The BA (Hons) Film Practice degree is the largest and most successful in The School of Arts and Creative Industries. The course offers students a thorough grounding in film production, while allowing a choice of specialist pathways in Cinematography, Writing/Directing, and Editing and Post Production (EPP).
Our new multi million pound Elephant Studios at LSBU is an interlinked media space, offering high-specification production facilities at the forefront of digital technologies and multimedia practice. With a fully equipped film studio, new Arri cameras and high end editing and grading suites, our students have the best possible environment for developing their film practice.
We are seeking to appoint a well qualified, experienced and highly committed lecturer/senior lecturer to join the course team. The a pp o i nt e e will have an understanding of current debates and theoretical issues relevant to film practice, and experience of integrating research and practice in their film/video work and teaching. They will also be able to evidence the impact of their practice through dissemination across academic or professional forums, along with any markers of excellence such as film festival selection, peer review, public endorsement, awards, commissions, professional contracts etc.
The a pp o i nt e e will have the capacity to steer the course team, developing the curriculum, approaches to teaching and learning, and the management and internal and ex...
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The a pp o i nt e e will have the capacity to steer the course team, developing the curriculum, approaches to teaching and learning, and the management and internal and external profile of the course. They will facilitate the development of professional networks and maintain ongoing partnerships with media producers, as an important step in boosting the employability of our graduates.
They will also have excellent organisational and communication skills, and the ability to both inspire and guide students. You will be an energetic and engaging lecturer with experience of designing and delivering high quality, innovative teaching and learning. You should be able to teach practical filmmaking modules that range in their ambition from introducing first year students to the basics of working in the studio and on location, to working with third year students on self directed final film projects.
In addition to teaching and research, the successful candidate will also take on administrative duties, which will include engaging in the periodic quality processes of the university. Reporting to the Head of Division, the successful applicant will take up a portfolio of teaching within the School's Division of Film and Media.
The post is Permanent, Full Time.
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Please Note: The Job Reference for this post is REQ2562