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Ravensbourne is exceptional. A world-class digital destination developing talented individuals and leading edge businesses though learning, skills, applied research, enterprise and innovation.
We are based at Greenwich Peninsula in an iconic building next to The O2. Our aim is to become a portal for talent across London driving growth in the knowledge economy and creative industries.
We are looking to strengthen our team with the following appointment:
ASSOCIATE SENIOR LECTURER, BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY (0.4)
Salary: £16,735.60 p.a. + benefits, based in SE London
Ravensbourne is a small specialist institution offering Further Education, Higher Education, and Masters qualifications in digital media and design. We have a long-standing reputation in teaching broadcast engineers, alongside directors, producers and crew in both film and television and are particularly interested in emerging technologies. We incubate over 100 new businesses in our business incubation unit and have a new research department within which one specialism is 3D film and television.
The production-focused undergraduate programmes of study at Ravensbourne include the broadcast engineering ‘suite’ of degrees BSc (Hons) Broadcast Audio Technology, BSc (Hons) Broadcast Computing, BSc (Hons) Broadcast Systems Technology, BSc (Hons) Outside Broadcast Technology. We also have a Broadcast Futures MA/MSc and a MA/MSc in 3D Stereoscopic Media. Other related courses include our BA (Hons) in Digital Television Production, BA (Hons) in Digital Film Production, BA (Hons) in Editing and Post Production, and our FdA in Editing and Post Production: Industry Practice.
Our Broadcast Technology cluster of courses is accredited by Skillset, and the BKSTS, the International Moving Image Society. Many of our engineering students were employed on the London Olympics in 2012, and we often have 100% employment figures for our Broadcast Technology graduates. We are also launching a new Digital Television Production BA that will look at Second Screen and Connected Television; the Broadcast Engineering Pathway students will be closely associated with this new course.
We are looking for an enthusiastic broadcast engineer to join the small teaching team for this cluster of Broadcast Technology BSc courses. Candidates will have a degree, previous experience of teaching and/or training as well as having an interest in research and development. The post holder will support the overall running of the Broadcast Technology Courses (student liaison, programme development, marketing of courses, etc.) with the role being responsible for teaching, administration, research and innovation. This post may also include the delivery of short courses to industry.
Closing date: Monday 26 August 2013
Interviews: Thursday 5 September 2013
For further details:
(e) firstname.lastname@example.org (t) 020 3040 3622
We welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community in our desire to reflect the diversity of the community we serve