Create an integrated and immersive educational experience embedding concepts and skills with humanities, sciences, critical & historical studies in order to foster the development of a holistic and sustained practice. The program is an integrated learning community with faculty from the departments of Design and Humanities & Sciences working together to provide students with research-led, and project-based learning. A range of practice and skills will be represented to offer students an experience in which discipline assumptions are exposed, explored, and questioned. The studio instructors will teach full time on their subject perspectives in relationship to the unit themes. Alongside practice instruction in the studio and technical workshops in the labs, students will engage in critical and historical studies, starting the contextual process of “situating practice”. Learning outcomes to be addressed include cross-discipline-based knowledge and understanding, applied knowledge and understanding, cognitive skills including evaluation and critical analysis, writing and communication skills, digital literacy, and autonomy, accountability, and working with others. Cornish College of the Arts is a Collective Bargaining institution. Our Faculty CBA can be found on our website and referenced for salary ranges.
The Design program provides a platform for students to explore and apply cross-disciplinary perspectives and applications to their project research and practice. The Illustration Instructor will work with H&S Instructors and Critical and Contextual Studies Instructors. This role will involve teaching delivery over the 9 month academic year. The Illustration Instructor will participate in the development, planning and organization of the program as a whole, as will serve on committees and groups as determined by the Chair
1. To be responsible for the day-to-day teaching of the Illustration studio component of the Design department and contribute to it’s strategic and academic development.
2. To be responsible, under the direction of the department Chair for the assessment of students in their studio module and the development of teaching and learning strategies appropriate to the nature of the program of study.
3. To contribute to the curriculum development of the studio component and ensure the continuous improvement of the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of the program.
4. To deliver a learning experience that offers intellectual, practical and technical experiences, illuminating connections across disciplines.
5. To teach across different year groups within the design program.
6. To ensure that the College’s policies, procedures and regulations in terms of induction, health and safety and conduct are fully met.
7. To implement, monitor and document students’ performance through assessment mechanisms.
8. To contribute to curriculum development, particularly to assist in the planning, updating and development of the cross-disciplinary curriculum.
9. To participate in specified teaching and research/scholarly activities to fulfill academic and professional objectives.
10. To participate in professional development activities, including training events, workshops, seminars and conferences, as recommended by the Program Director.
11. To undertake any such other duties commensurate with the post as determined by the Program Director.
• A BFA, MA or MFA degree in Illustration or related discipline
• Evidence of a minimum of three years undergraduate teaching experience
• Professional experience emphasizing Illustration with motion graphics a plus
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
• Ability to demonstrate Illustration skills and knowledge
• Knowledge of best practices in illustration workflows.
• A wide-ranging knowledge of analogue and/or digital skills for illustration and motion graphics
• Knowledge of contemporary illustration design practice
• Knowledge of Typography and Layout
• Experience with collaborative curriculum planning
• Experience with assessment processes and feedback mechanisms
• Demonstrated ability to work closely and compatibly with a diverse student body, faculty, staff and other colleagues
• Experience working with project-based learning
• An interest in the exploring intersections across design, humanities & sciences, and critical and historical studies.
• Knowledge of accreditation
• Knowledge of illustration within a motion graphics design and production context
• Experience developing collaborative projects
• Team Leader – problem solver
• Commitment to education and student centered learning
• Able to take initiative and work independently
• Composed – able to deal with unexpected tasks and situations
• Good organization skills
• Open to learning and responsive to change
• Interested in a culture of innovation
• Adaptability, openness, curiosity
• Good interpersonal skills and professionalism
• Listening skills – facilitator
If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit the following via email to email@example.com:
1) Cover Letter
2) Statement of your teaching philosophy (1 page)
3) Diversity Statement. We would like to know more about your experience with diversity and inclusion, race and equity, and social justice. Please tell us about your experience teaching, engaging and working with diverse communities. (1 page)
4) Current CV/Resume
5) Cornish College Employment Application
6) Portfolio of client work (online or digital submission)
Deadline for applications is January 1st, 2018
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