Teaching post in Huddersfield

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Deadline: 
Thursday, August 2, 2012 - 00:00

The University of Huddersfield is looking for someone with teaching and professional/fine art experience to join the photography team led by Gil Pasternak.

There are two potential opportunities in place:

1. Full-time permanent post (18 contact hours, four days a week plus a research day)

A new full-time, permanent post for Lecturer in Photography. Although the interview date is only a week before the beginning of term, they are hopeful that the successful candidate is available to take up the post straightaway. Please see the link below for further info regarding job and person descriptions as well as the application procedure:
http://www.hud.ac.uk/hr/jobs/jobdetail/index.php?jobId=1735

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2. Visiting Lecturer (Sept-Dec 2012, 18 contact hours or less)

While they are looking for a new permanent member of staff, the successful candidate might not be able to take up the post with immediate effect as they might not be available before the beginning of term two (Jan 2013). For this reason, they would like to find out if anyone might be interested in acting as Visiting Lecturer for the same or for part of the amount of contact hours during term one of the academic session 2012/13.

If you are considering this second option, please contact the course leader directly (g.pasternak@hud.ac.uk), attaching a CV listing your academic qualifications, teaching experience, professional commercial and/or fine art achievements, publications (if applicable), and any other relevant info as such. Ideally, candidates will feel confident teaching, assessing, marking and offering feedback on concept development (of practice), photo-processing software, studio workflow, and history and theory of photography. Or at least a couple of these.

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