Teaching Fellows/Senior Teaching Fellows at Interactive Architecture Lab, Bartlett, UCL

Company: Interactive Architecture Lab, Bartlett, University College London

Location: London
Type: Part-Time
Category: Teaching


Closing Date for applications: 26 Jun 2017

Title: Teaching Fellows/Senior Teaching Fellows in Design for Performance and Interaction at Interactive Architecture Lab, Bartlett, University College London

UCL The Bartlett School of Architecture
Part Time – Hours per week (FTE)Up to 0.325
Salary (inclusive of London allowance)£37,936 – £41,163 (Grade 7) or £42,304 – £49,904 (Grade 8) per annum,
Salary pro-rata for part time vacancies

We are seeking to appoint a number of teaching fellows on our new 15-month MArch Design for
Performance & Interaction Programme at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The programme is one of 4 exciting new masters based at the school’s additional new Here East campus, near the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Hackney, London.

We are looking for exceptional individuals particularly with expertise in robotics, virtual and augmented reality, creative coding, and physical computing. We welcome applications from people situated in academia and industry, from across art, design, performance and architecture, to computing, mechanical and electrical engineering.

About the Masters in Design for Performance & Interaction

Full Job Description & Person Specification:
Further Information about UCL:

Post holder(s) will be required to teach their appointed subject to students on prescribed modules at specific times of year. The central purpose of all roles is to maintain an innovative and distinct academic agenda. Duties will include; preparation of classes and teaching materials, delivery of tutorial, seminar and crit teaching, setting and marking of assignments, administration (record keeping, student feedback, etc.), attendance at portfolio reviews, assessment panels and examination boards, design and supervision of the unit contribution to relevant annual Show and attendance at staff and staff-student meetings, and other occasional events such as departmental teaching workshops, programme specific meetings etc.

How To Apply:

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or application process, the please contact Emmy
Green, HR & Staffing Officer, at or on 020 3108 6172.

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