Fashion Design Educator. Rank: Instructor or Assistant Professor
FASHION DESIGN POSITION
Position: Fashion design educator. Rank: Instructor or Assistant Professor. Determination of rank is dependent upon qualifications. Available August 10, 2019.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in the areas of fashion and design. Teaching areas are flexible and could include: apparel design/product development, pattern development, draping, basic and advanced garment assembly, textiles, basic design concepts, formal wear, active wear, sportswear and casual wear, portfolio development, CAD, fashion sketching, history of fashion, and apparel quality. Teaching responsibilities within the design curriculum core are flexible and could include, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, design psychology, global design, design thinking, and introduction to design for all majors. Non-teaching responsibilities include scholarly research and/or creative activities that lead to peer-reviewed presentations and/or publication, advising students, assisting with departmental and university activities, and serving on committees.
Program: The design program emphasizes creative problem solving within the design and business sectors. The department is housed in the College of Visual and Performing Arts and offers a four-year degree in Design with majors in Interior Design (BFA), Fashion Design (BFA), Fashion Merchandising (BS), and Design Management (BS). The department consists of 10 faculty members and around 250 majors. Portfolio review selection process is required for admission into upper division courses.
Facilities: Outstanding facilities and equipment include dedicated studios for design and merchandising, CAD lab, multimedia classrooms, reference library, and a convenient office complex in a spacious, light-filled environment. The design department also houses “maker” spaces equipped with a variety of hand and power tools, CNC router, laser cutters, and 3-D printers.
Institution: Radford University is a comprehensive, coeducational state institution of approximately 9,600 students nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the New River Valley. In addition to its inspirational natural surroundings, it is close to Virginia’s historic sites, North Carolina’s design market attractions, and important metropolitan cultural centers.
Application: Submit a cover letter of application addressing relevant qualifications for the position, a curriculum vita, and portfolio. Include the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three professional references that may be contacted. Official transcripts will be required of all finalists prior to interview. Applicants must apply online through Radford University’s HR site https://jobs.radford.edu/. Click on Instructional Faculty Link
Dr. Farrell Doss, Search Committee Chair
Deadline: Review of applications will begin January 3, 2019 and continue until position is filled.
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