ECU Continuing Studies is hiring contract-based teaching positions for our new Creative Tech Fundamentals (CTF) micro-credentials program in support of Vancouver's expanding creative tech scene.
The creative technology sector is flourishing in Vancouver, BC. The past two years of the pandemic have propelled video games and animated content consumption to new heights. Despite rapid sector growth and increasing worker demand, a recent comprehensive study points to a talent shortage as a primary challenge for creative tech companies. This means there is an immediate demand for instructors and experts to teach these skills.
Working closely with industry partners revealed the most sought-after hires in creative tech possess three kinds of skills: technical, creative, and collaborative.
We are seeking instructors to teach courses designed to build skills in these three core areas. These roles allow those with a passion for the field to teach and play an instrumental part in shaping the future of creative tech talent.
What's it like to be an Emily Carr Continuing Studies instructor?
When you join the community of creative practitioners and educators at ECU, you benefit from a supportive team ready to guide you through onboarding to lesson planning. Our flexible teaching schedule also allows for remote and on-campus teaching.
Hear what Continuing Studies instructors have to say about their teaching and onboarding experience at ECU:
ECU is hiring candidates with expertise in:
|Animation||2D + 3D Animation||2D + 3D Game Development|
|3D CAD drawing||Character Design + Development||Design Thinking for Games|
|Motion Graphics||Project Management|
|Team Leadership||UX + UI for Games||Visual Effects|