and important role in the strategic leadership of PNCA.
As a member of the Clusters Leaders Group and President’s Cabinet, the CAO will function as a highly visible member of the institution’s leadership team. This collaborative, team-building leader will provide strategic direction and oversight for PNCA’s advancement program, while working in close partnership with the Director of Communications on donor communications and alumni relations.Posted: Sep 26, 2014
Client Systems Tech I (help desk)
Maintain and support the academic and administrative client computer systems by maintaining an effective and professional delivery of support to the end-user client base. Educate students, faculty, staff, and alumni on best practices associated in the use of various technologies within learning and productivity on campus.Posted: Sep 17, 2014
Part time Faculty - Mathematics
This pool has been established to accept applications for ongoing part time faculty openings in the humanities, the social sciences, natural sciences, and in mathematics that may arise throughout the Academic year. In particular, there will likely be openings for courses in Mathematics in both Spring 2014 and Fall 2015. We are also looking for faculty with expertise in various Science disciplines, in World Art History, and in Literature, Humanities and Social Science.Posted: Sep 08, 2014
Life Models support the delivery of curricula, providing students with an opportunity to develop their craft in a professional, controlled environment. Through working with Life Models, students increase their perceptual and hand skills, develop a deeper understanding of anatomy and proportion, and connect to histories of artistic production.Posted: Aug 07, 2014
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