The successful candidate will be teaching and assessing on creative and contextual study modules as well as giving pastoral guidance and support to students. The role requires someone with knowledge and understanding of the fast-changing landscape of the global contemporary fashion design industry and with excellent fashion design, technical and digital skills across a range of 2D and 3D areas
Degree in relevant discipline. Postgraduate degree in relevant discipline or equivalent industry experience. Hold a Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice or equivalent higher education teaching qualification (or commitment to enrol on the University programme during the probationary year and complete within three years)
Lecturer in Fashion Design, - Ref:1781754 Click here to go back to search results Apply Now Return to unfinished application Organisational Unit School of Arts & Media Number of posts 1 Grade 8 Salary ?40,792 - ?48,677 Contract type Permanent Hours Full time Closing date 3 Feb 2019 Location Main Salford Campus Vacancy Details The School of Arts and Media is one of the leading centres for practice-based education in the creative disciplines in the North West. We offer research-informed specialist programmes which benefit from close relationships with the cultural industries. Our strengths include interdisciplinary and international projects, many of which are focussed at MediaCityUK, a world class facility on a campus dedicated to broadcasting in all its forms and in close proximity to The Lowry and Imperial War Museum North. The School?s teaching activities are organised into six Directorates, which currently total around 4,200 students. We are expanding numbers and have developed our city campus with a total investment of ?136m over the past two years to meet the needs of a wide range of courses. This includes the New Adelphi Building, a specialist arts building with professional theatre, dance and music facilities, workshops and extensive studios which opened in August 2016. From 2017/18 the Directorates in the School of Arts and Media are: Art and Design Film and Digital Media Journalism, Politics and Contemporary History Media and Broadcast Music and Dance Performance, English and Creative Writing The School?s portfolio brings together arts and humanities based disciplines with a comprehensive range of subjects including Animation; Creative Writing; Computer and Video Games; English and Film; English Language; English Literature; Fashion; Fine Art; Film Studies, Graphic Design; Interior Design; Film and TV Set Design, Journalism; Media Technology; Music; Performance; Photography; Politics, Contemporary History and Security Studies and TV and Radio. The School is led by a Senior Management Team of The Dean, Associate Deans and the School?s Operations Manager and all are supported by a Professional Services structure, with both administrative and technical staff. The School is at the forefront of University-wide curriculum innovation through industry partnerships. The Digital and Creative ?Industry Collaboration Zone? supports partnerships and projects with the creative industries across the region and nationally, which inform the curriculum, enrich the student experience and enhance employment opportunities. Furthermore, major investment in Internationalisation has enabled us to establish a number of key partnerships in East and South East Asia and North America, these include franchised delivery, progression opportunities and CPD contracts with major organisations, providing significant opportunities for colleagues across the School. This is an exciting time to join the School as we continue to develop and align our teaching, research and engagement activities to the changing environment both nationally and internationally. BA (Hons) Fashion Design at University of Salford is a successful and growing programme, ranked fourth in the 2019 Guardian League Table. The programme has strong connections with industry and students regularly work on industry led projects. In addition, the programme is successful in winning high-profile competitions: last academic year all three finalists in the Topshop competition were from our Fashion Design programme and one of our Fashion Design students has won the Levi jeans award for the past two years. Individual creativity is encouraged and nurtured throughout the course leading to confident and professional designers who understand the process, from concept to final product. The programme aims to create flexible, resourceful fashion designers with well-developed transferable and interpersonal skills. It is important that the programme provides a broad-based experience, concentrating on fashion, and develops not just high levels of analytical skills, critical judgement and the ability to learn independently, but also helps students acquire technical skills and the understanding necessary for the effective realisation of creative fashion concepts. It is imperative that fashion students become multi-skilled and professional people, able to adapt themselves to the specific needs of society and to the fulfilment of their own creativity. The successful candidate will be teaching and assessing on creative and contextual study modules as well as giving pastoral guidance and support to students. The role requires someone with knowledge and understanding of the fast-changing landscape of the global contemporary fashion design industry and with excellent fashion design, technical and digital skills across a range of 2D and 3D areas. Please note the vacancy will close at 23:59 on the date provided. All appointments will be made on merit, and as an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. In recognition of our commitment to create a diverse team that draws from our widest talent pool we would particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under-represented at this level, which in this case is our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) applicants. Job risks/exposure None Please click here for job description Salford Behaviours Apply Now Return to unfinished application The job description is a guide to the work you will initially be required to undertake and may be changed from time to time to meet changing circumstances and requirements of the University of Salford. It does not form part of your Contract of Employment. At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach to promoting equality and diversity. We aim to have a more diverse workforce at all levels of the institution and particularly welcome applications from people from minority ethnic backgrounds and people with disabilities, who are under-represented in our workforce. If you have a disability and wish to apply through the guaranteed interview scheme, you must provide evidence in your supporting statement that demonstrates you meet all the essential criteria for the job as stated in the person specification as well as meeting any of the qualifications, skills or experience also defined as essential.
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