TEACHING FELLOWS IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (Londres, UK)
UCL/Bartlett School of Architecture is seeking teaching fellows in architectural design.
A number of teaching fellow opportunities are available. The successful post holders will be required to teach architectural design modules to students through the “unit” or “cluster” system (where applicable).
The successful post holders will develop briefs that provide a structure by which the modules are delivered. They will work under the direction and supervision of the programme leaders, cooperating fully to deliver the objectives of the programmes.
The central purpose of the modules is to maintain an innovative and distinct academic agenda within both the global context of architectural development and the local context of other units at the Bartlett, adhering to UCL regulations. The posts are available to candidates with particular expertise and previous teaching experience in architecture and design at a leading University.
The successful post holders will also run regular tutorials and seminars, as part of the delivery of briefs and module requirements. The main duties will include: preparing materials for classes, delivering tutorials, seminars and crits, setting and marking assignments, administration, attending portfolio reviews and examination boards, and designing contributions for the annual summer show.
The post holders will have a higher degree in architecture or an architecture-related discipline, professional practice experience as well as excellent knowledge and a track record of teaching high-level architectural design strategies at undergraduate/postgraduate level, at a leading school of architecture.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Rita Prajapati HR and staffing officer, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on: 020 7679 8784.
For further information and to apply for the role, please visit: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs
Application deadline: 9 July 2014