The successful applicant will be expected to design, develop, deliver and administer History and Theory courses for the Landscape Architecture programmes; to provide academic and pastoral care to students registered on the Landscape Architecture programmes; and to enhance the student experience whenever the opportunity arises.
They will coordinate Landscape Architecture theory courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level and be responsible for the direct teaching of those courses including Year 3 dissertation.
The Landscape Architecture programmes are based in Stockwell Street, Greenwich.
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For more information on the post please contact Ian Deakin (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 020 8331 8480).
In 2015/16 the Landscape Architecture programmes at the University of Greenwich celebrate their 50th anniversary. Throughout the year we will be reflecting on the great achievements of previous lecturers, such as Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe as well as the work of our alumni, such as Marti Franch who won the Rosa Barba Prize in 2012. At the heart or the celebrations will be our current students and graduates who continue to develop outstanding design work. Follow The Landscape for updates.