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Company: London Metropolitan University
London Metropolitan University
Transforming lives through excellent education
London Metropolitan University is a striving and ambitious
institution committed to transforming the lives of its students
through excellent education.
We are committed to making education available to people from all
walks of life, creating and advancing social justice, social mobility
and access to opportunity and professions. Our graduates benefit
personally, but also contribute to society,culture, public services
and the economy in all areas of London, the UK and around the world.
The Creative Technologies and Digital Media Subject Area in the
School of Computing and Digital media invites applications for a
Lecturer in Digital Film Production: Enterprise and Professional
The school provides a vibrant, stimulating and supportive study
environment where students can choose from a range of flexible
courses taught by world-leading experts. Our courses are
well-resourced and technologically informed. They are strongly
linked to the world of employment, particularly in the digital media
and creative industries sectors and the provide career-building
opportunities in these areas. Our location in central London and
the public, private and voluntary sector connections of our
lecturers and professors mean that our students have the very best
work placement opportunities. We maintain very strong relationships
with partner organisations and professional bodies which recognise
and accredit many of our courses.
ABOUT THE POST
This post is available from 1 October 2020.
You will make a major contribution to the teaching in the area of media
production on the BAs Film and Television Production / Film and TV
Studies and the Creative Technologies and Digital Media Subject Area
in general. Particular areas of expertise should include drama and/or
documentary production. You will be appropriately qualified and will
ideally have teaching experience at HE level, be familiar with the HE
learning and teaching environment and be fully committed to
enhancing the student experience with special reference to
achievement and progression of BAME students. You should also
have had experience of film writing and/or screenwriting and/or
storyboarding and/or dramatic development. Added skills in
cinematography, editing and/or production design will be a plus.
You will make a contribution to developing a creative teaching and
learning environment and graduate employability. You will have and
continue to develop strong industry links. You will play an active part
in increasing capacity and capability for external income generation
and external partnerships. You will also develop and maintain industry
ties and continue development of current skills and vocational projects.
You will help co-ordinate and produce degree shows, exhibitions and
competitions, contribute to the development of the enterprise and
entrepreneurship and grow networks of visiting lecturers, business
advisors and assessors.
The post involves improving student retention, progression and
achievement and contributing to the school’s creative and research
output and profile. You will be an excellent teacher, colleague,
team-worker, technician, professional, administrator and ambassador
for the course and university.
Interviews due to be held on week commencing 28 September 2020