Adjunct Instructor - Interior Architecture and Design

California, United States
Salary Not specified
Mar 17, 2021
Employment Level
Employment Type
Part Time

Interior Architecture and Design Instructor (ONLINE/REMOTE TEACHING)
Qualified applicants possessing current knowledge in the following topic area(s) are encouraged to apply:

HISTORY AND THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, including survey classes from ancient times to the present.

DESIGN MEDIA, classes in the basics of 2D & 3D drawing and design, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, Autodesk Revit & AutoCAD, as well as SketchUp.

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE STUDIOS, from basic space planning to complex multi-use, multi-story adaptive reuse projects.

LIGHTING DESIGN & SUSTAINABLE BUILDING STRATEGIES, classes that would align with studios to give students the basic principles behind creative lighting design and good ecological practices in building.

BUSINESS & PROJECT MANAGEMENT, all aspects of interior design business practice and project management.

TECHNICAL DETAILING AND BUILDING CODES, including classes in construction documents and building codes.

For a sense of the depth and breadth of our course offerings, visit

Most classes will be via remote instruction and/or online in either synchronous or asynchronous formats. Most in person and remote instruction classes meet once a week for 11 weeks, typically from 3-6pm or 7-10pm. Online classes are deadline-driven and asynchronous. Many in person courses also take advantage of the online learning management system (Canvas) for distributing course materials, syllabi, assignments, and feedback.

Prior teaching experience is preferred.

 Minimum Qualifications
-Professional work experience, teaching background and advanced degree preferred
-College-level teaching experience preferred

To Apply:
Please visit the following link and click "Apply Now" to submit your materials:

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