Salary: £45,737 to £52,841 per annum pro rata Part time 21.75 hours per week (3 days) Closing Date: Sunday 11 June 2023 Interview Date: Monday 19 June 2023 Reference: 23-AMCD136-0199-1
Are you passionate about developing and promoting innovative approaches to teaching and learning? Could you play a substantial role in the fundamental redesign and delivery of our taught programmes? Are you interested in reviewing the effectiveness of teaching and learning approaches?
We are looking to recruit talented individuals with appropriate disciplinary experience, qualifications, and expertise to specialise in innovative modes of course delivery, assessment, curriculum design, and research and/or scholarly activity focused on education.
It is expected that you will have experience of teaching at university level.
We are looking for an innovative and inclusive approach to the teaching of Graphic Design / UX / UI and you must evidence a commitment to equality, diversity, inclusion, and widening participation in teaching, research, and university life.
The prorated salary for this 21.75 hour per week role will be £27,442 - £31,704
If you have any specific questions regarding the role, please contact David Shaw [email protected]
All applications must be made online. Please do not send CVs directly .
At UCA, creativity and innovation are at the heart of what we do. Our legacy of educating eager and passionate artists, makers and thinkers runs back almost 160 years, and today we're helping shape a global future that supports and nourishes talent worldwide.
Our campuses across Surrey and Kent are vibrant communities, each specialising in different areas of the creative industries. We are also home to a thriving research hub, with academic experts and fellows leading the way in research on sustainability, design, textiles, animation, history and culture, and more.
Are you ready to share your passion for creativity with the next generation of innovators? If so, we want to hear from you.
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The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive University that is truly representative of all of the diversity in society. We particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the University.