|Salary:||£39,324 to £45,562 per annum, plus a Course Coordinator allowance of £2,500 per annum.|
|Placed on:||1st February 2017|
|Closes:||1st March 2017|
Falmouth University is the number one ranked Arts University in the Sunday Times University Guide, the Complete University Guide, and The Guardian University league table. For more than a hundred years, we have been on a journey from School of Art to a modern creative innovation hub.
Our success in the league tables has been built on a reputation for excellence established over decades. Today, it is our unique approach to Higher Education that sets us apart. By responding to the growth of the creative industries, with a course portfolio that is flexible and aligned to the real world, we have increased our student numbers by more than 30% in two years.
Our number one strategic objective for 2020 is to get our graduates great jobs, and 97% of our alumni are in work or further study 6 months after they leave us.
The School of Writing & Journalism is at the forefront of its field, delivering innovative and creative industry-focussed undergraduate courses in English, Journalism, and Creative Writing, and postgraduate provision in Professional Writing and Writing for Script & Screen. Our Writers in Residence programme brings award-winning authors such as Wyl Menmuir, Emily Barr, Matt Haig, and Lionel Shriver for creative workshops, lectures, and events, enabling our students to collaborate with industry experts.
We are seeking a Senior Lecturer/Course Coordinator, with a proven track record of delivering high-quality teaching in Higher Education, a strong research profile, and excellent organisational skills. You will join a team of three Course Coordinators and the Head of Subject to ensure the management and delivery of an outstanding student experience across undergraduate courses in English & Writing. You will contribute to teaching across Creative Writing (prose fiction or non-fiction may be an advantage), and lead on the development of industry-engaged project modules.
Ideal candidates will possess a PhD and a track record of publications (practice/or academic) commensurate with career stage.
If you do not have the right to work in the UK, this appointment will be subject to the University successfully obtaining a Certificate of Sponsorship under the UK's Points Based System for migrant workers, and to you obtaining Entry Clearance/Leave to Remain. For further information, see the Home Office website at http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/.
We offer excellent facilities and benefits to our staff. These include generous holiday entitlements, pension scheme, childcare vouchers, and training and development courses.
The closing date for this position is Wednesday 1 March 2017.
For more information and to apply for this position please visit www.falmouth.ac.uk/jobs.
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South West England