SENIOR LECTURER: ARCHITECTURE

Location
Norwich
Salary
£37,382 to £44,607 per annum
Posted
17 Jul 2013
Closes
08 Aug 2013
Sector
Architecture
Function
Lecturer
Job Type
Permanent

Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is a successful specialist university, offering high quality education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our dynamic, contemporary and creative provision of arts, design and media courses is delivered from a unique campus in the heart of Norwich. Graduate employability and student satisfaction are key factors in our success and national profile. In the Complete University Guide 2014, NUA is ranked the best specialist institution in Art and Design.

BA (Hons) Architecture at NUA is a new course which recruited its first intake in 2012. The course promotes the importance of designing fit-for-purpose and fit-for-use structures informed by contemporary environmental, material and historical factors relevant to the industry.

We are now seeking to appoint an experienced Senior Lecturer to complement our course team. The successful applicant will have a thorough understanding of contemporary architectural practices and the associated requirements of the professional bodies for architecture. Experience of engaging students with the technical and regulatory aspects of professional architecture practice through integrated design briefs is desirable.

A qualified architect with professional experience of architecture practice and teaching at HE level within the UK, you will have a strong desire to provide a high quality and relevant student experience. You will act as a year tutor, developing and delivering the curriculum across year groups.

The role requires a proactive approach to curriculum design, organisation, delivery and assessment and a proven ability to contribute to the management of the course in collaboration with the Course Leader.

Closing date: Thursday 8th August 2013

Interview date: Friday 23rd August 2013

Application packs and further details are available at our website or email jobs@nua.ac.uk or telephone 01603 756243.

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