Associate Professor of Low Energy Design in Architecture

Bristol, City of Bristol
£46,400 – £55,375 per annum
25 Mar 2014
22 Apr 2014
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An ambitious university, UWE Bristol is committed to advancing knowledge, inspiring people and transforming futures. 

The Department of Architecture and the Built Environment is a growing department and we are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor of Low Energy Design in Architecture, to strengthen the research and teaching of the Architecture Research Cluster. You will be expected to provide strategic leadership, drive the department’s research forward, as well as contributing to teaching and administration. Your primary purpose will be to provide academic leadership and to help maintain and enhance the University’s reputation for research, teaching and learning and scholarship through contribution to collective endeavours and through research and teaching. This new post underlines the faculty’s continued investment in architecture. Together with other senior colleagues you will be expected to play a significant part in the development of research strategy, policy and development within the University and the faculty. You will be expected to contribute to research governance and assist individuals to realise their research potential and to offer leadership in identifying the relationship between teaching and research. You will work with the Associate Head of Department and Head of Department to implement the departmental plan for Research with Impact, in line with the Faculty and University research strategy.

If this role interests you, and you would like to work as part of this growing team, the key skills and experience you will need are as follows; 

  • PhD in a relevant discipline 
  • A recognised authority in Low Energy Design in Architecture with a national record demonstrating subject expertise, excellence and achievement
  • Evidence of a publication record, including authorship of recognised peer reviewed articles and journals, reports and public events
  • Evidence the ability to successfully secure grant income / consultancy. 
  • Evidence of creating, maintaining and fulfilling national collaborations, with evidence of emerging international profile
  • Evidence of successful PhD supervision and completion. 
  • Academic qualifications and relevant experience reflecting the nature of the appointment in Low Energy Design
  • Ongoing research profile with high quality output appropriate to Low Energy Design in Architecture
  • Demonstrate national standing and contribution to discipline networks We look forward to receiving your application

You can look forward to joining a thriving academic community.