Yes it’s Jobs news. No not that Jobs! (oh and there’s no laptop included, Sorry!)
I’ve got some interesting projects on the go this year (more on that in coming months) so I’ve got a bit of breathing space in my teaching. The result is that there’s a job going at my place to teach digital journalism.
It’s a fixed term contract and 0.5 but it’s a great chance to get some teaching under your belt (and work with some good people).
You can check out the job at the uni website. Follow the link for vacancies, check Academic and it should be in that list.
I would give you a direct link, but our job website is doing odd security things (apparently to stop unscrupulous jobs site scrapers) so details below if you want to know right now:
Job title: Lecturer in Digital Journalism
Job reference: REQ001252
Application closing date:14/09/2014
SalaryGrade H £34,233 – £39,685 (Starting salary unlikely to exceed £34,233)
The School of Journalism and Media is seeking to appoint a Lecturer to teach digital skills across its programmes. Experience of working in industry as a journalist or content creator at a senior level is essential, as is experience of teaching in higher education. Experience of managing content across digital and online platforms is desirable.
Applicants should have a first degree or equivalent professional qualification and a higher degree in a relevant subject or the willingness to work towards a higher degree.
Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This is based in Preston.
School/Service: School of Journalism and Media
Hours: Part Time (0.5 FTE)
Basis: Fixed Term Contract (8 months)
Interview Date: To be Confirmed