|Salary:||£47,414 to £55,805|
|Placed On:||20th January 2023|
|Closes:||3rd March 2023|
About the Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology at UCL is a research-led department with an international reputation, offering innovative teaching programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The department is one of only a few broad-based anthropology departments in the UK comprising five sub-sections: Evolutionary and Environmental Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Material Culture, Medical Anthropology and Public Anthropology.
About the role This posts sits within the Public Anthropology section which is home to several projects in the world of documentary and aims to nurture the next generation of filmmakers, audio producers and VR creators through postgraduate degree programmes, an annual film festival, the bi-annual Non-Fiction journal and other events throughout the year This is an open-ended full-time position at 1.0 FTE with a start date of 1st May 2023. This post will initially be based at UCL’s Bloomsbury campus, but will move to UCL East in September 2023.
We seek applicants with a developing portfolio of storytelling through audio experience, practice-based audio research and teaching expertise in this field. In addition to a record of research-based innovation in crafting and designing audio experiences, including creative and immersive approaches, experience of using binaural and other technical equipment and Digital Audio Workflows, the ideal candidate will have experience of teaching such elements in a university or in a professional context. They will have practice-based knowledge of professional audio experiences. Please refer to the job description for more information about the role.
What we offer
As well as the exciting opportunities this role presents, we also offer great benefits. Please visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/work-at-ucl/rewards-and-benefits to find out more.
How to Apply
Please ensure that you include in your statement of support of your application an account of the ways in which your commitment to equity and social inclusion informs your work, addressing your track-record and experiences in this area in your supporting statement. In doing so, you are welcome to include also examples of how your personal or academic experience informs work you may have done engaging with the public, for example through volunteering, mentorship, care work or community-focused activities. Information on UCL’s approach to issues of equality, diversity and inclusion can be found on the UCL Equality, Diversity and Inclusion webpages.
Applications should be made through the UCL online jobs portal.
Please ensure that you address each of the essential criteria in the person specification in your application and supporting statement. When we shortlist, applications are scored according to how they meet each of the essential criteria. This information can be included as a cover letter/document in the ‘other attachments’ section.
Closing date: 3rd March 2023.
Candidates invited to interview will be expected to attend on Monday 13th March 2023.
Our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
As London’s Global University, we know diversity fosters creativity and innovation. We want our community to represent the diversity of the world’s academic talent, from local to global. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where we all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates currently under-represented in UCL’s academic, research and teaching workforce. These include: people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds; disabled people; LGBTQ+ people; and women.
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