[NetBehaviour] Applications Open - Lecturer in Computational Media Arts
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Applications Open - Lecturer in Computational Media Arts
Lecturer in Computational Media Arts @ University of Plymouth.
We are seeking to appoint a lecturer with HE teaching experience and professional practice to support primarily undergraduate study in the BA/BSc Digital Media Design course at the University of Plymouth. The post holder should be able to evidence an evolving teaching profile appropriate to this role as well as experience in relation to the fast moving and developing digital media industry, with an extensive knowledge in computational media arts – 3D modelling/animation, creative coding, audiovisual design, immersive media.
A high level degree in a relevant discipline is essential. We will consider applications that evidence extensive practical or industrial experience in relevant areas, with aspirations to engage in meaningful research, innovation, commercialisation and public engagement.
Working closely with the existing team, you will take part in curriculum development and course management as required. The role also includes delivery of teaching/lectures, module leadership, personal tutoring, assessment and feedback, maintaining quality of delivery as well as organisation of educational field trips/visits, visiting lectures, career spines, student work placements and end of year shows as required. In addition, it is expected to contribute in teaching activities with collaborating institutes abroad (i.e. China).
BA/BSc (Hons) Digital Media Design is an exciting course in the School of Art, Design and Architecture, having collaborative relationships with School research clusters, and in particular i-DAT (Institute of Digital Art and Technology), an open research laboratory for playful experimentation with creative technology. Facilities include a unique 40 seat, 9m Full Dome digital projection environment, a MakerSpace, and the Smarter Planet Lab created in collaboration with IBM, with state of the art digital fabrication suites coming online.
This is a part-time position working 29.6 hours per week, and is fixed-term for two years due to business demands.
Please include a PDF portfolio of practice with your application or a link to your website.
For more information about the programme please visit: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/ba-digital-media-design
For an informal discussion please contact Dr. Stavros Didakis stavros.didakis at plymouth.ac.uk (Associate Professor, Programme Leader in Digital Media Design).
Applications close on 24th February 2019.
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