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Job Ad: Fashion Design Lecturers PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 October 2008
(Indonesia, Singapore, China, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Mongolia)
Responsibilities:

  • Design course curriculum materials for lessons in Fashion Design
  • Plan and deliver these lessons in a clear and appropriate manner
  • Monitor and endeavor to maintain high student moral and motivation
  • Ensure student discipline
  • Assist with school promotional activities
Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Fashion Design or equivalent from a recognized academic institution
  • 5 years industry experience with a credible portfolio
  • Preferably 2 years lecturing experience in Fashion Communication & Co-ordination,
  • Fashion Design, Illustration, Pattern Drafting & Draping, Sewing Techniques, or other relevant areas of study
  • Dynamic and enthusiastic, with an interest to nurture students and to help them achieve their potential
  • Creative with an ability to adapt to a multi-cultural setting and to handle students of different nationalities
  • Willing to relocate to one of our Asian campus

Please email a comprehensive resume (with contact number in PDF or Word format), academic certificates, 2 reference letters, a recent photograph and portfolio or website links showing your works to Ms. Christine Vasco at This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

Details of our Corporation can be viewed at http://www.raffles-education-corporation.com

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Job: Fashion Marketing and Management Lecturer PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 October 2008

(Indonesia, Singapore, China, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Mongolia)
Responsibilities:

  • Design course curriculum materials for lessons in Fashion Marketing Management
  • Plan and deliver these lessons in a clear and appropriate manner
  • Monitor and endeavor to maintain high student moral and motivation
  • Ensure student discipline
  • Assist with school promotional activities

Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Fashion Design, Fashion Management, Fashion Merchandising or equivalent from a recognized academic institution
  • 5 years industry experience with a credible portfolio
  • Preferably 2 years lecturing experience in Fashion Business, Fashion Buying, Fashion History, Fashion Merchandising & Marketing, Shape & Composition, Styles & Trends,or other relevant areas of study
  • Dynamic and enthusiastic, with an interest to nurture students and to help them achieve their potential
  • Creative with an ability to adapt to a multi-cultural setting and to handle students of different nationalities

 

Please email a comprehensive resume (with contact number in PDF or Word format), academic certificates, 2 reference letters, a recent photograph and portfolio or website linksshowing your works to Ms. Christine Vasco at This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

Details of our Corporation can be viewed at http://www.raffles-education-corporation.com



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