Watkins College of Art is one of the most dynamic cultural institutions in Nashville—America’s “It” City and ranked as the number one metropolis for high-sector jobs by Forbes. Nashville also is rated America’s friendliest city by Travel + Leisure and is continually noted for its creative economy, music, access to rural beauty, and eclectic and superb food scene.
Set against a beautiful lake and just two miles from downtown Nashville, Watkins occupies 13 acres and a 65,000-square-foot facility replete with film sound stages, galleries, and state-of-the-art studio space for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education artists. Accredited both regionally and nationally, Watkins was established in 1885 and has a rich history of meeting the highest standards of education for artists, designers, and filmmakers. Ascendant among national arts conservatories, Watkins offers competitive salaries, superb opportunities for employee professional growth, and generous benefits in healthcare, retirement, vacation, access to facilities, and more.
We welcome your interest in joining Watkins and invite you to peruse the job listings below to determine if any meet your background and experience.
Posted on: August 7, 2018
Reporting to the Acting Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management, the Recruitment Specialist is a front-line position requiring a dynamic, highly personable and results-oriented individual to represent the College both in person and online to prospective students and their supporters…(more)
Posted on: July 11, 2018
The Assistant Director of Student Life is a multi-faceted position responsible for housing and residence life, career services, and on-campus programming. Duties include program development and implementation, student advising and counseling, community partner relationship management, student crisis intervention and follow up, facilities management, residential student staff supervision, and other duties as required…(more)
Posted on: March 20, 2018
Watkins College of Art, Design, & Film is seeking an adjunct for the Film School for the Fall Semester 2018. Professional and Teaching experience is required; MFA degree preferred. FLM 589 Fundamentals of Editing Studio, 3 Contact Hours, 3 Credit Hours Students work on an advanced production (Production III, IV or MFA project), joining the … (more)