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Posted: 05/19/2015

Employer
American College of the Building Arts
Architecture, Design and the Allied Arts

The American College of the Building Arts educates and trains artisans in the traditional building arts to foster exceptional craftsmanship and encourage the preservation, enrichment, and understanding of the world's architectural heritage through a liberal arts education. Students pursue a hybrid curriculum that embraces tradition without ignoring the present, At ACBA students establish a foothold in the past to enable them forward into the future. Trade classes are integrated with general education classes to a level where students debate about their trade specialization in English class and research papers are presented in the trade shop. We seek a candidate that is collaboratively-focused and supportive of this uniquely integrated curriculum. The American College of the Building Arts has garnered acclaim from respected organizations and publications, including National Trust for Historic Preservation, Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, Preservation Trade Network, CBS News, USA Today, Southern Living, Monocle, Veranda Magazine.


Position
Professor of Architecture and Design
n/a
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
charleston, SC
usa
Details
commensurate with experience
 
  • The American College of the Building Arts invites applications for an associate rank, full-time position beginning in August of 2015. The primary focus of this position is teaching and scholarly research activities in the area of Architectural History, Preservation and Design. The applicant will be expected to take a leadership role in the continued development of the program. To effectively teach architectural communication including (but not limited to) History, Preservation, 2D drawing, 3D modeling, physical model building. Working knowledge of SketchUp, Autodesk and other Adobe programs is preferred. Applicants should hold minimally a terminal degree in architecture, historic preservation or a related field with a minimum of five years teaching experience. Additional desirable experience includes a PhD., an architectural license, and/or professional experience.

 

Successful candidates will show a demonstrated commitment to establishing pedagogy in architectural history courses, design studios, conducting scholarly research and/or creative work at a level that exemplifies national and international recognition Candidates should have a body of scholastic, professional, and/or creative work that speaks to their passion for the built environment through a traditional lens. The American College of the Building Arts values candidates who have experience working in diverse and creative backgrounds.

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How to apply
Qualified applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, a letter of application including statements of pedagogical and creative objectives, a list of three references with contact information, samples of teaching and research/scholarly work, as well as examples of their creative work. The review of applications will begin March 1, 2015. Please address questions or applications for this position to Professor William Bates, Department of Drawing and Design, American College of the Building Arts, 21 Magazine Street Charleston South Carolina 29401, phone 843-577-5245 ext 1002 or email bates@buildingartscollege.us
William Bates
Phone: 843 577 5245 ext 100
ADDRESS
21 Magazine Street
charleston, SC 29401

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