|Location:||Kingston upon Thames|
|Salary:||£39,932 to £43,392|
|Placed On:||10th November 2021|
|Closes:||12th December 2021|
We are looking for an enthusiastic practitioner or researcher with expertise in Interior Design to join our highly successful Interior Design academic team.
You will support teaching and subject development in the department for both MA and BA cohorts in Interior Design. With a passion for the subject, you will be expected to design, develop, and deliver high quality innovative learning and teaching experience for our diverse body of students. Central to your role will be to engage with the academic team to prepare exciting Interior Design projects, in synergy with Industry and external bodies. You are expected to teach studio classes and deliver innovative appropriate skills workshops in visual literacy.
As an academic, you will contribute with your professional practice and/or research that results in new knowledge, exchange, research outputs, student learning or income generation in the department.
Interior Design at Kingston explores the resourceful adaption and appropriation of built internal space in response to need. Our work spans a broad territory and we aim to allow individuality in student projects.
Our ambition is to allow students to develop own specialist work within the subject of Interior Design, with exceptional ability to visualise ideas at a professional standard. We have a growing focus upon sustainable design from both practical – material, structure and contextual - life cycle, services of public and private spaces; ensuring our students are able to respond to today’s tenacious challenges and shape the future.
Interior Design sits alongside Product & Furniture Design, Sustainable Design, Fashion, Graphic Design and Illustration Animation within the 3D Design Department, Design School where an open-minded, interdisciplinary outlook is encouraged.
We are looking for an exceptionally talented and enthusiastic lecturer, 0.5 FTE with an inspiring approach to teaching interior design process to undergraduate and postgraduate students. You will have a strong technical knowledge and practice. We aim to balance the expectations of contemporary industry practice with practice-based research.
This is a part-time (18.5 hours per week), 12-month fixed-term contract with a starting salary of £19,966.00 per annum (50% pro rata to £39,932 per annum).
Interviews are expected to take place in the first two weeks of January.
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