Technical Studies Co-ordinator, BA (Honours) Architecture Spaces and Objects,
Why choose us?
In 2011, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design moved to its new purpose built campus at King’s Cross. The College has chosen to use its relocation as the catalyst for reviewing its purpose and reconsidering the most appropriate organisational structures to fulfil its goals. As a result, nine new programmes were established to bring teaching, research and their management into closer alignment as communities of learning, practice and innovation. This role sits within the Spatial Practices Programme currently comprising one undergraduate and two postgraduate courses and research students in associated fields of enquiry.
You will be responsible for providing academic leadership for technical studies curricula content across all three stages of the course, ensuring that the highest standards are maintained in learning, teaching and subject knowledge.
You will be expected, through your professional networks, to ensure the continuous development of the subject area, reflecting critically on the broader context of practice and educational provision internationally. In addition, you will contribute to the delivery of the course by providing inspiring and supportive learning opportunities as well as through your effective management of resources, ensuring a stimulating and nurturing environment for students and colleagues alike.
A highly skilled and enthusiastic individual, who is committed to opportunities to share and exchange knowledge within a dynamic and creative environment and community of learning, practice and research.
With a postgraduate degree in architecture or a related engineering field (structural, mechanical or environmental) you will have a detailed and sophisticated understanding of the integration of technical solutions with design proposals for the built environment. You will also have the necessary background within professional practice and education to support our students in reaching their full potential as a new generation of designers. You will be regarded as a leading authority within your field. Creative and highly motivated, you will have detailed knowledge and a deep understanding of design processes and practices in relation to the structural and environmental performance of buildings and environments. You will have the ability to lead and to work as part of a team, sharing your knowledge with colleagues and students alike.
Closing date: 15 October 2013