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Lecturer in Media (Film and Broadcasting)

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Lecturer in Media (Film and Broadcasting)

Salary within the range £23,916 to £36,168 per annum (2.5% pay award from 1 August 2022)

35 hours per week (up to 23 teaching hours and 12 hours preparation and other duties)

We are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Digital Media to become a lead tutor on our new Film, TV and Broadcast pathway. The successful candidate will teach on a range of courses within the curriculum area specialising in moving image and will also perform other duties associated with the role. Areas of specific expertise will include; critical approaches and contextual studies, the role of business within the digital media industry, practical production techniques and project management of filming, broadcasting, post-production and digital media content. In this post you will need to deliver effective and inspirational teaching and learning sessions across a range of digital media courses.

You should have a Degree (or equivalent professional qualification) in a related subject and a teaching qualification or a commitment to obtaining one within a specified period of time after commencement and a good standard of education including Maths and English to Level 2 or above. Knowledge in broadcasting experience is desirable but experience in competing within the professional industry is essential.

This post is based at Suffolk New College Ipswich campus.  However Suffolk New College is a multi-campus site therefore you may be required to work at and travel between campuses.

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Ipswich, Suffolk
Closing date
05/09/2022 12:00
Interview date

Additional information

This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our on-going commitment to Equality and Diversity, Suffolk New College guarantee to short list all applicants from a black or ethnic minority group who meet the essential criteria and all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria.  All appointments are subject to Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.