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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 AA receives applications throughout the year prior to summer planning for the upcoming academic year starting in September. Please see our Prospectus, available online, to review the range of Unit studios and other courses comprising the curricula of the School.

If you are interested in teaching at the AA, please send a cover letter, teaching proposal (2-3 pages) and CV only to teaching@aaschool.ac.uk

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

List of currently available jobs:


AA Writing Centre Tutors

The Role

The AA School seeks tutors with the skills and interest in supporting its new Writing Centre.

The new AA Writing Centre supports all students in developing better-written communication skills indispensable for academic and professional life. The Centre meets twice weekly offering tutorials and workshops. Writing Centre tutors offer guidance and feedback on texts related to any school assignment or project, seminar- or studio-related, working with students from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Tutorials can look at developing ideas and outlines, rough drafts, and more finalized work. Monthly workshops will focus on skills, methods, genres, and working with research materials.

We are looking for qualified tutors from within and without the School for 0.5-1.0 days/week appointments running for the whole of the academic year, Terms 1-3.

How to Apply:

Please send a note and CV by the closing date of 4 September 2019 to teaching@aaschool.ac.uk. Interviews will take place on 9 September 2019.

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