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Lecturer in HE Photography - BA (Hons) Photography

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Part time - term time
Advert Start Date:
21/09/2021
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 21/10/2021 23:59
Salary:
£5,646
Job Category:
Education
Vacancy ID:
213464
Employment Location:
Hartlepool
Post Number:
LECPHO

Job details 

Closing date:
21 Oct


Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

Lecturer in HE Photography - BA (Hons) Photography
Hartlepool
Fixed Term until July 2022
7 hours per week (1 day, 0.2 FTE)
Actual Annual Salary: £5,646
(based on increments, can only progress if teacher qualified, starting salary is £28,230)

The Northern School of Art is an independent School delivering vocational, innovative industry relevant programmes of study, and achieved a Gold award in regards to teaching excellence framework. Based in the vibrant North East within a stimulating and genuine Art School context. We are seeking a dynamic lecturer with a strong knowledge of Photography in the particular areas of digital workflow and studio lighting. You will also have experience of working in the darkroom and a practical understanding of film photography.

We are committed to providing students with current industry skills and would like to recruit interested professionals directly from industry, experience of teaching is not essential, but desirable.

The BA (Hons) Photography programme has excellent facilities including a range of high end digital and film cameras; professional standard studio space with ceiling rail track system and infinitive coving; specialist digital suits; dedicated darkrooms, (both black and white and colour); film process and scanning rooms. This enables a flexible and dynamic curriculum where students can excel in photography.

What will you get if you join us?

• The opportunity to work in an award winning institution with creative people in a creative environment, where the exchange of ideas is integrated into the work ethic;
• The knowledge that you have a positive impact on the development of students and the choices they make in life;
• Support and guidance in making any difficult decisions to achieve the targets you have been set;
• Work for an organisation who takes mental health seriously and offers a wellbeing group to help create good mental health to all employees;
• Access to personal skills development to help you achieve your targets and your longer term career goals; and
• Access to the Teachers’ Pension scheme (with significant employer contributions).

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: 1st October 2021

Applications must be on our application form available on:

https://northernart.ac.uk/careers

Any questions please email HR@northernart.ac.uk

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