|Salary:||£37,467 to £40,927 per annum|
|Placed On:||21st June 2022|
|Closes:||12th July 2022|
To promote a flexible workforce, the University will consider applications from individuals seeking full time, part time, job share, or term time only working arrangements.
An opportunity has arisen in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies for an experienced Lecturer in Cinematography. You will be a skilled practitioner with experience of working professionally within the film industry. You should be passionate about filmmaking and committed to supporting the next generation of filmmakers.
The new role will support the expanding provision in the area of Filmmaking, at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, and will also actively engage with both the Film and Television Studies and Media and Communication Studies schemes. The role holder will contribute to the delivery and development of practice-based work in the department within the context of student and staff engagement and satisfaction, and will take account of the framework of departmental provision as a whole, engaging with AU strategic priorities in terms of recruitment, retention and the student experience. The role holder will make a significant contribution to the delivery of excellence in teaching and learning in the relevant subject area both within the context of national and institutional guidelines.
Departmental provision in this area needs regular review in order to keep abreast of changes and challenges in the industry, and to be responsive to student needs and expectations. Ideal applicants will be able to contribute across various areas of filmmaking provision, specifically Cinematography and Production Design.
Within the recognised workload allocation system, you will be required to plan, design, teach and assess practice-based modules, at undergraduate and, where appropriate, postgraduate level, making key contributions to practice aspects of the curriculum.
Applicants should be knowledgeable of academic research in terms of REF guidelines and be able to clearly demonstrate the potential to contribute to the department’s research culture across a varied spectrum of activity that includes practice-as-research and research practice.
The ability to teach bilingually across both English and Welsh medium provision would be advantageous.
To make an informal enquiry, please contact Simon Banham at email@example.com.
Under the UK Government’s points-based system scheme, this role meets the criteria to be sponsored by Aberystwyth University (AU) for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application. Please see below for more information on the sponsorship process.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities and in particular, those that are currently under-represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates and candidates with disabilities. We specifically encourage female candidates to apply for this post as they are currently under-represented at this level in our organisation.
We are a Bilingual Institution which complies with the Welsh Language Standards and is committed to Equal Opportunities. You are welcome to apply for any vacancy in Welsh or English and any application submitted will be treated equally.
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