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[Commlist] Lecturer in Creative Industries (Grade 8), University of Stirling

Mon Oct 12 17:16:50 GMT 2020

Please see below details, links and deadline for a new *Grade 8 Lecturer in Creative Industries* post within the Division of Communications, Media and Culture at the *University of Stirling* (Deadline *Sunday 25th October 2020*). Please feel free to circulate further to potential candidates and via your networks.

To view the advert and apply please use the link below:

*Lecturer in Creative Industries*

Communications, Media & Culture (CMC) wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Lecturer (Teaching & Research) with specialist interests in the Creative and Cultural Industries to expand the Division’s teaching, research and knowledge exchange partnerships with local, national and international organisations operating across the creative sector.

The successful candidate will make a contribution to the strategic direction of CMC by contributing to research, teaching and impact activities, and developing and extending partnership opportunities. The successful candidate will have specialist knowledge and experience in the Cultural and Creative Industries and particular skills or interests in one or more of the following areas:
• Creative enterprise and digital creative economies
• Global creative and media industries
• Creative -led economic, social and cultural regeneration
• Skills, talent and (in)equalities in creative or digital work
• Creative and digital economy policy and practice
• Cultural policy and tourism / heritage
• Digital creativity

The successful candidate will foster existing and develop new relationships with academic, cultural and commercial institutions that will enhance CMC’s strategic partnerships. They will engage effectively with external stakeholders to pursue opportunities for collaboration, income generation and enhancing CMC’s regional, national, and international profile. They will have the ability to disseminate conceptual and complex ideas to a wide variety of audiences to promote understanding. They will have had some experience teaching and managing international students and will be prepared to travel internationally for short periods where required. They will also have the skills and know-how to contribute to the Division’s highly regarded postgraduate and undergraduate programmes, including the MSc Media Management, MSc Digital Media and Communication, BA Hons Digital Media as well as offering short-course and CPD training across creative and digital industries.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr William Dinan, Head of the Division of Communications, Media & Culture: (william.dinan1 /at/

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