The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles.Â As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the âTrojan Family,â which is comprised of the faculty, students, and staff.Â
USCâs School of Cinematic Arts, John Wells Division of Writing for Screen and Television, is seeking an experienced feature writer with vast experience in writing feature-length screenplays.Â The ideal candidate will have written several screenplays that have been produced or optioned. Prior teaching experience is preferred but not required.Â Â
The John Wells Division of Writing for Screen and Television offers programs leading to a Screenwriting Minor, a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and a Master of Fine Arts degree.Â The primary goal of the Writing for Screen and Television Division is to produce quality storytellers by fostering individual voices and perspectives unique to the writer.Â All writing-intensive courses are workshop style with an emphasis on revision and collaboration.Â
Minimum education: Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from a four-year institution Minimum experience: Two produced features that have been released in theaters or on television
USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering has been one of the economic engines in Southern California and a vital hub in the California economy. The technical innovations and ideas generated by the Viterbi faculty and research community have resulted in countless innovations, many becoming the foundations for new companies, products and services. The thousands of students graduating each year bring new ideas and vitality to companies in California and beyond. With an annual research budget exceeding $205M each year, more than 46 research centers and institutes, more than 180 faculty members, 7,800 students and over 60,000 impassioned alumni world-wide, the Viterbi School is addressing some of the world’s great challenges.