Continuing Education Adjunct Faculty (CAD for Patternmaking)

Moore College of Art & Design

Moore College of Art & Design’s Continuing Education department seeks adjunct faculty to teach CAD for Patternmaking for adult learners on Mondays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. This position runs from September 30th, 2019 through December 5th, 2019.

 

Course Description: This course provides hands-on experience in computer-aided patternmaking with a focus on its creative potential and industry-standard techniques. Participants develop flat patterns using state-of-the-art software that advances skills in patternmaking, markermaking, and grading. Projects focus on digitizing, creating block patterns, using X and Y grading, and setting up size range rule tables for advanced pattern development. Students create size layouts for cutting and use a plotter for printing final patterns. The Lectra/Modaris system is taught in a PC lab. Class size limited to 12. Prerequisite: Construction Techniques.

 

Instructors will work closely with Continuing Education staff, delivering an art-based curriculum in their area of expertise in a timely and organized manner. Instructors inspire and guide students in creating individual and collaborative works of art. Students of this program may enroll in individual courses according to their interests or complete eight required courses in one field of study to earn the certificate.

 

Successful candidates for this position are creative, organized individuals. They are dedicated to their craft and have demonstrated ability as incredible instructors with a history of engaging students. Applicants for this position will have an undergraduate, graduate, teaching certification, and/or equivalent professional experience in one of the listed areas of study.

 

Requirements:

  • A terminal degree or equivalent combination of education and professional/artistic experience, some adult or college-level teaching experience, and evidence of professional activity is required
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to learn and use the Moodle learning platform on a regular basis
  • Punctuality and dependability for class schedules is necessary
  • Willingness to be flexible with class teaching schedules
  • Knowledge of and ability to teach students about industry standards within your specialization

 

Education Level: 
A terminal degree or equivalent combination of education and professional/artistic experience, college-level teaching experience, and evidence of professional activity is required.
To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter and draft 10-week syllabus to ce@moore.edu with a subject line that includes the name of the course you are interested in teaching.