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Lecturer in Landscape Architecture

Vacancy Details

Salary: Grade 7 £37,099 - £41,732 per annum
Job Type: Academic
Closing Date: 06/30/2024
Date Posted: 06/10/2024
Reference: A1491


0.8 FTE, fixed term contract until the 1st August 2027

We are also open to discuss smaller fractions such as a 0.4 FTE.


The School of Creative Arts

The School of Creative Arts traces its distinguished history back to 1852 when the Cheltenham School of Art was established. Today, as one of the four constituent Schools in the University of Gloucestershire, the School currently has over 2300 students and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as Postgraduate Study & PhD’s. Our subject area includes, Humanities, Games Technologies, Journalism, Film & TV, Art & Design, Performing Arts, Photography, and Architecture, Construction & Environment

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The Opportunity

As the longest standing landscape degree course in the United Kingdom, we are proud of our reputation and standing and as a group of academics and students with a common purpose we are now enjoying a new era whereby our international status is beginning to grow and develop. We now have an opportunity for an enthusiastic Landscape Architecture to join the team.

Sitting within the Architecture, Construction and Environment subject area you will be joining a team who brings together and harmonises conceptual and spatial design theories with a desire to provide our students with highly developed professional skills.  The modern landscape professional is very much cognisant of the past but is increasingly aware of the need to conduct subject and trans-disciplinary research.  The world is possibly faster moving now than at any time in the planet’s history. 

We are looking for an individual who can deliver high quality teaching, learning and assessment in Landscape Architecture and design for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. You will also be  required to participate in the curriculum development of courses as well as carry out research and enterprise activity and to maintain a professional and research profile.

Individuals applying for this role will possess a future-focused approach and comprehensive understanding of contemporary industry practice, a good knowledge of sustainable working practices in landscape architecture, as well as experience and full understanding of the requirements of the industry. As such, this individual will be expected to work and contribute to maintain all aspects of professional course accreditation.

If you are interested in an informal conversation about the opportunity, please contact Bill Burford ( or Jamie Liversedge  (     

Key Dates

Closing date 30th June

Interview Date w/c 8th July

To Apply

To apply please click on APPLY at the bottom of this page, you will be asked to submit a CV and along with a Supporting Statement thats addresses how you meet the essential criteria. CVs alone will not be considered.

To avoid disappointment please apply early, should we find a suitable candidate we will close the advert.

We would like to hear from those groups currently underrepresented in the school: women and those from black and minority ethnic groups.


The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.


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