|Salary:||£35,845 to £41,526 per annum|
|Placed On:||7th April 2021|
|Closes:||30th April 2021|
Permanent, part time (0.8 FTE)
£35,845 to £41,526 per annum
The Film Team within the School of Engineering, Arts, Science and Technology (EAST) seeks to appoint a part-time Lecturer in Film, whose background should be primarily in fiction filmmaking, cinematography and/or screenwriting. Given the nature and breadth of this 0.8fte post, we will happily consider dividing the role into two separate part-time posts (if there is not a successful candidate with all the necessary experience required). The division of the post will be based on the experience of the successful applicants and will be discussed post-interview.
The role will entail the delivery of learning, teaching and assessment across the BA (Hons) Digital Film Production and BA (Hons) Screenwriting degrees, as well as engagement in scholarly activity and research/professional practice. In addition, you will take an active role in the wider work and administration of the School.
The School of EAST prides itself on offering excellent learning and teaching in an environment which supports world-class, application-focused research in the subject areas relevant to our curricula.
In terms of our film facilities, we have a large film studio, dedicated edit suite, colour grading suite and audio studio. We only use industry standard software and students are taught primarily in AVID Media Composer, Pro Tools and Da Vinci Resolve.
The BA (Hons) Digital Film Production is a very practical degree with production modules comprising approximately two-thirds of the course. Students make at least six films by the end of their first year and ten by the end of their second year.
We offer students a wide variety of professional practice opportunities, including the making of short promotional or training films for local and national organisations. We actively encourage participation in these types of projects so that students may graduate with a strong, industry-ready CV and showreel.
Throughout the degree, we provide regular workshops in a wide-range of equipment including: Canon, Sony and Black Magic cameras, a wide variety of prime and zoom lenses, tungsten and LED lighting, Sound Devices mixers and different types of grip such as track and dolly, jib arms and gimbals. Students also learn to use the ARRI ALEXA Mini LF in the third year.
About the University
The University of Suffolk is one of UK’s newest and most exciting Higher Education Institutions. It was established in 2007, as University Campus Suffolk, and gained University status in 2016. The University of Suffolk provides students and staff with a friendly, can do, innovative and ambitious context. Working with partners, it is focused on making a high impact at local, regional, national and international levels.
For all enquiries please email Alexandra Leaney, Senior Lecturer in Film: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Midday on Friday 30 April.
Interview date: TBC
To see the full job particulars and details of how to apply, please visit our website at www.uos.ac.uk/jobs
We are actively committed to growing and supporting a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities. We particularly welcome applications from black and ethnic minority candidates and from candidates with a disability who are currently under-represented within our workforce.
We consider flexible working requests for all our vacancies.
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