Lecturer in Performing Arts - Technical Theatre (University of Derby)

Closing Date:
Monday 19th November - 12am
Date of Interview:
Monday 26th November - 9am
Hours:
Part-Time
Salary:
£32,236 - £37,345

The University of Derby is seeking to appoint an excellent Lecturer who is committed to the student experience and has a wide-ranging knowledge of Stage and Production Management, in addition knowledge and expertise in other areas such as sound, lighting, props, scenery, set construction or other related skills are also very desirable. You will join a lively and creative team to teach and provide academic and administrative support in the drama portfolio programme and to develop the curriculum.

An in-depth academic knowledge and understanding of current debates within the field is required, along with a commitment to teaching theory and practice in an exciting and innovative way. 

You will have excellent organisational and administrative skills and be interested in working across traditional discipline boundaries. Experience in curriculum development and a willingness to undertake significant administrative roles would be an advantage. You will have the opportunity to contribute to the research and/or publications profile of the team and to develop professional links and enterprise initiatives.

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Lecturer/Programme Leader: Performing Arts (University of Derby)

Closing Date:
Monday 19th November - 12am
Date of Interview:
Monday 26th November - 9am
Hours:
Full time
Salary:
£32,236 - £34,189

The University of Derby is seeking to appoint an excellent Lecturer/Programme Leader who is committed to the student experience and has a wide-ranging knowledge of contemporary performance, history and theory of drama and performance, dramaturgy, acting, directing, applied theatre and new writing, other related skills are also very desirable. You will join a lively and creative team to teach and provide academic and administrative support in the drama portfolio programme and to develop the curriculum.

An in-depth academic knowledge and understanding of current debates within the field is required, along with a commitment to teaching theory and practice in an exciting and innovative way. It is expected that the successful candidate will assume Programme Leadership of the BA (Hons) Contemporary Theatre and Performance.

You will have excellent organisational and administrative skills and be interested in working across traditional discipline boundaries. Experience in curriculum development and a willingness to undertake significant administrative roles would be an advantage. You will have the opportunity to contribute to the research and/or publications profile of the team and to develop professional links and enterprise initiatives.

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Find out more on the University of Derby's website: https://bit.ly/2DaXqT0