Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Education in Broadcast Production

Belfast, Northern Ireland
£33,199 - £65,361 per annum
Monday, 1 July 2019
End of advertisement period
Tuesday, 30 July 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

Application closing date: 30/07/2019
Salary: Lect: £33,199 to £50,132 per annum (potential to progress to £53,175 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution) S.Lect: £51,630 to £59,828 per annum (potential to progress to £65,361 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution)
Job category/type: Academic

Job description

With 150 academic and support staff and over 1,200 students, the school of Arts, English and Languages has strong links with a wide range of industries in the form of collaborative projects and student placements. Our events include concerts,drama performances, readings, screenings and talks/conferences and the facilities used by the school are among the best in the UK.

This post offers an exciting opportunity for an ambitious and visionary academic to build on the success of the Broadcast Production provision at Queen's University and take it to the next stage of its development. Closely embedded within Queen's Creative Arts cluster(comprising Film Studies, Creative Writing, Performing Arts, Music,Sonic Arts and Arts Management) and contributing to the Belfast Region City Deal, as well as to the successful collaboration with Ulster University on the AHRC-funded Future Screens NI project,Broadcast Production has been instrumental in securing Queen's current position as a sector leader within research and education in the Creative Industries in Northern Ireland.

The BA in Broadcast Production and MA in Media and Broadcast Production are intensely practical degree programmes, which also incorporate theoretical engagement with the history, theories and analysis of the media. These industry-engaged and research-led programmes provide a well-rounded and flexible learning experience, which prepares graduates for the demands of a rapidly evolving workplace. Our cutting-edge facilities include anew adaptable television/video recording studio; several radio and audio production suites; the Film Studio; Queen's Film Theatre, the Brian Friel Theatre and the world-leading Sonic Lab. Our equipment store boasts a wide range of digital video and audio equipment, including 4K HD cameras, 360o cameras, Virtual Reality headsets. Our facilities and equipment have been designed and acquire din consultation with BBC Northern Ireland and other industry professionals.

The successful candidate will lead the flourishing BA Broadcast Production programme, managing the next phase of its development. They will also lead the continued development of the MA Media and Broadcast Production, in light of its proven international demand. The appointee will work to design, enhance and deliver ambitious programmes that cover a range of current and emerging media, from television and radio to emergent forms of online delivery and VR / AR / MR. The successful candidate will have a strong track record in engaging with the media and broadcast industries, of managing degree programmes with a practice-based focus, and will ideally have experience as a broadcast media practitioner themselves. 

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