Lecturer in Television and Broadcasting
The School of Creative Technologies at the University of Portsmouth aims to be at the forefront of cutting edge technologies in the Creative & Cultural Industries, covering Computer Games, Animation, Film, Television & Broadcasting, Music & Sound and Web/Mobile Applications in a vibrant, entrepreneurial, very well-resourced, cross-disciplinary environment.
We are aiming to recruit a new member of Academic Staff: Lecturer in Television & Broadcasting
The successful candidate will be joining a highly successful team delivering BSc Television & Broadcasting and BSc Broadcast Journalism and across the range of our course portfolio and will be active in developing new curricular areas related to broadcasting. In particular, they will be teaching current professional industry-level practice and technologies in broadcasting within various environments - Outside Broadcasting, Multi-Camera TV Studio Production, Radio and Broadcast news. The ability to work as part of a team and flexible working patterns are essential. A strong research record and/or equivalent industrial background are also essential. A significant contribution to employability and professional engagement with relevant internal and external organisations, at a regional, national and international level is also essential.
Applications are welcome from those with professional expertise in the areas of Television/Broadcasting – as a Producer, Director, or Head of Department as well as Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast News and/or Factual/Current Affairs.
The School promotes equal opportunities and we welcome applications regardless of age, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion/belief and sexual orientation.
For further information and discussion please contact Dr Steve Hand, Head of School – Creative Technologies by email email@example.com.
For detailed information about the vacancy, please select this link: ZZ602358 - Lecturer in Television and Broadcasting.docx
To find out more about the University of Portsmouth and to apply, visit www.port.ac.uk/vacancies.
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