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Pembroke College and the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies


Applications are sought for the Chadwick Fellowship in Architecture, with a focus on Space Management, Design, and Operation, to be held at Pembroke College, in association with the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies within the Department of Architecture. The appointment will run from 1 January 2005.

The successful applicant will have an established career in architecture, design, surveying, or a related profession; preference being given to someone with an interest in the formulation of briefing in real estate. There will be an expectation that the Fellow will make a significant contribution to the Department's research output at the highest level. The appointed candidate will have a proven track-record in the study of the spatial demand of organizations and the release of trapped value in both buildings and running costs or a related field within architectural and urban studies.

The Fellow will be expected to direct the studies of the students reading Architecture within the College. A contribution to the teaching and administration of the Department would also be welcomed.

This is a unique opportunity to influence the real estate community's understanding of spatial demand and all its implications for the built world.

The appointment is for a five-year term, subject to review after three years. Completed applications should reach the College by 5 September. Further particulars, including details of salary, and application forms are available from the Senior Tutor's Secretary, Mrs Sally Clowes, Pembroke College, Cambridge, CB2 1RF (e-mail s.clowes@pem.cam.ac.uk).

Pembroke College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Cambridge University Reporter 21 July 2004
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