Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication
School of Music, Humanities & Media
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication (up to 4 posts)
Lecturer: £33,829 - £38,052 p.a.
Senior Lecturer: £39,190 - £49,604 p.a.
Permanent, Full Time
The Department of Media, Journalism and Film at the University of Huddersfield seeks to appoint scholars with exceptional potential and a proven record of international excellence in research and teaching. You will demonstrate a desire to contribute to the Department’s ambitious programme of expansion and its strategic goals of international excellence and leadership in the study of digital media and culture.
We welcome applications from scholars with expertise in one or more of the following areas:
• Internet Studies
• Digital Methods
• Quantitative Methodology
• Participatory and Social Media
• Audience, Fan and Media Use Studies
• Media Work and Industries
• Digital Journalism
• Political Communication
• Advertising, Promotion and Promotional Culture
• Screen Studies
• Media Sport
The Department is committed to internationalisation and encourages applications from candidates able to examine such areas in their local and global contexts.
The Department is also home to the University’s newly formed Centre for Participatory Culture www.hud.ac.uk/cpc. The Centre explores practices, motivations and manifestations of participation and the social, cultural, political, technological and economic premises and consequences of media convergence and participatory engagements. You will benefit from the Centre’s collaborative research culture and are expected to complement and enhance the work of the Centre conceptually, methodologically and empirically.
Our School of Music, Humanities and Media is a highly research intensive school, reflected in a number of recent successes including a very strong performance in REF2014, significant income generation and the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its work in contemporary music. You will further the School’s position as a centre of excellence for research in the humanities and creative industries by demonstrating international excellence and potential for world leading research in their outputs and impact work, and through the generation of research and enterprise income.
The University has been recognised as a gold-rated institution in the Teaching Excellence Framework and is committed to highest standards in the dissemination as much as in the generation of knowledge. Our Department is home to an exciting and newly revised portfolio of undergraduate programmes including Media Studies; Creative Media & Production; Media, Promotional and Advertising; Sports, Broadcast and Music Journalism; and Film Studies – a Masters in Participatory Culture and Social Media, and doctoral programmes in Media and Communication as well as Fan Studies. You will contribute to the delivery, management and development of these programmes and be able to evidence highest standards of teaching and capacity to engage and inspire diverse student cohorts.
For an informal discussion of the role, please contact Professor Cornel Sandvoss (firstname.lastname@example.org), Head of Department of Media, Journalism and Film.
For further details about this post and to make an application please visit http://hud.ac/d81
Closing Date: 7 May 2018
Interview Date: w/c 11 June 2018
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