Job Details

Employer
University of Portsmouth
Job title
Education
Location
South East 
Postcode of work
PO1 
Closing date
4 Jul 2022 
Experience required
N/A 
Working days
undisclosed 
Additional days
 
Date posted
27 Jun 2022
Uni or Portsmouth

Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

School of Film, Media and Communication

 

Teaching Fellow in Film Production x 2

Employment type: Permanent

Employment basis: Full-time or Part-time (x 2 FTE Teaching Fellows)  *Open to applicants interested in a Part-time post*

Salary:  £36,382 – £39,739 per annum  

Post number: ZZ007682

Date published:  24 June 2022           

Closing date:  04 July 2022

 

Interview date:  Week Commencing 18 July 2022

 

The University of Portsmouth is an ambitious institution with a track record of success. One of only four universities in the south east of England to achieve a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework and ranked in the top 150 in the Times Higher Young University World Rankings.

 

The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth invites applications for two full-time (or their equivalent) Teaching Fellow posts.  Applications from those interested in a fractional post are however welcome to apply. You should indicate in the ‘reasons for applying section’ of the application form if you would be interested in a fractional post together with details of your availability and the areas to which you believe you can contribute.

 

We are seeking candidates able to contribute to both our practical and theoretical courses across foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  In particular we are looking for candidates able to contribute to one or more of the following areas:

 

·       Level 3 practical and theoretical film and television studies and skills.  For this area we are particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates with FE experience

·       Directing for fiction film and/or television drama

·       Art Direction/Production Design for film and/or television.

·       Location sound recording practices

·       Experience in radio or television production

·       Post-production skills such as ProTools, Adobe Audition, Avid, Premiere Pro, DaVinci and Adobe After Effects.

·       Film and TV marketing, curation/programming and distribution.

 

The successful candidate will be joining a highly successful team delivering the Screen Skills accredited BA Film Production and BA Television Production courses and will be delivering practical and theoretical modules.  This will include (but not be limited to) lectures, seminars, workshops and studio work together with personal tutoring and dissertation supervision

 

Academic and professional experience is essential together with a relevant postgraduate degree or professional qualifications. The ability to work as part of a team and flexible working patterns are also essential.

 

Learn more and apply here