SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & DESIGN

Associate / Assistant / Professor in Design

Expiring today

Location
Singapore (SG)
Posted
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
End of advertisement period
Thursday, 14 November 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Associate / Assistant / Professor in Design

Job Description

Singapore University of Technology & Design is embarking on its next phase of growth. With a bold vision and ambition, together with its innovative approach to education, multi-disciplinary research and pervasive partnerships with industry, government and global universities, we will deliver a truly unique and exciting university experience for our students to create a better world by design.

SUTD is searching for an Associate / Assistant / Professor in Design, including Design Thinking, Business Model Innovation, Design Engineering, Systems Thinking, and Digital and Data-Driven Design.  Education, research, service, and practice interests may also include Design Pedagogy, Design Studies, Cognitive Sciences of Design, and Social Psychology of Design.
 
Job Requirements
The applicant(s) and candidate(s) should demonstrate deep academic and industry knowledge in one or more of the following areas: product and industrial design, product development and evolution, complex systems design (systems of systems), business and organizational design, and / or design innovation.  Applications of the candidate’s(s’) research and practice may align to the strategic growth areas of the University, including healthcare, cities, aviation, or artificial intelligence; and other areas of importance to communities, regions, cities, and nations.

Candidates should possess a PhD in an engineering or design related fields, possess a strong creative foundation as an industrial designer, design engineer, business / organizational designer, and / or systems designer, with a passion for pushing the limits across engineering, architecture and the design disciplines. For some candidates, depending on the field of study, a Masters’ degree may be sufficient if such a degree is the accepted norm for a faculty member in their field.  Again, all candidates should be committed to the above areas of excellence.