Associate Professor in Film and TV

Greenwich, United Kingdom
£54,421 to £63,059 plus £3953 London weighting
23 Mar 2023
End of advertisement period
19 Apr 2023
Contract Type
Full Time

School of Stage & Screen

Location: Greenwich Campus
Salary: £54,421 to £63,059 plus £3953 London weighting
Contract Type: Permanent
Release Date: Wednesday 22 March 2023
Closing Date: Wednesday 19 April 2023
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference: 3406-E-E

The University of Greenwich seeks to appoint an Associate Professor in the Film and TV portfolio of the School of Stage and Screen. The recent establishment of the School has brought together the disciplines of Drama, Theatre and Performance, Music and Sound Production, Film Studies and Film and TV Production, across Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes, to respond to the increasing demand for creative thinkers, cross-disciplinary collaboration, global stories and new skills for creating and performing with emerging technologies. We are looking for someone to join this diverse and multi-disciplinary team to help us build our research profile and to modernise our curriculum to prepare our students for the future in the ever-growing and rapidly changing creative industries.

The ideal candidate will be able to work well across, lead and mentor multidisciplinary teams in the development of innovative research, knowledge exchange and/or existing or novel taught programmes, and will seek out interdisciplinary opportunities to promote, cultivate and engage with both internal and external networks and industry partnerships. 

With an energy and passion for the student experience and a strong commitment to teaching integrating research, enterprise and innovation at undergraduate and postgraduate level, we are looking for applicants with experience, understanding and knowledge of emerging film and television technologies and related workflows and methodologies, such as those related to virtual production, extended reality and immersive technologies. 

The successful candidate will have an MA or MFA and a PhD in Film or TV discipline related areas, Postgraduate teaching qualification or HEA Fellowship or significant teaching experience

The University of Greenwich is home to a truly global community of staff and students, we have ambitions to develop our already successful School of Stage and Screen into a world leading centre for innovation in teaching, research, knowledge exchange and student enterprise supported by two new research centres for the Creative Industries and our brand new Shared Hub for Immersive and Future Technologies (SHIFT). 

Should you have any queries, please get in touch with the Head of School, Professor Misha Myers at 

Should you have any queries please contact the HR Recruitment Team on   

We are looking for people who can help us deliver our mission of transforming lives through inspired teaching and research, through our values.  

Academic Career Pathways 

The university welcomes people from diverse and underrepresented communities who can help the university to achieve its mission. 

We do this through taking positive action such as encouraging applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled and LGBT+ people. As part of our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Time to Change Employer Pledge/Mentally Healthy Universities, we are committed to promoting and supporting the physical and mental health of all our staff, and removing barriers to improve inclusion. 

We encourage applicants to disclose experience of mental health problems so we can support them fully during our recruitment process and make any necessary reasonable adjustments. Any information disclosed will be kept confidential and separate from the job application form. 

We are making significant strides to understand and continuously improve our employees’ experience and we are committed to implementing progressive diversity talent management.

Further details of the fantastic benefits and what we offer can be found here: Our benefits - what we offer | Jobs and careers | University of Greenwich