Lecturer in Make-Up, Special Effects and Hair Design

Birmingham, West Midlands (GB)
£32,548 - £36,613
12 Mar 2018
End of advertisement period
26 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Lecturer in Make-Up, Special Effects and Hair Design

Ref   A36 
Salary       £32,548 - £36,613 with an opportunity to progress to £39,992
Contract Type    Full-time, permanent (part-time considered)
Closing Date      26-03-2018  Midday  
Support/Academic/Management     Academic 

UCB are seeking to appoint a talented lecturer with strong industry experience and a considered commitment to teaching and learning, to support the delivery of our specialist higher education hair and media make-up programme within the School of Sport and Creative Services.
The successful candidate will have the ability to offer teaching in a range of subjects, which may include: fashion make-up; hair cutting and styling; period hair and make-up; wig making; wig setting, dressing and styling; special effects make-up for Film and TV; prosthetics; model making; pathology; anatomy and physiology; historical and cultural developments in hair and make-up; freelance industry sector. 

In addition to the above, you will be a confident communicator with the ability to inspire and motivate a range of students. Successful candidates are expected to work towards a recognised teaching qualification (if not already held).  

This vacancy is full-time involving some evening and occasional weekend work. However, we would also be willing to consider fractional (part-time) appointments for the right candidate(s). Please indicate clearly within your application if you wish to be considered for part-time work only. 

As an organisation, UCB is committed to continuous professional development and as such, is supportive of individuals wishing to retain a link to industry through freelance work, subject to the approval of the Vice-Chancellor & Principal.

Closing date: Monday 26 March 2018 at noon

First stage interview date: TBC 

Final stage interview date: TBC 

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