TEACHING JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES

FACULTY POSITIONS
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    Part-time Design Faculty

    The USC School of Architecture invites applicants for part-time faculty positions in architectural design. Candidates will be able to teach undergraduate and/or graduate-level architectural design studios and seminars ranging from core design studios to advanced research studios. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a teaching portfolio that explores critical disciplinary approaches to contemporary architectural design discourse with technological, social, and cultural relevance. Compensation and rank to be commensurate with experience. 


    Qualifications: A Master of Architecture degree or equivalent degree is required, and a minimum of 5 years of combined professional and teaching experience is preferred. Preference is given to candidates with a proven track record of publication/exhibition, prior teaching experience at recognized schools of architecture, and the ability to teach software, fabrication, media, or graphics.

     

    Applicants will be asked to submit a CV, cover letter, 3-5 references with contact information, and selected work samples (portfolio/publications; 10 MB max).

     

    Apply through the USC Careers website. Position may be found by searching for REQ20100419.

     
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    Part-time Lecturer in Parametric Design/Design Computation

    The USC School of Architecture invites applicants for part-time faculty positions in parametric design and design computation. Candidates will be able to teach undergraduate and/or graduate-level architectural technology & software seminars focused on design computation, parametric modeling, and data visualization, in particular with Grasshopper for Rhino3D. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the application of parametric thinking in both architectural pedagogy and design practice. Experience with is welcomed, but not required.  


    Qualifications: A Master of Architecture degree or equivalent degree is required. Preference is given to candidates with a proven track record of publication/exhibition, prior teaching experience at recognized schools of architecture, and the ability to teach digital and robotic fabrication processes.

     

    Applicants will be asked to submit a CV, cover letter, 3-5 references with contact information, and selected work samples (portfolio/publications; 10 MB max).

     

    Apply through the USC Careers website. Position may be found by searching for REQ 20100425.

     
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    Part-time History-Theory Faculty

    The USC School of Architecture invites applicants for part-time faculty positions in architectural history and theory. Candidates will be able to lead seminar-style discussion sections for undergraduate and/or graduate-level lectures in modern architectural history and theory. Candidates would preferably be enrolled in a Ph.D. program in architectural history or a related field or already hold a Ph.D. Compensation and rank to be commensurate with experience. 

     

    Qualifications: A graduate degree in architectural history or a related field is required. Progress toward a Ph.D., and a minimum of 2 years teaching experience is preferred. 

     

    Applicants will be asked to submit a CV, cover letter, 3-5 references with contact information, and selected work samples (portfolio/publications; 10 MB max).

     

    Apply through the USC Careers website. Position may be found by searching for REQ20100856.

     

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