Vacancy - Lecturer in Communication Design

The Department of Communication Design in the Open Window School of Visual Communication Design seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Communication (Graphic) Design.

Many Open Window lecturers, in addition to their academic roles, are actively engaged in creative practice. Our investment in highly qualified and industry relevant staff is deemed critical in directing our students in work-integrated learning projects of value.

JOB SPECIFICATION:

  • Teaching and assessment within the field of Communication Design.
  • Working with a team of colleagues to develop the Communication Design curriculum and participating in all Communication Design department related tasks.
  • Executing administrative tasks in support of the academic offering and the Communication design team

The successful applicant should be qualified with an Honours or Master’s degree in the field of Communication Design/Graphic Design/Information Design.

The applicant must display a comprehensive portfolio featuring industry based projects and requires industry-based experience or teaching experience at a tertiary
institution.

The Open Window (OW) is an accredited private higher education institution recognised for setting innovative standards in field of visual arts and digital sciences. Founded in 1994 with a focus on providing a unique tertiary platform where practice-led tuition links traditional fine art practice with the applied arts. Emphasis is placed on continual innovation within curricula so as to maintain relevance in the rapidly evolving creative arts industries.

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