- Permanent/Continuing, full-time appointment
This position will lead the development of the new degree in Architectural Engineering and establish a vigorous research program that complements and enhances our research capability in sustainable buildings and Architectural Engineering.
The position will be required to supervise Honours and Higher Degree Research (Masters and PhD) students and contribute to School and Faculty level governance and administration. This role will teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in areas of Architecture and Building Construction with an emphasis on design for sustainability.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences (EIS) at the University of Wollongong, Australia is committed to quality outcomes delivered via a sustainable model where development and innovation are key elements. It has a world class reputation in research and teaching, recognised with membership to the Group of Eight (Go8) Deans of Engineering and Associates, Australia. The School of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering (CME) is one of the top Engineering Schools in Australia.
The School of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering, in collaboration with the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre is establishing a new Bachelor of Engineering degree in Architectural Engineering, commencing in 2020. This exciting new program seeks to prepare construction professionals for new roles in sustainable building design and Architectural Engineering.
You will be prompted to respond to the selection criteria as part of the online application process, based on the position description below.
For further information about this position, please contact Professor Tim McCarthy via email (email@example.com) or phone on +61 2 4221 4591.
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The University is committed to workforce diversity and removing barriers to participation. The University is seeking to increase the representation of women in the academic workforce across science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical (STEMM) disciplines and encourages suitably qualified candidates to apply.