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Ulster University
School of Arts and Humanities
Magee Campus, Derry, Northern Ireland

Post Title: Lecturer in Film Practice
Ref: 1723869

We are looking for a practice-focused academic with experience in teaching the fundamentals and advanced skills The Creative Industries Institute at Ulster is a £20million investment that will drive collaboration and consultation with industry, government and civic partners to generate advanced research with impact that will innovate, influence policy development and produce industry-ready graduates with the skills and experience required to energise the economic, social and cultural regeneration of the region.

It is part of an exciting programme of investment in new infrastructure and initiatives driven by a five-year strategic vision to deliver a university that is sustainable and innovative with a strong international reputation.

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Film Practice who will provide teaching and academic support in the area of Film Practice at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and who will contribute to an outstanding student experience at Ulster University's School of Arts and Humanities, in preparation for industry relevant specialisation and progression into professional life. The post-holder will also engage in high quality research activities.

Applicants should complete the questionnaire and upload a CV

*Please refer to the attached PDF for the job description of Lecturer in Film Practice.

Here is the application link. <>.

Closing Date: Sunday 10 June 2018

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