|Placed On:||26th May 2022|
|Closes:||26th June 2022|
TUTOR IN ARCHITECTURE & URBANISM - DESIGN STUDIO (4 ROLES)
Joining the Manchester School of Architecture as a Tutor you will be responsible for teaching design studio on our MA Architecture & Urbanism programme.
The role entails leading a group of students through a series of urban design studio modules, ranging from strategic, regional frameworks through to masterplanning and detailed design of the public realm or buildings within the masterplan. The course staffing is multi-disciplinary, representing the diversity of perspectives and issues within urbanism. Tutors must reflect a distinct approach to urbanism - for example from the perspective of planning, landscape architecture, development-led, community-led, or theoretically-driven - informed by the tutor's expertise in either current research or practice. They guide a group of students through the design modules and contribute a lecture or workshop on their expertise to the wider student cohort. Administrative work will be required to manage aspects such as student attendance, feedback and assessment.
A qualification in urban design is essential, along with a background in urban design, planning, landscape architecture or architecture. The postholder must possess good leadership, organisation and communication skills, and be able to co-operate effectively as part of a large course team.
The postholder must be able to:
Informal discussions can be held with Programme Leader Lucy Montague via L.Montague@mmu.ac.uk
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We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce.
We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.
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