Panel: Lecturers in 3D Design

The Dublin School of Creative Arts is compiling a panel of Lecturers who are available to teach 3D Design subjects including Product Design, Furniture Design and Spatial Design from September 2018 onwards.

The position/s will primarily involve lecturing on the B.Sc Product Design, BA Design (Interior/Furniture), the MA in Design Practice (3D Design stream) and supervising at MPhil level.

Successful candidates will be a creative and innovative individuals willing to work as part of a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team with a particular focus on 3D Design (Products, Furniture etc) and Spatial Design.

Succcessful candidates will typically have a Master’s degree in a relevant 3D Design discipline such as Product or Furniture Design, an excellent 3D design portfolio showing a range of work and professional design experience working in industry, consultancy or private practice.

If you would like to be considered for one of the positions then we would love to hear from you. In the first instance please send a CV to with an expression of interest. The closing date for receipt of CV's is June 1st, 2018. Interviews will take place in June 2018.

Candidates will be paid at the DIT HPAL (Hourly Paid Assistant Lecturer) rate.

DIT is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to the employment policies, procedures and practices which do not discriminate on grounds such as gender, civil status, family status, age, disability, race, religious belief, sexual orientation or membership of the travelling community.

DIT operates a policy of Garda Vetting & Disclosure of Criminal Convictions.  All applicants will be asked to disclose criminal convictions and will undergo Garda Vetting as part of the selection process. Any appointment will be subject to applicants obtaining a Visa to travel to China.


Images: Dyson Design Challenge, Fergus McQuillan Graduate work 2017, Shape/ Form/ Proportion First Year Project, Third Year Product Design Wireless Charger Project, Darragh Allen


  • Panel: Lecturers in 3D Design
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