The University of Missouri–St. Louis announces a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor position in Graphic Design beginning fall 2013.
Graphic Design is a BFA program of the Department of Art and Art History, in the College of Fine Arts and Communication. The program extends beyond skill and concept development – by seeking to instill in students passion for visual communication, problem solving and experimentation.
Candidates should have exceptional qualifications as a graphic designer, possess a genuine commitment to teaching design at the college level, and be proficient with Mac platform.
Candidates must be able to teach several of these subject areas: Visual Communication Design (print, exhibition, packaging), Typography, Integrated Branding Systems, Illustration, Web Design (using html5/css/js/current industry standards), Mobile Web, Motion Design.
Qualifications: Professional creative credentials with a demonstrated design background required. Masters or terminal degree required. Three years teaching experience at the college level or equivalent required.
Duties/Responsibilities: The position involves teaching, research, and shared program administration responsibilities.
Rank & Salary: Assistant Professor; full-time tenure track; salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Appointment: Nine-month academic appointment in Art and Art History Department.
Application: Send a letter of application accompanied by your resume, three letters of recommendation and 15 examples or links to your creative work, and examples of your students' work. Submit all materials electronically to email@example.com.
Deadline: Screening begins February 15, 2013; the position remains open until filled.
EEO/AA Policy: The University of Missouri-St. Louis is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity employer.