Job as Lecturer in Web Design with UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH

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Location: Greenwich Campus

Salary: £35,333 to £40,931 plus £3,875 London weighting

Part-time hours: 0.3 FTE – One and a half days per week

Type of Contract : Permanent

Release date: Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Closing Date: Tuesday 01 November 2022

Date of interview: be confirmed

Reference: 3516

With a brand new University of Greenwich #Strategy 2021-2030 focused on student success; Inclusivity and Culture; Global Research & Knowledge Exchange Impact, and Connected and Sustainable Campuses, we are excited that the School of Design is growing into the future. Place EDI, entrepreneurship and innovation at the center of our practices and bring together the topics of science, architecture, design and media in response to the ever-increasing demand for creative thinkers in the creative industries growth and the expanding circular economy. #It’s our time

The School of Design is part of the highly successful and dynamic Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty. Frequently praised for its partnership in the design and creative industries sector, the school offers high quality research with external research funding reaching £4 million and a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs leading to various disciplines of the creative industries, including #Architecture, #Animation, #Media, #Graphic design, #Landscape Architecture #Visual communication, #Urbanism, #InclusiveDesign #DesignDiplomacy and more.

We are looking for a Web Design Lecturer to join the MA in Web Design and Content Planning program in the academic portfolio of Anthropology of Design programs at the School of Design in the Faculty of Liberal Arts. This is a unique opportunity to join a London-based design school with a vision to impact the world by focusing on the Sustainable Development Goals and addressing issues of diversity and inclusion of the design.

We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate with extensive professional experience who is ready to share their knowledge with students who are at the start of their professional journey. Our students aspire to be front-end designers/developers and UX designers. Initially, the position offers the opportunity to join the teaching team of our MA Web Design and Content Planning program, but it also offers opportunities for cross-disciplinary teaching within the School of Design.

Most of the duties of the vacancy will involve teaching in a variety of settings, including online and face-to-face studio, assessment and pastoral and academic support to students, including supervision of undergraduate dissertations and Third cycle. The post holder will assume the responsibility of Module Lead, taking on the associated administration and quality assurance related to the delivery of the specified modules. The successful candidate will commit to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF); Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) professional practice in the field and contributes to the research profile of the school.

The successful candidate will hold an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline.

If you have any questions, please contact Design Anthropology Academic Portfolio Manager Kam Rehal KSRehal@greenwich.ac.uk or Human Resources on hrsr-fach@greenwich.ac.uk

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