Module Leader MA Fine Art Online (Collaborative Practices)

Falmouth University
December 04, 2022
Offerd Salary:Negotiation
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About The Role

We are now seeking to recruit a Lecturer (Module Leader) to join our MA Fine Art (Online Course) within the School of Art. This exciting role will be key in leading the development and running of our Collaborative Practice Module. During this module students develop creative projects or networks (which can include partnerships, institutions, or groups at a local or global scale) and asks students to operate professionally within the creative industries. It aims to identify appropriate audiences and contexts for the dissemination of art practice and the students will be working towards a public facing outcome, for example, an exhibition, web-based showcase and/or a publication.

This role will suit someone who sees the value of collaborative working within fine art and academic research. You will be designing and delivering pre- recorded learning material, interacting with students on various digital platforms, and working as part of an experienced academic team, teaching a diverse and international postgraduate cohort.

You will work closely with our Falmouth Online and Digital Learning teams who are responsible for facilitating the development of your module and of the online learning environment. The Course Leader will also work closely with you to align your module with the course narrative.

This part-time, 10.5 hours per week, homeworking role starts in January 2023, when you will manage the delivery of the module from January to May. You will then deliver the module during each academic year for 19 weeks in Study Block 2, January to May, for each subsequent year. This 19 weeks include 1 week for onboarding, 12 taught weeks, 3 assessment weeks and 3 weeks for enhancement of the module.

About You

Educated to a Masters level in a relevant subject area, the ideal candidate will have experience in executing collaborative art projects and the attendant skills of planning, organisation and communication and are able to create content that supports and guides students from initial conception to completion of the project providing students with an excellent online experience.

We are looking to hear from candidates who also have the following skills/experience:

  • Demonstratable connections with industry, creative institutions, and collaborative partnerships.
  • Experience of teaching within an HE environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills and ability to communicate with enthusiasm.
  • Well-developed administrative abilities.
  • For full details of the skills/experience required, please see the full job description above.

    Due to the online nature of this role, it can be worked remotely, however the successful candidate must be based within the UK and be able to start on 9 January 2023.

    The closing date for this position is Sunday 4 December 2022.

    Interviews week commencing 13 December 2022.

    About Us

    As an employer of choice we can offer the successful candidate for this role a range of benefits, including:

    - Employer Pension Contribution up to 12%.

    - Annual salary increments (Until top of grade reached)

    - Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay

    - Salary Sacrifice Car Scheme (Tusker) Full details on our employee benefits can be found on our careers page www. Alongside these benefits we offer a first class working environment across our campuses with all the facilities you would expect from a leading University.

    A successful external candidate for this position would be employed by Falmouth Staffing Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Falmouth University. Employees of Falmouth Staffing Ltd work alongside Falmouth University colleagues in the delivery of Falmouth's strategic vision and will adopt Falmouth University's HR policies and procedures in full. Falmouth University welcomes and encourages job applications from people of all identities and backgrounds, particularly those under-represented and/or marginalised, as it is important we have a diverse range of candidates to consider.

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