Lecturer Diploma in Professional Studies
Interviews will take place on 15th February
The Design School at London College of Communication is looking to recruit a 0.6 lecturer to teach on the Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS). DPS is an optional Industrial placement year between the second and fourth year of an undergraduate course in the Design School. DPS offers students from the eight undergraduate courses within the Design School the opportunity to undertake up to 20 week’s worth of placements and secondments, within the year, from an extensive and worldwide list of internationally renowned design studios, advertising agencies, architectural practices, film production houses, publishing houses, media center’s etc Not only do students undertake internships within the international design community but they also involve themselves with international charitable organisations working on and initiating a variety of activities.
This is a key role in the Design School. We expect you to motivate and excite our students. Applying your research-led teaching to the Diploma in Professional Studies. This post is seen a key driver for the development of this course in the Design School/College.
You will deliver professional practice units for the students. You will develop and deliver disciplined, innovative and engaging, lectures and seminars, contributing significantly to course development and assessment. provide academic and pastoral support as necessary, monitoring student progress and maintaining appropriate records. Significant understanding of industrial contexts and placement experience is essential.
We are looking for a candidate with relevant undergraduate teaching experience, a relevant qualification at undergraduate and postgraduate associated to communication design or a closely related discipline or equivalent experience.
The successful candidate should possess good interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team be a cross-disciplinary thinker as well as be an innovative teacher. Candidates should demonstrate subject knowledge as well as skills relevant to subject development within an academic, research and professional context.
If you have any general queries, you may contact Lesley Wilkins, Staffing Administrator, email@example.com or telephone: 020 7514 7985
Candidates are advised to submit applications early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date.