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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:
SENIOR LECTURER, DIGITAL FILM PRODUCTION
Salary: £41,839 p.a. + benefits, based in SE London
Ravensbourne is looking to recruit a dynamic, innovative, and future thinking educator to join the Digital Film Production team. This new and rapidly growing area in the institution is technologically focused and determined to be at the forefront of the digital revolution in Film Production and applicants are expected to be as excited about this new field as Ravensbourne is. The successful candidate will have responsibility for units across the three year BA (Hons) programme and the new two year fast track BA (Hons) programme, and will be expected to contribute to cross-disciplinary units and activities across a number of associated programmes.
The successful applicant will have a first degree or post-graduate qualification in a relevant subject, and should be able to demonstrate good, recent professional knowledge and experience (both industry and academic) in Digital Film Production. Excellent organisational skills and the ability to engage students directly with their chosen industry will be of significant benefit, and the ability to deploy creative learning and teaching methods, and to innovate in curriculum design would be advantageous. An active research profile or interest in participating in research is of interest.
Applicants will be expected to possess high level, current skills in Digital Film Production. These may be in a particular part of the discipline such as Digital Cinematography, CGI, or post production, or may be in areas such as Advertising, Documentary Production, Sustainable Production Management, Delivery Platforms, or Directing for Multi-Platform Production. Applicants with an in-depth knowledge of the British film business, or an understanding of the industrial contexts of Digital Film will be particularly welcome, as would those with experience of new approaches to online collaborations and to production, distribution and exhibition tools. A high level of technical understanding and ability is essential.
Closing date: 11pm on Sunday 24 November 2013
Interviews: Thursday 5 December 2013
For further details:
(e) firstname.lastname@example.org (t) 020 3040 3622