The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia is looking to extend its team. If you are interested in joining our team, have a look at the job opportunity below!

Company Description

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) is a center for research, education, production and outreach, with the mission of imagining the future habitat of our society and building it in the present.

IAAC follows the digital revolution at all scales (from bits to geography, from micro-controllers to cities, from materials to the territory) to expand the boundaries of architecture and design and meet the challenges faced by humanity. IAAC is an experimental and experiential center where one learns by doing, through a test methodology that promotes real solutions.

IAAC is open, independent and radical; inspired by the values of Barcelona, the capital of architecture and design, where urbanism was invented and where a local high quality and innovation-oriented research is connected to an international network of excellence in technology, architecture and society fields.

IAAC, beyond its educational and pro-research work, is an interdisciplinary and multicultural stable community that seeks permanent contact and cooperation among the hundreds of teachers, researchers, institutions and companies that have worked with us or that pursue the objective of providing solutions to the great challenges of humanity.

IAAC team is a young, multicultural and multidisciplinary team of highly motivated architects, designers and engineers, focusing on the conception, design and production of novel projects and technologies.

IAAC has now opened the following Job Position:

Master in Robotics & Advanced Construction Coordinator

Topics include:

– Academic management (logistic and content)
– Public Relations


– Preparation of Master Program materials such as program, schedules, forms, posters etc.
– Master Program supervision;
– Setup and administration of Master Program content, current student and alumni database;
– Communication with the scientific tutors, providing guidance and assistance in all organizational steps of the Master Program;
– Set up and logistics preparation for classes and/or events related with the Master
– Budgeting and invitation of speakers and students;
– Promoting the Master Program on social media and any other available channels of communication relevant to the program;
– Arranging for logistics (transport, material purchase, presentations, installations, catering)
– Support processing reimbursement requests, invoices or payments with administration staff;
– Compiling reports, including student statistics and Master Program budgets;
– Setup and analysis of online surveys and forms;
– Data management and electronic document filing, including student management system;
– General follow-up on Master student, Faculty and team journey in relationship to the Master Program;
– Preparation and contribution to documentation for research funding and industry collaborations.

Reporting structure:

This position reports to the MRAC Directors, the IAAC Head of Studies and Academic Coordinator

Qualification requirements:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and ability required to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.

Education and/or Experience:

– Previous experience in Academia, Teaching, Research, Scientific Papers & Publications;
– Experience with Google Drive / Docs / Sheets;
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office Word / Excel;
– Experience with Slack;
– Basic Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator / InDesign.


– Strong interpersonal skills, as well as written and oral communication skills are essential for this position.
– Confidentiality, maturity, and professionalism at all times are essential for this position.
– Experience in teaching and/or demonstration of science and technology, especially in a community environment.
– The ability to work effectively and efficiently, under stressful conditions, to ensure deadlines are met is essential.
– Autonomous, able to take on responsibilities and coordinate a team efficiently
– Must have demonstrated, through prior work experience, the ability to identify and resolve, in a courteous and professional manner, complex issues and problems while adhering to an appropriate policy and procedure.
– Safety – Knowledgeable on all applicable EH&S, OSHA and regulatory requirements.
– Interest in Architecture, Technology, Innovation and Robotics.
– Willing to learn, motivated, enthusiastic and social.

Hours: 40 hours a week, presential (Monday to Friday)

Salary: €21K to €23K, according to profile (annual gross)

Location: IAAC campus, C/ Pujades 102 baixos / C/ Pujades 59 / C/ Pujades 51

Language: Fluent English, Spanish appreciated

Position Commencement: 10th October 2021

If you are in Barcelona, or you are interested in moving to Barcelona, and working with us, please send us your CV and/or Portfolio by September 27th, 2021 to [email protected]. Email subject should be: “Master in Robotics & Advanced Construction coordinator“.