SCAD Hong Kong seeks a full-time professor of UX design to join its dedicated, award-winning faculty and prepare students for rapidly evolving design careers.
In this role, you will instruct students in the principles and tools of a progressive platform of programs within the SCAD School of Design, encourage the development of a strong interdisciplinary design community across SCAD locations and collaborate with related academic disciplines including interaction design, industrial design, design management and design for sustainability.
The ideal candidate has a demonstrated passion for inspiring and teaching at the college level, and the ability to motivate students and faculty to think creatively and critically. You should have experience working with students and faculty of diverse backgrounds and possess a thorough understanding of user experience design methodology and theories.
Strong graphic and idea visualization skills are essential, as is a background in contextual research, experience with prototyping and the ability to create compelling user interfaces that generate engaging interactive experiences with the user.
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 or its equivalent in interaction design, human-computer interaction, human factors, industrial design, service design, design management, interactive design and game development, graphic design or related discipline
- At least five years of industry experience
- Strong project-management skills
To 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.