Senior Lecturer in Fashion Design (including the role of Academic Course Leader)
|Salary:||Grade 8 £38,460 - £48,676 per annum|
The University of Gloucestershire’s School of Art & Design is looking to appoint an experienced and innovative Fashion Design Senior Lecturer (including the role of Academic Course Leader*) to join our team.
The BA (Hons) Fashion Design course has just graduated its first cohort and is enjoying the advantages of recent development and considerable investment as part of our Design Centre at Park Campus. The course is well resourced with industry standard equipment, dedicated studio facilities and technical demonstrator.
This position will provide high quality creative practice, teaching, learning and assessment in design and technology within Fashion Design.
The Fashion Design course aims to develop our students as dynamic, agile and flexible design thinkers of the future. At the heart of the course are ideas and a solutions focused ability to execute these ideas with clarity and simplicity. The course prides itself in understanding the requirements of the future opportunities for students, whether that is to be employed fashion industry, become creative entrepreneurs or further the study of practice as research. Our aim is to communicate ideas that inspire, inform and captivate consumers as we work with our students to contextualize concepts and present solutions focused creatives that use design thinking strategies in problem solving.
We are seeking a highly motivated and creative individual to join our team to help build our national and international profile, and to help take this course into the next stage of its development.
You will have recent experience of teaching students across all levels in HE. You will be able to bring your experience of working in the creative industries and/or related research areas, to teach students design competencies in practice and theory. We are looking to explore national and international opportunities to push the boundaries of design thinking and grow our practitioner-based research strategies.
You will be expected to teach, organize and assess students across
Undergraduate and Postgraduate cohorts with the opportunity to supervise PhDs.
While this is a full time post, we would also be happy to consider part time applications.
Informal enquiries about the position, can be made to Don Parker, Academic Subject Leader for Design (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Closing Date: Tuesday, 14 May 2019 (midday)
Interview Date: Wednesday 29 May 2019
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