|Salary:||£46,734 to £48,736 per annum|
|Placed On:||25th May 2023|
|Closes:||16th June 2023|
We are looking for a sessional part-time lecturer to join the Science Communication Unit at Imperial College London teaching postgraduate students on our masters programmes.
The Science Communication Unit runs one of the world’s most established science communication masters programmes, and now looks to appoint a sessional part-time lecturer to teach a core academic module ‘Introduction to Film Form’, taken by students on the MSc Science Media Production. The Film Form module provides an overview of the history of cinema with a focus on analysing film texts using a range of ideas from film studies. Most of the students have a background in science, and on graduation move into jobs in film, radio and podcast production.
Duties and responsibilities
You will have responsibility for teaching and developing the Introduction to Film Form module. The module is run during the autumn term and is delivered over ten two-hour sessions.
You will be responsible for setting and marking essay coursework and you will provide detailed written feedback to students on their assessments. You will also run additional support tutorial sessions as agreed by your line manager.
You will be expected to coordinate with the staff of the Science Communication Unit throughout the year, in particular with the MSc Science Media Production course leader and the Science Communication Unit director.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact the Science Media Production Course Director Dr Robert Sternberg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Further general information about the Science Communication Unit can be found by visiting the website https://www.imperial.ac.uk/science-communication-unit/
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