Lecturer: Film Production
Media and Communications,Media Studies
Short info about job
Company: Norwich University of the Arts
Salary: £32,548 to £38,833 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1249 5184967
Fax: +44-1479 3135742
Detail information about job Lecturer: Film Production. Terms and conditions vacancy
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is a successful and expanding specialist university, offering high-quality education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our dynamic, contemporary and creative provision in arts, design, architecture and media is delivered from a unique campus in the heart of the City of Norwich. Teaching at NUA has long been recognised as being of the very highest standard, and this was recently confirmed with the University achieving a Gold Award against the metrics of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2017. Graduate employability curriculum relevance and creative practice are key factors in our acknowledged success and national profile.
The University is known for its distinctive research and innovation and is a leading contributor to the cultural and economic life of the city and country, and a distinctive, high-quality specialist university educating the future workforce for the creative industries.
Due to the continuing popularity of the Creative Skillset Accredited Ticked BA (Hons) Film & Moving Image Production course with its award winning students, we have seen a significant increase in applications and enrolments over the last few years and now wish to appoint a high calibre experienced professional to our team. The main emphasis of this new role is to enhance the delivery of studio and location camera and lighting skills across the four years of the undergraduate provision. The ability to support students in a range of moving image and sound contexts in relation to a variety of applications would be advantageous, as would the ability to teach at Masters Level.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate substantial professional industry experience as a cinematographer and strong editing/post-production skills, with the ability to support students working in drama, documentary and advertising short films. The role requires an understanding of delivering and developing innovative learning and teaching strategies at degree level, together with skills in team-working and organisation and a commitment to enhancing the student experience and promoting student employability.
Closing date: 9.00 am Monday 18th September 2017
Interview date: Wednesday 4th October 2017
Application packs available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs
Committed to equality and valuing diversity