PROFESSOR/READER IN ARCHITECTURE (Nottingham, UK)
Nottingham Trent University is renowned for its excellent teaching and leading edge research; and our strong links with industry and the professions provide a genuine culture of innovation and opportunity for the future. Research that shapes lives and society is central to our mission and the achievement of our aims.

In the College of Art & Design and Built Environment we have a passion for challenging tradition and pushing boundaries. Increasingly we are achieving recognition for the relevance and quality of our research and practice. Our research is dynamic and imaginative, acting as a vital cornerstone in the activities and life of the college.

In the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment we are seeking an exceptional individual to take up the role of professor/ reader in Architecture. As a member of the team you will be joining a thriving community of architects, designers, scholars and educators and be actively involved in ground-breaking research and the on-going pursuit of ideas and resolution.

You will report to the Head of Architecture working closely with the Dean, Associate Dean for Research, Professoriate and the Academy. You will support the development and delivery of the School’s research strategy in line with the ambitions of the University’s Strategic Plan. You will provide research leadership in Architecture, further enhancing the research reputation and culture across the international architectural education landscape. Research areas of interest include digital fabrication, scripting, big data, the digital turn in the culture of architecture and productive environments.

We are seeking an outstanding individual to work with and support our ambitious research community. If you are ready for this exciting challenge then we look forward to receiving your application.

For more information and to apply please refer to the attached Job Description and Person Specification or for a confidential discussion please contact us on 0115 848 4893.

Closing date: 17 February 2015
1st stage interview date: 2 March 2015
2nd stage interview date: 25 March 2015

For further job details and information on the type of person we are looking for, please refer to the following document(s):
Professor/Reader Statement of Achievement
Professor Job Description and Person Specification
Reader Job Description and Person Specification

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