This position is responsible for the recruitment of a diverse population of art and design students.
The Director of Recruitment will develop creative and effective recruitment plans and strategies to attract gifted, diverse applicants to the College.
In collaboration with the Director, Campus Planning the Project Manager will manage and coordinate College tenant improvement projects, real estate development projects, and assist in overseeing the maintenance of College buildings.
The Associate Director of Career and Professional Development provides key partnership in the strategic development and execution of the college's career and professional development programs for our students and alumni.
The Auditoriums Supervisor oversees Educational Media Services auditoriums staff and student workers on campus and is responsible for ensuring efficient day-to-day operations within the auditoriums and during events, under the direction and guidance of the Manager, Educational Media Services.
The Equipment Technician is responsible for administrative and technical work involved in the receiving, inspecting and issuing of film, video, photo, lighting and AV equipment, materials and supplies.
The Video Conferencing Specialist will research, recommend, and support video conferencing and virtual media technologies in the classrooms, meeting spaces, and at events, and as such will implement existing tools to support our current educational and business practices and to look for new solutions to solve their needs.
The Art Preparator is responsible for installing and de-installing exhibitions.
The Facilities Project Manager will manage and coordinate projects for the College Facilities Repairs and Replacement Program (FRRP) and assist with the ongoing maintenance of College facilities, with a focus on HVAC and electrical systems.
The Department of Humanities & Sciences at Art Center of College of Design seeks a dynamic candidate working at the intersection of design and anthropology.
The Department of Humanities and Sciences at ArtCenter College of Design seeks an established writer of poetry or fiction to teach courses in creative writing and literature.
The Sr. Software Engineer is responsible for creating and maintaining different types of web and mobile applications, client/server infrastructure, and information systems to help facilitate business and technical operations of the college.
Provides administrative support for two programs and is a first point of operational contact for the department.
The Department of Marketing and Communications at ArtCenter College of Design seeks to create greater awareness of the College, its students, faculty and alumni among key influencers by developing
The coordinator serves as a key organizer of the Photography and Imaging Department, implementing operational functions and distributing communications to students, faculty, staff and industry partners.
This part-time faculty position works with students in ArtCenter’s Product Design, Transportation Design, and Interaction Design programs overseeing coursework directly related to model making.