Architect Job: Senior Lecturer in Architectural Technology (Course Leader)

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£42,542 – £53,848 per annum



Full Time

Vacancy Ref: R6840

The Department of Design and the Built Environment has a long history of academic excellence across the subjects of Architecture, Interior Design and Product Design, as well as Built Environment courses.

The advertised position is a full-time post for a Senior Lecturer in architectural technology, dealing with teaching and research and to act as course leader in our Architectural Technology undergraduate course. The post holder will form part of a dynamic team, which focuses on innovative contemporary practice and research including architecture, project management, surveying, and architectural technology. Knowledge of contemporary cutting-edge practice combined with an enthusiasm to work across disciplines are important attributes for the post.

You should have appropriate professional and teaching experience in architectural technology, preferably supported by professional body membership. Teaching experience in higher education is essential, as is a strong awareness of your subject area and enthusiasm to bring understanding of digital design practice into your teaching. You should have a PhD qualification or be in a position to enrol to undertake a doctoral level qualification at the earliest opportunity. You should also have a track record of research and/or enterprise activity.

You will be joining a dedicated, passionate and forward-thinking Design, Architecture and Built Environment team and will be expected to demonstrate excellence in your work, which will be strongly supported through personal development plans.

For informal enquiries, please feel free to contact the Head of Department, Prof Patricia Tzortzopoulos on

For further details about this post and to make application please visit:

Closing Date:16 October 2022

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