Landscape architecture plays a critical role in Israel, where land resources are limited, and cultural and social issues are cardinal.
The landscape architecture program at the Technion is already an influential agent in the planning and design of Israel's landscapes, and aspires to develop further a comprehensive/leadership vision for landscape planning and design through research, education and professional activities.
Applicants should submit the following materials:
- Letter of interest describing research, design, and teaching accomplishments and future goals
- Curriculum vitae
- Evidence of creative work/scholarship and demonstration of teaching excellence
- Names and contact information of three references
Deadline for submission: 31th of August 2023
The successful candidate will demonstrate exemplary scholarship and a teaching record in their field, appropriate to their current rank.
They will be expected to take a leadership role in opening the first professional Master of Landscape Architecture program in Israel and in contributing to the existing research graduate program and professional undergraduate program.
Qualified candidates are expected to hold the terminal degree in their discipline and present a body of published scholarship.
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree in landscape architecture or in a related field as detailed below.
Responsibilities will include teaching in the core undergraduate and graduate curriculum, lectures, and seminars, supervising Master’s theses and Ph.D. dissertations, conducting cutting-edge research, and participating in faculty and university-wide activities.
Most courses are taught in Hebrew, however, teaching may be conducted in English.
Applicants must have a demonstrated interest and track record in Landscape Architecture: history, theory, design, technology, representation.