job: academic, New Mexico applied planning, deadline extended

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Mon Dec 10 10:17:54 CST 2007


From: Claudia B. Isaac <cisaac at unm.edu>

Dear Colleagues,

 

Due to an administrative glitch, the deadline for applications to the
University of New Mexico's Assistant Professor Position in Applied Physical
Planning and Design has been extended AGAIN, through January 4, 2008.  For
those who have already applied to the position, we would like to thank you
for your patience.  We have every expectation that this will be the last
delay in the process.

 

Sincerely,

 

Claudia Isaac

 

University of New Mexico

School of Architecture and Planning

Assistant Professor of Planning

 

The School of Architecture and Planning at the University of New Mexico is
seeking an Assistant Professor of Planning with expertise in applied
physical planning and design.  The Assistant Professor of Planning will
teach undergraduate and graduate seminars and planning studios, co-ordinate
the CRP Physical Planning and Design concentration, advise graduate
students, conduct research, engage in community service and assume regular
faculty responsibilities.   This probationary appointment leading to a
tenure decision will begin August 14, 2008.

 

The Community and Regional Planning Program is part of the School of
Architecture and Planning, along with the Architecture and Landscape
Architecture Programs.  The School also offers interdisciplinary, graduate
certificate programs in Historic Preservation and Regionalism, and Town
Design.

 


Minimum Qualifications:  1) Master's degree in Community and Regional
Planning, Urban Studies and Planning, or a terminal professional degree in a
related field; 2) demonstrated expertise and practice in applied physical
planning and design at the site, subdivision, community and regional scale;
3) teaching experience and competence in physical planning and geo-spatial
analysis; 4) show promise for distinguished record of community engagement,
scholarship, applied research and professional accomplishment in practice.


 


Preferred Qualifications:  1) Demonstrated expertise in community-based
design and development; 2) experience in applying principles of human and
natural ecology in physical planning and infrastructure design; 3)
knowledgeable about spatial representation of information, physical plan
preparation, plan implementation and development review; 4) demonstrated
ability to work in interdisciplinary and collegial setting; 5) demonstrated
ability to teach planning studios, and topical seminar courses such as the
Foundations of Physical Planning, GIS,  and/or  Urban Design Theory; 6)
Ph.D. in Community and Regional Planning or closely related field.


 


Applicants must send: 1) a signed letter of intent; 2) curriculum vitae; and
3) names of four academic references (with addresses, telephone numbers, and
e-mail) to Prof. Ric Richardson, Search Chair, School of Architecture and
Planning, University of New Mexico, MSC04 2530, Albuquerque, New Mexico
87131-0001.  Short- listed candidates will be asked to submit copies of
selected work.  The application deadline is January 4, 2008.


 

New Mexico has a rich and varied culture, and qualified candidates from all
underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.   EEO/AA

 

 

 

 

 

_______________________________________________

Claudia B. Isaac, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Community and Regional Planning

School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico,

Pearl Hall, MSC04 2530

2401 Central Avenue, SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102

505-277-5939, FAX:  505-277-0076



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