JOB: Senior Lecturer in Architectural History and Theory. University of Westminster

Job: Senior Lecturer in Architectural History and Theory. University of Westminster

The School of Architecture and Cities is one of the leading schools of architecture in the UK. Situated in the centre of London, the School enjoys large, newly refurbished studios and a recently commissioned Fabrication Laboratory featuring extensive digital and analogue workshops. It also benefits from being part of a wider, collaborative College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries. The School’s programmes are characterised by strong links to practice and teaching-led research, as well as by a commitment to embracing new technologies and innovation in design.
Professional qualification in Architecture, Planning or a cognate discipline is essential, together with a PhD (or an equivalent level of knowledge), substantial teaching experience in higher education and/or relevant professional experience (e.g. in practice), knowledge and experience in integrated, evidence informed design (i.e. both qualitative and quantitative), and a proven research background. The person specification sets out the full details of the skills, knowledge and experience required to successfully fulfil this role.
Application deadline: midnight on 28 May 2019.
The full job description and more information can be found here.

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