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Graphic Design Faculty (Tenure-Track Open Rank or Non-Tenured Professor of Practice)

University of Baltimore k

Baltimore, MD

Sep 18
Job Description

Graphic Design Faculty (Tenure-Track Open Rank or Non-Tenured Professor of Practice)
Klein Family School of Communications Design, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
University of Baltimore
Vacancy Number 300908

Faculty position with full, competitive benefits package
Salary: Competitive
Position is open until filled, and applications received by November 8, 2018 will receive priority consideration.

The Klein Family School of Communications Design (KFSCD) invites applications for two tenure-track (rank of assistant or associate) or Professor of Practice (non-tenured) faculty positions in Graphic and Interactive Design beginning in August 2019 (contingent on final budgetary approval). The positions require professional and/or artistic accomplishments and evidence of teaching ability appropriate for classroom and online instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate level. At least one hire will be at the associate professor level, someone who can step into running a program.

Three innovative programs in KFSCD offer design classes: the MFA in Integrated Design, the MA in Integrated Design, and the BA in Digital Communication. The School’s interdisciplinary faculty is continually developing new ways of approaching and teaching design. KFSCD is an innovative and dynamic environment in touch with the current marketplace, with a mission of helping students become accomplished professionals. Our programs all rely heavily on digital design, and programs in other divisions link to this curriculum as well.

For this position we seek an individual who can teach a broad variety of design courses across media platforms, including linear and interactive media and web design. Ideal candidates will also have a strong foundation in design theory and history. Candidates must also demonstrate an awareness of current industry trends in the design field and the desire to explore new developments both theoretically and in practice.

The standard teaching load is six to seven courses per year.

We invite you to visit our website for more information about the College of Arts and Sciences and the Klein Family School of Communications Design at http://www.ubalt.edu/cas/about-the-college/schools-and-divisions/school-of-communications-design/index.cfm.

The University of Baltimore is an urban campus with a large population of non-traditional students. We prepare our alums for careers in a wide variety of professions. We have a low student-teacher ratio, with students receiving a high level of faculty interaction. UB is a member of the University System of Maryland. We are located in mid-town Baltimore bordering the Mt. Vernon cultural district, Station North Arts District, and the world-class Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. We are convenient to Baltimore public transportation and a block from Baltimore’s Penn station with easy access to commuter rail and Amtrak.

Qualifications:

Required: Candidates must hold a terminal degree (M.F.A. or Ph.D.) in Graphic Design or related field. Candidates must have higher education teaching experience, a strong portfolio, and the willingness to work collaboratively. The successful candidate will maintain a creative/research agenda, contribute to program and curriculum development, and participate in university service and other areas of faculty responsibility.

Preferred: Candidates with an exceptional record of creative, professional and/or scholarly activities appropriate to rank; demonstrated excellence in teaching; industry experience in an area related to their design expertise; and 3-5 years of higher education involvement.

Electronic applications are required. Before applying, please save your CV and your letter of application. Your CV, letter, or both must show a URL for your portfolio site.

Visit http://www.ubalt.edu/about-ub/offices-and-services/human-resources/jobs-at-ub.cfm?&posting=1344 to access our electronic application and apply.

The University of Baltimore ("UB" or "University") does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, race, religion, age, disability, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected characteristics in its programs, activities or employment practices. UB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Compliant Employer & Title IX Institution.

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The University of Baltimore is the public undergraduate, graduate and professional University, located in the heart of the state's largest city and proud to embrace the diversity that is critical to its role as an urban anchor institution. From its beginnings, the University has granted educational access to a remarkably wide range of students: working adults, first-generation college goers, career changers, and those who require the flexibility not found in traditional college settings.