|Salary:||From £41.94 per teaching hour|
|Placed On:||27th March 2023|
|Closes:||5th April 2023|
Norwich University of the Arts is committed to being an inclusive community that offers equality of opportunity and enables our staff and students to flourish and succeed, regardless of their background or personal circumstances. Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion is embedded in everything that we do. We celebrate the diversity of our backgrounds, cultures and actions, promoting art and design as a catalyst of social change. As such, we are champions for the creative arts; empowering all of our students to be valued and productive members of society, with ambitions to change the world.
To assist us in driving our strategic and creative vision forward, the University is now seeking to appoint a Part-time Hourly Lecturer to join our Games team.
The role involves preparing and delivering on-campus and digitally taught sessions including lectures, workshops, and tutorials across all aspects of students’ learning and may involve conducting assessment. Administrative duties such as register taking, preparing handouts and course material, and writing tutorial notes are an essential part of this post.
You will have experience and skills in the following areas: Programming for games (essential), leveraging your specialist area of expertise and not limited to the following – gameplay, UI, tools development, systems, audio, etc. A working knowledge of game development and industry practice (essential), and experience working with Unreal Engine (desirable). You will have the ability to support students in taking creative risks and addressing global challenges and be an advocate for the cultural, social and economic benefit of the arts who shares the values of the University.
You will be able to demonstrate strong organisation, communication and teamworking skills and have professional and/or teaching experience in a related area. Ideally, you will have relevant HE level teaching experience in the UK.
Please note that teaching sessions are usually scheduled in 3-hour blocks from 09.30 onwards. Timetabled sessions for this role may include one or two blocks per day.
This position is for up to 250 hours across the academic year. The usual working day(s) are Monday – Friday.
Closing date: Wednesday 5th April 2023
Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 19th April 2023
Application packs and further details for the above post are available at: https://www.nua.ac.uk/about-nua/work-at-nua/a934/
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