Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Practical Film-making

Liverpool, United Kingdom
£41,526 - £51,034 per annum
21 Feb 2020
End of advertisement period
22 Mar 2020
Contract Type
Full Time

Contract Type Permanent
Hours Full Time
Job Type Academic
Salary £41,526 - £51,034 per annum
Vacancy Type Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date 22/03/2020
Ref No 2924
Documents 2924 LSL JD Practical Filmmaking.pdf
(PDF, 283.19kb)

The Liverpool Screen School seeks a highly motivated individual to work in the Film Studies department, with expertise and experience in fiction filmmaking.

The Liverpool Screen School, part of LJMU's Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies, offers undergraduate programmes in Creative Writing, Drama, Film Studies, Journalism and Media Production, together with postgraduate courses in Film, Documentary, Immersive Arts, Creative Technology, International Journalism, Writing and Screenwriting. 

Film Studies is a well-established programme with a growing research profile and reputation, particularly in Film Festivals, Transnational Cinemas, Documentary filmmaking, Black American culture, Sound and Audiovisual essays.  The team currently comprises eight members of staff, all of whom are research and/or professionally active and play a part in delivering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

The Film Studies Programme at LJMU offers a hybrid model with all students undertaking theoretical/critical modules alongside practical filmmaking. The department is developing its strategic priorities in research, postgraduate provision, internationalisation, public engagement and enterprise activity. Reporting to the Programme Leader, you will contribute to these developments, whilst also undertaking teaching and administrative duties across the Film Studies portfolio (BA (Hons) Film Studies and our MA Film.

Liverpool, the most filmed in city in the UK outside of London, is an excellent base to make and teach media, with media city in Salford nearby. The city boasts a vibrant culture and LJMU is proud of its many connections with local media and arts organisations, including The Everyman and Playhouse, The Unity Theatre, The Royal Court Theatre, The Liverpool Philharmonic, The Liverpool Tate, Lime Pictures, Liverpool Film Office, ITV and the BBC.

LJMU values diversity and provides a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can fulfil their potential.

Informal enquiries may be made to Ruth Doughty, Programme Leader at the Liverpool Screen School, Email:  

Please note all of our vacancies will be closed to applications at midnight on the advertised closing date, unless otherwise stated.