Teaching Fellow in Global Media Management
Art & Media Technology
Location: Winchester School of Art
Salary: £34,314 to £41,931 per annum
Full Time Fixed Term (until 31/08/2025)
Closing Date: Monday 19 June 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Join our innovative Department of Art & Media Technology and be part of a new configuration of arts-related disciplines with an integrated, and outward-looking approach to the investigative and the speculative.
About the role
This is a fixed term Teaching Fellow post to directly support the MA Global Media Management programme after a very successful recruitment of incoming students for 2023/24. You will contribute to the postgraduate teaching within Global Media Management.
You will teach as part of a team with shared responsibilities for all Global Media Management students and lead on the application and theory of media practices in a global setting, and their integration into the more traditional approaches for which Winchester School of Art has such a strong and long-held reputation. Your teaching will be both seminar, practice-led and lecture-based and must encompass relevant critical theory.
You will demonstrate a commitment to education and an ability to bring your own current, significant, and ongoing work to bear on the enhancement of our students.
Strong applicants will demonstrate:
- A doctorate or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in Media Practices.
- A track record of high student satisfaction and attainment.
- Evidence of excellent education delivery at postgraduate level.
What we can offer you
Working at the University of Southampton gives you access to a wide range of benefits in addition to our competitive rates of pay.
As a university we aim to create an environment where everyone can thrive; we are proactive in fostering a culture of inclusion, respect and equality of opportunity. We believe that we can only truly meet our objectives if we are reflective of society, so we are passionate about creating a working environment in which you are free to bring your whole self to work. We welcome candidates from any and all backgrounds, who are committed to helping us create an inclusive work environment. We encourage applications from candidates from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, from the Global South, from people who identify as LGBTQ+, from people with disabilities, and from first generation higher education attendees.
Committed to supporting our teaching and research community we are open to flexible working. Although this is a residential programme with in-person teaching expected, there may be occasions that require a hybrid approach. Proud to be a founding signatory of the Athena Swan gender equality charter, we hold an institutional Silver award.