ADJUNCT FACULTY | INTERIOR DESIGN | CUSTOM FURNISHINGS|ON-CAMPUS
URGENT NEED, GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH PASSIONATE STUDENTS
*********Canidate must have shop and carpentry experience
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RCMAD) seeks qualified applicants with shop and carpentry experience for the position of Interior Design Adjunct Faculty who will be part of a growing, dynamic community of diverse educators. RMCAD is a small, premier college certified by HLC and NASAD offering degrees in fine and applied arts. Adjunct faculty are assigned courses based on expertise in that field of interior design, availability and student enrollment.
The Interior Design campus and online programs are CIDA accredited. The program is unique to many, providing an emphasis in Sustainable Design. The interior design B.F.A. program challenges creative students to become innovative designers capable of critical thinking and effective communication within the context of global design practice. The program is seeing a growth in student enrollment in each eight week term, which operates year round.
At RMCAD, interior design students learn to apply historical, cultural, theoretical and aesthetic concepts in combination with technical and practical expertise in designing spaces and user experiences that add to the health, safety, welfare and value to the built environment. Students participate in an internship in their senior year and graduates have been successful finding employment after completing the program.
ID 3550 CUSTOM FURNISHINGS (3 CREDITS)
This junior-level course emphasizes innovation and creativity in the design of functional furniture pieces. Students investigate appropriate materials, including sustainable alternatives, and apply relevant assembly and construction techniques for their designs. Upon successfully completing this course, students will understand and implement the creative, technical, and practical processes involved in the design and construction of custom furniture for specific uses.
Class Dates and Meeting Time:
Spring C 2018 Term March 5th 2018-April 29th 2018 Meets Tuesday Thursday 2:30 PM- 8:00 PM On Campus
Primary Responsibilities: Teaching and Instructional Activities: the practice and art of teaching, including evaluation by students, supervisor(s), and self. Faculty must also comply with all administrative and classroom management policies, procedures and instructional deadlines.
- Work with students on the assembly and construction techniques for their designs of a custom furniture piece
- Record class attendance in Faculty Portal and submit midterm/final grades by the due date specified.
- Provide timely and periodic feedback to students on assignments and participation. This includes discussion board posts, critique zone feedback, as well as feedback within the learning management system.
- Attend required training sessions and departmental meetings.
- Courses range from Survey of Interior Design, Introduction to Sustainable Design, Design Process and Planning, CAD, Revit, Residential Design, Special Use Design, Design Research and Construction Documents.
Candidates must have:
- Master’s degree or MFA in Interior Design or a related area, unless they have substantial professional practice experience supporting their academic achievements.
- NCIDQ Certification (preferred) and or LEED Certification
- Significant professional experience
- Minimum of two years teaching experience
- Shop and Carpentry Experience
- Must reside in Colorado
HOW TO APPLY
Using the online application link, qualified candidates can submit their CV/Resume, unofficial transcripts, and a portfolio of professional experience or a link to their professional website for immediate consideration.