SENIOR LECTURER INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (Sidney, AU)
The University of New South Wales is looking for a senior lecturer —interior architecture to join its team in Sydney.
At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work.
Interior architecture offers a fundamental, integrative component of built environment’s mission to ‘design, plan and build sustainable cities’. With a strong pedagogical foundation in evidence-based analysis, logical and lateral Interior architectural thinking, creative processes and technical rigour. With an additional six UoC studios, intra-faculty pathways, and implementation of the UNSW3+, we will provide a more flexible, personalised and enriched educational experience for our students.
The interior architecture program is well placed in our faculty to address the role interior environments play in the shaping of our future cities and the effects on our living patterns. Research into high performance interiors with a focus on human-centred design, new technologies and health and wellbeing will help to address our pressing urban challenges of smaller spaces for living, interior air quality, sustainable materials and designing for the aging population as we transition to higher density.
A senior lecturer is expected to make significant contributions to teaching at UNSW Built Environment and to carry out activities to maintain and develop their scholarly research and professional activities.
To be successful in this role you will:
– develop and teach both, undergraduate and postgraduate courses
– adopt a scholarly, inspiring approach to teaching and learning, with applications of digital technologies and strategies in course delivery
– participate in the supervision of higher degree research students
– work with the discipline colleagues and the faculty to continually enhance and deliver inspiring degree programs
– enhance closer engagement with industry and public funding partners through research relationships and linkages, including CSIRO
– attract, maintain and manage external funding through successful applications for research grants and activities
– nurture linkages between technical innovation and commercialisation
– conduct high impact research and publications and apply for research grants from both external and internal sources
– cultivate research links with other groups and disciplines within the faculty and on campus, and with the industry and the professions
– actively participate in the school activities; demonstrate an ability and willingness to take on leadership roles in the school, wider academic and professional community
– undertake administrative duties and broad administrative functions as specified by the school and participate in school, faculty and/or university committees as required
– hold a significant role in research projects including, where appropriate, leadership of a research team, a major role in planning or committee work
– cooperate with all health and safety policies and procedures of the university and take all reasonable care to ensure that your actions or omissions do not impact on the health and safety of yourself or others
UNSW aspires to be the exemplar Australian university and employer of choice for people from diverse backgrounds. UNSW aims to ensure equality in recruitment, development, retention and promotion of staff and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their gender, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation or identity or Indigenous heritage. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria to apply.
UNSW partners with Australia’s leading diversity organisations, networks, and campaigns. Please refer to UNSW’s diversity offerings for further information on our flexible work and leave options, and support for carers (childcare, parent rooms, parental leave).
You should systematically address the selection criteria listed within the position description in your application. Please apply online via company website.
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Applications close: 29 April 2018