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[Commlist] Job Opportunity: Wallscourt Professor in Immersive Media - UWE Bristol

Tue Feb 12 14:49:37 GMT 2019

**Job Opportunity: Wallscourt Professor in Immersive Media*
Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries & Education,UWE Bristol <>*

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UWE Bristol seeks a dynamic Professor who will lead cross-disciplinary research and innovation at the intersection between creative practice and emerging media technology, and contribute to the delivery of teaching and learning in this field.

You will have a background in research and publication on transforming media practices, and a research interest in immersion. Possessing the ability to develop and manage projects with multiple creative industry and academic partners, you will bring a vision for research that responds to the government’s Industrial Strategy for Creative Industries.

Based across UWE's Bower Ashton and City Campuses, you will take a research leadership role in the School of Film and Journalism, the Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC), <> and the newly established Bristol VR Lab <>. You will work closely with colleagues involved in research projects based at the Pervasive Media Studio <> - home of DCRC - within City Campus. These include Ambient Literature <>, i-Docs <>, Virtual Realities <>, Bristol & Bath Creative R&D (AHRC Creative Industries Clusters) and Research England’s South West Creative Technology Network <>.

This is a full-time, permanent academic position, based in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education.

Salary: Grade J - £59,828 - £61,618

*How to Apply*

Visit ** for further information, eligibility requirements and application instructions.

For an informal discussion please contact Phil Chamberlain on 0117 328 7063 or via email to (Phillip.Chamberlain /at/ <mailto:(Phillip.Chamberlain /at/>

Closing date:*March 6th 2019.*

Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 9 April.

/UWE is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity to create an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds who share our ambition to be a university recognised for the success and impact of our practice-oriented programmes; our strong industry networks and our inclusive global outlook./

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