Associate Lecturer in Game Art

University of Worcester
June 12, 2024
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Associate Lecturer in Game Art Department of Art & Design Communication Location: Jenny Lind Building

Post Type: Hourly Paid Hourly Rate: £48.08 per hour inc preparation, marking & course administration incl. £8.67 per hour holiday pay Contract Type: Fixed Term - 36 Months Advertised On: Wednesday 15 May 2024 Closing Date: Wednesday 12 June 2024 Reference: SA2403

The University of Worcester BA (Hons) Game Art course, is seeking to expand their current pool of sessional Game Art Lecturers to contribute to teaching during 2024-25.

Successful candidates will have specialist knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Unreal Engine 4 and 5 Pipeline
  • Substance Painter and Designer
  • Marmoset Toolbag
  • Marvelous Designer
  • 3d Modelling (Maya preferred)
  • Digital Sculpting ( Zbrush )
  • VR/AR experience
  • Digital painting and concept art with strong foundational art skills.
  • Applicants with an ongoing professional practice and detailed knowledge of contemporary game development are encouraged to apply. For further information about the Game Art course please visit: https:// www.

    Selection Process:

    Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend a formal interview and asked to deliver a teaching session.

    Candidates are required to adopt the role of a lecturer at the School of Arts and to facilitate a 15-minute teaching session on a relevant topic aimed at level 5 undergraduate students. The session will be presented to the interview panel and be followed by a formal interview process.

    The topic should centre on an area of Game Art practice of the candidate's choice. As the teaching session is limited in duration, it is suggested that one or two key concepts are covered in-depth with clear introduction, presentation, learning activities, conclusion, and references. Candidates are advised to strictly adhere to their allotted time and therefore, their Intended Learning Outcomes should reflect this. Learning activities are required and should be student centred and interactive.

    Candidates are expected to demonstrate learning and teaching skills suitable for a lecturing post at the School of Arts and to show a suitable depth of understanding of their chosen topic. Demonstration of familiarity with academic sources relating to the topic presented is also expected. Once the teaching session has concluded, there will be an opportunity for staff to ask questions related to your teaching.

    NB. If you are successful at interview you will be invited to join a pool of sessional lecturers and we will contact you if suitable work becomes available. We are not able to guarantee employment as it will be subject to student numbers. The number of hours available might only be a few hours per week.

    Informal queries are welcome and should be directed to Ree Han, Head of Department at [email protected]

    Further details: Job Description Person Specification

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