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JOB OPPORTUNITY:  DESIGN CITIES MODULE LEADER

APPLY BY 13 JULY 2022

The London School of Architecture is looking for a Design Cities Module Leader to join the team.

JOB OVERVIEW

We are looking for a motivated, imaginative and collaborative architect to take our Design Cities module to the next level, enhancing the School’s reputation as providing innovative learning experiences for our students that are both relevant and impactful. 

 

Design Cities is the first module of our two-year Masters (MArch) programme in Designing Architecture and central to the LSA’s practice-oriented and future-facing architectural education model.

 

Design Cities is an eleven-week module that runs from August to November each academic year. The module is directed at helping students to understand how London as a city works. Students gain comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the systems and structures that shape London, spatially, politically and culturally. Concepts of governance, ownership & land tenure, history and heritage are all considered. The Design Cities module leader will work with a team of design tutors to support students in developing relevant skills in observing, surveying, recording, measuring and mapping of a range of physical and intangible evidence. This collective work will serve as foundational material for the development of the subsequent module, Design Think Tanks. The module leader will work with the Head of School and Academic Director to develop a series of talks and workshops with architects, developers, planners, politicians, scientists and cultural leaders with first-hand experience of city-making to enhance the week-on-week course delivery.

 

We welcome applications from:

  • experienced architectural practitioners who have outstanding skills in communicating their design knowledge
  • practitioners who have a broad range of design methodologies to draw on to meet a range of thesis topics
  • practitioners who have a high level of urban literacy with a good knowledge of disciplines and agendas across city governance, development and the built environment
  • practitioners who are well equipped to help post-graduate students develop their research and design skills
  • practitioners who have an exceptional aptitude for fostering design talent in students

 

Applicants should:

  • subscribe to the mission for the school and be able to make a critical contribution to it: www.the-lsa.org/about/purpose/
  • experienced tutors to have at least four years’ teaching experience (i.e. not just as a visiting critic)
  • early career practitioners to have at least four years in practice
  • be available to teach in our studio in East London
  • preferably be practising in London, in your own practice or as an employee

 

DELIVERABLES

  • please submit a portfolio, CV and covering letter by Wednesday 13 July 2022 to people@the-lsa.org 
  • please make clear in your covering letter your level of practice and teaching experience
  • interviews will take place week commencing 18 July 2022
  • positions commence in September

If you have any questions please email the LSA’s Academic Director, Samantha Hardingham samantha@the-lsa.org

 

Equal Opportunities in Recruitment & Employment at the LSA

The LSA is committed to the principles of equal opportunity in our recruitment and employment practices. It is our policy to ensure that no job applicant nor current employee receives less favourable treatment due to a protected characteristic (ie race, sex, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, marital status or civil partnership, pregnancy/ maternity or gender reassignment) or is disadvantaged by any conditions or requirements being placed on him/her/they which cannot be justified. 

 

For more detail please refer to our Equal Opportunity Policy and Recruitment Policy, included in the LSA Institutional Handbook. This policy is non-contractual but sets out the way in which we aim to manage equal opportunity in our recruitment and employment processes.