Architecture teacher - Salary and Career
Teachers of architecture and urbanism, engineering, geophysics and geology in higher education

Architecture teacher - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They develop teaching, research and extension activities in higher education in the areas of knowledge of engineering, architecture and urbanism, geophysics and geology and in related areas, being able to carry out institutional administrative activities.

How much does an Architecture teacher earn

A Architecture teacher earns between $1.275 and $17.926 per month, with an average monthly salary of $5.480 and a median salary of $3.285 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 192 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Architecture teacher

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 5.480 65.754 1.370 50
1º Quartile 1.275 15.297 319 12
Median Salary 3.285 39.422 821 30
3º Quartile 13.672 164.058 3.418 125
Higher Salary 17.926 215.118 4.482 164

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • teaching professionals
      • higher education teachers
        • teachers of architecture and urbanism, engineering, geophysics and geology in higher education

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Main workplaces

Teachers of architecture and urbanism, engineering, geophysics and geology in higher education they teach transversal and specific subjects in the areas of engineering, architecture, geology and geophysics, at undergraduate, graduate and extension levels. They may carry out research and development activities, linked to universities or colleges, predominantly as registered employees. They work day and night with occasional supervision. Part of the activities of geophysics and geology teachers, in particular, are carried out in the field, in the open, often at irregular hours. In some activities, some professionals may be exposed to the effects of high temperatures and toxic materials and radiation.

What does it take to work in the field of Teachers of architecture and urbanism, engineering, geophysics and geology in higher education

The family's occupations require, for their exercise, higher level training in the area. In the labor market, it is desirable that holders of occupations have additional postgraduate and specialization degrees, as well as experience in the area of more than five years.

Functions and activities of Architecture teacher

Teachers of architecture and urbanism, engineering, geophysics and geology in higher education must:

  • prepare classes and teaching resources;
  • work in extension activities;
  • manage and execute research;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • participate in administrative activities;
  • preparing lessons and teaching resources;
  • orient students;
  • orienting students;
  • manage and run searches;
  • acting in extension activities;
  • perform assessments;
  • manage and run surveys;
  • teaching specific content;
  • manage and execute searches;
  • advise students;
  • disclose academic and technical works;
  • guide students;
  • manage and execute surveys;
  • planning courses;
  • prepare lessons and teaching resources;
  • teach specific content;
  • plan courses;
  • disseminate academic and technical works;
  • conduct assessments;
  • prepare classes and didactic resources;
  • perform evaluations;
  • manage and run research;

  • Activities

    • participate in the assessment of courses;
    • manage human, financial and material resources;
    • directing an entity supporting research and services;
    • make information available on the internet;
    • teach through the project;
    • orient monitors;
    • analyze collected information;
    • participate in scientific and technical associations;
    • participate in class entities;
    • participate in working, research and study groups;
    • participate in forums and seminars to discuss curriculums;
    • teach practical classes in pilot plants;
    • associate teaching and extension;
    • teach to develop equipment, processes and products;
    • teach field classes;
    • participate in congresses, events etc;
    • publish works in conference proceedings;
    • advise masters, doctoral students, specialization and improvement students;
    • run experiments and observations;
    • prepare texts, handouts;
    • disclose projects of buildings, cities and landscapes;
    • develop institutional projects;
    • teach to design spaces and environments;
    • coordinate teaching and undergraduate courses;
    • evaluate theses, dissertations, monographs;
    • develop projects of social interest;
    • manage higher university administration bodies;
    • promote seminars and discussions;
    • stimulate the teaching-learning process;
    • set up research structure (team, lab, materials);
    • orienting students in scientific, technological and artistic initiation research;
    • discuss results as a team;
    • seek research funding from funding agencies;
    • provide consultancy;
    • orient undergraduate students (tutoring);
    • publish works in magazines, specialized periodicals;
    • disclose works through print and digital media;
    • create survey methodology;
    • participate in resume restructuring;
    • propose new courses;
    • participate in committees;
    • participating in the organization of congresses and events;
    • prepare lab class;
    • represent the institution in institutional programs;
    • participating in social and community projects;
    • support visiting researchers and professors;
    • empower human resources for research;
    • participating in regulatory councils and bodies;
    • coordinate agreements;
    • develop an orientation plan;
    • perform technical visits;
    • delivering extension courses;
    • negotiate patent rights;
    • teach the use of specific tools (software and equipment);
    • coordinate projects;
    • develop teaching methods;
    • participate in the evaluation process of faculty and staff;
    • have a degree in the area or similar areas;
    • serve the community in matters of its own specialty;
    • keep up to date in your field of activity;
    • participate in a faculty selection committee;
    • correct exams, exercises and projects;
    • seek financial resources;
    • participating in boards and regulatory bodies;
    • restructure subjects;
    • participate in the assessment of courses of similar units;
    • participate in the organization of congresses and events;
    • guide students for exams, contests and competitions;
    • set up teaching laboratories;
    • prepare lab class;
    • publish books, articles and chapters of specialized books;
    • teach to design equipment, processes and products;
    • developing course projects (undergraduate, graduate and specialization);
    • search through the project (spaces and environments);
    • manage higher administration bodies of the university;
    • teach lectures;
    • know foreign languages;
    • prepare multimedia material;
    • supervise internships;
    • coordinate laboratories;
    • disclose works through the internet;
    • teaching classes for distance learning;
    • advise higher administration bodies of the university;
    • participate in exhibitions and shows;
    • encourage students to develop creativity and entrepreneurship;
    • direct academic units, institutes;
    • direct scientific and technical associations;
    • representing the institution in institutional programs;
    • participate in student selection committees;
    • advising entities that support research and services;
    • prepare technical collection;
    • prepare audiovisual material;
    • coordinate assessment seminars;
    • build survey report;
    • elaborate opinions;
    • orient interns;
    • process the information collected;
    • elaborate a dossier to obtain a patent;
    • orient students in the production and dissemination of texts, projects and images;
    • give interviews;
    • translating scientific and technical texts;
    • participate in forums and seminars to discuss curricula;
    • direct research centers and centers;
    • guide students in course completion work;
    • create a webpage for the course;
    • work as a team;
    • serve students in support of didactic activity;
    • complete research report;
    • participate in curriculum restructuring;
    • coordinate courses and extension programs;
    • restructure courses;
    • define search lines;
    • teach practical classes (in laboratory);
    • participating in the editorial board of magazines, periodicals, conference proceedings, etc;
    • master the use of teaching resources;
    • participate in collegiate bodies;
    • teaching field classes;
    • encourage students to develop criticism and ethics;
    • have a degree in the area or in similar areas;
    • give lectures;
    • orient students in scientific, technological and artistic initiation research;
    • participate in regulatory councils and bodies;
    • head department;
    • evaluate technical and scientific works;
    • writing textbooks;
    • inform students about complementing knowledge in national and international institutions;
    • develop research project;
    • teach students to search for information (library, internet, people etc);
    • associate teaching and research;
    • prepare exercises and tests;
    • planning field lessons;
    • participate in competition boards;
    • directing an entity to support research and services;
    • coordinate graduate programs;
    • promote exchanges between universities;
    • disclose works, essays, critical texts in the mainstream media;
    • perform extension projects;
    • perform field survey;
    • deliver practical classes (workshop);
    • take the initiative to participate in scientific exchange;
    • participate in course assessment;
    • teach theoretical and applied knowledge in an integrated way;
    • participating in the elaboration of a pedagogical course project;

    Sectors that hire Architecture teacher the most in the job market

    • higher education - undergraduate and postgraduate
    • higher education - undergraduate
    • support activities for education
    • higher education - postgraduate and extension
    • other teaching activities
    • activities of associations for the defense of social rights
    • child education - pre-school
    • building construction
    • elementary school

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