NORWICH UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS

Lecturer: Year 0 Media Production (Games)

Location
Norwich, Norfolk (GB)
Salary
£19,528 to £23,300 per annum 
Posted
03 May 2018
End of advertisement period
18 May 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

NORWICH UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS

LECTURER: Year 0 Media Production (Games) 0.6 FTE

£19,528 to £23,300 per annum 

Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is a successful and expanding specialist university, offering high-quality education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our dynamic, contemporary and creative provision in arts, design, architecture and media is delivered from a unique campus in the heart of the City of Norwich. Teaching at NUA has long been recognised as being of the very highest standard, and this was recently confirmed with the University achieving a Gold Award against the metrics of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2017. Graduate employability curriculum relevance and creative practice are key factors in our acknowledged success and national profile. 

The University is known for its distinctive research and innovation and is a leading contributor to the cultural and economic life of the city and country, and a distinctive, high-quality specialist university educating the future workforce for the creative industries.

A number of our undergraduate programmes offer a four year study option, in addition to our three year undergraduate programme. The first year of the four year programme is Year 0. Currently there is a Year 0 pathway for Film and Moving Image Production, Fine Art, Games Art and Design, Graphic Design, Illustration and Photography. Due to the continuing and growing popularity of our Year 0 provision we now wish to appoint an experienced professional to our team. 

The main emphasis of this new role is to enhance curriculum delivery on our Games Art and Design Pathway, with the ability to contribute to other media pathways as required, preparing students for HE study and progression to Year One.  The ability to support students in a range of creative digital contexts, with demonstrable skill in 3D modelling and other creative software. The successful applicant should also be able to deliver practical studio based workshops and engage students through a range of teaching and learning approaches. 

Applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability to support, academically and pastorally, a diverse range of students with studying on a project led curriculum. The role requires an understanding of delivering and developing innovative learning and teaching strategies, together with skills in team-working and organisation and a commitment to enhancing the student experience.

Closing date:  Friday 18th May 2018
Interview date: Wednesday 30th May 2018

Application packs available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs

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