Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Fashion History and Cultural Theory

University of Northampton

Fixed Term for up to 1 year - 0.5 FTE

This role supports all programmes within the portfolio of the Fashion and Textiles Subject Area, incorporating BA (Hons) Fashion, Textiles for Fashion, Leather for Fashion, Footwear and Accessories and Fashion Promotion and Communication. A flexible approach and the ability to work across diverse teams is essential to this role.. Experience of managing undergraduate modules, excellent administrative and communication skills, and an experienced educator is required for the role. A strong research profile would be an advantage. The vacancy has arisen at an exciting time for the University, as we move to our new Waterside Campus in Summer 2018. For an informal discussion regarding the post please contact Dr Julie King on 01604 893172.

Interview Date: Monday 28 May 2018

The University of Northampton’s focus on a personalised learning experience for our students was recently cited by HEFCE as a reason for our Gold award in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017. To augment this approach further we have adopted an ‘Active Blended Learning’ (ABL) approach which places greater emphasis on student-centred activities that support the development of subject knowledge, understanding, independent learning and digital fluency. Successful candidates for academic posts at the University of Northampton will be expected to adopt ABL as standard in their teaching practice.

This is an exciting time to join our University as we prepare to relocate in September 2018 to a new purpose-built, town-centre campus designed to adapt to 21st century teaching and the ABL model.  We are looking to recruit individuals who share our passion for innovation, creativity and social impact and who will play a key role as we realise our ambition of transforming lives for the better and inspiring positive change.

The University of Northampton is one of only two Ashoka U Changemaker Campuses in the UK, and in 2017 was awarded the Social Enterprise Gold Mark, an independent guarantee that we have proven to our employees, students and stakeholders that we are committed to continuous improvement across our business in order to consistently deliver a positive impact on people and planet.

All candidates will be asked to provide proof of 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.

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