Lecturers in Media Production - Two positions available – 1.0 FTE and 0.5 FTE

Two positions available – 1.0 FTE and 0.5 FTE
20 Aug 2013
09 Sep 2013
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University of Northampton

Lecturers in Media Production
Two positions available – 1.0 FTE and 0.5 FTE

University of Northampton is looking to recruit two innovative industry connected Lecturers in Media Production to deliver an industry focused dynamic new curriculum across a number of genres in Media Production. The successful applicants will bring media industry experience as a practitioner from the fields of Advertising, Film Production or Broadcast Television as well as experience teaching in the HE sector. We are particularly interested to hear from industry practitioners with experience in documentary, short film, music video production, TV commercials, Multi – Camera TV Studio Production and or content creation for Multi-Platform projects. Applicants will be expected to offer current industry skills in either project development, cinematography, or post production workflows with a thorough understanding of the TV and Film industry production process based on substantial professional practice as either an editor, self-shooting director, Producer or Director of Photography.

The successful applicant will have a first degree or postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject and should be able to demonstrate current professional engagement with the media industries. Applicants who wish to develop an active industry focused research profile are particularly welcome.
For candidates new to teaching in HE it will be a requirement to undertake a PGCE within the first 12 months of appointment.

For details please contact Steve Taylor, Deputy Dean in the School of The Arts, steven.taylor@northampton.ac.uk.

Interview date: week commencing 16 September 2013

To apply online please visit https://jobs.northampton.ac.uk

All candidates will be asked for proof of their eligibility to work in the UK at interview.

The University of Northampton as an employer strives to achieve diversity among its staff which reflects the communities it serves.