Professor of Computer Art

Location: Savannah, GA Posted: Dec 6

Job Description

Join SCAD Savannah as a full-time professor of computer art in the School of Digital Media. Modern artists and designers use a wide range of computer tools in their careers. The survey of computer art courses serves as a foundation and is required of nearly every student at SCAD. Professors must be versed in digital technology for various applications and be able to inspire students to learn more about how to apply these tools to their particular degree.
In this role, you will teach survey classes in computer art, including an overview of various computer software, project- and file-management techniques, vector and raster digital graphics files, resolution for print or screen, introduction to 3-D concepts, 2-D and 3-D animation basics and web portfolio basics. You will also assist students in the creation of an online portfolio, with a focus in the various digital media industries, as a final deliverable. In addition, you will communicate the advantages and objectives for diverse media-based industry approaches and processes.
The ideal candidate has industry and college-level teaching experience, specifically with online coursework preferred, and a superior-grade reel with a breakdown. Knowledge of Maya or Maxon Cinema 4D, web portfolio creation and the Adobe Creative Suite are preferred, as is familiarity with 3-D environments and compositing, to include modeling, texture creating, lighting and rendering.
⎯ Terminal degree or its equivalent in broadcast design, motion graphics, visual effects or a related digital media field
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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