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Current Job Adverts:
The EMiLA Fellowship at ENSP Versailles and Marseille is awarded annually to an emerging designer or an already-established landscape architect, whose work articulates the potential for landscape as a medium of design to take an important role in transformations of public realm at territorial and/or urban scale. The position is a one-year position at half-time or a full-time position over one semester. The teaching language is primarily English, ability to communicate in French is considered an advantage.
THE EMiLA TEAM:
EMiLA (European Master in Landscape Architecture) is a Master’s Degree run and shared by five leading European schools and Universities in the field of Landscape Architectural design:
- Amsterdam University of the Arts (AUA)/Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (AHK)
- Universitat Polytècnica de Catalunya (UPC)/Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura (ETSAB) / Escola Superior d’Agricultura de Barcelona (ESAB)
- The University of Edinburgh / Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) / The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA)
- Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH) / Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft
- École nationale supérieure de paysage (site of Versailles and Marseille) (ENSP)
The aim of this Master program is to foster students to be more aware of the European dimensions in landscape at policy level as well as at large/territorial-scale through design practice. Through this process, the students begin to better understand our cultural landscape differences, but also, how important landscape issues cross through national borders and require Pan-European reflections and strategies. Moreover, the curriculum offers students to learn from other universities’ pedagogic methods and it enables them to begin to build up their own future professional network in an international context. (www.emila.eu).
AIMS: The ambition of the EMiLA Fellowship is to bring forth and foster emerging design educators whose work embody the potential for landscape as a relevant medium of design. The EMiLA Fellowship is also intended to have an active role in reinforcing the partnerships between the EMiLA institutions via different activities.
AGENDA OF THE FELLOWSHIP:
The candidate will take part in;
- The EMiLA Summer School and/or in academic activities at one of the EMiLA partner schools
- 1-2 Design Studios at Master 1 level, depending on the length of stay
- Conduct a reflective report on the EMiLA Fellowship with emphasis on the experiences around the Design Studios
* Due to changes in the pedagogic program or if the candidate is researching on a specific landscape topic, changes and adaptation to the teaching offer can be provided.
THE EMILA FELLOW WILL BE APPOINTED:
- Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at ENSP on the site of Versailles for the academic year 2021-2022.
- It is a part-time position. The position can be negotiated to be a full-time position during one semester or a half-time position during the length of an academic year, it will include 192 contact hours
- The candidate receives a French salary: depending on the candidate’s curriculum this can vary from an annual salary of 11500€ to 15 000€
- We offer a free of charge residence at the Potager du Roi during the length of the Fellowship.
- The candidate is expected to be in residence from late August/early September 2021 till June 2022 if half-time, from late August/early September 2021 till late January 2022 or from late January till June 2022 if full-time.
ELIGIBILITY: Landscape architects and designers from allied design professions who can demonstrate a significant engagement with landscape as a medium of design are invited to apply. Candidates active in academic and professional domains are both welcome. Candidates from practice should show links/ambitions with teaching.
THE SELECTION PROCESS:
A jury composed of staff from École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage will select the 2021-2022 Fellow. The two-stage competition process will first identify a short-list of three finalists who then will be invited to interviews (most probably via a video-call) in late May. The Jury will recommend a winner to be announced publicly in late May/early June 2021.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit the following application materials in the form of a single PDF (not larger than 25 MB):
- Curriculum vitae and contact information for 3 references
- Digital portfolio of design and other relevant work
- Two-page document describing pedagogical ideas, tools and the general positioning of the candidate in relation to teaching landscape architectural design in the 21st century.
Please name the pdf as follows; EMiLA_Fellowship2021_Lastname_Firstname.pdf Submit the pdf by email attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE TO APPLY:
2nd of May 2021
- School’s policy, Vincent Piveteau Director, email@example.com
- The Design Department, Bruno Tanant, firstname.lastname@example.org
- EMiLA Curriculum, Lauri Mikkola, email@example.com
- The Research Programme, Patrick Moquay, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Other questions related to the school, Géraldine Lecanuet, email@example.com