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Teaching Fellow, Art & Media Technology

Southampton, United Kingdom
£34,980 to £40,521 Pro rata per annum
Closing date
30 Apr 2024

Art & Media Technology

Location:  Winchester School of Art
Salary:   £34,980 to £40,521 Pro rata per annum
Part Time Fixed Term (21 hours per week for 1 year) Maternity Cover
Closing Date:  Tuesday 30 April 2024
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  2695024FH

Applications are invited for a Teaching Fellow (level 4) in Games Design & Art, to provide maternity cover for a fixed term of one year, in the Department of Art and Media Technology at the Winchester School of Art, with a specific focus on delivering year 1 Games Design and Art education across 3 modules in the year.

You should have prior experience with Level 4 undergraduate teaching specifically related to practice-based courses and experience on this within games design. The modules run Sept 2024 - May 2025 however we would like the person to start asap. 

The School, which recently celebrated its sesquicentennial, is part of the University of Southampton, with access to world-class facilities including the Winchester Gallery, the John Hansard Gallery, and complementary academic programmes including Fine Art and Creative Computing.

As a successful candidate, you will have the following qualifications: 

  • A good experience with teaching games education to undergraduate students
  • Experience working across modules that provide both theory and practical outcomes
  • Evidence of leadership in teaching and learning   
  • Hands-on experience as a game maker

Please refer to the job description and person specification for details. 

What we can offer you 

  • A collegial work environment with superlative School and University resources 
  • A diverse and enriching student and staff team

Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and recognised with Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charter awards, the University of Southampton strongly encourages applications from candidates from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities, people who identify as LGBTQ+, people with disabilities and those from poorer/less educationally advantaged backgrounds. 

Further information: Please contact Programme Leader Games Design & Art, Adam Procter (

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