Job Opportunities

Faculty Position in Innovative Design Practices

The School of Architecture (SoA) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications for a tenure-track position in Innovative Design Practices at the rank of Assistant Professor. The SoA seeks to expand its longstanding commitment to design excellence and enhance its instructional and research capacity in innovative design methods, emerging technologies and transformative techniques of design. The faculty seek candidates who are able to work within and across disciplines to extend the practice of architecture, particularly as it relates to speculative issues of site, topography, context, landscape urbanism or similar areas of inquiry. Particular interest will be given to applicants who engage in computational design methods as part of their speculative process in addressing architectural design problems. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues in SoA’s City.Building.Lab, Integrated Design Research Lab and/or Digital Arts Center. Click here for the full position description.

Faculty Position in Advanced Design Computation

The School of Architecture (SoA) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications for a tenure-track position in Advanced Design Computation at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The SoA is advancing a new Master of Science in Architecture degree program and expanding a two-year dual degree program in Design Computation (descomp.uncc.edu). The SoA seeks to enhance its instructional and research capacity in advanced computational methods and design. The faculty seek candidates who are able to work across disciplines to extend the practice of architecture through the development of transformative methods in areas such as visual analytics, information modeling, human-computer interaction, environmental behavior, material performance, robotics, digital manufacturing and building simulation in support of advancing excellence in the design of the built environment. Particular interest will be given to applicants with experience developing advanced computational solutions to architectural design problems. The successful candidate should be able to join existing and expanded interdisciplinary collaborations with colleagues in the College of Computing and Informatics and on-going work with the Charlotte Visualization Center, the Interaction Design Lab, and the Human Computer Interaction Lab. Click here for the full position description.