• Adjunct Faculty P/T - Digital Art and Design

    Job Location(s) US-NY-Old Westbury
    Posted Date 2 years ago(5/8/2017 2:49 PM)
    Job ID
    College of Arts & Sciences
    # of Openings
    Position Type
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) offers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide.


    Since 1955, NYIT has pursued its mission to: provide career-oriented professional education, give all qualified students access to opportunity, and support research and scholarship that benefit the larger world.


    For more information, visit nyit.edu.



    Teach in areas of animation, 3D modeling, compositing, visual effects, and motion graphics. Opportunities are available at both Manhattan and Old Westbury campuses. Successful candidates will be able to contribute their technical expertise within the context of an academic environment that stresses the aesthetic, conceptual, and historical within a student’s portfolio development.



    M.F.A. or related degree in the fields of digital art, graphic design, or fine arts and familiarity with some of the following: Maya, Nuke, Toon Boom, and After Effects is required. Practical experience with industry post-production pipeline in the current cg/animation industry is required. Applications will be collected from now until May 25th, but qualifying candidates will be considered after that date.

    Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae and portfolio


    NYIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity


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