- Convenient CBD Location
- Full-Time, 3 year fixed term
- $94,671-$112,424 **+ 17% Superannuation
RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. Our mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. The School of Architecture and Urban Design delivers innovative scholarship in architecture, landscape architecture and interior design. Innovation in learning and teaching is a key strength of the school. Practice-based and vertically integrated scholarship involving students, staff and practitioners provides an engagement in research-led design projects. Landscape Architecture at RMIT has a lively tradition of ambitious and experimental design investigation through its design-led, studio-focused teaching and research. This teaching and research synergy is underpinned by a focus on the way knowledge is produced through practice - that landscape is observed, engaged with and understood through a range of 'ways of knowing'. The structure of the landscape architecture degrees is built around a range of vertically-integrated studios that include students from more than one year level. There is also a focus on enabling students to develop their own landscape agendas through design research and apply this to landscape architectural issues from their own significant places. The programs also have a commitment to the building and strengthening of relationships with Aboriginal communities, knowledge holders and Traditional Owner groups through the development of cultural awareness and capacity around Indigenous knowledge in Indigenous-led projects.
The Role and Your Responsibilities
The Early Career Development Fellow - Lecturer (Landscape Architecture) will contribute to the teaching, research and administration of the Landscape Architecture programs. This will include preparation and delivery of courses, the coordination and delivery of administrative task that support the programs and the development of a research agenda that contribute to the Landscape Architecture Discipline's design research focus. We are particularly interested in applicants with the enthusiasm and capacity for taking on the academic leadership and curation of different aspects of the programs, to broaden the experience and knowledge base of the teaching and research team.
Skills & Experience Required
The Early Career Development Fellow - Lecturer (Landscape Architecture) will be able to demonstrate experience in the design and delivery of high quality teaching programs, and the development of a research trajectory in landscape architectural design research. The successful applicant will be able demonstrate well-developed skills in communication, collaboration and effective time management. We invite applications which demonstrate experience and strength in design thinking and studio teaching as well as the capacity to develop and deliver curriculum in areas of individual speciality. A number of positions is available for appropriately experienced staff to work across the Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design (BLAD) and the professionally accredited Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA). Successful applicants will also develop and extend their research into areas of current landscape architectural concern, being engaged in research including design-practice research projects and postgraduate supervision through the Practice Research Symposia (PRS). We are looking for people to join the team who are creative, critical and ambitious in their approach to landscape architecture and its future evolution as a discipline and profession. To thrive in this environment, staff have the ability to be self-driven but also collaborative. They also are able to demonstrate and inculcate the ability to link conceptual, technical, experiential and generative forms of landscape architectural knowledge in coherent and productive ways.
For further information please contact Associate Professor Katrina Simon at +61 437 961 051 or email@example.com or to view a position description vist yourcareer.rmit.edu.au and search using job reference number 572457.****
Applications close on Sunday the 3rd of February at 11:59pm.
Applications should clearly indicate which position they are applying for and at which level. Applicants are asked to supply a covering letter addressing the relevant selection criteria, a portfolio of teaching and practice-related design work and a CV.
This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check.
RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.