Careers

Available Academic Positions

Over the past 55 years, the Department of Architecture has contributed robustly to the steady growth, expansion and development that parallels the modernisation of the city-state of Singapore. Our Department has built and expanded on its long tradition of providing a high standard of professional architectural education and research in the setting of Asia’s top university. We invite dedicated and suitably qualified candidates for the following tenurable/educator track appointments who share our vision in Nurturing Creative Global Designers and Critical Thinkers for the Built Environment to shape Asia's Future and the World:

 

Master of Landscape Architecture

1. Tenure track faculty (Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor) and

2. Educator track faculty (Senior Lecturer) in landscape architecture for its Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programme

 

Urban Design

1. Tenure track faculty (Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor) and

2. Educator track faculty (Senior Lecturer) in Urban Design

 

Architectural Design

1. Tenure track faculty (Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor) and

2. Educator track faculty (Senior Lecturer) in the area of Architectural Design, Architectural Design Technologies /Environmental Systems)

 

Successful candidates should have an earned doctorate in Architecture or in the associated areas (Urban Planning, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture), with requisite experience and credentials suitable for full-time appointment in NUS.

To apply, please send/email pdf copies

Detailed Curriculum Vitae (including academic history; research, teaching and administrative experience);

Publication list;

a Statement of Teaching (maximum two pages);

a Statement of Research (maximum three pages) – citing up to five significant publications, creative work or other scholarly contribution and explaining their significance;

a list of six referees with contact details (who will be contacted only with your concurrence); and NUS Personal Data Consent for Job Applicants;

 

Mailing address:

Department of Architecture

4 Architecture Drive

SDE 1 #03-01

Singapore 117566

Email: nus.aki.recruitment@nus.edu.sg

Available Research Assistant Position

Job Purpose:

This position(s) is open for a motivated research assistant with proficiency in either Building Information Modelling or computer programming. The main objective of the research project is the automatic mapping of IFC-BIM models into semantically enriched 3D CityGML building models (exterior and interior).

Your role(s) in the project will be to support a post-doctoral fellow with the development and implementation, testing and demonstration of algorithms for the automated mapping and conversion of native BIM models into IFC models into CityGML building models.

Duties & Responsibilities:

- Work closely with post-doctoral fellow(s)

- Support analysis of BIM models to identify modelling issues that may hinder export and conversion into IFC and CityGML

- Support development, implementation, testing and demonstration of computer algorithms for automatic mapping of IFC-BIM models into semantically enriched 3D CityGML building models

- Support training workshops

- Support documentation and reporting

Qualification & Requirements:

  •     Proficiency with Building Information Modelling (or)
  •     Proficiency with computer programming
  •     Knowledge of CityGML or IFC is preferred, but not required
  •     Ability to work both independently and in group
  •     Well-organized documentation skills with excellent command of English
  •     Excellent communication skills
  •      Qualified to degree level or equivalent in Architecture, Building, or Computing based discipline

 

Duration of Appointment: 

Until end of April 2019.

Estimated no. of work hours per week:

42 h / week  (Full-time appointment)

Payment:

NUS standard hourly rate (which depends on candidates’ qualifications)

Application deadline:

Till the position(s) is filled.

Interested applicants should send their CV to Assoc. Prof. Rudi Stouffs, Principal Investigator (stouffs@nus.edu.sg)