Senior Lecturer - MA Interior Design
Kingston School of Art
The Design School
We are looking for an enthusiastic Course Leader to lead the MA Interior
Design in the renowned Design School in the faculty of Kingston School of Art.
As such, for this role, you will be responsible for delivering leadership,
high quality teaching, curriculum development and assessment for this exciting
postgraduate course. You will be expected to shape the course successfully
aiming to provide a distinct MA Interior Design experience, with a focus on
industry practices and sustainability. We are looking for an energetic person
with vision and ability to lead, inspire research and develop learning through
an industry-focused postgraduate curriculum.
This is an opportunity to work with a wonderful creative team in the Design
school's 3D Department. You will contribute to the teaching, professional
engagement and research activities of the Department/School. You will be
expected to teach and collaborate with other courses across the faculty to
develop the subject discipline of Interior Design.
You will have a profile as an interior designer and have appropriate
experience of teaching, organisational structure and research. In this role
you will develop the subject reputation and enhance our teaching and learning
experience as part of the community of educators, practitioners and
researchers working at UG and PG levels across the 3D Department able to build
on the trans-disciplinary community culture at Kingston University.
We are looking for an exceptionally talented and enthusiastic Senior Lecturer
with experience and expertise in postgraduate Interior Design learning and
- A postgraduate degree in Interior Design or a related discipline
- Experience in design and delivery of Interior Design programmes
- Achievement of the relevant level of UKPSF recognition/ Higher Education
- Evidence of postgraduate supervision in Interior Design
- Evidence of research
- A thorough understanding of contemporary national and international
Interior Design / Architectural practice and / or education
- High achievements in one or more of the domains: business and innovation,
learning and teaching, professional practice or research in Interior Design
- Commitment and experience in delivering excellent student experience and
ability to nurture diverse body of students to achieve
- Sustainability expertise demonstrated in research and/or practice is
- Evidence of using digital tools for Interior Design, and excellent digital
literacy and flexibility to learn new tools
- Evidence of industry experience in Interior Design is desirable
You will be joining an environment that values equality and diversity and we
aim to support all members of staff to excel and feel supported.
We value equality and diversity and we welcome applications from under-
represented groups. We encourage applications from minority groups and women.
Tomorrow's designers need to be able to think critically and act practically.
They are required to be insightful and creative to meet new challenges in a
strategic, ambitious and entrepreneurial manner. The Design School is
committed to creative rigour in the context of design education, practice,
research and enterprise. It is a critically engaged community of design
practitioners, educators, researchers and entrepreneurs. The Design School
believes that discipline, excellence and knowledge are key to the creation of
confident, agile and creative contemporary design practitioners. Thinking and
doing underpins design practice across the School –supporting the students as
their work traverses disciplines and subjects in defining the emerging roles
and responsibilities for designers of the future. The Design School is made up
of the Department of 3D Design, Department of Fashion, Department of Graphics
and the Department of Illustration and Animation. The School attracts five
applicants for every student place and enjoys world-wide recognition.
This is a part time (22.2 hours per week) permanent position. We are looking
to appoint at a starting salary of £26,768.40 per annum (60% pro rata to
£44,614 per annum).
Interviews will be held the week commencing 11th October 2021.
If you require further information about this role, please contact Sylvia
Tzvetanova Yung, Head of Department of 3D Design & Associate Professor.
Kingston University values the diversity of its student and staff body. We are
committed to providing a fully inclusive environment to ensure consistent and
holistic support for our whole community, including staff, students and
visitors. We recognise our duty under the Equality Act 2010 to prevent
discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations
between different people when carrying out their activities.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in
accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where
required, this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under
the Points Based Immigration Scheme.
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