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Contract Instructor Teaching Opportunities 2017-2018

Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University

Pursuant to Article 16 of the CUPE 4600 Unit 2 Collective Agreement, applications are invited from members of the CUPE 4600-2 bargaining unit and other interested persons to teach the following Architecture courses during the 2017-18 Fall/Winter terms.
Required Qualifications
All candidates must have a professional degree in Architecture unless otherwise specified in the experience requirements listed below. Preference will be given to candidates with a professional license and professional experience or a Ph.D. in the subject area of the course. Candidates must also have excellent communication and presentation skills. Teaching experience at the university level and in the course subject areas is an asset. All candidates will work closely with the Associate Director and Director as well as the Coordinator or Chair of the relevant programs or studios to ensure that their course material meets the University Calendar regulations, the pedagogical objectives of the School and the specific Canadian Architectural Certification Board Student Performance Criteria (CACB – SPC) for their specific course. Please visit the CACB website to review these criteria at www.cacb-ccca.ca .
Applications will be accepted until midnight on May 28th. Please indicate each course for which you would like to be considered.

Applications must include all of the following:
 Covering letter, and
 Curriculum vitae, and
 Carleton University Contract Instructor Application Form including educational background, employment history, and related experience. This form can be found at http://carleton.ca/npsia/wp-content/uploads/Sessional-App.pdf
All successful applicants will be required to familiarize themselves with the contents of “An Orientation Handbook for New Faculty and Contract Instructors at Carleton University” which can be found online at:
http://carleton.ca/edc/wp-content/uploads/New-Faculty-and-Contract-Instructor-Handbook-Winter-2014.pdf

All new contract instructors will be required to complete Carleton University’s New Contract Instructor Orientation offered through Carleton’s Educational Development Center and provide documentation of completion of the Orientation Session to the Director prior to delivering their 2017/18 course. The course covers rules and regulations of the University, online tools and other critical information necessary for course development, delivery and examinations as well as student communication protocol.

Please note:
 Assignment of courses to regular faculty members have not yet been finalized and hence the list of teaching assignments and postings are subject to change
 Some courses may be taught by employees who have the right to automatic reappointment as per the CUPE 4600-2 Collective Agreement, Articles 16.3 and 16.4.
 All positions are subject to budgetary approval.
Carleton University is strongly committed to foster social and cultural diversity within its community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our University including but not limited to women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
All applications should be sent electronically as a PDF to the attention of:
Professor Jill Stoner, Director Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism: c/o Claire Ryan, School Administrator at: Claire.Ryan@carleton.ca

Courses

Note: Winter Term Offerings are listed below Fall Term Offerings – please scroll down.
FALL TERM 2017 (September to December 2017)

ARCC 2203 / 5098
Course Title: Architectural Technology 3/ Building Technology 3
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Wood frame, post and beam, steel and concrete systems and construction techniques. Structural systems and building envelope principles and practice are explored in conjunction with mechanical and electrical systems in smaller buildings. Emphasis on precedent, tradition and methodology of architectural detailing for construction.

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: B4, B6, B8, B9, B10, B11, C1

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years architectural experience working with Canadian climate building technologies, integrated building systems and Canadian Building Code in small and large-scale projects. This course is taught to students in various degrees including architecture, engineering and conservation & sustainability and the course must be coordinated to be inclusive of all disciplines.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Third Year Studio Coordinator, the M.Arch (13 credit Chair) and the Chair of the Conservation & Sustainability program. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCC 3202 / 5099
Course Title: Architectural Technology 4/ Building Technology 4
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Medium-scale steel and concrete structured buildings as case studies to explore approaches to site resources, building envelope, daylighting design, water supply, HVAC, electric lighting, room and environmental acoustics, fire protection, with focus on sustainable design strategies.

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A9, B4, B6, B8, B9, B11, C1, C3

Specific Experience Required: Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 10 years architectural experience working with Canadian climate building technologies, integrated building systems and Canadian Building Codes in small and large scale projects. Specific experience in building envelope design and analysis is an asset. Expertise in areas listed in the calendar description is required.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Fourth Year Studio Coordinator and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing or printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCC 4500
Course Title: Design Economics
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Principles of building economics. Determinants and prediction of building costs. Uncertainty and investment economics. Creative cost control for buildings during schematic design, design development, construction document preparation and construction. Economic evaluation during all phases of design process; emphasis on sustainable strategies.

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A1, A2, A4, A5, B2, B12, D1, D5

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years architectural experience working in firms with an expertise in the areas listed in the course description including the development of comprehensive proformas.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Fourth Year Studio Coordinator, the M.Arch (13 credit) Chair and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCH 2300 / 5010
Course Title: Introduction to Modern Architecture
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Architectural and urban ideals of modernism with emphasis upon the development of the avant-garde in the early twentieth century. The phenomenon of modern architecture within the broader framework of the development of western thought. (Core Course).

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A1, A4, A8

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years experience working in architectural education, a PhD in Architecture with developed expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Coordinator of the Conservation & Sustainability Major and the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCH 4200
Course Title: Conservation Philosophy and Ethics
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Analysis of philosophical theories and related approaches to the material transformation of buildings. Micro-histories in architectural conservation theory and practice; overview of historical and contemporary concepts in architectural conservation. Preservation, restoration, rehabilitation, reconstruction, adaptive re-use, conservation anamnesis, diagnosis

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A1, A4, A6, A7, A8, A9, B11, D2

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years experience working in the field of architectural conservation or a PhD in Architecture with developed expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Coordinator of the Conservation & Sustainability Major and the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCN 2106
Course Title: Introduction to Multimedia
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Analogue and digital systems and graphic processes used in the making of images. Fundamentals of still photography and videography combined with current computer technologies in the application of visual communication techniques.

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week, laboratory three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A3

Specific Experience Required: Normally candidates will have a Professional Degree in Architecture but candidates with a degree in relevant allied arts will also be considered. All candidates must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, rectified photography, still photography, video editing and the craft of the image. This course is taught to a large cohort of first year architecture students. Candidates must have teaching experience at the post-secondary level.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the First Year studio coordinator and the instructor of the first year Drawing course. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCS 2105
Course Title: Studio 2 [2-3 Positions]
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Development of cultural imagination within the field of architecture. Inhabitation and spatial definition are explored through analysis and design of small-scale environments. Representational skills developed, including the conventions of architectural drawing and modeling.

Course Format: Twelve hours studio, plus one hour lecture per week.

CACB SPC: A1, A2, A3, A5, A7, A8, A9, B1, B3, B5, B7

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 3 years architectural experience working in architectural firms. Teaching experience is an asset. All candidates should have a professional degree in architecture.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Second Year studio coordinator and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCS 3105
Course Title: Studio 4 [3 or 4 Positions]
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: Sensory components of architecture: their use, effect, and symbolic potential. Light and lighting, sound, the sensation of heat and cold, and related phenomena studied in modest building proposals. Social considerations of architecture. The conventions of architectural drawing. (Core Course).

Course Format: Twelve hours studio, plus one hour lecture per week.

CACB SPC: A1, A2, A3, A4, A6, A7, A8, A9, B1, B2, B3, B5, B7, B9, B11, C1, C4

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years architectural experience working in architectural firms. Teaching experience is an asset. All candidates should have a professional degree in architecture.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Second Year studio coordinator and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar
(Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCN 5005
Course Title: Theory and Practice of Architectural Representation
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description:
Free-hand drawing as a way of observing and understanding the world. Various media and techniques
introduced through a wide range of studio and outdoor exercises. (Theory/History Elective).

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A1, A3, A9

Specific Experience Required: Normally candidates will have a Professional Degree in Architecture but
candidates with a degree in relevant allied arts will also be considered. All candidates must have a
minimum of 5 years’ experience working with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, rectified photography,
still photography, video editing and the craft of the image. This course is taught to students in the first
year of the three-year Master of Architecture program. Candidates must have teaching experience at the
post-secondary level.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this
course must be coordinated with the studio coordinator for this cohort. All deadlines or tests must be
entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar and verified as approved by the relevant
coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed
should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time
requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall
demand.

 

 

ARCU 5402
Course Title: Evaluation of Heritage Properties
Semester Offered: Fall 2017

Calendar Description: The cultural, political, economic and legal factors that shape our definition of heritage architecture. Processes for and implications of heritage designation, cultural value and costs associated with restoration and ongoing preservation. (Theory/History Elective).

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years experience working in the field of architectural conservation or a PhD in architecture with developed expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Coordinator of the Conservation & Sustainability Major and the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.
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WINTER TERM 2018 (January to April 2018)

 

ARCC 3202 / 5099
Course Title: Architectural Technology 4/ Building Technology 4
Semester Offered: Winter 2018

Calendar Description: Medium-scale steel and concrete structured buildings as case studies to explore approaches to site resources, building envelope, daylighting design, water supply, HVAC, electric lighting, room and environmental acoustics, fire protection, with focus on sustainable design strategies.

Course Format: Lectures three hours a week.

CACB SPC: A9, B4, B6, B8, B9, B11, C1, C3

Specific Experience Required: Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 10 years architectural experience working with Canadian climate building technologies, integrated building systems and Canadian Building Codes in small and large scale projects. Specific experience in building envelope design and analysis is an asset. Expertise in areas listed in the calendar description is required.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Third Year Studio Coordinator and the Associated Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing or printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCC 3302
Course title: Conservation in Practice 2
Semester Offered: Winter 2018

Calendar Description: The role of architecture in culture, stressing site and program with respect to their historic, social and ecological implications. Synthesis of issues, methods and techniques of the conservation and sustainability curriculum. (Core course).

Course Format: Lecture and workshop eight hours a week.

CACB SPC: A1, A2, A3, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5, B6, B9, B11

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the field of architectural conservation or a PhD in architecture with developed expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Coordinator of the Conservation & Sustainability Major and the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCC 4207 / ARCC 4900 / ARCN 5100
Course title: Advanced Building Assessment
Semester Offered: Winter 2018

Calendar Description: An in-depth study of the conventions and history of heritage recording including traditional field survey, photogrammetry, laser scanning technologies, and hybrid representations.

Course Format: Workshop, six hours a week, including field trips and on-site work.

CACB SPC: A3, C3

Specific Experience Required: A minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the field of architectural conservation or a PhD in architecture with developed expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Coordinator of the Conservation & Sustainability Major and the Coordinator of the Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCS 2106
Course Title: Studio 3 [2 or 3 Positions]
Semester Offered: WINTER 2018

Calendar Description: Small-scale building projects explore architectural design as a form of cultural expression. Consideration of site, program, and the materials of building as the means for shaping architecture.

Course Format: Twelve hours studio plus one hour lecture per week.

CACB SPC: A1, A2, A3, A5, A9, B1, B2, B3, B5, B7

Specific Experience Required: minimum of 5 years architectural experience working in the architectural profession with expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description. Teaching experience is an asset. All candidates should have a professional degree in architecture.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Second Year studio coordinator and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar (Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCS 3107
Course Title: Studio 5 [1 Position]
Semester Offered: Winter 2018

Calendar Description: Building materials and practices within the context of increasingly complex building programs. Social context of architecture in relation to material expression. Modeling is stressed.

Course Format: Twelve hours studio plus one hour lecture per week.

CACB SPC: A2, A3, A9, B1, B3, B7, B8, B11

Specific Experience Required: minimum of 7 years architectural experience working in the architectural profession with expertise in the areas listed in the calendar description. Teaching experience is an asset. All candidates should have a professional degree in architecture.

Coordination: Before the semester begins, the scope of the content, schedule and assignments of this course must be coordinated with the Third Year studio coordinator and the Associate Director – Undergraduate. All deadlines or tests must be entered on the Architecture online deadline calendar
(Team-Up) and verified as approved by the relevant coordinators. In addition, this course requires that the Technical Services Request form be completed should any use of the workshops, CNC, laser cutter or computing and printing services be required. Time requested must be approved by the relevant technicians and may require alteration based on overall demand.

 

ARCC 3902
Course Title:
Semester Offered: Winter 2018

Calendar Description A specific aspect of architecture in the area of architectural technology. Offerings vary from year to year.
2018: Chair Prototyping Workshop

Course Format: Lecture, seminar, lab or field work six hours a week. Additional class hours may be scheduled as needed.

CACB SPC: A3, A5, B1, B7, B11, C1, C3

End of offerings.