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Academic Roles at the AA


The AA School welcomes expressions of interest for teaching. Every year the AA looks to appoint new teachers to contribute to undergraduate and graduate schools. The Director’s Office receives teaching applications throughout the year prior to spring summer planning for the up coming academic year starting in September.

If you are interested in teaching at the AA, please send any teaching proposal and relevant background materials to teaching@aaschool.ac.uk

The Director reviews proposals throughout the academic year and you will be contacted should any opportunity for further discussion arise.


List of currently availiable jobs:

 
 

Specialist Lecturer-Integrated design, fabrication and construction

Position: Specialist Lecturer-Integrated design, fabrication and construction
Department: Design + Make Graduate School/Hooke Park
Line Manager: Design + Make and Hooke Park Directors
Hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm Full time

The Role

The candidate must have an exceptional and diverse skill set so as to be able to deliver teaching in a fully integrated manner by thoroughly connecting the design of projects to their physical realization in fabrication and construction. In parallel to direct support for students’ work through tutorials and seminars/lectures, the candidate will work in close collaboration with the directors of Hooke Park and the Design & Make masters programme to pursue unique ongoing research into the application of 3D scanning and advanced fabrication technologies to working with timber and other materials, manifested in the constructed projects at Hooke Park.

Full Job Description and person specification

How to Apply:

To apply for the position advertised please email by the closing date of 16th May 2018 to humanresources@aaschool.ac.uk stating the job title in the subject heading.

Please note only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 
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Contacts

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+44 (0)20 7887 4000

humanresources@aaschool.ac.uk

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