jobs: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Games Art or Games Design or Games Programming

The University of Northampton

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Games Art or Games Design or Games Programming

The University of Northampton - Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology

Location: Avenue Campus
2 vacancies
We are looking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer covering specialist practice in the arts and technology areas of games art, design or programming. The subject of Games currently consists of two programmes (BA Games Art and BSc Games Programming) in the Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology. The intention is to develop a third programme of Games Design. 
In addition to predominantly teaching within the area of Games Art or Games Design or Games Programming, responsibilities will include recruitment to the programme, ensuring curriculum currency in content and delivery in all aspects of the subject including studio practice, contextual studies, professional practice and personal development planning. The role will involve administrative duties in support of a programme, liaising with external contacts and industry and there is an expectation the post holder will be engaged in appropriate research and/or consultancy.
Interview date: Monday 23 January 2017
This is an exciting time to join our University as we prepare to relocate to a new state of the art, vibrant, town centre campus in 2018. We are looking to recruit individuals who share our passion for innovation, creativity and social impact and who will play a key role as we realise our ambition of TRANSFORMING LIVES + INSPIRING CHANGE. 
We are an AshokaU accredited Changemaker University that believes in providing students and staff with the opportunity to change their world for the better. 
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.  
The University of Northampton as an employer strives to achieve diversity among its staff which reflects the communities it serves.

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