What are current pay rates in the industry? What are the trends for 2022 and how have salaries changed? Join us for a CPD webinar featuring QUT’s Lindy Osborne Burton together with Soha Matour, who have conducted the analysis and will unpack the key findings of the 2022 Salary Survey Report. Originally held 25 May 2022.
The National Salary Survey provides essential information on remuneration and salaries in 31 different roles for the architectural profession. It’s been two years since we conducted the survey and there have been a lot of changes in the architectural professional during this time. Hear the latest trends in different roles, different practice sizes, the gender pay gap, implications for the industry and more. The ACA National Salary Survey provides essential independent information on remuneration and salaries in the industry.
Associate Professor Lindy Osborne Burton
Lindy was originally educated in South Africa and later moved to Australia, where she commenced working at Cox Rayner Architects in Brisbane. She quickly developed a specialisation in the design of complex public and institutional buildings, and worked in practice for 12 years. Lindy is now an Associate Professor in Architecture and the Design for Health program co-leader at Queensland University of Technology. Her role includes supervising PhD students who are researching health architecture and/or architectural education.
Lindy is currently appointed as both a Board Member of the Board of Architects of Queensland and a Referee for the Queensland Development Tribunal. She is also the Australian Institute of Architects Gold Coast and Northern Rivers Region Co-chair, and is an active member of the AACA Accreditation Standing Panel and the Australian Health Design Council. Lindy is also the regional editor for Australia, for the International Journal of Architectural Research.
Dr Soha Matour
(Conducted the analysis alongside Lindy Osbourne Burton but unfortunately dropped out of the session unexpectedly.)
Soha received her Master’s degree in Architectural Engineering in Iran and then moved to Australia to start her PhD at Queensland University of Technology. Her PhD dissertation focused on the design of an innovative Double Skin Facade to improve thermal performance and natural ventilation of tall buildings’ facades in warm climates.
Since joining QUT, Soha has been involved in teaching, lecturing and a range of different projects at both building and urban scales. Her research interests centre on ventilation, indoor air quality, thermal comfort, energy-efficient buildings, and climate change impacts. She is currently appointed as a sessional academic at QUT and a research assistant in Building 4.0 CRC projects.
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