DesignIntelligence has ranked SCAD’s graduate and undergraduate interior design programs No. 1 in the nation. Join the prestigious faculty behind these stellar programs as a part-time interior design professor.
In this role, you will share your enthusiasm for design excellence, commitment to education and willingness to collaborate with other majors throughout the university.
The SCAD interior design B.F.A. and M.F.A. programs challenge creative students to become innovative designers capable of critical thinking and effective communication, while the M.A. focuses on design research and writing. Professional ethics and values are enhanced within the context of social, environmental and global design practice.
This position requires college-level teaching experience in studio classes, hand rendering, history and computer applications, including proficiency in Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit, and Adobe Creative Suite. Working knowledge of SketchUp, Autodesk 3ds Max and other Adobe programs is preferred.
Candidates should provide strong examples of work demonstrating professional and teaching experience with space planning and furniture placement; selection of furniture, fixtures and equipment; sustainable design; as well as preparation of construction documents.
– M.F.A. or equivalent in interior design or a related field
– Experience in residential retail, commercial, health care and hospitality design
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