Assistant/Associate Professor of Photography
Assistant Professor salary range: £33,330 - £39,040 pro. rata per annum
Associate Professor salary range: £40,200 - 46,570 pro. rata per annum plus excellent benefits
Richmond, The American International University in London, is seeking to appoint an Assistant or Associate Professor of Photography to teach a range of analogue and digital photography courses from the freshman (first year) to the senior (fourth year) for our newly validated B.A. (Hons.) Film and Photography with Combined Studies which starts in September 2019.
We are seeking a candidate with professional experience in the field of contemporary photographic practice and with proven experience of delivering high quality instruction in photography and related disciplines, including the History of Photography, at the undergraduate level. As we are a dual-validated university, experience of teaching in both UK and US systems of higher education would be a distinct advantage.
Richmond is a unique institution, offering 4-year BA liberal arts degrees to students from over 60 countries from its main campuses in Richmond and Kensington, as well as several postgraduate programmes.
Reporting to the Dean of the School of Communication, Arts and Social Sciences, the Assistant/Associate Professor must have a commitment to international education and a proven ability to work in a cooperative and creative manner with a small team of fellow faculty and technicians.
The 0.5 position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Photography is permanent subject to satisfactory completion of a one-year, probationary period. Richmond is an equal opportunities employer.
An Basic level Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required. Referees will be contacted prior to shortlisted candidates being invited for interview and applicants will be notified of this in advance. For further information about this vacancy and the University, please visit: www.richmond.ac.uk.
Closing date: Friday, 10 May 2019.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday, 29 May 2019/ Thursday, 30 May.
Please submit an application online at http://careers.richmond.ac.uk/ ensuring you upload a current CV and supporting statement which outlines qualifications, teaching experience, publications and research agenda, together with details of three recent work-related references.
Please note that while submitted applications will be acknowledged, we are unable to provide individual feedback to applicants.