[artinfo] Job Offer Digital Design Lecturer
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Fri Jun 30 12:32:17 CEST 2006
School of Art & Design
Salford is a major figure in art and design education nationally with over
1250 students studying from foundation level to PhD. Our reputation is built
on the real world relevance of our art and design provision, research
activities and engagement with industry.
£24,352 - £36,959 per annum
Joining a dynamic and motivated team, applicants will possess excellent
design, communication and organisational skills. Strength and depth in a
range of digital technologies is essential. You will co-ordinate and deliver
a number of modules upon
the Computer and Video Games programme. As an effective team worker, you
will undertake associated administrative and organisational duties including
co-ordinating part-time staff, timetabling and undertaking recruitment
activities. You will have the opportunity to contribute to ongoing
developments in the digital area.
The successful applicant will have a clearly defined personal design
philosophy and should demonstrate enterprise and/or research interests in
digital design or an associated discipline. Appropriate professional
experience and/or full-time HE teaching experience is essential. Computer
and Video Games is delivered jointly by the Schools of Art & Design and
Music, Media and Performance.
For more information please contact Nigel Howe, Head of School of Art &
Design on 0161 295 6158 or visit www.artdes.salford.ac.uk and
For further details and an application form visit the Personnel Division
web-site and apply online at www.personnel.salford.ac.uk
Alternatively please call 0161 295 2122 (24hrs) or e-mail
personnel at salford.ac.uk CVs will not be accepted without a completed
Forms to be returned by: Friday 7 July 2006.
Please quote the relevant reference number.
The University of Salford is 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 welcome applications from people from minority
ethnic backgrounds and people with disabilities.
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