Course Director: Masters in Building History

Course Director: Masters in Building History

The Faculty of Architecture & History of Art is seeking to appoint a full-time Course Director for the Masters in Building History course. This is a two-year, part-time Master’s course, launched in October 2011 by the Department of Architecture and the Department of History of Art in collaboration with English Heritage and the Institute of Continuing Education.

This is an exciting opportunity for a unique individual to lead, develop and promote the MSt in Building History. In order to plan, develop and implement this part-time degree programme, the role holder will be expected to keep up-to-date with subject developments and have the ability to teach approaches to the analysis and interpretation of architectural fabric alongside traditional research skills and methods.  The role holder will be expected to have extensive experience of the analysis and interpretation of architectural fabric and to be able to demonstrate this both verbally and by evidence in the form of publications and reports. It is expected that the role holder will hold a higher degree in a relevant subject (architectural history or archaeology), preferably at doctoral level and be a member of one or more of the relevant professional bodies (IHBC – Institute of Historic Buildings, IFA – Institute for Archaeologists, etc.). The appointment will be made on a one year rolling contract.

Further information about the post, the Faculty, and how to apply is available from its website at Informal enquiries about the post may be made to James Campbell via Ms Alex Lumley (

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Closing Date: 30th May 2013

Interview Date: 24/06/2013

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