Senior Lecturer (Industry Fellow) BA (Hons) Visual Effects for Film and Television

Key details

Reports to: Course Leader

School: Media and Performance

Salary: £37,345 - £43,267 per annum

Hours: Full-time, 37 hours per week

Location: Wallisdown, Poole BH12 5HH

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Closing date

11 March 2019

Interview date

02 April 2019

Equal Opportunities

Arts University Bournemouth is committed to a policy of Equality and Inclusivity and welcomes applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community.


Senior Lecturer (Industry Fellows) are experienced in academia, industry or both such that they can help to develop and drive initiatives in teaching, learning, the curriculum and knowledge transfer. They are expected to demonstrate a good research trajectory with a commitment to balance research time with the range of duties required.

Senior Lecturers will work within course / award teams to ensure student retention and achievement, motivating students to realise their abilities and ambitions through teaching that is relevant, current and inspirational. Senior Lecturers are expected to support the University’s aim to develop employable graduates with a wide range of professional skills, enabling them to work in a commercial or artistic environment.

Senior Lecturers may be asked to lead a unit / award / course; and / or to act as a year tutor; and / or to act as the academic focus of a particular activity within / across courses / awards, possibly with colleagues reporting to them. In some cases, Senior Lecturers may be asked to deputise for other academic colleagues who may be away from the University. They are also expected to be active participants in discussions about developments within the AUB. Senior Lecturers will be expected to demonstrate effective, flexible teaching strategies and good management of the assessment process; assisting with the development and implementation of good practice in assessment.

Senior Lecturers may be called upon to represent the University at conferences, seminars and meetings and are expected to contribute to the University community through committee / group membership.

A Senior Lecturer post (HE) typically will have a teaching requirement specified in an annual Academic Work Planning (AWP) review and by agreement with the line manager. Teaching hours encompass all direct contact with students, and their work, in support of their learning. Teaching related duties include, but are not limited to, tutorial support, assessment and assessment feedback. Senior Lecturers are expected to engage in scholarly activity and / or knowledge transfer as agreed with their line manager through the annual AWP process and to be assessed as part of the Staff Performance Review (SPR) process.