LECTURER IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY, HISTORY (Bangkok, TH)
INDA, the International Program in Architecture and Design at Chulalongkorn University Thailand, is currently seeking to expand its team of dedicated and talented instructors with appointments in Architectural Design, History and Theory, and Architectural Technology.
Located in the vibrant capital of Bangkok, Chulalongkorn University, founded in 1917, is the oldest and one of the most prestigious Universities in Thailand. Its Architecture Faculty, founded in 1930, has produced graduates in architecture and related fields for over 80 years. INDA, founded in 2006, is one of several international schools across the University. Its four-year, undergraduate program in architecture and design has quickly developed a reputation for producing graduates capable of entering Masters programs at top Universities throughout the world, and being well prepared for contributing to architectural practice throughout the Asian region.
With enrollments now totaling over 300 students, INDA is seeking to expand its team of around 15 full time and 10 part time instructors from around the world, each of whom brings strong qualifications and experience in architectural design, practice, research, or teaching. Positions are available for applicants who are capable of teaching design studio at any level from year 1 to year 4, as well as contributing to core courses in either Architectural History and Theory or Architectural Technology (Construction, Structures, Environmental Design).
How to Apply:
All applicants are required to fill out the online application form.
Required Documents (To be uploaded and linked to this form):
– CV – upload as a PDF file (*.pdf). The CV must include your contact information, education, work experience, research list, publications, and other supplemental material.
– Professional Portfolio (Design Works)
– Teaching/Research Portfolio
– Statement of Intent
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Deadline for the academic year 2014-2015 is July 1st, 2014
Only qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews and supplemental material. For further information regarding position description, remuneration, and relocation assistance, please contact the Academic Coordinator, Dr. Scott Drake.