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College of Environment and Design

Employment Opportunities


Spring 2021

Title:

Open Rank Assistant Professor or Lecturer


Department:
CED Dean's Office


Posting Number:
F0855P


Position Summary (PDF)


For further information and to apply use this link:

https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/188733

Title:

Communications, Marketing and Recruitment Specialist

Department:
College of Environment and Design, Dean's Office

Posting Number:
S05668P


Position Summary: 

The Communications, Marketing, and Recruitment Specialist in the College of Environment and Design (CED) works under the supervision of the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. This position will lead and collaborate in the development and implementation of communication, marketing, recruitment, and public relations efforts for the College, especially the production of written content for print and online materials. A primary function of the job will be to work directly with faculty, staff, and students from all College programs to write content for news releases, website copy and social media content. The position involves strong reporting and writing skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects at one time. The person in this position works closely with the CED Public Relations Committee to discuss and disseminate information about programming, the recruitment of new students, and to market, advertise, and implement CED programs and public events. Additionally, the position will prepare and execute a marketing plan/strategy for the CED and manage the execution of projects such as social media, programmatic brochures, and other publication materials. This position is responsible for internal and external recruiting of students into all undergraduate and graduate programs within the College. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record of collaboration and be an enthusiastic team member.


For further information and to apply use this link:

https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/184720

 
 

Title:

Academic Professional Associate supporting Plant Instruction (Founders Memorial Garden Curator and Instructor)

Department:
CED Founders Memorial Garden

Posting Number:
F0817P


Position Summary: 

The UGA College of Environment & Design (CED) has been responsible for maintaining the Founders Memorial Garden (FMG), a 2.5 acre historic public garden, since it was developed in 1938 to teach landscape architecture students plant form and use in designed spaces. The FMG Curator and Instructor position manages this living laboratory for instruction and research purposes, as well as the health, safety and welfare of the visiting public (faculty, staff, students, alumni, citizens of Athens and out of town guests) who can access it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Garden occupies a visually prominent location on UGA’s historic North Campus. An American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Centennial award-winner, the Garden is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hence, it must be curated to consistent high standards.

The Garden’s use for instruction and research call for a trained professional with a sophisticated set of horticultural and artistic skills to properly care for the space. Therefore, the position requires a unique combination of instruction, research, and garden management skills. The successful applicant must be knowledgeable in horticulture, planting design, and contemporary garden maintenance techniques, as well as have a deep appreciation for the history of the site and its role in UGA, CED, Athens, and the Garden Club’s history. The successful applicant will interact with the public to convey that message of appreciation.

CED invites applications for a full-time Academic Professional Associate with the following position responsibilities listed by priority: 1) Curator of the Founders Memorial Garden (FMG), which includes the 2.5 acre plant collection in a historic-designed landscape with three historic structures; 2) Head Horticulturist; and 3) Instructor. The position requires a great deal of independent decision-making, self-motivation, and self-direction.


For further information and to apply use this link:

https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/182870

 

 

 

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