Savannah College of Art and Design
Part-Time Professor of English
SCAD seeks a Part-Time Professor of English for its Hong Kong location to help shape the language and discourse of undergraduate students across disciplines. English plays an essential role in the School of Liberal Arts and SCAD Core, the university’s general education curriculum.
In this role, you will join one of the most academically diverse general education programs at any art and design university and further advance SCAD students’ ability to investigate, express, defend, and advance ideas.
As part of the energetic and innovative SCAD liberal arts faculty, the ideal candidate has university-level teaching experience. The candidate should also display a passion for fostering engaged learning while working with a variety of learning styles at a leading arts university. The ability to prepare the next generation of creative professionals, majoring in advertising, animation, visual effects, fashion, and more, is essential. A specialty in creative writing, literary analysis, and/or rhetoric is preferred. Qualified English faculty may occasionally be asked to work with students with non-native level English, so a qualification in English as a second language would be an advantage.
From skyscrapers to sacred temples, white-sand beaches to mountain views, Hong Kong’s creative scene spreads across the region. Providing the perfect backdrop for teaching and learning, the vibrant island city of Hong Kong thrives as a global capital of entertainment, digital media, fashion, and design.
- Terminal degree in English, writing, or a related field
ADA TAGTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Special instructions to applicantsNote: Only complete packages will be considered. An unofficial transcript of your highest degree awarded, cover letter, resume or CV, and portfolio are required. For the portfolio, you have the option to upload electronic documents/images, or a URL.