The School of Industrial Design is seeking qualified contract instructors to teach the following courses. The course list and timetable are subject to change.
IDES 1000 Theory and History of Design
IDES 1300 Projects IA
IDES 2101 Mass Production Technology A
IDES 2205 Sensory Aspects of Design
IDES 2300 Projects IIA
IDES 3105 Visual Communication and Package Design
IDES 3106 Advanced Computer Applications
IDES 3300 Projects IIIA
IDES 3502 Contextual Nature of Products
IDES 3601 Industrial Design and the User
IDES 4001 Industrial Design Seminar
IDES 4301 Minor Projects A
IDES 4310 Major Project (Fall and Winter terms)
IDES 1001 Industrial Design Analysis
IDES 1301 Projects 1B
IDES 2102 Mass Production Technology B
IDES 2105 Computer Applications
IDES 2302 Projects IIB
IDES 2600 Ergonomics for Product Design
IDES 3104 Exhibition Design
IDES 3302 Projects IIIB
IDES 3306 Special Studies, Design and Sustainability
IDES 3503 Professional Practice
IDES 4302 Minor Projects B
Review Industrial Design (IDES) course descriptions.
Application Procedures and Deadlines
Applications should be received by May 31, 2017.
Candidates must have a degree in a relevant field of design, preferably a professional graduate degree and/or work experience in the subject area of the course. Candidates must have excellent communication and presentation skills; teaching experience would be an asset.
A completed contract instructor application form, covering letter, curriculum vitae including educational background, employment history, and related work experience should be sent by email to Anna Kim, School Administrator,.
Carleton University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our University including but not limited to women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
All successful applicants will be required to familiarize themselves with the contents of “An Orientation Handbook for New Faculty and Contract Instructors at Carleton University”.
All new contract instructors will be required to complete Carleton University’s New Contract Instructor Orientation offered through Carleton’s Educational Development Center. The course covers rules and regulations of the University, online tools and other critical information necessary for course development, delivery and examinations as well as student communication protocol.