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0.6 Senior Lecturer in Fashion and Textiles (Pattern Cutting)

Hours: 21.6Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is looking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Fashion and Textiles to contribute to its well established and successful suite of Fashion Design qualifications including UAL L3 Extended Diploma in Fashion and Foundation Diploma in Fashion.  The senior lecturer specialising in pattern cutting will also contribute to our adult suite in pattern cutting and our higher education provision in tailoring and streetwear.  We are looking for a lecturer specialising in the delivery of pattern cutting alongside more broader fashion design skills.  You will be a passionate specialist lecturer, committed to working collaboratively to deliver a high quality contemporary experience for our students.  You will have a relevant undergraduate degree and teaching qualification and have confidence of teaching in further education including 16-19 study programmes.    You will be excited to work in a specialist centre, and the opportunities to partnering collaboratively with other creative fields in a creative community.  Established in 1889, and with our roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country's oldest and largest specialist providers of adult education, now alongside 16-19 provision at its Chelsea and North Kensington Centres.  The Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is a specialist centre offering study programmes and higher education entry routes into the creative sector across Art, Design and Media curriculum areas.  Morley College London aims to have a workforce that is as reflective of the diverse population that it serves.   Closing date for applications:   24th August 2022 at 10.00 am   Shortlisting Date: To be confirmed  Interview Date: week commencing 30th August 2022   Please indicate in your application which role you are applying for in your statement  Please refer to the guidance notes when completing your application. CV’s will not be accepted for this post.  Applicants should send a completed application form, giving names, addresses and telephone numbers of two professional referees, together with any supporting information by the closing date.  Applications can be submitted via email to [email protected]  This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and children’s barred list check 

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0.6 Senior Lecturer in Fashion and Textiles (Pattern Cutting)

Hours: 21.6Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is looking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Fashion and Textiles to contribute to its well established and successful suite of Fashion Design qualifications including UAL L3 Extended Diploma in Fashion and Foundation Diploma in Fashion.  The senior lecturer specialising in pattern cutting will also contribute to our adult suite in pattern cutting and our higher education provision in tailoring and streetwear.  We are looking for a lecturer specialising in the delivery of pattern cutting alongside more broader fashion design skills.  You will be a passionate specialist lecturer, committed to working collaboratively to deliver a high quality contemporary experience for our students.  You will have a relevant undergraduate degree and teaching qualification and have confidence of teaching in further education including 16-19 study programmes.    You will be excited to work in a specialist centre, and the opportunities to partnering collaboratively with other creative fields in a creative community.  Established in 1889, and with our roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country's oldest and largest specialist providers of adult education, now alongside 16-19 provision at its Chelsea and North Kensington Centres.  The Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is a specialist centre offering study programmes and higher education entry routes into the creative sector across Art, Design and Media curriculum areas.  Morley College London aims to have a workforce that is as reflective of the diverse population that it serves.   Closing date for applications:   24th August 2022 at 10.00 am   Shortlisting Date: To be confirmed  Interview Date: week commencing 30th August 2022   Please indicate in your application which role you are applying for in your statement  Please refer to the guidance notes when completing your application. CV’s will not be accepted for this post.  Applicants should send a completed application form, giving names, addresses and telephone numbers of two professional referees, together with any supporting information by the closing date.  Applications can be submitted via email to [email protected]  This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and children’s barred list check 

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Associate Lecturer in Dance (Ballet)

(156 hours) Hourly paid: up to £43.68 per hour The Dance Department at the University of Chichester is seeking to recruit an Associate Lecturer with Dance practitioner/performance experience to deliver Ballet technique at both Undergraduate and Post graduate level. The dance programmes have a contemporary dance focus with Ballet technique studied at all levels.  The department has a student-centred approach to learning and teaching with a 100% score in the latest NSS, and the successful candidate will have experience of delivering high quality, interactive teaching or training activities in Dance.  The candidate should have appropriate experience of teaching either professional or higher level studio Dance practice and have a teaching/or equivalent professional qualifications.   The experience to contribute to leading other styles of dance would be useful.  You will also need to possess a comprehensive subject knowledge and have experience of marking practical and written assessments.  The University of Chichester embraces all forms of diversity and aspires to be a fully inclusive and representative employer and so we encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people. Further enquiries are welcomed by: Cathy Childs, Head of Department, e-mail [email protected] Closing date:               25 August 2022 Interview date:             TBC For full details of the post, please visit our website above.

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Associate Lecturer in Dance (Ballet)

(156 hours) Hourly paid: up to £43.68 per hour The Dance Department at the University of Chichester is seeking to recruit an Associate Lecturer with Dance practitioner/performance experience to deliver Ballet technique at both Undergraduate and Post graduate level. The dance programmes have a contemporary dance focus with Ballet technique studied at all levels.  The department has a student-centred approach to learning and teaching with a 100% score in the latest NSS, and the successful candidate will have experience of delivering high quality, interactive teaching or training activities in Dance.  The candidate should have appropriate experience of teaching either professional or higher level studio Dance practice and have a teaching/or equivalent professional qualifications.   The experience to contribute to leading other styles of dance would be useful.  You will also need to possess a comprehensive subject knowledge and have experience of marking practical and written assessments.  The University of Chichester embraces all forms of diversity and aspires to be a fully inclusive and representative employer and so we encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people. Further enquiries are welcomed by: Cathy Childs, Head of Department, e-mail [email protected] Closing date:               25 August 2022 Interview date:             TBC For full details of the post, please visit our website above.

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Graphic Designer

Job Title: Graphic Designer Salary: £30,000 per annum   Location:  London – Bedford Square Contract Type: Permanent Department: Communications Studio Reports to: Head of Communications/Head of Design           Hours: 35 Hours, Monday – Friday; 10am – 6pm The Architectural Association was founded in 1847, opening as a day school in 1901. The AA is committed to public benefit attained by the learning, teaching, discussion and promotion of architecture.  The School is recognised as a worldwide leader in architectural education, with graduates that include many of the world’s leading architects, scholars, critics and educators. The academic and professional programmes of study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, up to and including doctoral level, are validated by external professional and academic bodies. Role Overview: The Graphic Designer will be required to develop projects from concept to delivery, create original artwork and designs, in digital and print, and to create material that communicates information and ideas for the school both to internal and external audiences. Administratively, the appointed candidate will report directly to the Head of Communications whilst working under the Head of Design for the majority of projects. The role is key in the delivery of graphic output that the AA School is known for worldwide and to continue and enhance the cultural production within the school. The Communications Studio is responsible for overall school communication as well as the design and production of all content generated within the AA, both internally and externally. The studio has been relaunched and it is an exciting time to join the team and take part in the future identity for the next steps in how the AA communicates its work to a larger global audience. What we offer: We offer a wide range of staff benefits, including 40 days’ leave per annum in addition to Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part-time/fixed term), a defined pension scheme, season ticket loans, discount at our on-site Bookshop and access to professional development opportunities. You will also be able to take part and be involved in a creative and unique teaching environment, where the students display their amazing work with various on-site exhibitions, public programmes and lectures. Our Bedford Square campus is based just a 5-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road station, right in the heart of Central London and close to all major shopping outlets. How to Apply: Please email all documents to [email protected] by the closing date of 29th August 2022 stating the job title in the subject heading. Please include in your application: AA Application Form Cover Letter / Email highlighting why you feel you are the right person for the role. This should be no more than two-pages Full CV To view the full job description please click here Informal enquires should be address to [email protected] or 02078874029 We are committed to creating an inclusive culture where all members of our community are supported to thrive. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented within our working community. Reasonable adjustments are available for interviews and workplaces. Successful candidates will need to be eligible to work in the UK for the duration of their employment with the AA School in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 Thank you for your interest in the AA and this role.

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Dean of the School of Business & Creative Industries

University of the West of Scotland – School of Business & Creative Industries Paisley Campus base with travel to other locations as required We are looking to recruit an outstanding individual for the role of Dean of the School of Business & Creative Industries. The Dean has key responsibility for providing strategic, operational and academic leadership to the School and maintaining and developing the School’s profile and reputation in teaching, research, knowledge transfer, scholarship and financial performance. Reporting to the Provost & Deputy Principal/Deputy Vice-Chancellor, the Dean is a senior member of staff who will provide vision and leadership to a dedicated team who strive to continuously inspire our students and wider University community. You will play a key role in driving forward our ambition to deliver transformational change, through outputs that have a tangible, early and positive impact on society across the globe. The School of Business & Creative Industries offers professionally-focussed teaching and research opportunities, focussing on the modern-day challenges facing the business, finance and creative industries sectors. The School has programmes and researchers in all of UWS’s five campuses. Our students benefit from our strong links with industry, and the world-class research that underpins our courses, delivered on each of our five campuses and through many partners across the globe. Find out more about our School of Business & Creative Industries and working in the School. If you have a track record of leading and overseeing academic activities, and think you have the experience and expertise to enhance the School’s and the University’s national and international reputation, then we would like to hear from you.  The successful candidate should have the following: PhD (or equivalent) ideally in one of the cognate areas of the School’s activity. Experience of strategic leadership within a relevant academic field, leading, managing and developing staff at all levels and managing financial and physical resources. Experience of leading and managing change, to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of academic teaching, research and knowledge transfer activities. Highly developed skills in decision making, influencing and negotiation. Knowledge and understanding of issues facing the higher education sector internationally. About us University of the West of Scotland is one of Scotland’s largest and most dynamic modern universities. Our reach across the country, together with our London campus, means that UWS is a significant force in global knowledge creation, innovation, and a leading provider of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree education. Our degrees provide students with a transformational experience; equipping them with highly sought-after graduate skills that set them up for global success in world-leading sectors, industries and businesses. With cutting-edge courses, modern pedagogy and practical knowledge, we enable our students and staff to experience the joy of learning, teaching, research and innovation, and apply their knowledge for the benefit of others.  The job description and person specification can be found here. For informal enquiries about this post, please contact Fiona Morton, Head of HR by email: [email protected] Interview date: September/October dates to be confirmed UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups. UWS is a “Disability Confident” employer. University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520.

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Associate Professor in Design / School Director of Research

Salary: From £53,353 per annumThis post is permanent and full time at 1.0 FTEClosing Date: Sunday 18 September 2022Interview Date: Friday 07 October 2022 Set in the heart of a beautiful, safe and friendly city, the University of Lincoln is a forward-thinking, ambitious institution with high aspirations and a supportive ethos. Named as Modern University of the Year in The Times and Sunday Times, Good University Guide 2021, our core mission is to combine outstanding, high-impact research and professional practice with a superb student experience and the highest quality civic engagement. Lincoln School of Design is looking for an Associate Professor with proven experience of leadership in higher education, to champion and enhance the quality of research in the School. You will have a well-established research profile in Design, with a strong grasp of the opportunities and challenges of the UK research sector, and those faced by design education and industry sectors. You will be a creative thinker, an excellent communicator, and a team player capable of attracting research grants and other forms of external income generation, and positively influence colleagues to develop a vibrant and impactful research culture.  Taking on a permanent role in the School, you will also serve as School Director of Research for 2 years, with the possibility of extension subject to mutual agreement. As School Director of Research, this is an exciting opportunity for someone with the ability to play a leading role in providing vision and strategic direction for research and enterprise within the School of Design; reviewing and reinvigorating research, mentoring researchers, developing the post-graduate community, establishing new research collaborations and creating new funding opportunities.  If you would like an informal conversation about this role, please contact the Head of School of Design, Professor Ian de Vere: [email protected] Further details: We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other. Please note: If you think you may require a visa to work in the UK please refer to UK Visas and Immigration or UK Visas – Information for Prospective Staff before embarking upon an application to ensure that you understand the requirements for sponsorship. You may be eligible to work in the UK via other alternative visa routes such as the Global Talent Visa or by having Settlement / ILR, please refer to the UK Visas pages above for further details.

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Research Fellow

Closing date: 2 September 2022, 5pm The Opportunity The Advanced Care Research Centre (ACRC) within The University of Edinburgh seeks a Research Fellow with expertise in interaction and user experience design, co-design and qualitative research methods. The ACRC (www.ed.ac.uk/usher/advanced-care-research-centre) is a £20million programme led by University of Edinburgh and funded by Legal and General in collaboration with the Universities of Edinburgh and Newcastle. The ACRC sets out to research and develop innovative solutions for the care of people in later life, contributing to tackling the global challenge of promoting and maintaining ‘healthy ageing’. Central to the ACRC approach is a commitment to working in partnership with people in later life, their families and communities, and to creating a sustainable UK wide collaboration to ensure excellence and impact. ‘Understanding the Person in Context’ is one of seven work-packages and is providing longitudinal qualitative research to the programme.  This work package is comprised of 5 complementary components. This post is attached to one of these components: Co-Designing Value in Informal Care. This component of ACRC seeks to develop rich understandings of how value in informal care for later life is understood and constructed and how these could be supported through emerging technologies. We are using a mixture of qualitative research, co-design techniques and design-led prototyping to work with participants, their families and carers, health and care workers, businesses and service providers to understand how emerging technologies underpinned by data may support healthier, informal networks. Successful candidates will have the ability to produce knowledge through the interplay between people (social) and systems (technical) in specific contexts, and a background in interaction design, user experience design, co-design, participatory design, or human-computer interaction. You will be expected to work within a research culture in which design prototyping will be part of the mixed methods. Skills and Attributes for Success A PhD (or near completion) in interaction design, user experience design, co-design, participatory design, or human-computer interaction, or a related area. Knowledge of design-related research methods and approaches, including co-design, participatory design, design probes, research through design, and qualitative approaches to technology design / evaluation. Experience of publishing within world-leading conferences and journals appropriate to the fields of interaction design and human-computer interaction. Excellent communication skills (oral and written), including public presentations and ability to communicate with academic and non-academic audiences. Demonstrable ability to work independently but also as a member of a team. Willingness and ability to travel in the UK and internationally as required by the project.

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Tutor in Film-Medicine

Closing date: 25 August 2022, 5pm A minimum of 46 hours will be offered in academic year 2022-23.  This role is fixed term for 2 years. Applications are invited for a Guaranteed Hours (GH) contract as a tutor in Film-Medicine DESI11116. The Opportunity: Design at ECA are looking for an individual experienced in practical teaching of all aspects of documentary film-making including camera, sound, directing and editing to fill a tutoring position on a post-graduate course where students from across the university as well as film students learn how to make a short documentary with therapeutic intent on their chosen research subject. our skills and attributes for success:  Experience directing, producing and screening documentary with therapeutic intent Knowledge of current and historical documentary practice and theory Familiarity with a variety of cameras, sound equipment, and editing software including AVID and FCP Confident communicator with international students

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Associate Lecturers in Interior Design & Fashion Design

Location:                          Locksbrook campus, Bath                         Rate of Pay:                     £45.80 per hour (the hourly rate is £18.32 and for each hour of teaching                                                you will be paid for an additional 1.5 hours preparation and marking) Hours:                               Part time, fixed term 2022-2023 (hours to be agreed, with possibility of  extension)  Closing Date:                   01/09/2022 About the role Bath School of Art, Film & Media is seeking practicing Interior Designers & Fashion Designers with good organisational skills and a commitment to innovative teaching and learning onto the Integrated Foundation in Art & Design programme.   You will join a team of academics to deliver, coordinate and evolve our ‘Year 0’ course.  We are looking for designers/academics who are exceptionally motivated with some experience in studio based teaching and learning.    About us At Bath Spa University we work with one clear vision: to be a leading university in creativity, culture and enterprise. Based in a World Heritage city in the UK, we’re connected to a vast network of international partners ensuring that our students are socially engaged global citizens. By blending digital technologies, international perspectives and work-orientated connections with our inspirational teaching, we’re set to transform the lives of our students every day. And we need great, inspirational people, people like you, to join us and pave the way. Founded in 1852, Bath School of Art has a long-standing reputation for excellence in art education.  In September 2019 the school moved into a new campus in the heart of the historic city of Bath. The iconic and grade 2 listed building has allowed us the opportunity to upscale our ambition, particularly in relation to fine art practice, by offering industry-standard facilities in an inclusive, open and engaging creative environment. In September 2021 the university’s long established and internationally renowned art provision joined forces with our ambitious and dynamic Film & Media provision to form Bath School of Art, Film & Media. How to apply For further information or to apply on-line please visit Bath Spa University  jobs page. Please note that CVs will not be considered and those included with application forms will be removed.  Any queries regarding the application process or our website should be emailed to [email protected] We offer excellent facilities and benefits to our staff. Please use the link below to see our full facilities and benefits package: https://www.bathspa.ac.uk/work-at-bath-spa/rewards-and-benefits/ Please note this role is not eligible for sponsorship under the Skilled Worker route. If you are a Bath Spa Graduate, you can still access Bath Spa Careers resources. Services include support with job applications and interview techniques. For further information email [email protected] or phone 01225 875525. We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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Lecturer BA Fine Art and History of Art (Studio Practice)

Part Time (0.5 FTE) Lecturer on the BA Fine Art and History of Art (Studio Practice) Sept 1, 2022 – 31 August 2023 Fixed Term The Department of Art is looking for an artist to join our teaching staff on 0.5 FTE on a fixed term contract, to teach on the studio practice part of our BA Fine Art and History of Art Programme. You will work across all 3 years of the Programme. You will be expected to make a significant contribution to the teaching and running of the course, and to help the Department in achieving its strategic objectives in respect of its research and international reputation. You will be an artist with a professional record of international standing and will have experience of teaching in art school. You will demonstrate a serious engagement with your own practice and be responsive to the varied and specific needs of those on this strongly student-centred course. The Department particularly invites applications from BIPOC and LGBTQ candidates. No agencies please.

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Visiting Lecturers in English and Creative Writing: Fiction

The University of Roehampton is seeking to appoint Visiting Lecturers to join our English and Creative Writing team to teach on our programmes in the subject areas of Fiction. The appointment/s will involve leading and delivering modules and may also involve contributing to student project supervision and pastoral care. We encourage a blended learning approach to teaching, combining traditional lectures, seminars, practical sessions, and student-led discussions in our teaching approaches. We ensure our curriculum supports good student outcomes through engagement with employability and skill-led experiential learning. We also support students by providing activities and material that extend beyond scheduled contact time. There are currently established resources for the majority of teaching to be covered. Successful applicants will have experience in many of the blended teaching approaches listed above, as well as with supporting students, and marking assessments, at an undergraduate level. Industry experience is desirable as is experience with online learning environments. We are seeking individuals who are: student focused; demonstrate excellent interpersonal and analytical skills; and can work flexibly. We are looking to appoint to start in September 2022, and will interview as we receive applications. Thus, please do not wait to apply if interested in the position/s. The rate of pay for Visiting Lecturers is £41.32 per classroom contact hour plus £9.56 of holiday pay per hour. This hourly rate reflects the requirement for preparation, assessments, meetings and marking. Additional marking and moderation and content development is paid at the rate of £20.35 per hour plus £3.26 of holiday pay per hour. For an informal conversation about the role please email Jane Kingsley-Smith at [email protected]  To apply please use this link At Roehampton, we change lives by helping our students to develop the confidence, knowledge and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. We are a supportive, close-knit and inclusive community, with a proud history in higher education stretching back more than 175 years. Our values come from this rich history, built on community, engagement and partnership, with a belief that no matter their background, we can help our students to realise their ambitions. Our graduates today have excellent employment prospects, and are part of a thriving and diverse global community of Roehampton alumni. We provide an engaging portfolio of courses across the creative arts, social sciences, law, humanities, literature, education, business, and human and life sciences, including nursing. We also have an excellent research profile. With international reach, our research informs policy, enriches culture and improves people’s lives. We are based on a beautiful 64-acre parkland campus, located in the heart of south-west London. Our staff have access to excellent facilities and a generous range of staff benefits. The University is an equal opportunities and ‘disability confident’ employer. The University is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity and aims to create a culture and environment where students and staff are treated fairly.

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