Adjunct Professor - Visual Communications
September 30th, 2022

Job Description

Teach at a regionally accredited creative college in Uptown Dallas / Oak Lawn Ave area of the Dallas Design District. **MUST HAVE EARNED MASTER’S DEGREE WITH 18 GRADUATE HOURS IN THE SUBJECT AREA (VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS, GRAPHIC DESIGN, ETC.) This is a part-time opportunity. **

Courses may be on-campus, therefore candidates must live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to apply.

The professor is responsible for the success of the total teaching/learning process within the assigned classroom, laboratory, shop, or other learning environment. The professor has the primary responsibility in academic matters for the content, quality, and effectiveness of the curriculum and further has opportunity to participate in institutional governance and influence institutional policy and practice through the role of professor and committee assignments.

Job Responsibilities

  • Performs and carries out the teaching assignment in an effective and efficient manner;
  • Is responsible for student mastery of course competencies;
  • Establishes and maintains appropriate office hours;
  • works individually and collaboratively with others to retain current students;
  • Remains current in the teaching discipline through professional development activities; maintains familiarity with recent publications and journals in the teaching discipline; and participates in professional organization meetings where appropriate;
  • Attends faculty, in-service, and curriculum development meetings, responsibilities in such will be outlined by the Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs;
  • Assists with the research function of the college by determining industry demands and employer expectations of graduate competencies;
  • Advises students regarding their academic performance and progress;
  • Reports student progress and attendance at the direction of the Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs;
  • submits course materials, syllabi, and examinations to the Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs;
  • Recommends course textbooks;
  • Recommends industrial materials for classroom use and maintenance;
  • Recommends instructional materials and resources;
  • Recommends titles for library acquisitions;
  • Maintains up-to-date curriculum resource files;
  • Complies with all college policies, rules, and regulations;
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or higher and at least 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline for credit courses REQUIRED.
  • Industry experience preferred.
  • Teaching experience preferred.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that may include weekday or evening classes.
  • Comfortable with distance learning technology.
  • Must provide official transcripts.

How to Apply

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Posted By
Jennifer Magee


Dallas, TX

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