Lecturer in Digital Media (Band 2)
Annual Salary Up To £36,268 per annum
Generous holiday entitlement
Defined benefit pension with around
15% employer contribution
JOB REF: 18-131
Colchester Institute is looking for a Lecturer in Digital Media to undertake specified programme leadership for a Digital Media programme. The successful candidate will teach effectively on a range of courses within the curriculum area and perform other duties associated with the role of a Band 2 Lecturer. In this post you will deliver effective and inspirational teaching and learning sessions across a range of digital media courses at FE and HE levels. Areas of specific expertise to include practical production techniques and project management of filming, broadcasting, post-production and digital media content, critical approaches and contextual and the business aspects of the digital media industry.
The ideal candidate will have strong and secure knowledge of the practical creation of media content as well the ability to teach practical film and television and broadcasting production, camera/editing/lighting/sound/post-production skills. You will be able to deliver effective and consistent high quality teaching experience within Further and/or Higher Education, and will be able to teach across a range of courses.
You will have an undergraduate degree in an appropriate subject or equivalent and a good standard of general education, to include GCSE 9-4 or equivalent in English and Maths. As part of the role you will require Qualified teacher status, for example Cert Ed or PGCE PCE or be willing to achieve in post.
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