Architect Job: Lecturer in Built Environment

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De Montfort University (DMU) is an ambitious, globally-minded institution with a relentless focus on delivering quality teaching and learning, and a campus-wide focus on providing a sector-leading student experience.


Leicester School of Architecture (LSA) sits in a Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities, which allows us to place inter-disciplinary thinking and collaborations central to the School. We show how different disciplines can positively disrupt one another, revealing new ways of seeing, thinking and making. Art, industry, humanities and design converge to tackle real world issues and speculate and propose new futures.

LSA delivers an advanced enquiry-led education, designed to prepare and challenge students to take a personal and critical position in the globalised architectural world. Our community is seen as a place where academics, practitioners and students are co-designing new ways of thinking and meaningfully challenging conventions to redefine the future of practice. Our courses are designed to prepare students for the changing nature of the profession and teach them to be bold and fearless in creatively exploring their ideas. We see education as being about looking to the horizon with learning stretched throughout our lives.


The Built Environment Programmes are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and lecturer in the Built Environment to teach on the BSc (Hons)

Architectural Technology programme. You will have proven academic and industry experience with extensive knowledge related to core practice in ethical and sustainable construction methods and in particular, expertise in two of the following; retrofit and adaptation of existing buildings, passive environmental building solutions, circular economy, modern methods of construction and BIM.

The role is on a full time (37 hours per week), permanent basis.

Ideal Candidate

You will have an awareness of the current HE education context in the UK and abroad, with a knowledge of a blended learning delivery of built environment subjects. You must have a working understanding of CIAT accreditation and criteria. Other duties will depend upon the background of the appointee, who will be expected to make an enthusiastic contribution to the life of the school and faculty and its partnership programmes.

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