The Department of Media Studies is looking for fixed-term Lecturers to teach in the Media Studies BA programme, specifically in the track Media and Culture. You can find the full curriculum here
. Lecturers who have a PhD may also be asked to teach courses in the related Master's programmes.
Candidates should have expertise in theoretical and cultural approaches within Media Studies and the Humanities more broadly, as well as knowledge of contemporary disciplinary developments in film studies, television studies and/or cross-media culture. Successful candidates will be a member of the subject team for Film Studies or for Television and Cross Media Culture.What are you going to do?
Lecturers are expected to be able to teach a variety of subjects in the Media and Culture BA, including courses in media research, media aesthetics, philosophy of the humanities, and current themes in media culture. Teaching duties may also include mentoring students and supervising theses. With a PhD, Lecturers also may teach in the Master's degree programmes.Tasks and responsibilities
Under the supervision of a course coordinator, you will be teaching in the Media Studies BA programmes, specifically in the track Media and Culture. Your tasks will comprise:
- teaching seminars groups;
- marking assignments, papers and/or theses, providing input on tests and test questions, entering marks;
- attending meetings and lectures, preparing for teaching, updating and developing course materials or assignments according to relevant teaching methods, working in collaboration with colleagues and the course coordinator;
- coordinating practical matters relating to your own seminar group[s] (such as handling administrative matters and communicating with students);
- supervising theses (Bachelor's and [with a PhD] Master's) and providing other individual supervision to students (mentoring, coaching and/or supervising internships).