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Music Lecturer

Do you want to inspire and support the next generation? Are you looking for a new challenge with excellent benefits? Do you want to be part of an outstanding teaching team 'teaching team of the year bronze' in Pearson awards 2022. We are offering an exciting position to lead our music department to the next level. At NWSLC teachers are encouraged to be creative innovative and build great experiences for their learners. Did you know that we value your experience and you do not have to be a qualified teacher to start a career in teaching with us. We can support your journey as a new teacher with a supportive teaching environment and be flexible. If you are interested in the post and would like an informal discussion contact James on [email protected] North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College is one of the largest and most successful colleges in the region. We understand the importance of recruiting talented and passionate people that are central to all College achievements and are the driving force in the success of our learners. We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. Our College welcomes staff and students from a diverse range of backgrounds and recognise that diversity and difference brings richness to our College.  Being inclusive and enabling people to thrive and give their best is essential to our College and enables us to deliver the best possible services to our student communities. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. We are a Forces Friendly Employer and we are committed to our Armed Forces Covenant. Equality, diversity, and inclusion are integral to everything that we do. We are committed to these values, and they are central to our mission. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities, and we are more than happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments that you may require. We aim to support our employees in achieving a healthy work-life balance. We recognise that many of our employees have responsibilities and are committed to providing support for our employees. We are working hard to support flexible and new ways of working where possible, and offer a range of benefits All our roles are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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Lecturer in 3DD/Jewellery (Part Time)

Job Summary You will be joining a dynamic Art School that offers a broad range of courses across Design and Fine Art disciplines at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The School is a vibrant, creative environment where studio practice enjoys a close relationship with theoretical and contextual study. The school aims to develop graduates who can thrive in the creative economy, equipped with knowledge, passion and self-confidence. The School is focussing its provision to support students in developing strong digital competencies, working practices compatible with sustainability agendas, and equipped with effective enterprise skill sets. A forward thinking and contemporary course, the Three-Dimensional Design course provides students with the opportunity to study a broad range of methods and practices in design and making, promoting the combination and exploration of traditional making skills with new and innovative techniques and technologies across Product and Craft Design Disciplines. This unique course develops graduates with a varied foundation of contemporary skills, expertise and knowledge within the cognate area of three-dimensional design, but with the opportunity to personalise their chosen specialist subject route and Honours award in either, Ceramics & Glass, Jewellery Design, or Product Design. You will be a creative individual with industrial and academic experience, who will actively contribute to the development and delivery of Jewellery Design at Gray’s. You will have expertise and skills in Jewellery making with a core emphasis of combining traditional methods with new and innovative technologies and materials. You will be experienced in contemporary rapid manufacturing processes and digitally mediated craft practices either directly or indirectly related to Jewellery and Wearable Design. The University has recently established a new and energetic research strategy and it is envisaged that the successful applicant will be eligible to apply to contribute to the research profile and practice of the art school over time. This post is subject to a Disclosure Scotland check. For more information visit: www.mygov.scot/basic-disclosure Grade 7 Salary Scale: £35,326 – £40,927Grade 8 Salary Scale: £42,149 – £50,296Salary on appointment will be dependent upon experience. Candidates with limited or no prior experience as an academic will be placed on the first point of the Grade 7 scale. Consideration will be given to offering an Academic Attraction Payment (adjusted annually) for those candidates who have specific industry knowledge, skills or, expertise which are required for the position. Please see the job attachments for further information regarding the Grade 7 & Grade 8 criteria. Further guidance on Academic Attraction Payments can be found here. Employment is conditional on candidates, if deemed necessary, passing a pre-employment medical and undertaking ongoing health surveillance throughout the course of their employment. This is required in order to support our duty of care under health and safety statute and to ensure that the candidates are able to carry out the functions required by the role. Interviews to be held during week of 15th August 2022. If you have any queries, please contact Ben Durack at [email protected]

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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Computer Game AI)

Manchester Metropolitan University is a pioneer of modern education since its origins in 1824 and sits in the top 200 young universities in the world. 30% of our research is considered world leading (4**) and 90% of our research impact is rated ‘world leading' (4**) or ‘internationally excellent' (3*). Located in the heart of Manchester, a globally recognised centre for digital media with a vibrant and rapidly expanding technology sector. The Department is proud to be a partner in SODA - the School of Digital Arts a new initiative by the university in partnership with the city to support the digital creative sector. The Department is innovative in its teaching and is the sector leader in Degree Apprenticeships and delivers the Digital and Technology Solutions programme in collaboration with a wide range of companies including multinationals and SMEs.   The University is a founding member and one of five theme leads of the National Institute of Coding, a consortium of 34 universities and over 100 companies and outreach organisations, that is driving teaching innovation in digital skills education to address the digital skills gap.   The Department is closely aligned with the Centre for Advanced Computational Science (CfACS) which conducts world‐leading research in computer science, distributed across five main themes: Machine Intelligence Data Science Smart Infrastructure Human‐Centred Computing Computational Modelling The Department is enriched by its location in the heart of Manchester, a globally recognised centre for digital media with a vibrant and rapidly expanding technology sector, which provides an enviable range of opportunities to work with industry and see first hand the impact of research and knowledge exchange. Role You will teach on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the Department and SODA using pedagogic approaches that deliver a first-class student experience.  You will be expected to contribute flexibly to teaching and conduct research or knowledge exchange within the Centre of Advanced Computational Science. Ideal Candidate We are seeking applications from individuals who have expertise in Computer Games Design either through academic research or professional/industrial practice.  You will have in-depth knowledge of current Games Development tools and techniques including Game AI.  You will be expected to have teaching or industry experience in  Computer Games Design.  You will have a PhD in Computer Science or Games Design  or a related discipline or have the equivalent relevant industrial experience. You will contribute to Research or Knowledge Exchange via the Centre for Computational Science by making a substantial contribution to one of the Research and KE themes listed above.  To arrange an informal discussion, please email:  Darren Dancey ([email protected]) To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter outlining, in particular, how your profile and experience meet the requirements of the role. Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce. We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.

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Dean of the School of Arts & Creative Industries

Location: Newham Sector: Education The University of East London is one of the most diverse and vibrant universities in the global capital. Our pioneering and forward-thinking vision is making a positive and significant impact to the communities we serve, inspiring both our staff and students to reach their full potential. Born in 1898 to serve the skills needs of the 2nd industrial revolution, the University of East London has commenced Year 4 of its transformational 10-year Vision 2028 strategic plan led by our Vice-Chancellor & President, Professor Amanda Broderick, to advance Industry 4.0 careers-first education and sustainable futures. We have a clear route-map to provide a springboard for the jobs and opportunities of the future; to drive diversity in the 4.0 talent pipeline - working in partnership to promote talent wherever it is found; and to create an inclusive and sustainable, green future. The School of Arts and Creative Industries is a forward-thinking hub of creativity in the thriving artistic, cultural hotbed of East London. Our breadth of media, fashion and performance areas are grounded in creative excellence and framed by extensive community and industry collaboration. We are now seeking to appoint an outstanding individual as a Dean of School of Arts & Creative Industries. Reporting to the Provost and working closely with other senior colleagues, you will shape and implement the University’s academic strategy, ensuring it achieves the highest possible standards of excellence in learning and teaching as well as research and knowledge exchange. It is important that you ensure all activities maximise the economic and social impact for the communities we serve. Your ability to connect with the Creative Arts sector cannot be underestimated as there is a need to grow the School, explore previously untapped markets, and continue to establish our international presence. This is an exciting time to join the University of East London as we are embarking onto the next stage in our Vision 2028 journey¬ and we are looking for an inspirational, forward-thinking and innovative leader who is passionate about making a positive difference and who will thrive in an inclusive and diverse University community. In addition to a strong academic track record, you will have first-class interpersonal and relationships management skills with a strong focus on collaborative working. Providing an outstanding student and staff experience, fostering world-leading research and innovation, and enhancing the reputation of the university in the UK and overseas will be at the very heart of what you do. The University of East London is committed to achieving and promoting equality and diversity among our staff and welcome applications from underrepresented groups. To find out more about this exciting opportunity and to apply, please download the Candidate Information Pack under Supporting Documentation below: SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION PACK DIVERSITY MONITORING FORM CANDIDATE SUPPORTING INFORMATION FORM Closing date for applications is: 17:00 on Friday 5 August 2022

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Lecturer in Fashion and Textile Design (part time)

Job Summary You will be joining a dynamic Art School that offers a broad range of courses across Design and Fine Art disciplines at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The School is a vibrant, creative environment where studio practice enjoys a close relationship with theoretical and contextual study. The school aims to develop graduates who can thrive in the creative economy, equipped with knowledge, passion and self-confidence. The School is focussing its provision to support students in developing strong digital competencies, working practices compatible with sustainability agendas, and equipped with effective enterprise skill sets. Our BA (Hons) Fashion & Textiles course supports students who wish to specialise in either discipline but equally enables hybrid practice and collaboration in the development of fashion products. Your experience will be within Fashion & Textile Design and ideally you will be a fashion designer with a clear understanding of sustainable practice in the development of fashion and textile products. You will be committed to delivering learning experiences that will support the development of strong employable graduates who are confident, socially engaged, critical, and enterprising. You will have an awareness of not only the theoretical and practical strategies of the discipline, but also its function and potential as an educational and cultural force. You will have evidence of your academic expertise and professional practice to contribute to the continued development of the Fashion and Textile Design course, maintaining currency and innovating within teaching and learning practice and through identified research interests. The University has recently established a new and energetic research strategy and it is envisaged that the successful applicant will be eligible to apply to contribute to the research profile and practice of the art school over time. This post is subject to a Disclosure Scotland check. For more information visit: www.mygov.scot/basic-disclosure Grade 7 Salary Scale: £35,326 – £40,927Grade 8 Salary Scale: £42,149 – £50,296 Salary on appointment will be dependent upon experience. Candidates with limited or no prior experience as an academic will be placed on the first point of the Grade 7 scale. Consideration will be given to offering an Academic Attraction Payment (adjusted annually) for those candidates who have specific industry knowledge, skills or, expertise which are required for the position. Please see the job attachments for further information regarding the Grade 7 and Grade 8 criteria.  Further guidance on Academic Attraction Payments can be found here. Employment is conditional on candidates, if deemed necessary, passing a pre-employment medical and undertaking ongoing health surveillance throughout the course of their employment. This is required in order to support our duty of care under health and safety statute and to ensure that the candidates are able to carry out the functions required by the role. Interviews to be held during week of 15th August 2022. If you have any queries, please contact Elaine Gowans at [email protected]

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Appointment of Head of Gaming

“Challenging the norm, believing in everyone.” Appointment of Head of Gaming BIMM Institute is Europe’s largest, most connected music and creative arts institute, with 8,200 students studying in 15 colleges based in vibrant cultural cities across the UK and Europe. We are passionate about nurturing talent and enabling future generations to find their place in the creative industries. Exceptional quality underpins all that we do. For over 35 years, we have been committed to developing and supporting industry-ready students, ensuring they have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed. We offer a broad range of Higher and Further Education Courses in Popular Music, Performing Arts and Film-making, and in March 2019, we gained Degree Awarding Powers (DAPs). Furthermore, BIMM Institute has secured a new investment partner, Intermediate Capital Group Plc, a FTSE 100 listed company. We have exciting plans for further growth, domestically and internationally, through strategic M&A, opening new colleges, and expanding our curricula into new creative sectors. We currently have modules within our Screen and Film School provision that develop skills for the interactive media and gaming industries, and now we are seeking a Head of Gaming to expand on and develop this proposition into a new curriculum area for us. This will encapsulate proposition development, course design and input into the operational delivery to students, initially in Brighton, with an ambition to roll out across the BIMM Institute’s geographical footprint. In addition, this role will lead and shape our Institute’s offer, identifying and managing expert staff and developing an industry network to ensure the relevance of our offer for the high-growth interactive media and gaming market. You will have experience in the higher and further education sector in the UK or overseas, with an intimate understanding of the gaming or interactive media industry’s current practice to create and develop new courses which will provide students with the best possible skills and opportunities to succeed. We are looking for an aspirational individual who will thrive in our fast-paced environment and is highly motivated to join our ambitious Institute and lead our entry into this exciting new area. Location: Brighton    Salary:  Commensurate with experience An executive search exercise is being undertaken by Perrett Laver in parallel with the public advertisement of the post. For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Research Associate, Jaanvi Patel, at [email protected] or +44 (0)20 3928 7368.  All applicants are requested to submit a completed version of an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form with their application. The information provided will be handled in the strictest confidence and will only be used for statistical monitoring purposes.  Application is by submission of a full curriculum vitae and a covering letter of application, addressing the job description and person specification and including suitable daytime and evening telephone contact details.  For further information and instructions on how to apply, please visit https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies quoting reference: 5934. The application closing date is midnight (BST) on Monday 1st August 2022.  Protecting your personal data is of the utmost importance to Perrett Laver, and we take this responsibility very seriously. Any information obtained by our trading divisions is held and processed in accordance with the relevant data protection legislation. The data you provide us with is securely stored on our computerised database and transferred to our clients to present you as a candidate and consider your suitability for a role you have registered interest in.  As defined under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Perrett Laver is a Data Controller and a Data Processor, and our legal basis for processing your personal data is ‘Legitimate Interests’.  You have the right to object to us processing your data in this way. For more information about this, your rights, and our approach to Data Protection and Privacy, please visit our website http://www.perrettlaver.com/information/privacy/.  Please visit the following link to find more information about the use of personal information provided by candidates to BIMM Institute: https://www.bimm.ac.uk/privacy/. 

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MSc/ MA Design Management Course Leader 0.6FTE

Post Type: Part Time Contract Type: Fixed Term - 12 Months Ravensbourne University London is exceptional. A world-class digital destination developing talented individuals and leading-edge businesses though learning, skills, applied research, enterprise and innovation. We are based at Greenwich Peninsula in an iconic building next to The O2. Our aim is to become a portal for talent across London driving growth in the knowledge economy and creative industries. We are looking to strengthen our team with the following appointment: Course Leader in MSc/ MA Design Management (0.6 FTE) Salary: £55,230.00 p.a. + benefits, based in SE London One year fixed term contract Ravensbourne is recruiting a Course Leader to join our ambitious and future-thinking MSc/ MA Design Management course. We are looking for someone to bring a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience to manage the direction and delivery of the course. The successful candidate will contribute to learning and teaching across all cohorts, delivering core modules and cross-disciplinary activities within Ravensbourne. The successful candidate will have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject and be an established educator and/or practitioner. Closing date: 26th July 2022 Interviews: To be confirmed To apply: (w) http://careers.rave.ac.uk For further details: (e) [email protected] (t) 020 3040 3622 + Disability Confident Symbol If you are disabled and want to know more about job opportunities at Ravensbourne, please email our Disability Advice Line [email protected] We welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community in our desire to reflect the diversity of the community we serv Further details:   Job Description    Email details to a friend We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and in particular those that are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, candidates with disabilities, and female candidates.

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MA Illustration Course Leader 0.6 FTE

Contract Type: Fixed Term - 12 Months Post Type: Part Time Ravensbourne University London is exceptional. A world-class digital destination developing talented individuals and leading-edge businesses though learning, skills, applied research, enterprise and innovation. We are based at Greenwich Peninsula in an iconic building next to The O2. Our aim is to become a portal for talent across London driving growth in the knowledge economy and creative industries. We are looking to strengthen our team with the following appointment: Course Leader in MA Illustration (0.6 FTE) Salary: £55,230.00 p.a. + benefits, based in SE London One year fixed term contract Ravensbourne is recruiting a Course Leader to join our ambitious and future-thinking MA Illustration course. We are looking for someone to bring a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience to manage the direction and delivery of the course. The successful candidate will contribute to learning and teaching across all cohorts, delivering core modules and cross-disciplinary activities within Ravensbourne. The successful candidate will have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject and be an established educator and/or practitioner. Closing date: 26th July 2022 Interviews: To be confirmed To apply: (w) http://careers.rave.ac.uk For further details: (e) [email protected] (t) 020 3040 3622 + Disability Confident If you are disabled and want to know more about job opportunities at Ravensbourne, please email our Disability Advice Line [email protected] We welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community in our desire to reflect the diversity of the community we serve Further details:   Job Description    Email details to a friend We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and in particular those that are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, candidates with disabilities, and female candidates.

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Head of CYM Programmes

Salary range: £40,750 - £46,150 per annum, including Inner London Weighting 35 hours per week (The post holder will be expected to work on Saturdays during term time) The Centre for Young Musicians in London is looking for an experienced musician to work alongside the Head of CYM in the provision of artistic and administrative leadership, ensuring the Centre delivers high class music tuition and enables students to realise their musical potential through the Saturday Centre and CYM holiday courses, including the London Schools Symphony Orchestra (LSSO). The successful holder of this new post will have proven experience of working with children of school age to help them attain high standards of achievement, both individually and in ensembles, along with strong communication skills and a flexible and open-minded approach to working within a team. Enhanced DBS checks will be required. For more details, please go to http://www.gsmd.ac.uk/jobs Closing date for applications is Monday, 25 July 2022, 12 Noon. Online interviews will take place on Friday, 29 July 2022. To apply online, please visit www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/jobs Alternatively, please contact 020 7332 3978 (24hr answerphone) quoting GS0683 reference number. A minicom service for the hearing impaired is available on 020 7332 3732. The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Guildhall School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment.

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Stipendiary Lectureship in Music

Merton College proposes to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Music to teach undergraduates for an average of 6 weighted hours per week in full term. The appointment will be for the period 1 October 2022 until 30 September 2023.  The main duties of the post will be: to teach and/or organise teaching for (i) the Prelims (first-year) papers in Topics I, Foundations in the Study of Music, Musical Analysis, and optional topics as necessary and (ii) the Final Honour School (second- and third-year) papers in Topics II and III, Musical Analysis and Criticism, Musical Thought and Scholarship, and optional topics as necessary; to advise, guide and supervise undergraduate research projects where appropriate; to share in the organisational responsibility for the undergraduate degree in Music; to act as Director of Studies for students studying Music; to provide study skills and pastoral support; and to take part in admissions procedures. The successful candidate will have completed, or be in the late stages of, a doctorate in Music (preferably with a topic relating to music history post-1750)  and will be able to provide undergraduate teaching for Prelims and Final Honour School students studying Music. The duties and skills required, and the entitlements of the post, are described in more detail in the further particulars which also contain information about how to apply.  These are available at www.merton.ox.ac.uk/vacancies or by emailing [email protected]  The closing date for applications is 2.00 pm on Friday 29 July 2022.  It is expected that interviews will be held on Friday 12 August 2022. Merton College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Lecturers in Music (Academic Education Pathway)

Location: Strand Campus Contact details: Dr Andy Fry, [email protected] Job description The Music Department at KCL seeks to appoint two music studies scholars with interests in the nineteenth, twentieth and/or twenty-first centuries; expertise in film music, opera, popular and/or contemporary musics may be an advantage, without preference for world region, tradition or approach.  The successful candidates will teach or co-teach modules in their areas of specialism on our BMus and MMus programmes. Our broadly defined modules are not restricted by traditional disciplinary boundaries and facilitate research-led teaching and innovative approaches to delivery. Postholders will also supervise undergraduate and Masters dissertations and contribute to department administration. While these are primarily teaching roles, postholders will be given every opportunity to participate in the research culture of the department and the wider university. Applicants must be available to start on September 1 or soon thereafter and to begin teaching on-campus in London at the start of term. At King's, we are committed to ensuring that applicants from under-represented backgrounds, and/or those with protected characteristics, feel confident applying to work with us. We strongly encourage applications from members of groups with protected characteristics, and/or that have been marginalised on any grounds, so that we may better reflect the community we serve. There are two part-time posts (50% full-time equivalent) which will be offered on fixed term contracts for one year. Interviews will be held in the week of July 25.

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Lecturer in Culture, Media and Creative Industries Education

Job description The Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries (CMCI) seeks to hire a Lecturer in Culture, Media & Creative Industries Education (Academic Education Pathway). This is a fixed-term 0.5FTE contract for a period of 12 months (September 2022 – August 2023). The post will primarily contribute to seminar teaching across our BA Culture, Media & Creative Industries degree. As an Academic Education Pathway (AEP) Lecturer, we are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated educator who can make a distinctive contribution, bridging theory and practice, and inspiring and informing students from a wide range of disciplinary and international backgrounds. Indicatively, the post-holder will be able to teach on the following year one (L4) and year two (L5) BA modules: Cultural Institutions and Industries: Policy and Politics (L4), Media 2.0 – Audiences, Industries and Convergence (L4), Culture and Activism (L5), Managing Cultural Projects (L5), and Gender and Media (L5). Across the year, indicatively this will involve preparing and delivering between four and six 1hr seminars per week during term time and marking students’ work. The post may additionally require some dissertation (BA and/or MA) supervision and assessment. The successful candidate will either hold a PhD in Culture, Media & Creative Industries or a closely related discipline or be very near to completion i.e. submitted but awaiting viva/defence. They will be able to demonstrate an excellent knowledge and understanding of a field of expertise relating to the requirements of the position. This post does not require independent research and the delivery of research outputs. The post-holder will be a highly effective educator, with experience of teaching and assessment in Higher Education (preferably in the UK), a commitment to student learning and welfare, and an aptitude for working within an interdisciplinary framework. We encourage applications from members of groups with protected characteristics that have been marginalised on any grounds enumerated under the Equality Act. We particularly welcome applications from Black and minority ethnic candidates, as they are under-represented at this level. In applying for this role please include a covering letter clearly indicating how you meet the essential and desirable criteria below, and an up-to-date CV. Applicants are asked to include, as part of their covering letter, a brief statement describing past experience of, and/or future plans for, promoting diversity and inclusion. This post will be offered on an a fixed-term contract for 12 months (September 2022-August 2023). This is a part-time 0.5FTE post (17.5 hours per week). Key responsibilities Deliver outstanding seminar teaching for BA modules in the department   Assess coursework as required Fulfil other teaching tasks (e.g. high quality supervisory guidance for BA and/or MA level dissertations) where needed Contribute to the welfare of students through the personal tutor system  Fulfil administrative tasks as directed by the Head of Department The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.

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