Primary responsibilities will include developing and teaching courses in upper and lower-
level studios in both furniture and product design, materials and processes courses, as well
as other support courses in the industrial design program area. Preference is given to those
that have strong fabrication skills and/or advanced CAD skills. Additional responsibilities
will include advising students, recruiting, maintaining labs/materials, program
development, providing instruction that fosters student’s success in their chosen area of
study, as well as participating actively in departmental governance and performing
academic service to the university and college. Maintaining a high level of related
scholarly/creative work is required.
Required Qualifications: A terminal degree in Industrial Design (Master’s or higher) or a
related field, potential for nationally recognized creative and/or scholarly research in their
field, and professional design experience. Preference may be given to candidates with a
minimum of 3 years teaching experience at the college level.