Lecturer in Architecture
Job Reference: A-60533941-02
De Montfort University (DMU) is an ambitious, truly globally-minded institution with a strong focus on delivering quality across all aspects of its offer. We achieved a Gold award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017 and have just been named the first-ever University of the Year for Social Inclusion in the Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2019.
DMU has also been designated as a Global Hub for Sustainable Development Goal 16 - the first university to be chosen as such. Our new Strategic Plan, which sets out our mission, values and strategic aims over the next five years, has been crafted in line with the United Nations' 17 SDGs, or Global Goals.
We have invested £136 million into developing our vision of the 'campus of the future' and now that vision has become a reality. This is part of our commitment to attract the brightest and best students, scholars and staff in the future, both nationally and internationally. The university consists of four faculties: Business and Law; Arts, Design and Humanities; Technology; and Health and Life Sciences.
Faculty / Directorate
The Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities is situated across two buildings, the newly refurbished Vijay Patel Building and the historic Clephan Building and consists of the Leicester School of Architecture, the School of Humanities, the School of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Design. The Faculty has five newly formed research institutes in Architecture, English, History, Art and Design and Dance, Drama and Performance Studies with leading researchers working in these fields.
The Leicester School of Architecture is part of the Faculty of Arts Design and Humanities, located at the centre of the campus in the new Vijay Patel building with state of the art studio and workshop facilities. It is one of the oldest Schools of Architecture in the UK and has a long tradition of excellence in teaching. The School of Architecture offers a professional suite of RIBA validated and ARB prescribed courses in the BA (Hons) in Architecture, M Arch, and PG Dip in Architectural Practice. In addition to our PhD Programme, we also offer courses resulting in the following awards: BA (Hons) in Architectural Studies, B Sc in Architectural Technology, MSc (Architecture & Sustainability) and MA (Architectural Design).
The school is entering an exciting phase with a number of new initatives and courses in development and we are looking for enthusiastic educators and researchers who are interested in contributing to the future of the school.
We are investing in a number of new posts to support our teaching and research and wish to appoint one post in the key strategic areas of design teaching and course development. Primary work responsibilities will include a first year leadership role in the BA Hons Architecture and teaching in architectural design studios and specialist modules. We are interested in individuals with a strong track record of teaching in design studio, and in architectural practice, with an ability to applying teaching to the professional context of architecture.
You will be expected to teach in the various architectural programs across the school. Additional responsibilities will include serving on various School, Faculty, and University committees.
You should hold professional level architectural qualifications (MArch at ARB/RIBA Part II or equivalent); being a Registered Architect with ARB or equivalent international qualification and the undertaking of practice-based research is desirable. You will focus on establishing an academic profile through participation in appropriate teaching and learning activities, as well as further developing their research profile or practice. You will participate in a mentoring scheme and have access to professional development opportunities.
Informal enquiries can be directed to: Chris Jones at email@example.com or Tel: +44 1162506574
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Closing Date: 20th January 2019