Opportunity Overview

We are looking for an inspiring and enthusiastic new Lecturer for our successful Film Production programme.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an early career academic to contribute expertise to a dynamic undergraduate course within one of our most popular programmes. 

You will have a good professional profile within the area of Film Production as well as teaching experience in Higher Education. The successful candidate will design, deliver, and lead a range of modules, actively taking part in student recruitment activities and other administrative tasks appropriate to the role. You will also work with students across all levels and offer academic and pastoral support.

Key Responsibilities

  • Design teaching material and deliver across Film Production modules.
  • Take a lead in own area of expertise, act as mentor for junior colleagues when appropriate.
  • Act as a personal tutor to a group of students, providing academic and pastoral support.
  • Design, mark and assess students’ work and provide positive and constructive feedback to students;
  • Plan, co-ordinate and implement practice/research programmes and/or engagement projects; organisation of external activities such as student projects, field trips and industrial placements; manage or monitor research or engagement budgets and ensure effective use of resource; organise administrative duties;

For a full list of responsibilities, please see the job description.

A bit about the School of Arts, Media and Creative Technologies…

The School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology is a leading centre for practice-based education in the creative disciplines. Through significant investment in our staff and facilities, we are strengthening our position as a centre of excellence for socially engaged teaching practice and research whose graduates are sought after as content creators and for the innovative application of creative technology, both in the creative industries and across wider sectors of the economy. We have a clear vision to become a top quartile provider of practice-based education in the creative industries, continuing to advance our standing as a destination of choice for students in the UK and internationally.

Our £55 million New Adelphi flagship building offers top-quality specialist equipment and facilities to suit all creative requirements. We are also the only UK university to have a campus at MediaCityUK, an international media hub next to prestigious media organisations such as the BBC, ITV, and Dock10, with industry-standard facilities that offer a professional environment for our staff and students.

What’s in it for you?

Competitive salary - and excellent pension scheme.

Generous annual leave - plus the option to buy additional days.

Our community – there’s a real sense of belonging here at Salford. We value diversity — in backgrounds and in experiences. Our difference makes us stronger, and together we share a passion for improving students’ lives.

The perks! MySalford, our online employee portal, offers a wide range of lifestyle benefits and discounts.

Wellbeing – your wellbeing is our priority. We have a wide range of dedicated services and facilities to support your mental and physical health.

Location and campuses - Our location sets us apart. We are just 2km from Manchester city centre. Our Peel Park campus is unique and offers lots of green spaces. Our MediaCity campus is at the heart of one of the country's leading digital and media hubs.

Become unstoppable – apply today!

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