Teach and supervise at all three levels of study, in the degree programs of the School (minor, bachelor’s, master’s degree) as well as in other master’s degrees and PhD programs offered by the Faculty. It includes teaching studios in the urban landscape
Develop a teaching and research program in landscape architecture, landscape studies and evaluations, project design, planning or management of landscape projects;
Also, contribute to the development and coordination of the School’s programs;
In addition, contribute to the life of the School, of the Faculty as well as of the University and to their global reputation.
A PhD on a topic related to landscape architecture, planning or a related discipline. Applications will be considered from those who have submitted their dissertation or whose training and experience are considered equivalent to a doctorate;
A professional degree in landscape architecture or an equivalent degree;
Also a publication record, including manuscripts currently under peer review or review by a publisher;
An ability to teach undergraduate and graduate-level courses and supervise master’s level and doctoral research projects;
An ability to work in teams in an interdisciplinary context;
In addition, adequate knowledge of French written and spoken language or a strong commitment to mastering the proficiency level
Eligibility for membership with the Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec (AAPQ) or with the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, or membership in a professional association of landscape architects;
Research expertise about one or more global issues:
The creative process, co-design as well as innovative design;
In addition, Bioregionalism, urban ecosystems and territorial metabolism.
Also has a good command of English;
Mastery of innovative digital tools for 2D and 3D design and simulation at several scales;
Moreover, other expertise or interests may be considered.