Assistant Professor of Teaching in Architectural Technology and Design
UBC School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: JR10866
The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA) at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver campus, invites applications for a distinctive tenure-track position dedicated to innovative pedagogy and curricular leadership in architectural technology, communicating construction, design-build and fabrication related teaching and learning across SALA’s graduate and undergraduate programs. Principal teaching responsibilities will be in the Master of Architecture program and may include core and elective courses in materials, construction, construction communication, design fabrication related to construction, and design-build projects. The appointment is anticipated to begin 1 January 2024 or 1 July 2024. View the full position description at: https://ubc.wd10.myworkdayjobs.com/ubcfacultyjobs/job/UBC-Vancouver-Campus/Assistant-Professor-of-Teaching-in-Architectural-Technology-and-Design_JR10866
About UBC School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture
The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture is a close-knit and collaborative academic community of approximately 400 students and 24 faculty. We offer accredited graduate professional degree programs in architecture (the top-ranked program in Canada) and landscape architecture, post-professional graduate programs in urban design and high-performance buildings, and an undergraduate program in design through architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism. SALA is known for its commitment to quality design education directed toward the urgent human and environmental issues of our times, and to the artful integration of the built and natural environment. SALA engages these themes through many academic and research interactions with the ‘living laboratories’ of the UBC campus, the Vancouver metropolitan region and our associated professional communities.