The University of Alabama — Faculty Non Tenure, Interior Design

Successful applicants will be teaching undergraduate classes in a CIDA-accredited design program, assuming responsibility for the senior preservation studio, advising students, and providing service to the University and profession.

Applicants must have an MPS (Master of Preservation Studies) “or” PhD in interior design (or closely related preservation field) to be conferred by August 15, 2018. Candidates must demonstrate the potential to teach courses in interior design in one or more of the following areas: residential and commercial interior design studio, historical measurement for HABS documentation, sustainable design, and the history of furnishings and decorative arts. Applicants must also demonstrate knowledge and experience working with community partners and engaged scholarship, as well as historic homes and house museums.

Additional Position Information:

  • A broad background in interior design with focused education and experience in preservation is required.
  • Previous undergraduate teaching experience and professional design experience are preferred.
  • Active participation in preservation planning and projects is desired.

This position is a non-tenure earning renewable three year contract. It is renewable each year based on performance, need, and funding availability.