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[Commlist] Senior Lecturer Vacancy at CCPR, University of Glasgow
Tue Jan 22 19:02:46 GMT 2019
The Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR) at the University of
Glasgowoffers a vibrant and supportive research-led work environment in
one of the UK’s oldest and most inspiring universities. We are currently
seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer in International Media in order to
strengthen the Centre’s reputation for research on media and
communications and to support our PG teaching.
Further details of this post, for which the closing date is Monday 18
February 2019, can be found(Ref: 024028) at:
Senior Lecturer in International Media
Gilmorehill Campus / Main Building
College / Service
COLLEGE OF ARTS
SCHOOL OF CULTURE & CREATIVE ARTS
Research And Teaching
£51,630 - £58,089
Policy Research (CCPR) at the University of Glasgow has forged a
reputation for its rigorous, high-impact research and analysis of media
and cultural industries and policies and also for its internationally
leading Masters provision. Based in CCPR, the purpose of this post is to
strengthen the Centre’s research in relation to international media,
cultural and creative industries with a particular focus on media and
communications, and to support CCPR’s teaching. The appointee will play
a vital role in leading a research agenda in the Centre and the College
of Arts, in line with the University, College and School and CCPR
Main Duties and Responsibilities
1. To lead and sustain high–quality research activity through a
portfolio of individual, joint and/or network research projects, and to
secure external funding for the same through successful grant
applications to Research Councils and other funding bodies.
2. To provide research leadership in the relevant Unit of Assessment and
to contribute effectively to enhancing that UoA’s research profile in
future national research assessment exercises, including maintaining a
track record of high quality publications and attending and
participating in appropriate research seminars/conferences.
3. To contribute proactively to research in CCPR and to enhancing the
Centre’s research profile; and to take a leading role in the School and
the College of Arts in developing interdisciplinary research and teaching.
4. To develop links with relevant national and international bodies
inside and outside academia with a view to enhancing research, teaching
5. To provide research direction for more junior staff and, where
possible, engage in collaborative research, thereby promoting the
development of the University’s research base.
6. To attract and be responsible for supervision and training of
postgraduate students, supporting these students to produce high quality
scholarship and to successfully complete studies in line with University
(and where relevant) funder guidelines.
7. To contribute to all aspects of the design, review, organisation,
delivery and assessment of existing teaching programmes and courses in CCPR.
8. To contribute to the School’s ongoing development and review of the
curriculum, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student
learning and employability.
9. To participate within the Centre, School and/or College in
administrative and other activities as directed by the Director of CCPR,
Head of School or VP Head of College, including mentoring of junior
staff, in accordance with the School/College strategy.
10. To foster collaboration in research and teaching with other units of
11. To work effectively in co-operation with colleagues in the School,
College and University as a whole.
12. To develop and lead research and where appropriate teaching
initiatives, which support the School and College Knowledge Exchange
13. To engage in professional development as appropriate.
14. To contribute to the enhancement of the University’s international
profile in line with the University’s Strategic Plan, Inspiring People
Changing The World.
Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experience
A1 A PhD in a relevant area.
A2 Outstanding knowledge of research within relevant areas which
enhances and expands existing areas of expertise within the Centre
A3 An international research profile.
B1 Knowledge of international/global media
C1 Excellent academic leadership skills.
C2 Substantial evidence of carrying out and sustaining research at the
C3 Experience of working both independently and as part of a team.
C4 Extensive track record of seeking and acquiring external research
C5 Excellent collaborative skills, both in an interdisciplinary context
and beyond academia
C6 Excellent organisational skills, including time/project management
C7 Ability to increase the number of students coming to the University
to undertake postgraduate study.
C8 Excellent oral and written communication skills.
C9 Excellent interpersonal skills.
C10 Ability to demonstrate originality and innovation in research and
C11 Capacity to lead, enthuse and motivate students and colleagues
E1 Typically 5-7 years postdoctoral experience.
E2 Outstanding international publication record and research profile
which can significantly enhance the subject area’s standing
internationally and which would significantly enhance any future
University submission to national research assessment exercise(s) with
demonstrable performance at 4* level.
E3 A significant track record of attracting external research funding.
E4 Extensive experience of teaching in relevant subject area(s) and the
ability to teach across disciplines.
E5 Extensive experience of postgraduate, Masters and PhD supervision.
Where academic experience is gained outside of the UK the ability to
demonstrate equivalent experience may be consider.
E7 A demonstrable commitment to Knowledge Exchange, public engagement
and the broader impact of research.
E8 An established international academic network.
F1 Track record of research and teaching on international/global aspects
Planning and Organising
Participating fully in a team of research-active staff.
Researching and publishing work of the highest quality in appropriate
Preparing and presenting applications for research funding
Planning and organising research meetings, seminars and conferences
Supervising, where appropriate, postdoctoral research assistants
Supervising postgraduate, Masters and doctoral students
Actively contributing to University/College/School research strategy
Contributing to international and national research developments
Providing leadership in strategic planning of research, teaching and
administration at all levels within and beyond the School, including the
identification of new initiatives.
Providing leadership in designing programmes and courses, and in
delivering teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students
Undertaking assessment and delivering feedback to undergraduate and
Participating in University/College/School planning
Organising knowledge exchange and outreach activities as appropriate
Decisions on research methodology and submission of grant applications
Decisions on placement of research output
Decisions on programme/course content and teaching and assessment methods
Decisions on short-term and longer-term research objectives for
Mentoring of new research and/or teaching staff
Contributing to University/College/School decision-making on research
Prioritising workload in accordance with agreed School/College strategy.
Taking responsibility for organisation of resources, as appropriate.
Director of CCPR, Head of School, Head of College and University
officers to ensure that strategic objectives are met
Academic colleagues for information exchange to facilitate effective
research and teaching.
Research students/postdoctoral researchers to oversee and advise on research
Undergraduate and postgraduate students to optimise their learning
Administrative staff for exchange of information relating to delivery of
research and teaching
Key researchers in the field
Relevant governmental and non-governmental organisations
Research Councils, charitable bodies and other external sources of
World-class research is a key aspect of this post, including solving
research problems at the forefront of the field and the development of
new ideas, methods and research projects
Resolving issues regarding research funding
Resolving issues arising in pursuit of research objectives
Assisting research students to resolve problems regarding their research
Assisting postgraduate students to resolve problems regarding their studies
Resolving issues arising in performance of administrative functions
Proposing, imaginatively, strategies and negotiating alternative
arrangements in response to strategic challenges in research, teaching
Standard Terms & Conditions
The salary will be on the Research and Teaching Grade 9 , £51,630 -
£58,089 per annum.
The post is full time and open ended.
The successful applicant will be eligible to join the Universities'
Superannuation Scheme. Further information regarding the scheme is
available from the Superannuation Officer, who is also prepared to
advise on questions relating to the transfer of Superannuation benefits.
Relocation assistance will be provided where appropriate.
New entrants to the University will be required to serve a probationary
period of 6 months.
Vacancy reference: 024028, Closing date: 19 February 2019
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climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and
We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a
supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all
levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity
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