Professor, Interactive Design & Game Development/ARVR

As a SCAD professor, you will be required to meet expectations of planning and preparing for teaching, as well as maintaining an active and engaged classroom environment. You will be responsible for syllabus design, submission, and approval; holding office hours and midterm grade reviews; providing extra-help sessions, extended-learning opportunities, and field trips; and conducting course and program-level assessments. A professor provides feedback to students to aid in their academic growth. SCAD prepares talented students for creative professions through engaged teaching and learning.

A professor teaches courses, as determined by contact hours, and in accordance with their credentials, university needs, and a signed employment agreement. The university, in its sole discretion, may assign the professor to a teaching or non-teaching position as stipulated in the employment agreement.

The position entails modeling professionalism, fulfilling grading and academic documentation requirements, recording attendance, following academic policies and regulations, and supporting academic assessment and institutional effectiveness efforts. Other responsibilities include attending on-ground and virtual events such as faculty meetings and admission events, curriculum assessment and development, institutional effectiveness and accreditation support, and any other events, exhibitions, or publicity assignments. Additional duties may be assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:
  • University-level teaching experience, especially with online course development
  • Proficient with Unreal Engine, Unity, Maya, 3D Studio Max, and Adobe Photoshop
  • Professional experience in visual art and design production

Travel Required: Less than 10% 

Work Hours: As noted in the employment agreement. 

ADA Tag: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements and minimum qualifications listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and/or meet the minimum qualifications.