Boston Architectural College

Faculty and Director, Special Projects


Reporting to the Dean, School of Architecture, the position of Faculty and Director, Special Projects is a full- time, exempt position of 40 hours per week providing teaching and administrative effort to the School of Architecture; providing academic excellence and prominence in design education and teaching, maintaining the highest level of academic integrity.

The Faculty and Director, Special Projects provide administrative direction to the School of Architecture degree programs through successful project management, teamwork and a sense of unity that prioritizes and promotes student retention and persistence to graduation, and successful outcomes following graduation through a culture of academic engagement.

Primarily provides administrative management, program management, and curricular development of architecture for Professional Practice, Practice Management, Project Management, Construction and Evaluation, and Programming, Human Factors and Codes. This role serves a curricular connection to licensure.  Provide support, advice, direction to, and communication with students, including but not limited to: advising students on their progress, career guidance, and appropriate educational opportunities.

This role is 70% administrative and 30% teaching and carries a teaching load equivalent to two 3.0 credit courses per year.

Serve as administrative colleague, provide academic advising to students, maintain and uphold standards of student experiences, culture, and quality of education while serving the BAC’s distinctive institutional mission. Achieve all NAAB Accreditation Standards and support in accreditation preparations. Lead and develop special projects, including new courses, collaborations with external institutions and organizations and internal task forces and committees to enhance architecture curricular learning goals; instigate competitions, forums, and workshops.

Primary Committees: Portfolio Review, Curriculum Committee, and others as needed.

Teaching Requirement: Teach two, 3.0 credit courses per academic year (Fall and Spring).

Requirements: holds a Master of Architecture degree and licensure.