Positions at the UT College of Architecture and Design
Craft Supervisor III
Licenses or Certifications: Current TN driver’s license required. First Aid and CPR is preferred.
Principal Duties: Supervises safe and effective operation of the College of Architecture and Design Fabrication and Design/Build Laboratories. This includes development of day to day policies and procedures; providing support to both architecture and art faculty regarding course needs; advising administration on equipment upgrades and maintenance; oversee orientation programs for students; hire, train and supervise student workers; supervise the construction of miscellaneous carpentry projects. Must have understanding of metal working including welding, milling and shaping. Must have understanding of digital fabrication methods such as programming, running and maintaining CNC routers, laser cutters and 3D-printers. Utilizes specifications, schematics and manuals to perform listed tasks. Maintains records and reports on repairs or servicing. Provides technical guidance and direction to designated personnel. Assists in estimating amount of material and type of equipment and supplies required. Operates equipment required to perform maintenance functions. Performs other related duties as required.
Minimum Qualifications: High School degree required, Bachelors degree is preferred.
Experience: 3 years experience/knowledge in all types of construction work is required. 2-3 years teaching experience is preferred.
Skills and Abilities: Must possess attributes such as listening, understanding, patience, creativity, and the ability to give positive reinforcement. Demonstrates knowledge of construction methods and preventative maintenance practices in a shop-type environment. Demonstrates experience working with both analog and digital methods and tools. Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment. Strong customer service skills. Strong oral and written communications skills. Ability to work with a diverse population.
Please visit the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Human Resources website to apply.
Director of the School of Architecture
The search is presently underway. Faculty, students and staff are invited to complete an evaluation sheet for each of the visiting candidates.
- Henri T. de Hahn, Provost, New School of Architecture + Design, San Diego, CA
- Jori Erdman, Professor and Director, School of Architecture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
- John D. Quale, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Architecture Program, University of Virginia School of Architecture, Charlottesville, VA
- Jason Young, Associate Professor, Taubaman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan