Duties and Responsibilities
The Bartlett School of Architecture is a world-leading place to study, teach and research architecture. The School is a key part of UCL, a top world-ranking university, where architecture has been taught for over 175 years. With over 300 permanent staff, across two state-of-the-art London sites, the school enjoys a rich reputation for cultivating innovative ideas in architecture and is currently ranked global No. 2 by the QS World Ranking by Subject for architecture and the built environment and the top architecture school by the Architects Journal AJ100 for the 17th consecutive year.
We are recruiting for multiple Lecturer (Teaching) roles in Landscape Architecture for a January start date for the 2021/22 academic year ranging from 0.075 FTE to 0.4FTE. The posts are for our Landscape Architecture MA/MLA, visit webpage here
Post holder(s) will be required to teach their appointed subject to students on prescribed modules at specific times of year. The central purpose of all roles is to maintain an innovative and distinct academic agenda within the global context of architectural development, the specific profile of the programme and the local context of the school.
We are looking for teaching professionals with a higher degree in Landscape Architecture or related disciplines along with excellent knowledge of architectural education strategies for Landscape Architecture. In addition, successful post holder(s) will be able to demonstrate an established track record of high-level teaching leading students to a recognised high standard of work, including international awards, e.g. RIBA presidents medals, etc.
As well as possessing the ability to engage with liberating the curriculum initiative, demonstrating impact, applicants will demonstrate sustained engagement with the implications of research-based education leading to changes in practice.
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We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.
22 Nov 2021
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