Packaging Design Instructor - Position Information
- Digital Design
- Vancouver, Canada
- Part Time
- # of Positions:
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Reporting to the Head of School of Creative Technologies, the Packaging Design Instructor will be responsible for delivering curriculum effectively and providing feedback to students. The Packaging Design Instructor requires strong layout and design skills, demonstrated ability in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and the ability to be able to communicate concepts and practices in a highly energized and passionate manner.
- Working from a course syllabus, develop lesson plans detailing what will be taught and how the course material will be delivered.
- Work closely with the Head of School of Creative Technologies to ensure class curriculum is accurate and up-to-date and is communicated to students in a clear and concise manner.
- Provide students with guidance on issues relating to design development and production.
- Mentor students through the application of different methodologies and production techniques.
- Provide students with regular feedback.
- Other duties assigned by the Head of School of Creative Technologies.
- Post-secondary certificate, diploma, degree plus minimum 3 years of industry experience or minimum 10 years of industry experience.
- Experience working with and teaching students is an asset.
- Ability to lead workshops, lectures and seminars.
- Excellent communication, organizational, time management and interpersonal skills.
- Critical thinking and problem solving skills.