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Teaching Fellow in Architectural History

Closing date: 27 July 2022 5pm GMT Part-time 10.5 hours per week/0.3 FTE, 9 month fixed term contract Position is available from December 2022 The Opportunity: Applications are invited for a fixed-term 0.3 FTE Teaching Fellowship in Architectural History. The successful applicant will work within a long-established, leading programme in the history and theory of architecture, and will have expertise and experience in teaching architectural history in the contexts of architecture, history of art, and heritage studies to a high quality. You will have the skills to conceive effective and creative pedagogies and deliver these to support courses in the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in architectural history, theory, and heritage in the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture [ESALA]. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in the history of twentieth-century architecture and/or the history of museums and galleries. You will have good communication skills, augmented by a wide and deep knowledge of architectural history and its scholarly traditions. Applications that demonstrate established skillsets in teaching architectural history at a range of levels to groups of students from diverse disciplinary backgrounds will be especially welcome. These skills will be evidenced by appropriate teaching and assessment experience. You will also be able to demonstrate the ability to develop innovative teaching in classroom (lecture and seminar/tutorial) and field-research environments, including the preparation of online teaching support resources for students. The appointee will need good interpersonal skills and relate well to students, academic staff and support staff. They will need to be able to navigate complex existing practices and actively engage in teaching collaboration with relevant programme directors and course organisers. Your skills and attributes for success:  A degree in the history of architecture, or cognate discipline, at PhD level Demonstrable experience in teaching and assessing degree-level student work in architectural history, art history, and heritage studies, or a cognate discipline. Ability to plan and organise the delivery of effective learning and teaching of architectural history and heritage in complex academic frameworks Ability to work as part of a team in delivering courses in architectural history and heritage across a number of degree programmes, covering topics that primarily complement existing staff expertise. An ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

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Senior Lecturer in Construction Project Management

The University of West London (UWL) has climbed an impressive 23 places to become one of the top 40 universities in the UK according to the influential Guardian University Guide 2021. UWL is now ranked 34th in the UK – our highest position of any league table ever! We were also the top university in England for teaching satisfaction and the ranking reaffirms our position as the top modern university in London.  In addition, UWL has been named University of the Year for Student Experience in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021.  The School of Computing and Engineering The School of Computing and Engineering at the University of West London is a dynamic and forward-looking School with high quality teaching, student experience and research informed teaching at the top of its priority list. The School has strong links with local, national, and international partners and employability of graduates is the key to courses that we offer. The School enjoys state-of-the-art equipment and continues to invest heavily in its improvement. We offer a number of courses fully accredited by relevant professional bodies across the board. The School maintains strong links with the industry as well as the professional bodies in connection with our Built Environment courses. The Role  The successful individual will teach an appropriate mix of undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the School of Computing and Engineering at UWL commensurate with technical knowledge and prior experience. The post holder should be able to teach, but not limited to, the following subjects in the Construction Project Management discipline: Built Environment.  The post holder should also be able to demonstrate strong knowledge and experience in Construction Project Management and be proficient in the use of Industry standard software. In addition, the post holder will contribute to research, enterprise development and commercial training in appropriate sub-discipline(s) within the School, as well as community and business engagement activities. The Person The candidate should have knowledge of current practice and ability to teach relevant subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in higher education.  Applicants should hold a PhD in a relevant field with a demonstrable track record of research within the field and hold significant teaching experience within the Higher Education sector. How to Apply To apply click on ‘Apply’ and fill out the application form. Further information about the application process can be found here: https://jobs.uwl.ac.uk/display.aspx?id=1253&pid=0  Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing Monday, 26 September 2022.  Additional Information We welcome applications from individuals who do not have a fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Should you be successful and do not hold an HEA fellowship you will be asked to complete one within 2 years of appointment as a condition of your continued employment. Depending on eligibility this may take the form of an advanced Level 7 apprenticeship in teaching which means that you will spend 20% of your work in off-the-job study. Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Please be advised that it is expected that appointment within a grade will normally be at the minimum point. The University reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the published end date should it receive sufficient applications to warrant earlier shortlisting.

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Teaching Fellow in Architecture and Urbanism

Part-time 21 hours per week/0.6 FTE, 12 month fixed term contract Position is available from August 2022 The Opportunity: Applications are invited for the position of Teaching Fellow in Architecture and Urbanism. This role will be responsible for delivering inspirational teaching across ESALA’s undergraduate and/or postgraduate architecture programmes, with a focus on the MSc Urban Strategies and Design, which is jointly delivered with Heriot Watt University. The post-holder will have demonstrable contextualised knowledge of pedagogy in relation to urban analysis and strategic urban change. The successful candidate will be expected to work with the existing teaching team to contribute to decision making at a programme and school level.  The role will involve the organisation and administration of courses and procedures to ensure the successful running of courses, and the post-holder will provide student support to individuals engaged in ESALA’s programmes. ESALA is seeking candidates with the educational background and experience necessary to contribute to both theoretical and practical courses associated with the MSc Urban Strategies and Design programme.  The candidate should demonstrate applied knowledge of the contemporary urban environment. Your skills and attributes for success:  A degree related to architecture, urbanism, or related fields Possess strong communication skills Experience of teaching architecture, urbanism, and related subjects A contextualised knowledge of pedagogy and innovative teaching methods. Ability to set out, communicate and critically review complex issues pertaining to contemporary urban challenges The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336. Is e buidheann carthannais a th’ ann an Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann, clàraichte an Alba, àireamh clàraidh SC005336.

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Assessor/Trainer – Construction Technology

35 Hours (1 FTE), Permanent We are one of the largest partners of the University of the Highlands and Islands, a partnership of 13 colleges and research institutions comprising Scotland’s newest university. As the UK’s leading tertiary education provider, we deliver both further education and higher education courses and that makes us different from traditional institutions. Through an innovative approach to learning and some of the best online learning technologies, we offer our students the complete learner journey, where they have choice and flexibility to study from access level right through to PhD. UHI Inverness is at the heart of the community. Working closely with businesses and stakeholders, our curriculum and research capacity is designed to meet the ever-evolving needs of industry and support the strengths and ambitions of the region. Through a personalised approach, we help our students discover their right path, providing them with a combination of qualification and job-ready skills to succeed in the workplace. UHI Inverness has locations at Inverness Campus and also the Scottish School of Forestry (Balloch), a growing hub for research, innovation and enterprise set within a 215 acre site.  We are seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated member of staff to work with us as an assessor within the School of Construction and Forestry on a permanent basis. We are looking for applicants to have industrial experience in building surveying, building standards, architectural technology or similar. Job Purpose: We are seeking a suitably skilled person to work with employers, supporting the enrolment, progression and achievement of Modern Apprentices and other work-based learners. The successful candidate will be responsible for a caseload of Modern Apprentices and other work-based learners, providing training, assessment and review activities to support the timely achievement of high-quality Modern Apprenticeship Frameworks and work-related qualifications. And in addition, identify opportunities to develop new and existing income streams, through technical liaison with employers and broader industry engagement. Key Accountabilities: Work with Business Solutions Advisors and employers, to develop appropriate learning plans and interventions to meet specific skills requirements. Be responsible for a caseload of Modern Apprentices and other work-based learners allocated by the line manager in consultation with Business Solutions. Assessment or work place evidence Guidance and Support Quality and Standards Professional Practice and Development Essential Criteria: A relevant Construction qualification SCQF Level 8 such as Architectural Technology, Building Standards, Building Surveying or similar. Have relevant and current industrial experience. Have confidence and experience working with ICT e.g. Microsoft packages, emails on online systems. Have current and relevant evidence of CPD. Holding or willing to work towards current workplace Assessor or Verifier qualifications as defined by SQA (Currently L&D9D or L&D9D1) Ability to travel in a timely manner between customer and work-related locations using a company vehicle. H&S Qualification or willing to work towards. You should also be flexible, reflective, innovative, creative and personally committed to continuing vocational and professional development. You should possess effective interpersonal skills and have good IT skills in applications such as MS Office and other relevant subject related software packages. Please note: the successful post holder will need to pass a satisfactory PVG Scheme check through Disclosure Scotland prior to commencing employment. Application closing date: 17 July 2022 For informal queries regarding this post, please contact UHI Inverness Recruitment Team on 01463 273210 or [email protected]

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Architecture (Constructing for Equity)

At UCA, creativity and innovation are at the heart of what we do. Our legacy of educating eager and passionate artists, makers and thinkers runs back almost 160 years, and today we’re helping shape a global future that supports and nourishes talent worldwide.  Our campuses across Surrey and Kent are vibrant communities, each specialising in different areas of the creative industries. We are also home to a thriving research hub, with academic experts and fellows leading the way in research on sustainability, design, textiles, animation, history and culture, and more.  Are you ready to share your passion for creativity with the next generation of innovators? If so, we want to hear from you. We are looking for someone who can co-lead our ‘Constructing for Equity’ delivery on the Architecture Programme within the Canterbury School of Architecture and Design. We are seeking a talented individual who is passionate about their subject area and capable of inspiring the same in their students. You will have a questioning and inventive approach to teaching and will enjoy working collaboratively to contribute to broader School and University objectives. We are specifically looking for an individual who has the skills, knowledge, and experience to work with our students across courses and levels within the Architecture Programme. It is expected that you will have experience of teaching at university level, or commensurate experience and have an innovative and inclusive approach. You should be able to demonstrate an awareness of contemporary critical issues in the subject area globally. You must evidence a commitment to equality, diversity, inclusion, and widening participation in teaching, research, and university life. For further details and to apply for this post please visit our website https://jobs.ucreative.ac.uk The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive University that is truly representative of all sections of society. We particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the University. Please note UCA may close a vacancy early in the event of high numbers of applications being received.

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Senior Lecturer: Automotive & Transportation Design

Swansea IQ Waterfront campus (with travel to other campuses as necessary) £43,434 - £51,799 per annum  ABOUT US The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) is an employment-focused university, dedicated to ensuring students from diverse backgrounds develop the academic knowledge and practical skills to thrive. We placed 13th for teaching quality in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 and 8th in the UK for ‘Social Inclusion’ in this league table this year. We are now looking for a Senior Lecturer in Automotive and Transportation Design to join our Swansea IQ Waterfront campus on a full time, permanent basis working 37 hours per week. THE ROLE The post holder will be under the line management of the Academic Director and may be expected to take operational direction of a Programme (or Programmes) of Study at undergraduate and / or postgraduate level. In this capacity, the post holder will be responsible for the teaching, assessment, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of the programme(s), including offering academic leadership, support and guidance to a limited number of staff. The post holder will also have responsibility for the enhancement of the student experience and ensuring the programme(s) operate within a QA framework and in line with University policies and procedures. The post holder will offer teaching and instruction up to and including post graduate supervision. The post holder will be expected to undertake scholarship, research, training and/or project work, individually or as part of a network, and will actively seek out funding opportunities, knowledge transfer, external engagement and collaboration, and professional recognition. The post holder will hold a significant managerial / leadership role within the Academic Discipline and / or Institute and make a positive contribution to the day-to-day activities and forward planning of the Academic Discipline and Institute. Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria. ABOUT YOU To be considered as a Senior Lecturer in Automotive and Transportation Design, you will need: A postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline Broad experience in delivering via high quality and innovative teaching or industry experience, methods of project management, delivery, assessment and student support at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including supervision at Post-Graduate level with a willingness to teach by video-link, VLE, e-mail or website delivery Evidence of undertaking a significant administrative role or position within an Academic Discipline Effective interpersonal and communication skills Evidence of the contribution to design, development and implementation of curriculum content across a range of modules or programmes of study Demonstrate a commitment to leading a team and fostering an effective team ethos It would also be beneficial if you have: Membership of a relevant professional body A PhD in a relevant discipline or a teaching qualification Industry experience relevant to the subject area Experience of academic programme accreditation Evidence of ongoing and successful scholarship, research, professional development or project work through publication and contract, grant or funding awards, professional or peer recognition or external impact Evidence of providing academic or industry leadership and supervision of others within an area of responsibility, such as a creative development and delivery, programme team or a collaborative projects Evidence of commitment to exploring external funding opportunities, awards or grants or possible commercial opportunities Ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh – oral and written BENEFITS Annual leave entitlement is 35 days’ annual leave per year, plus 8 bank holidays and 4 University closure days Our employees get access to a great pay and benefits package in recognition of their valued contribution including: Good pay and conditions; as an accredited living wage employer, we offer competitive pay Pension scheme membership from USS to provide benefits for you and your family Family-friendly policies that provide for flexible working, including additional paid maternity and paternity leave Career and development opportunities, including support to gain further qualifications Support for mental health and wellbeing, including occupational health and counselling support services Staff discounts on a range of products and services Travel schemes, including the cycle to work scheme So, if you’re seeking to play a keep role in the upkeep of our university as a Senior Lecturer in Automotive and Transportation Design, please apply via the button shown. Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement. Closing date: 12 July 2022, 11:59pm

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Urban Risk and Resilience

London (with options for sponsorship for overseas candidates to work in the UK)Home working in any country outside the UK may be considered, given that the candidate has the right to work in that country, and the pay and benefits package will depend on the country where the successful candidate lives/works.The OrganisationThe International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a policy and action research organisation promoting sustainable development and linking local priorities to global challenges. This is a permanent, full/part-time role based in the Human Settlements Group, which has worked on urban environmental and poverty issues since the 1970s aiming to support more equitable and sustainable development in urban centres in low- and middle-income countries. Our poverty focus is vital and informs everything we do because people on very low incomes, living in slums or squatter settlements, are the most vulnerable to environmental challenges. We are now seeking a Researcher to join our Human Settlements Group. We are also happy to discuss part-time working arrangements between three and five days per week. The Benefits - A salary of between £41,031 - £50,976 per annum- 25 days' annual leave per year, increasing annually up to 30 days’ for full-time staff with 10 years' service- 7.5% employer's pension contributions to the IIED pension scheme- A range of flexible working options for all employees after a qualifying period- Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption policies- An employee protection scheme offering a flexible menu of benefits such as life insurance, spouse and partner life cover, critical illness and/or income protection coverThe full range of benefits can be found on our website.The Role As a Researcher, you will contribute to our Human Settlements Group’s work on urban risk and resilience in the context of complex social and environmental challenges within the Global South. Identifying research themes and policy engagement opportunities, you will contribute to promoting development pathways that bridge the needs of low-income urban groups. Additionally, you will- Co-ordinate projects from start to completion, including project budgets and donor financial reporting- Manage the delivery of outputs by project partners- Manage partner and subcontractor relationshipsAbout YouTo be considered a Researcher, you will need: - Relevant experience of research in low- and middle-income countries- Evidence of a productive research background - Experience of organising and delivering remote and in-person seminars and workshops- Experience of managing Monitoring & Evaluation areas for projects- Evidence of successfully preparing funding proposals from a range of donors- Experience of publishing work in working papers, research reports, academic journals or books- Advanced knowledge of MS Office software - The ability to draft, manage and monitor budgets- Excellent English communication skills- Excellent project and/or programme management and collaboration skills- Strong interpersonal skills across a variety of cultures and backgrounds- The willingness to travel overseas commensurate with project requirements - A postgraduate degree in development studies, urban studies or climate and/or disaster studiesSo, if you’re ready to co-ordinate our research programmes as a Researcher, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

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Pedestrian Movement Analyst/Data Scientist (KTP Associate)

Project Title The re:PLACE - REgeneration: PLanning Active CEntres project will develop a predictive pedestrian forecasting tool to enable planning and design services for urban regeneration, master planning and facilitate community planning engagement. Never before has sustainable, evidence-based planning and design taken on such significance as now. Not only does the amount of footfall define the success or failure of local economies and healthy communities, but walking is also a key ingredient of urban mobility, so critical to counteract the climate crisis. To accelerate the shift to zero-carbon transport modes and the creation of thriving local community spaces, a new approach to walking is necessary. Through the development of the re:PLACE artificial intelligence analytics and forecasting system, this KTP will provide urban designers, town centre managers, planners and community stakeholders with the tools to support their regeneration efforts. The partnership project will develop methods and systems for studying local and national footfall data. Through the application of deep learning methods an evidence-based, quantitative tool for measuring, evaluating and forecasting pedestrian footfall will be created. This project will build on the latest data technologies to create improved tools for understanding and forecasting pedestrian movement and as such will play a key role in the paradigm shift to encourage walking and enhance accessibility for sustainable transport modes. In turn, it will generate a richer and more engaging experience in mixed-use urban-scale projects. This 24-month project between Loughborough University and The Oval Partnership is jointly funded with UKRI Innovate UK. We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with relevant skills to join the project team. The successful candidate will be a highly-motivated, perceptive and proactive graduate with a relevant Master's degree or post-graduate research degree (PhD). They will have demonstrable experience of high-quality research, ideally in urban studies, transport planning or related disciplines. The KTP Associate will be based primarily at the Oval Partnership offices at 81 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3AG, UK, and will also spend time at Loughborough University with the academic team. The Associate will form an integral part of the Oval Partnership team and that of its subsidiary Wedderburn Transport Planning, working closely with the company supervisory team and the academic supervisors from Loughborough University. ApplicationsApplications must be made through the Loughborough University recruitment site. The application process will include: A motivation letter stating the applicant’s interest in working with the Oval partnership and in particular including: research areas and/or projects of particular interest within the given scope, key relevant competencies of the applicant, dates of availability. CV Applicants should be ready to provide letters of recommendation or contacts of provided references upon request. For Information Contact: Professor Marcus Enoch ([email protected]). The closing date for receipt of applications Sunday 17th July 2022. Interviews will be held in the week commencing 3rd August 2022. Please follow this link for details.

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Trainer / Assessor for Joinery

Location: Castleford, Wakefield and district / client premises Hours of work: 37 hours per week We have an exciting opportunity for a Trainer / Assessor for Joinery to join our Apprenticeships & Commercial Training team. This opportunity will allow you to pass on your Construction / Joinery experience, ideas, knowledge and skills to young people in order to help support them in improving their own skills and attributes. As a Trainer / Assessor for Joinery, you will deliver high quality training to individuals and groups and assess learners in their place of work and College to meet National Occupational Standards within the Construction sector.   We are looking for a qualified Joinery professional, who is enthusiastic about working with young people, adults and employers, has a passion for Construction and can inspire young people and help them achieve their goals. As a Trainer / Assessor for Joinery, you should: -Be qualified to Advanced Craft level in Construction – Joinery -Hold D32/D33, TAQA or A1 Assessors award or currently undertaking or willing to undertake -Have GCSE A*- C / 9 - 4 in English and Maths or equivalent -Hold a Full Driving Licence and own transport/or access to transport -Have current practical experience within vocational area (Joinery) You should also be able to demonstrate: -The ability to motivate students -Excellent communication and organisational skills -The ability to work with employers to grow business See what we have to offer and come and join us…. Benefits include: -Generous Annual Leave (30 days annual leave + bank holidays + 5 College closure days)-Personal and Professional Development opportunities-Discounted Metro Card Scheme-Good Pension Scheme-Access to Employee Assistance Programme-Reduced price personal gym membership-Cycle to Work Scheme-Access to a wide range of high street discounts (retail, supermarkets and restaurants)-Annual Staff Recognition Awards Closing date: Friday 8 July 2022 Interview date: Week commencing 11 July 2022 DIRECT APPLICANTS ONLY, NO AGENCY CV’s Transforming lives through learning … … by enabling young people, adults and employers to fulfil their potential. Wakefield College is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all students and this post will be subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the DBS.  We aim to develop a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve and positively encourage applications from all.

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Assistant Lecturer in Construction

Working in the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, you will be committed to contributing to our continued success in teaching. You will join a School with high levels of teaching quality and student satisfaction. You will have wide experience of building/construction, covering both its theory and application with a focus on construction project management/ cost management. Applicants are expected to be members of a recognized professional institution or demonstrate that they are actively working towards full membership. Applicants from academia will have experience and success of delivering high-quality teaching and learning opportunities. Applicants from practice would be expected to demonstrate experience of training/mentoring and a portfolio of relevant project and professional experience that can be used to inform the teaching and learning experience of our students. Informal enquiries can be addressed to Steve Austin, Head of School (email: [email protected], 024 7765 8297) but please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted. To apply please visit: https://staffrecruitment.coventry.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d858468XgbF&WVID=1861420Izv&LANG=USA Closing Date: 10/07/2022

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Assistant Lecturer in Planning & Urban Environments

Working in the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, you will be committed to contributing to our continued success in teaching. You will join a School with high levels of teaching quality and student satisfaction. You will have wide experience of Planning & Urban Environments, within the built and natural environment, covering both its theory and application with a focus on human interactions within the built environment, especially urban studies and urban geography. Applicants from academia will have experience and success of delivering high-quality teaching and learning opportunities. Applicants from practice would be expected to demonstrate experience of training/mentoring and a portfolio of relevant project and professional experience that can be used to inform the teaching and learning experience of our students in Human Geography, Architectural Technology and Building Surveying. Informal enquiries can be addressed to Steve Austin, Head of School (email: [email protected], 024 7765 8297) but please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted. To apply please visit: https://staffrecruitment.coventry.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d578119XgbF&WVID=1861420Izv&LANG=USA Closing Date: 10/07/2022

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