Structure a web site using hand-coded HTML;
Stylize a web site using hand-coded CSS;
Evaluate and implement popular frameworks such as Bootstrap and jQuery;
Understand fundamental principles of graphic communications and apply them to the design of visually engaging websites;
Reconcile traditional design approaches with the unique needs of responsive and interactive media that are accessed through various platforms;
Explore current trends and emerging standards in interactive design;
Organize content using standard tools and processes for information architecture; and
Plan and facilitate formal usability tests.
Minimum requirements: Candidates must demonstrate significant professional web design experience or hold a graduate degree in a related field.
Preferred qualifications: Prior college-level teaching experience is preferred.
Spring courses start on Monday January 22 and meet for 14 weeks with an additional meeting during the final exam period. Class time typically combines lecture and discussion, hands-on instruction, peer and faculty critique, and studio time allowing students to work on individual and group projects in close collaboration with the instructor. To apply, please submit the following materials by email attachment to email@example.com with the subject “IMM 130 Adjunct position”:
Letter of application describing qualifications
Curriculum Vitae detailing relevant professional and teaching experience
Contact information for three references
(For any materials larger than five megabytes, please provide a cloud link rather than an attachment.)
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon sufficient enrollment in the course and completion of a successful background check. The successful applicant must present proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
Founded in 1855, TCNJ is a selective, public primarily undergraduate institution that has earned national recognition for its commitment to excellence. TCNJ emphasizes the residential experience for our nearly 6,500 undergraduate students, 30% of whom are self-described as members of groups traditionally underrepresented in academe and STEM. Students benefit from a 13-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of 21 students, which has led to TCNJ attaining a first-year to sophomore retention rate of 94% and a graduation rate of 86%. TCNJ has also received national recognition for the adoption and promotion of the teacher-scholar model for our faculty and deep engagement of our undergraduates in research. TCNJ was awarded the inaugural “Campus-wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishment” from the Council of Undergraduate Research in 2016. In part because of TCNJ’s intentional and comprehensive integration of research into our undergraduate curricula and institutional culture, an increasing number of TCNJ graduates have pursued and completed doctoral degrees over the past ten years. TCNJ was awarded, in 2006, a Phi Beta Kappa chapter—an honor shared by less than 10 percent of colleges and universities nationally. A strong liberal arts core forms the foundation for programs offered through TCNJ’s seven schools—Arts and Communication; Business; Education; Engineering; Humanities and Social Sciences; Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science; and Science. TCNJ is located within an hour of New York City and Philadelphia. The College’s campus is set on 289 tree-lined acres in suburban Ewing Township and is known for its natural beauty. For more information, visit www.tcnj.edu.
To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff, and strongly encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply. TCNJ has also been a proud recipient of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant, which has worked to support the careers of female faculty members in STEM disciplines by developing systemic approaches to increase the representation and advancement of women.
The College of New Jersey, founded in 1855 as the New Jersey State Normal School, is primarily an undergraduate and residential college with targeted graduate programs. TCNJ's exceptional students, teacher-scholars, staff, alumni, and board members constitute a diverse community of learners, The College of New Jersey, founded in 1855 as the New Jersey State Normal School, is primarily an undergra...duate and residential college with targeted graduate programs. TCNJ's exceptional students, teacher-scholars, staff, alumni, and board members constitute a diverse community of learners, dedicated to free inquiry and open exchange, to excellence in teaching, creativity, scholarship, and citizenship, and to the transformative power of education in a highly competitive institution. The College prepares students to excel in their chosen fields and to create, preserve and transmit knowledge, arts, and wisdom. Proud of its public service mandate to educate leaders of New Jersey and the nation, the College will be a national exemplar in the education of those who seek to sustain and advance the communities in which they live.