WE ARE SEEKING A POST GRADUATE DESIGN TUTOR – DEADLINE 31 AUGUST
The London School of Architecture is looking for a postgraduate design tutor to join its team.
The London School of Architecture (LSA) is expanding and is seeking applications from exceptional candidates operating at the forefront of practice to become design tutors in the final year of its Part-II postgraduate programme.
DESIGN TUTOR ROLE:
The LSA is seeking applications for design tutors who teach on the modules in architectural design and the comprehensive design project – to read more about these modules visit www.the-lsa.org/about/programme.
The school doesn’t operate a unit system. Instead, at the end of first year, students develop a project brief for a design project and a critical trajectory for their architecture. Second year students are matched with a design tutor based on shared interests, more like a PhD supervisor, and the tutors role is to support the student to become the best version of themselves.
These roles teach half a day per week on Tuesday afternoons for the duration of three terms. Appointments are for one academic year, which may be extended on a rolling basis for up to three academic years. Candidates should have considerable experience in practice and at least two years teaching experience at Master’s level (i.e. not just as a visiting critic).
AS AN APPLICANT, YOU SHOULD:
– subscribe to the mission for the school and be able to make a critical contribution to it
–have at least two years experience of teaching design at Master’s level (i.e. not just as a visiting critic)
–be available to teach on Tuesday afternoons in central London
–be practising architecture in London, in your own practice or as an employee
If you meet all these criteria, please make an application here with second year design tutor in the subject line, including a CV and portfolio. We are seeking to receive applications by Friday 31 August in order to interview the week commencing 3 September.
The London School of Architecture is committed to equality and we value the diversity of our staff and students. We would welcome applications from female and BAME candidates for these roles. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.