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10621- Tutor

Job details
Posting date: 05 June 2024
Salary: £32,982 to £38,205 per year, pro rata
Hours: Part time
Closing date: 03 July 2024
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Remote working: On-site only
Company: University of Edinburgh
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 10621


Grade UE06 £32,982 to £38,205 Pro-rata* (£18.07-£20.93 per hour)

CAHSS- Edinburgh College of Art

Part-time: Guaranteed Hours- Various

Open-ended: Permanent Contract

Applications are invited for a Guaranteed Hours (GH), open ended contract for teaching assistance in our Landscape Architecture programmes, teaching across Landscape Architecture Design, Landscape Theory, Landscape Ecology and Landscape/Art practice on the following courses:

Landscape Theory roles:

ARCH08049 Landscape Architecture Theory 1A (70hrs)

ARCH11272 Situating landscape architectural theory (80hrs)

ARCH11269 Master in landscape architecture: Academic Portfolio (80hrs)

Landscape Architectural Design roles:

ARCH08031 Landscape Architecture Design 1A (100hrs)

ARCH08040 Landscape Architecture Design 2A (100hrs)

ARCH11271 Landscape architecture design exploration: Part 1 (100hrs)

ARCH11270 Landscape architecture design exploration: Part 2 (100hrs)

Landscape Architectural Detailed Design roles:

ARCH08041 Landscape Architecture Techniques 2A (50hrs)

ARCH08044 Landscape Architecture Techniques 2B (50hrs)

Landscape and Environmental Art Practice roles:

ARCH08051 Environmental Practices (100hrs)

Landscape Ecology roles:

ARCH11280 Landscape Architecture Design: Terrain & Ecologies (80hrs)

The Opportunity:

We are seeking teaching assistance in Landscape Architecture Design, Landscape Theory, Landscape Ecology and Landscape/Art practice to work with a team of teaching staff contributing to learning and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The successful candidate(s) will assist with teaching, assessment and feedback across a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses from the start of the coming academic year (September 2024). The courses have specified learning outcomes and sit within the undergraduate MA(Hons) Landscape Architecture, the postgraduate Master in Landscape Architecture (MLA) and European Master in Landscape Architecture (EMiLA) programmes.

These three programmes are Landscape Institute accredited and all foster teaching excellence, with an emphasis on supporting students to grow their own voices as future Landscape Architects able to operate creatively and critically in complex social, cultural and ecological contexts. How to design with landscapes and communities in a climate and biodiversity crisis is one of the key questions underpinning our Landscape Architecture programmes at Edinburgh College of Art.

Your skills and attributes for success:

Skills below apply to all roles, but please make sure that you look carefully at the full job descriptions for each role you wish to apply for:

-Ability to guide students in design, technical, curational and/or theoretical work in the field of Landscape Architecture.
-Ability to think critically and creatively.
-Ability to work within a team with a collegial attitude, respect and sensitivity toward students and other staff members.
-An enthusiastic, positive, supportive and creative approach to teaching.