Lecturer in History and Theory of Architecture

University of Salford - School of the Built Environment

The School of the Built Environment is a nationally and internationally recognised centre of excellence and a stage for a multidisciplinary team of academics and researchers working in collaboration with learners across diverse areas of study and research to make a real difference to the Built Environment sector. Our vision is: “to be recognised as a Global Leader in Built Environment Higher Education and Research”.

The School is offering an exciting opportunity to join colleagues in architecture in further evolving the recently RIBA validated and ARB prescribed undergraduate course, as well as the new MArch course. Whilst you will be asked to develop and deliver high-quality teaching material across a range of modules or short programmes, you will focus primarily on the development of, and delivery of teaching and research to, our area of histories and theories of Architecture.

You will have the chance to contribute to the enhancement of the national and international profile of the School of the Built Environment and achieve recognisable impact upon the academic, commercial, and professional communities.

This role will give you the platform for enhancing academic activity in Histories and Theories of Architecture within the School alongside the other built environment disciplines by supporting teaching and learning activity across both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and modules.

Please note that this vacancy will close at 11:59pm on the 5th October 2017

For more information and to apply for this vacancy please visit: http://www.jobs.salford.ac.uk/

Closing date: 11:59pm on the 5th October 2017

Interview date: TBC

At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach to promoting equality and diversity.

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