Digital Design 3A Lecturer - Independent Contractor (August 2020 - December 2020) - DD3LIC03
Code/Reference:
DD3LIC03
Applications accepted until:
2020-08-22
Number of Openings
1

Campus/Business Unit:

Vega School - Durban Campus

Direct Reporting Line:

Head - Academic

Job Purpose:

Academic delivery of module, allowing students to further develop their knowledge and skills from second year to deepen their ability to analyse, create and evaluate solutions in the field of Digital Design and to apply this knowledge and skills through highly conceptual thinking in the spheres of digital strategy, digital communication, storytelling, digital interactions and experience to produce user-centred design solutions.

Education:

Ideal:

BA Honours or Masters in Multimedia Design;

BA Honours or Masters in Design in Digital Media;

BA Honours or Masters in Digital Design;

BA Honours or Masters in Interaction Design. 
                       
Alternatively:
BIS Honours or Masters in Multimedia or similar, with at least 3 years experience as a designer or in advertising.

Work Experience:

At least 4 years industry experience, with a collaborative, cross-platform, multi-disciplinary approach to conceptualising and crafting for various kinds of brand communication, marketing and advertising.

An aptitude for Design Thinking and Creative Strategy in relation to problem solving, preparing for action, critical engagement and decision making is a must.

Required to have a layered portfolio detailing your ability to engage with complex brand challenges following all of the above.

Experience in 3D animation and design for mobile applications is essential.

Experience in Misrosoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint required for academic administration and delivery.

Good knowledge and proficiency of the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro and XD); 3DS Max and of web development such as html5, CSS, jquery and javascript is a prerequisite.

Key Performance Area:

Deliver the module in such a manner as to achieve the stated subject outcomes within the assigned contact hours.

The assessment of student work within the stipulated marking and moderation cycle and provide constructive feedback to students and reporting any students concerns to the Relationship Navigator.

Class preparation and development of lesson plans in a constructivist learning approach.

Proactively participates in Vega events, such as Open Days, Graduation and others. Arrange for the appropriate guest lecturer to support application to the world of work.

Operate in line with The Independent Institute of Education's (The IIE) policies.

Working Conditions:

Campus environment.

 

Equity Statement:

Preferably equity candidate.

Disclaimer

Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted within two weeks of applying. Should you not hear from us in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.