University of Virginia

University of Virginia School of Architecture
Charlottesville, VA
Posted Date: October 18, 2019

The University of Virginia School of Architecture ( is seeking highly qualified candidates to offer graduate and undergraduate level instruction in architectural design. Housed in the Department of Architecture, this appointment will be made at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor of Architectural Design (General Faculty) based on Curriculum Vitae and teaching experience.

The successful candidate for the position will demonstrate the promise of excellence in architectural design and be actively involved in the advancement of a cutting edge design practice. Applicants should show a record of excellence in practice and dissemination of creative work through built work, exhibitions and publications.

Candidates should hold at a minimum, a professional master’s degree in architecture, and be qualified through advanced scholarly work and practice. The successful candidate(s) will be offered a full-time position to teach architectural design studios plus lectures and seminars in one or more of the concentration areas within the school (building technology and environmental systems, architectural history and theory, landscape and urbanism). We seek colleagues who will continue to pursue innovative, high-profile creative production and related scholarship to situate their practice within broader disciplinary knowledge. Additionally, they will be expected to advise students and serve on school and departmental committees.

To apply, visit  — Search for and apply to Requisition R0010627. Complete a Candidate Profile online, and attach (Note: All attachments should be added into the “Resume” box):

  1. Cover letter expressing interest and qualifications, including summary of notable accomplishments in design/research, teaching and leadership
  2. Updated CV
  3. Contact information for (3) references noting your professional relationship to each
  4. A two-page statement addressing your vision for teaching and creative work
  5. A 10 spread portfolio submitted as a PDF with samples of your own creative work and student work.
    Digital Portfolio materials should uploaded as a single PDF (.pdf) file in Workday (upload materials to the “Resume” box).

Review of applications will begin on January 6, 2020 and the positions will continue to remain open until filled.

For questions regarding this position, please contact Search Committee Chair, Associate Professor Jeana Ripple at