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York University Jobs for Associate Lecturer in Interactive Media

 

Department Theater, Film and Television
Based at University of York – Heslington Campus
Hours of work Full-time
Contract status Fixed term
Salary £32,236 to £39,609 a year
Posted Date 11/06/2019
Apply by 15/09/2019
Job Reference 7714
Documents
7714 Candidate Brief.pdf
(PDF, 2432.28kb)

York University Jobs Role Description

Department

We invite applications for the position of Associate Lecturer in Interactive Media to contribute to the University of York’s BSc in Interactive Media programme. Launched in September 2014, this interdisciplinary BSc programme achieved an overall satisfaction score of 90% in the 2018 National Student Survey, and ranked first in the Russell Group for “Learning Opportunities” and “Organisation and Management” measures. This position will commence mid-December 2019 and will be available as a full time appointment for a period of 6 months (until mid-June 2020).

The role will be held within the University’s interdisciplinary Department of Theatre, Film and Television (TFTV). TFTV, established in 2006, is a highly innovative department that brings together research, teaching and commercial activities in the fields of interactive media, film, television and theatre.

In September 2010, we moved into a £30m purpose-designed building with superb facilities for both production activities and academic study. In 2015, the department together with Computer Science started leading the Digital Creativity Labs, a newly funded £18m flagship project of the UK Government’s Digital Economy programme.

On 1 May 2019, the department, together with the Digital Creativity Labs, launches XR Stories, an exciting new R&D partnership for the Yorkshire screen industries as part of the Creative Industries Cluster Programme, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and part of the Industrial Strategy.  

York University Jobs About Role of Associate Lecturer

The successful candidate will lead and teach on existing modules covering introductory programming in Processing (Java) and the interactive media development process (e.g. design, user experience, prototyping, evaluation and project management for a variety of applications).

You will develop and apply innovative and appropriate teaching techniques and material to create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students as well as carry out on-going curriculum review, and contribute to the development of teaching and learning strategies. You will also contribute to final year project supervision and marking and undertake a range of administrative responsibilities.

York University Jobs for Associate Lecturer Skills, Experience & Qualification needed

You will have a postgraduate degree, ideally a PhD, but at least a Masters degree in a relevant subject (e.g. Computer Science, HCI or Games Design and Development) and experience teaching at HE level. You must have experience with / knowledge of object-oriented programming, especially in Java, and the software development lifecycle for different kinds of interactive media (e.g. entertainment, mobile, education applications).

You will also have the skills to design, manage and deliver their own teaching, carry out assessment duties, engage with a wide-ranging audience, as well as supervise student work and carry out pastoral supervision. Personal attributes must include demonstrated attention to detail and commitment high-quality work, a collaborative ethos, a positive attitude to colleagues and students, willingness to work proactively and ability to plan and prioritise their own work.

Please direct informal enquiries to the BSc in Interactive Media Programme Leader, Dr Jenna Ng (telephone: 01904 325277; e-mail: jenna.ng@york.ac.uk). 

York University Jobs Closing date: 15 September 2019

For further information and to apply on-line, please click on the ‘Apply’ button above.

 

The University is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community  – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, campus facilities and services to support staff from different backgrounds.

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York University Jobs for Curriculum Area Lecturer

 

Department Education
Based at Heslington Campus
Hours of work Part-time
Contract status Fixed term
Salary £39,609 a year (reduced pro-rata for part time working)
Posted Date 18/07/2019
Apply by 15/08/2019
Job Reference 7842
Documents
Candidate Brief.pdf

York University Jobs for Circular Area Lecturer Role Description

Department

The Department of Education at the University of York is seeking to appoint a number of PGCE Lecturers in the following subject areas:

English

History

Maths

Modern Foreign Languages

Sciences (Biology, Physics, Chemistry)

The Department is proud to be recognised as one of the leading Education Departments in the country and has a long track record of working with schools to deliver research informed professional teacher training courses. We currently offer a secondary University of York PGCE programme and School Direct routes with The Pathfinder TSA and Yorkshire TSA. From the 2019/20 academic year, the programme will also offer a School Direct route with the Diocese of Middlesbrough TSA.

York University Jobs for Circular Area Lecturer About Role

You will make a major contribution to the work of the programme as a PGCE Curriculum Area Lecturer, working with partner schools and taking an active part in teaching, mentoring, quality assurance, selection of trainees and supporting mentors and trainee teachers.

You will develop and apply innovative and appropriate teaching techniques and material which create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst trainees as well as carry out ongoing curriculum review and contribute to the development of teaching and learning strategies.

The PGCE Curriculum Area Lecturer will join a collegial and supportive group of staff in the Department and will work closely with the Curriculum Area Leader and Director of Initial Teacher Training.

York University Jobs for Circular Area Lecturer: Skills, Experience & Qualification needed

You must have a first degree and relevant teaching qualification. You should have substantial knowledge of current issues in ITT and mentoring and have experience of teaching and learning in a HE context. An ability to foster positive professional relationships with a range of groups involved in initial teacher training, including partnership schools, local authorities is essential.

This is a part-time (0.2 FTE), fixed term appointment to 31st August 2020 in the first instance. Job share arrangements will be considered. Interviews are likely to be held in the w/c 26th August or 2nd September 2019.

 Conditions of appointment: York University Jobs for Circular Area Lecturer

This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. Consequently, all applicants will be asked to declare both unspent and spent convictions on their application form.

Appointment of the successful candidate will be conditional on a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Claire Smith, Director of Initial Teacher Training on claire.e.smith@york.ac.uk.

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University of York Jobs for IPC Maths Tutor

Department International Pathway College
Based at University of York – Heslington Campus
Hours of work Part-time
Contract status Fixed term
Salary £25,482 – £31,302 a year (reduced pro-rata for part-time working)
Posted Date 31/07/2019
Apply by 25/08/2019
Job Reference 7889
Documents
Candidate Brief 7889.pdf

 York University Jobs for IPC Maths Tutor Role Description

The International Pathway College (IPC) seeks to appoint a part-time in Mathematics/ Statistics tutor to teach on our redesigned Foundation Certificate (level 3) programme.  This is an exciting opportunity for a creative individual to contribute to the success of our new programmes. Reporting to the Subject Area Lead for Science, your key responsibilities will include delivering lectures and seminars, setting and marking assessments and providing feedback and support to our international students. The appointment is subject to satisfactory references and a DBS check.

 

The IPC provides new routes for non-European Union students to access the transformational higher education programmes of the University of York. The IPC offers high quality programmes designed, academically led, taught and managed by the University of York. The college had in excess of 300 full-time students in 2018-19, with greater numbers expected in the future. This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding candidate to support the IPC at this important stage in its development.

 

York University Jobs for IPC Maths Tutor Key requirements

•           Undergraduate or postgraduate degree in Mathematics/ Statistics.

•           Appropriate postgraduate teaching qualification (e.g. PGCE).

•           Experience of teaching Mathematics/ Statistics modules at level 3 and to international students.

 

Why York? York University Jobs for IPC Maths Tutor

The University of York is a highly successful institution with a strong commitment to excellence in research and in teaching and learning. A member of the prestigious Russell Group of top UK universities, York is a dynamic research-intensive university which is experiencing ongoing growth, as it has done so for the past ten years. The University has secured national and international recognition for its academic excellence as evidenced by the latest QS World University Rankings.

For more information about this position, please email the Subject Area Lead for Science, Dr Ben Flowerdew (ben.flowerdew@york.ac.uk).

 

This post is available on a fixed term basis from 23 September 2019 – 6 May 2020.

The hours for this post are as follows:

23 September 2019 – 5 January 2020, 9.25 hours a week, 0.25 FTE

6 January 2020 – 8 May 2020, 30.34 hours a week, 0.82 FTE

 

The interview will take place on 9 September 2019.

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