New Zealand’s specialist land-based University
School of Landscape Architecture| Lincoln University
· Opportunities to develop leadership roles in teaching, research, practice and service
· Opportunities to collaborate with world-leading thinkers and designers in a great South Pacific setting
· A place to make your mark in the field of landscape architecture as we strengthen and grow the field’s influence
The School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University is looking for new colleagues to join our well-established and highly regarded programme, which is continuing to expand. Candidates will need to be qualified landscape architects, and ideally have a PhD and relevant practice experience. We are especially interested in people with experience and demonstrated excellence in studio teaching and who are active researchers.
The areas of interest we are seeking in particular are one or more of: Landscape Architecture Practice (including Design and Build, Design Performance, Community Establishment); Landscape Planning and Assessment (including Alternative Futures using GIS); Gardens and Parks (including Garden Design, Pools, Park Design and Management); Water (including Water Sensitive Design, impacts of Climate Change); Urban and Community Design(including Streetscapes, Urban Microclimate and Peri-urban Design) ; Maori and Indigenous cultures (including Bicultural and Multicultural Design).
With our location in the Asia Pacific region, and with a range of international students, experience in teaching and researching in Asian contexts would also be beneficial.
All lecturing staff are required to develop a balanced portfolio of research, teaching and service, and we are particularly interested in candidates who have experience in administration and management relevant to a School or Departmental setting.
Applications will be reviewed from October 12, 2016 with the call for interest remaining open until the positions are filled.
Lincoln University is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi.