|Salary:||£33,348 to £37,386 per annum|
|Placed On:||26th May 2023|
|Closes:||18th June 2023|
Contract Type: Fixed Term for 2 years
The University for the Creative Arts is offering a number of early career teaching opportunities for applicants with a PhD in Illustration (acquired within two years of the deadline for applications).
You will join the University at an exciting time of transformation and curriculum review. Teaching fellows will work within the School of Communications and make a significant contribution to teaching and teaching-related administration on our undergraduate degree programmes in order to enhance the undergraduate student experience and make a positive impact on overall student satisfaction.
Successful candidates will demonstrate evidence of their proficiency and aptitude to teach. We are continually looking to expand the global perspectives that inform our understanding of creativity and innovation in the creative industries, and as such seek a diverse range of applicants with vision and enthusiasm for their subject and a genuine commitment to the vital roles of teaching and research.
For additional information or an informal chat please contact, Helen Witt via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At UCA, creativity and innovation are at the heart of what we do. Our legacy of educating eager and passionate artists, makers and thinkers runs back almost 160 years, and today we’re helping shape a global future that supports and nourishes talent worldwide.
Our campuses across Surrey and Kent are vibrant communities, each specialising in different areas of the creative industries. We are also home to a thriving research hub, with academic experts and fellows leading the way in research on sustainability, design, textiles, animation, history and culture, and more.
Are you ready to share your passion for creativity with the next generation of innovators? If so, we want to hear from you.
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive University that is truly representative of all sections of society. We particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the University.
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