|Salary:||£34,304 to £39,739|
|Placed On:||5th August 2022|
|Closes:||16th August 2022|
Salary: £34,304 - £39,739
Terms of contract: Indefinite
Contract type: Full Time
Interview date: 24 August 2022
Closing date: 16 August 2022.
Ref no: 12220
Solent University has an ambitious research and knowledge exchange enabling strategy intended to ensure that the success of our students is shaped and inspired by our research and knowledge exchange. Building on our strengthening REF submissions, we are developing our research distinctiveness. In the next 5 years we intend to further grow our research culture by focusing on our core strengths and expertise within our research themes of environment, social issues and policy, sport and exercise science, and media and culture, and our knowledge exchange priorities of maritime, sustainable business, social justice, health and wellbeing, student entrepreneurship, and engineering.
We would like to recruit a candidate who shares these research and knowledge exchange ambitions and can contribute to the research culture at Solent, joining our active research community. In your role, you will be supported to be involved in research, knowledge exchange and scholarly activity.
Solent University ensures that student success is shaped and inspired by our research-informed approach to the curriculum and excellent teaching practices. We would like to recruit a candidate who shares our ambition to grow our research culture and knowledge exchange partnerships while delivering an exciting future-ready education. You will be joining an active community that will support your teaching practice, research and scholarly activity. As an academic you will have access to a mentor scheme, industry standard teaching facilities and an annual allowance of 25 days of leave for research and scholarly activity.
The School of Film and Television at Solent University Southampton is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in film production who specialises in cinematography.
The successful candidate will be responsible for working across a range of modules, and have experience of teaching cinematography and other film-related subjects. You will have knowledge of current film practices and technologies relating to cinematography. You will contribute to our undergraduate and postgraduate courses participating in module design, assessment practices and related administrative duties. You will be able to work independently and collegially to support the learning and teaching experience of our students. As a member of the Film and TV School you will also support plans to deliver impactful research and knowledge exchange through your creative practice work and outputs.
We are ideally looking for a candidate with a doctoral degree (or near completion) or equivalent industry experience.
The successful candidate will be expected to take up the position from Sept 1st 2022.
Solent University offers an excellent benefits package. More Information.
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