Lecturer (Sound and Music Industry Scholar)

Lecturer (Sound and Music Industry Scholar)

Thursday, 29 August 2019, 5.00pm

Lincoln School of Film and Media seeks a suitably qualified lecturer keen to join a lively and dynamic, professional and creative culture. You will have extensive experience in a leading role in a creative industries environment (specifically the sound and music industries). You will also have demonstrable professional expertise in at least three of the following areas:

Creative industry studies and research; film/TV/game sound theory and industry practice; detailed knowledge of the music/audio industries in the digital landscape; developing students’ entrepreneurial skills; sound branding; etc.

You will be ambitious to maintain professional involvement with the music and audio industries and other external partners alongside your teaching on new and established programmes. Your job will be to help ensure LSFM continues to be internationally and nationally recognised for excellent creative production. Your role will also include supporting students in developing their own practice on a range of projects. This may include working with different individuals and community organisations, involving the University’s own radio stations/media platforms and professional networks.

Your appointment will align with our strong reputation for innovative teaching and learning, productive relationships with the creative and cultural industries, and strong research and/or professional practice outputs. As well as teaching on undergraduate media programmes, you will be ready to work with colleagues on curriculum development and the advancement of relevant discipline areas.

In accordance with our student-centred approach you will undertake personal tutoring and support. You will already have a teaching qualification/accreditation (HE PGCE or HEA fellowship) or commit to achieving one during the probation period.

Specifically, the teaching element of the role is for you to devise and lead workshops, seminars and lectures in creative industry studies and research, developing sound branding content for different audiences and platforms and supporting students in developing their entrepreneurial skills and projects.

As a School working towards Athena SWAN Bronze Award status, we are committed to advancing gender equality, therefore women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Our recruitment processes and systems will be accessible to all candidates regardless of age, disability, nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender/identity, sexuality. Geographical location will not be a barrier to inclusion in a full and fair recruitment process.

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