|Salary:||£35,333 to £40,931 per annum, pro rata, dependent upon experienc|
|Placed On:||7th December 2022|
|Closes:||18th December 2022|
About The Role
Falmouth University is currently seeking an ambitious Lecturer to join our team and play a key role in the delivery of editing as part of our BA(Hons) Post Production and Visual Effects course on the Penryn Campus.
This Lecturer will take on a key role as a Module Leader in supporting this specialist, studio-based course in the delivery of visual post production. You will be responsible for developing and delivering new modules in this degree, and also potentially supporting modules which are shared across the School of Film & Television. Personal tutor responsibilities will also form part of this role.
You will contribute in the curriculum planning, development and delivery of the visual component (editing, and potentially in colour grading) of post production and visual effects at Falmouth, ensuring a positive student experience. The role will also include the preparation and delivery of lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials, and continue to secure and develop strong links with industry partners.
With a rigorous academic underpinning, the course has been designed to support the development of innovative professional practice, and its critical and contextual underpinning, creating independent and curious students who are adaptable to change and industry ready. As part of the School of Film & Television teaching and learning team, this is a pivotal role to ensure the School’s continued growth and reputation.
BA(Hons) Post Production and Visual Effects at Falmouth University launched in 2021, and consolidates a long history of post-production and visual effects delivered across well-established undergraduate programmes in film, television and animation. The School of Film & Television at Falmouth University is a CILECT member and an AVID learning partner.
The successful candidate will have a Master's degree and experience of teaching in Higher Education on a similar degree, and/or experience in working in an industry related role within post-production, specifically around visual editing, using AVID Media Composer. You will be versatile and be able to contribute significantly to a teaching team which spans several different disciplines. You will have a proven ability to lead people and/or inspire students through innovative pedagogies, whilst bringing specialist insight and professional expertise.
You will have a good understanding of the technical requirements of post-production and visual effects, and an up-to-date awareness of current trends, theories and critical debates informing moving image practice. You will be able to evidence a strong portfolio as a creative practitioner or researcher in the field and have a good network of professionals in the creative industries. Alongside these core qualities, you will be an outstanding educator, practitioner and communicator who can work independently and also part of a team.
We are looking to hear from candidates who have the following skills/experience:
This is a permanent, part-time, 21 hours per week position.
The closing date for this position is Sunday 18 December 2022.
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