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Position: Lecturer (Academic Education) - Digital Games Practice
Institution: Brunel University London
Department: Department of Arts & Humanities
Location: Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom
Duties: To contribute to a positive student experience through the design and delivery of high quality researchinformed teaching, student support and administration by: Engaging the interest and enthusiasm of students, inspiring them to learn; Developing innovative teaching, learning and assessment methods that are informed by sector best practice and pedagogic scholarship, bringing new insights to the College; Providing effective student support and guidance; Taking responsibility for specific administrative duties such as admissions, examinations, and assessments
Requirements: First degree or equivalent in relevant subject area. Experience of teaching in the subject area to UG and PG students or equivalent experience of training at this level in the workplace. Experience of supervising UG and PGT students in line with own discipline or equivalent experience of training at this level in the workplace. Experience of carrying out administrative duties linked to teaching or workplace training. Appropriate breadth and depth of specialist knowledge in the relevant discipline, and of teaching methods and techniques to develop teaching programmes and learning support. Understanding of research-informed, evidence-led/practice-based teaching and its implementation in teaching and learning practice. Good understanding of current practice and developments in own discipline. Knowledge of issues affecting HE sector. Able to work as part of a team and independently as required. Able to coordinate and prioritise a range of activities effectively. Presentation skills of an appropriate standard to be able to address large audiences clearly and effectively. Able to provide clear and constructive feedback, advice and support to students. Able to design and develop teaching resources, including for online delivery. Able to contribute to new programme developments and new teaching approaches in Department/College. Professional approach to work
   
Text: Lecturer (Academic Education) - Digital Games Practice - 12901 We are looking for candidates who can bring games industry experience and an understanding of the design of digital games. College / Directorate College of Business Arts & Social Sciences Department Department of Arts & Humanities Full Time / Part Time Full Time Posted Date 08/04/2019 Closing Date 08/05/2019 Ref No 1393 Documents Job Description (PDF , 235.26kb) Full-time, Permanent Salary (H3): £39,511 to £50,843 per annum including London Allowance The highly regarded and well-established Division of Digital Arts at Brunel University London is seeking to recruit a full-time member of staff to support the continued rapid expansion of the Division and to help develop the subject’s excellent education provision. The department prides itself on the excellence of its teaching, close relationships with its students and an extremely proactive, hardworking, and collegial atmosphere that is all built around a love of and passion for games. We are looking for candidates who can bring games industry experience and an understanding of the design of digital games as well as the practice of making them. The successful candidate will have experience in software use in game engines and design skills such as documentation and core design. The focus of both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught provision is on games for entertainment purposes with a strong, integrated theory component. It has an extremely elevated level of industry employment and engagement but also maintains a very high standard of academic achievement This roles sits within the Education track and candidates would be expected to contribute to educational activity in the university in areas such as pedagogical research or improving educational practices. Closing date for applications: 8 May 2019 COMMITTED TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND REPRESENTING THE DIVERSITY OF THE COMMUNITY WE SERVE
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