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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, 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 2, 2017 - Available subjects

Discipline

Subject Code & Handbook link

Subject Title

Subject Type

ALL

ENVS10012

Changing Melbourne

Non-studio

ARCHITECTURE               

Notes:
Applicants for ABPL90142 Master of Architecture Studio C, ABPL90143 Master of Architecture Studio D or ABPL90115 Master of Architecture Studio E – please apply for ABPL90142 to be considered for all 3 subjects.  

ABPL10003

Visualising Environments

Studio

ABPL10004

Global Foundations of Design

Non-studio

ABPL20028

Architecture Design Studio: Water

Studio

ABPL20033

Construction Analysis

Non-studio

ABPL20036

Environmental Building Systems

Non-studio

ABPL30037

Architecture Design Studio: Fire

Studio

ABPL30048

Architecture Design Studio: Air

Studio

ABPL30053

Formative Ideas in Architecture

Non-studio

ABPL90117

Twenty-first Century Architecture

Non-studio

ABPL90121

Compositional Analysis

Non-studio

ABPL90123

Digital Design Applications

Non-studio

ABPL90124

The Architecture of Wishful Thinking

Non-studio

ABPL90142

Master of Architecture Studio C

Studio

ABPL90151

Popular Architecture and Design

Non-studio

ABPL90169

Design Thesis

Studio

ABPL90285

Master of Architecture Studio B

Studio

ABPL90287

Architectural Technology

Non-studio

ABPL90289

Architectural Cultures 2:After Modernism

Non-studio

ABPL90303

Facilities for Social Sustainability

Non-studio

ABPL90336

Craft in Traditional Asian Architecture

Non-studio

ABPL90367

Critical & Curatorial Practices in Design

Non-studio

ABPL90369

Architecture as Spectacle

Non-studio

ABPL90388

Polemic Design in China Japan Korea

Non-studio

ARCH10001

Foundations of Design: Representation

Non-studio

ARCH10002

Construction as Alchemy

Non-studio

ARCH10003

Design Studio Alpha

Studio

ENVS10004

Designing Environments

Studio

CONSTRUCTION

ABPL20053

Construction of Concrete Buildings

Non-studio

ABPL30039

Construction Contract Administration

Non-studio

ABPL30044

Industry Partner project Studio

Studio

ABPL90025

Project Management in Practice

Non-studio

ABPL90030

Project Evaluation

Non-studio

ABPL90129

Advanced Cost Management

Non-studio

ABPL90208

Construction Measurement and Estimating

Non-studio

ABPL90290

Fundamentals of Built Environment Law

Non-studio

ABPL90293

Commercial Construction

Non-studio

ABPL90312

Cost Management

Non-studio

ABPL90323

Construction Scheduling

Non-studio

ABPL90325

Prefabrication in Building

Non-studio

ABPL90327

Procurement Methods

Non-studio

ABPL90331

ICT in Building

Non-studio

ABPL90335

Contract Management

Non-studio

ABPL90370

Design Management

Non-studio

CONS10001

Principles of Building

Non-studio

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

ABPL10006

History of Landscape Design

Non-studio

ABPL20040

Landscape Studio 2: Site Plan & Design

Studio

ABPL20047

Site Tectonics

Non-studio

ABPL30061

Landscape Studio 4: Designed Ecologies

Studio

ABPL90048

Landscape Practice

Non-studio

ABPL90074

Landscape Detail Design

Non-studio

ABPL90170

Landscape Studio 4 Strategies

Studio

ABPL90176

Landscape Studio 2: Site and Design

Studio

ABPL90265

History of Landscape Architecture

Non-studio

ABPL90283

Performative Ecologies

Non-studio

ABPL90375

Landscape Architecture Design Thesis

Studio

LARC10001

Natural History

Non-studio

PROPERTY

ABPL20004

Principles of Property Valuation

Non-studio

ABPL20052

Investment and Finance for Property

Non-studio

ABPL30012

Property Management

Non-studio

ABPL30045

Property Analysis Studio

Studio

ABPL90011

Advanced Property Analysis

Non-studio

ABPL90027

Life Cycle Analysis and Sustainability

Non-studio

ABPL90031

Corporate Real Estate Management

Non-studio

ABPL90036

Property Investment

Non-studio

ABPL90045

Statutory Valuation (PG)

Non-studio

ABPL90275

Property Resources and Management

Non-studio

PROP10001

Economics and Cities

Non-studio

URBAN DESIGN & URBAN PLANNING

ABPL20045

City Futures

Non-studio

ABPL20049

Introduction to Urban Design & Planning

Non-studio

ABPL30060

Urban Precinct Studio

Studio

ABPL90022

Healthy Communities

Non-studio

ABPL90064

Planning Urban Sustainability

Non-studio

ABPL90065

Managing Global City Regions

Non-studio

ABPL90131

Strategic Plan Making

Non-studio

ABPL90132

Land Use and Urban Design

Non-studio

ABPL90273

Urban Design Studio B

Studio

ABPL90281

Housing Markets, Policy and Planning

Non-studio

ABPL90304

Flexible Urban Modelling

Non-studio

ABPL90315

Urban Governance

Non-studio

ABPL90376

Urban Design Thesis

Studio

ABPL90384

MUP Studio

Studio

ABPL90389

Urban Design Studio C

Studio

ABPL90396

MSD Minor Thesis Part 1

Non-studio

PLAN10002

Introduction to Urban Planning

Non-studio

ENVS10007

Urban Environments

Non-studio

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.

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 refer to SSRS sessional staff for information on how to apply, and to commence your application
  2. You can also search the Handbook to find out more about specific subjects and find subject coordinator details. If no details are listed, please email the SSRS ABP Team.
  3. If you have used the system before, you can log directly into the system.

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

Required information and documents

  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.

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 2, 2017 Teaching

Applications

Open

10.00 am Tuesday 11th April

Close

11.30 pm Sunday 28th May
(Late applications can only be accepted with the approval of the subject coordinator.)

Assessment & Interviews

Assessment open

Monday 29th May

Assessment close

Late June

Outcomes

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

From Monday 26th June
(Based on enrollment numbers, waitlisted candidates may receive successful outcomes up until Friday 11th August)

Induction

Undergraduate

TBC

Graduate

TBC

Teaching

Semester 2 – 2017 teaching commences

Monday 24th July

Applicants are encouraged to apply early.