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Tutor (Research) MArch Design Practice (0.2-0.6FTE, fixed-term)

Date advertised

3 June 2024

Closing date

16 June 2024

School/Area

School of Architecture

Programme/​Department

Architecture

Required hours

Part Time

Site

Kensington, London, United Kingdom

Salary

£52,350 - £58,395 per annum pro rata

(Maternity cover) Fixed term until 30/11/24

Position: Tutor (Research) (Job share is possible - 0.2/0.4/0.6 FTE)

Programme: MArch Design Practice

The Opportunity: Become a pivotal member of our prestigious MArch Design Practice programme – a transformative one-year course designed for architects, designers, and spatial practitioners. This is your chance to shape the future of the built environment by integrating creative and critical thinking with a focus on sustainability and ethics.

Why Join Us?

  • Cutting-Edge Curriculum: Engage with innovative design practices that address the planetary implications of construction.
  • Global Impact: Contribute to a programme that tackles crucial issues like material ethics, carbon economies, and globalised labour chains.
  • Climate Focused: Lead the way in sustainable design by incorporating reuse, materials, waste, and embodied carbon into your teaching.
  • World-Class Environment: Work alongside top practitioners and researchers in a vibrant, supportive setting.

Your Role:

  • Innovative Teaching: Deliver lectures, workshops, and seminars based on your own research and expertise.
  • Curriculum Development: Help shape our forward-thinking curriculum and pioneer new teaching methods.
  • Student Mentorship: Build and engage with a Mentor Network to support our students.
  • Research Excellence: Pursue high-level research and collaborative projects, contributing to our robust research culture.

What We Seek:

  • Passionate Educator: Demonstrated enthusiasm for working with postgraduate students in a world-leading environment.
  • Inclusive Advocate: Commitment to fostering an inclusive and diverse curriculum.
  • Global Perspective: Well-networked with an international outlook, particularly in Architecture and climate justice.
  • Collaborative Spirit: Ability to work seamlessly with colleagues in teaching and organizing exhibitions and events.

Join us in shaping a just and flourishing world through bold, informed design propositions. Apply now and contribute to the Royal College of Art's mission to deliver renewable and equitable futures.

Apply Today!

Be a part of our legacy and influence the next generation of leaders in art and design. Your journey to making a global impact starts here at the Royal College of Art.

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We recognise the broad range of experiences that a diverse staff and student body brings and how this  strengthens our research and enhances our teaching. In order for RCA to remain a world-leading institution we are committed to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) principles throughout all of our processes, from application through to appointment.


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