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Sessional Staff

The Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning is recruiting sessional staff or tutors to assist with the teaching of subjects to be offered in the faculty. Our subjects range across the disciplines of Architecture, Construction Management, Landscape Architecture, Property, Urban Design and Urban Planning.

If you are interested in tutoring a class or studio in 2017, please create a profile and lodge an application during the application period. If you have taught at the Faculty before, please update your details in the system and put in an application for the subjects you intend to apply for this coming semester.

 

SEMESTER 1, 2017 – AVAILABLE SUBJECTS

DISCIPLINE

SUBJECT CODE & HANDBOOK

SUBJECT TITLE

TYPE

ALL

ENVS10012

Changing Melbourne

Non-Studio

ARCHITECTURE

ABPL10003

Visualising Environments

Non-Studio

ABPL10004

Global Foundations of Design

Non-Studio

ABPL20027

Architecture Design Studio: Earth

Studio

ABPL20030

Foundations of Architecture

Non-Studio

ABPL20036

Environmental Building Systems

Non-Studio

ABPL20048

Visual Communications

Non-Studio

ABPL20050

Design Workshop

Non-Studio

ABPL30037

Architecture Design Studio: Fire

Studio

ABPL30041

Construction Design

Non-Studio

ABPL30048

Architecture Design Studio: Air

Studio

ABPL30050

Modern Architecture: MoMo to PoMo

Non-Studio

ABPL90020

Measured Drawings & Digital Heritage

Non-Studio

ABPL90089

Australian Architecture (PG)

Non-Studio

ABPL90118

Applied Architectural Technology

Non-Studio

ABPL90140

Architectural Practice

Non-Studio

ABPL90142

Master of Architecture Studio C (+ D + E)

Studio

ABPL90146

Architectural Conservation in East Asia

Non-Studio

ABPL90147

Speculative Systems

Non-Studio

ABPL90149

Contemporary Digital Practice

Non-Studio

ABPL90167

Design Communications Workshop (P/G)

Non-Studio

ABPL90169

Design Thesis

Studio

ABPL90236

Design Approaches and Methods (PG)

Non-Studio

ABPL90272

Regenerating Sustainability

Non-Studio

ABPL90284

Master of Architecture Studio A

Studio

ABPL90286

Construction Methods A

Non-Studio

ABPL90288

Architectural Cultures 1: Modernism

Non-Studio

ABPL90357

Form and Politics in Architecture

Non-Studio

ABPL90361

Ex-Lab: Digital Furniture Fabrication

Non-Studio

ABPL90368

Architecture and Media

Non-Studio

ARCH10001

Foundations of Design Representation

Non-Studio

ENVS10003

Constructing Environments

Non-Studio

ENVS10004

Designing Environments

Studio

ENVS20001

Digital Design and Fabrication

Non-Studio

CONSTRUCTION

ABPL10005

Understanding the Built Environment

Non-Studio

ABPL20042

Construction of Residential Buildings

Non-Studio

ABPL30040

Measurement of Building Works

Non-Studio

ABPL30046

Steel and Concrete Structural Systems

Non-Studio

ABPL30055

Construction Management

Non-Studio

ABPL90010

Advanced Construction Technology

Non-Studio

ABPL90028

Project Management in Theory

Non-Studio

ABPL90032

Building Services and Operations

Non-Studio

ABPL90035

Risk in Construction

Non-Studio

ABPL90086

Environmental Systems

Non-Studio

ABPL90292

Construction of Buildings

Non-Studio

ABPL90295

Construction Regulations and Control

Non-Studio

ABPL90308

Experiences in Industry

Non-Studio

ABPL90309

Supply Chains in Construction

Non-Studio

ABPL90313

Management of Construction

Non-Studio

ABPL90324

Materials and Structures

Non-Studio

ABPL90330

Economics of Building

Non-Studio

ABPL90334

Means and Methods in Construction

Non-Studio

ABPL90358

Research in Construction

Non-Studio

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

ABPL20038

Explorations (Landscape Studio 1)

Non-Studio

ABPL30042

Landscape Studio 3: Urban Open Space

Non-Studio

ABPL30049

Case Studies in Landscape Architecture

Non-Studio

ABPL90072

Landscape Studio 5:Sustainable Urbanism

Studio

ABPL90078

Contemporary Landscape Theory

Non-Studio

ABPL90107

Landscape Studio 1: Design Techniques

Studio

ABPL90172

Landscape Studio 3 Speculations

Studio

ABPL90263

Constructed Ecologies

Non-Studio

ABPL90271

Shaping the Landscape

Non-Studio

ABPL90319

GIS In Planning, Design & Development

Non-Studio

ABPL90340

Landscape Materialities

Non-Studio

ABPL90375

Landscape Architecture Design Thesis

Non-Studio

PROPERTY

ABPL20031

Principles of Property

Non-Studio

ABPL20051

Construction Industry Studies - Property

Non-Studio

ABPL30006

Property Resource Analysis

Non-Studio

ABPL30059

Property Case Studies

Non-Studio

ABPL90016

Asset Management

Non-Studio

ABPL90026

Property Development

Non-Studio

ABPL90034

Property Securitisation

Non-Studio

ABPL90041

Property Law (PG)

Non-Studio

ABPL90274

Property Markets and Valuations

Non-Studio

ABPL90314

Property Agency and Marketing (PG)

Non-Studio

ABPL90339

International Real Estate Economics

Non-Studio

ABPL90363

Property Research and Analysis

Non-Studio

URBAN DESIGN

ABPL90017

Urban Design Theory

Non-Studio

ABPL90061

Urban Design Studio A

Studio

ABPL90273

Urban Design Studio B

Studio

ABPL90316

The Shaping of Urban Design

Non-Studio

ABPL90376

Urban Design Thesis

Non-Studio

ABPL90389

Urban Design Studio C

Studio

URBAN PLANNING

ABPL20034

Urban History

Non-Studio

ABPL20035

Cities: From Local to Global

Non-Studio

ABPL20037

Urban Design Studies

Non-Studio

ABPL30051

Morphological Mapping

Non-Studio

ABPL90077

Transportation, Land Use and Urban Form

Non-Studio

ABPL90090

Public Transport Network Planning

Non-Studio

ABPL90130

Planning Law & Statutory Planning

Non-Studio

ABPL90134

Planning Theory and History

Non-Studio

ABPL90135

Analytical Methods

Non-Studio

ABPL90246

The Economies of Cities and Regions

Non-Studio

ABPL90266

Inclusive Cities

Non-Studio

ABPL90341

Urban Environmental Policy and Planning

Non-Studio

ABPL90384

MUP Studio

Studio

ABPL90396

MSD Minor Thesis Part1

Non-Studio

ENVS10007

Urban Environments

Non-Studio

PLAN10001

Urban Histories

Non-Studio

 

 NOTE: View number of applications and offers made in previous semesters, as well as improvements to the process here.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a tutor your responsibilities include preparing and delivering tutorials or studio classes during the teaching period, in each subject in which you are tutoring. You may also be required to contribute to the marking of all assessments and the collation of results. You may need to attend 1-2 hour subject meetings throughout the semester, as required as well as tutor briefing before the start of the semester.

CANDIDATES

Applicants must be able to demonstrate appropriate academic background: typically we would expect an undergraduate degree with studies in the appropriate fields, plus suitable postgraduate qualifications or current admission in a postgraduate course in those fields. Applicants must demonstrate good organisation, communication and presentation skills. Professional experience in the field is also encouraged.

Note: Your subject preference may be used by the assessors when making their selection. Please contact the subject coordinator to discuss your preference to teach in the subjects you are applying for, if you are concerned that the preference may disadvantage you.

IMPORTANT: If you would like to find out more about the specific skills required to teach in a subject or the subject content, please consult the subject entry in the University Handbook or contact the subject coordinator directly. Find out more information here

PAY SCALES

Current pay scales for casual tutors can be found here.

SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION

If you are interested in tutoring within the Faculty, please submit your applications online.

  1. Please click on the "How to use the system" button above to commence your application.
  2. You can also click on the "Search Handbook entries" button to find out more about specific subjects and find subject coordinator details. If no details are listed, please email the Program Support Coordinator.
  3. If you have used the system before, you may click directly on the "Click here to apply" button to log into the system

Applicants must apply for each teaching period in which they wish to tutor.

INFORMATION & DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  1. an updated Curriculum Vitae
  2. academic results if you have not previously taught at the Faculty
  3. Studio based subjects: If you are applying for studio based subjects, you may also be required to submit your teaching and/or academic portfolio via the system. Maximum file size is 10Mb. Check the list above to confirm subject type.
  4. Subject specific questions: There may be a number of selection questions which will have to be answered by the applicant. Not all subjects have subject specific questions. View the list of questions here

IMPORTANT: Please check tutorial/studio class times for the specific subject for which you intend to submit an application, to see if they match your availability. You can search the published class times for specific subjects in the University timetable. Alternatively, you can also click on the ‘View timetable’ link in the specific subject Handbook entry.

 

TIMELINE

SEMESTER 1, 2017 TEACHING

Applications

Open

10.00 am Thursday 27th October

Close

11.30 pm Sunday 4th Dec
Late applications can be accepted with the approval of the subject coordinator

Assessment & Interviews

Assessment Open

Monday 5th Dec

Assessment close

Late December

Outcomes

Offer emails are sent and contracts released (Successful, Unsuccessful and Waitlisted outcomes are all sent at the same time)

TBA

Induction

Undergraduate

TBC

Graduate

TBC

Teaching

Semester 1, 2017 teaching commences

Monday 27th Feb

 

Applicants are encouraged to apply early.