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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (ACL) in Interior Architecture & Design
(The Senior Lecturer post holder may include the role of Academic Course Leader in Interior Architecture and Design)
Based at Francis Close Hall Campus, Cheltenham
The University of Gloucestershire, School of Arts is seeking to appoint either an inspirational Lecturer or a Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design who can make an effective and sustained contribution to the intellectual and creative life of the school. (The Senior Lecturer post holder may be required to take on the role of Academic Course Leader in Interior Architecture and Design. The individual appointed to this position will be developing a distinctive and contemporary curriculum that meets the industry practitioners and professional bodies accreditation procedures)
We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual with a future-focused approach and ambition to establish a successful new department of Interior Architecture within the Architecture, Construction and Environment Subject group.
You will be able to demonstrate comprehensive understanding of contemporary industry practice in Interior Architecture, a sound knowledge of the material, surface, spatial and experiential nature of Interior Architecture, as well as the production of Interior architecture and Interior design strategies.
The University of Gloucestershire has excellent links with industry and in particular local, regional and international built environment businesses and local authorities. The successful applicant will continue to develop liaison with local, regional and international businesses and partners to benefit the students, course, subject area, school and the university.
Candidates for this role, will ideally be qualified Interior designer / Interior Architect or Architects with experience of Interior architectural practice.
Candidates will ideally be qualified at under and post-graduate level and possess professional and academic experience, developing and contributing to teaching on accredited course programmes, as well as an understanding of the requirements of accrediting professional bodies.
Candidates will demonstrate skills in team leadership; course organisation and management; innovative teaching, curriculum enhancement and cross-disciplinary research (REF) and, or keenness to explore conceptual development of critical ideas and thinking within an Interior design context.
Candidates will be able to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability, digital technologies and contemporarypedagogical approaches and an ability to work closely with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. The successful candidate will be student-focussed and committed to providing excellence in Interior Architecture and design education.
Closing date: Sunday 30 October 2022
Interview date: TBC
The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.
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