Instructor - Digital Design - Position Information
- Digital Design
- Vancouver, Canada
- Part Time
- # of Positions:
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Reporting to the Head of School of Creative Technologies, the Instructor is responsible for delivering curriculum effectively and providing feedback to students.
- Provide students with instruction based upon existing curriculum in Interactive, Motion, and or UX Design.
- Class attendance and grading.
- Individual guidance of students where appropriate.
- Punctual and conscientious management of classes.
- Collaboration with Head of School of Creative Technologies and faculty on progression of courses.
- Collaboration with administration staff on resources and equipment issues.
- Attendance at staff meetings.
- 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.
- Working knowledge as a designer or art director with an interface design and information architect background.
- Portfolio demonstrating a high caliber of professional work.
- Ability to lead workshops, lectures, and seminars.
- Excellent communication, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills.
- Critical thinking and problem solving skills.