Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design (0.5)
Architecture, Building and Planning,Architecture and Building,Urban and Rural Planning
Short info about job
Company: University of Westminster
Department: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Salary: £19,752 (incl. L.W.A.)
Hours: Part Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1280 7375091
Fax: +44-1288 1632263
Detail information about job Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design (0.5). Terms and conditions vacancy
The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (FABE) is one of the country’s leading centres for teaching and research in the disciplines that inform the design and development of our cities.
Through this post we invite applications from candidates to join the Department of Planning and Transport and contribute teaching and research in the area of urban planning and design. We welcome applications with relevant postgraduate degrees, professional experience, and an evident capacity to teach.
This permanent Lecturer position involves teaching, doing lectures, participating in seminars, and providing dissertation supervision on subjects related to urban and regional planning, international planning, sustainable development and urban design. You will lecture to students, tutor students individually and in groups, and mark student work. You will participate in both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
You will hold a good first degree in a discipline relating to urban planning and urban design, as well as a postgraduate degree or equivalent professional qualification. A record of experience in research, teaching and/or practice is required, as is membership of a relevant professional organisation (preferably RTPI).
Job reference number: 50048557
Closing date: 29 September 2017
Interviews are likely to be held on: 11 October 2017
Administrative contact: (for queries only): [email protected]
Please note that CVs in isolation, or incomplete application forms, will not be accepted.
We are fortunate to receive a large number of applications for our vacancies. Regrettably, we are not able to provide feedback to those job applicants who were not shortlisted and invited for interview as it would simply not be manageable to do so.
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