Leicester – Lecturer in Cinema and Television History (VC2020) DMU

Lecturer in Cinema and Television History (VC2020)

With a strong research focus and an eye on REF 2020, this post seeks student-focused individuals, passionate about education and academic progress to make an excellent research contribution to the university in the area of Cinema and Television History.
The post enables individuals to grow and develop in their area of expertise in a fully supported research environment, with access to funding and development to enable them to progress along a research trajectory.
You will be part of the Cinema and Television History Research Centre at DMU, rated number one in the UK for the highest level of outputs in REF2014 and joint first for impact.
Significantly, as a VC2020 Lecturer, 50 percent of this position will be designated solely for research and the successful candidate will have existing quantifiable research outputs and/or a solid research plan leading up to REF 2020.
The role holder will also play an active part in developing capacity and capability for external income generation and external partnerships.
The role is one of several new academic posts aligned strategically to the new Leicester Media School. The Leicester Media School is a vibrant academic community, which includes 30 degrees and 1,700 students, and over 60 PhD students, incorporating 3 subjects groups, with this post situated in the Media, Film and Journalism group.

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