Job: Course Leader in Computer Games Arts (Farnham, UK)

The University for the Creative Arts is seeking to appoint an experienced individual to lead and developthe BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts in Farnham. Farnham is ideally located 10 miles west of Guildford, described as the “Hollywood of video games” by The Guardian.

Course Leader in Computer Games Arts

University for the Creative Arts
School of Communication Design
Location: Farnham, Surrey, UK
Salary: £45,954 to £50,200 per annum
Full Time Post: 36.25 hours per week
Closing Date: Sunday 07 June 2015
Interview Date: Friday 26 June 2015
The course will see its third successful cohort graduate this year; during these three years student numbers have grown tenfold. The course makes an important contribution to our thriving Farnham campus and to the School of Communication Design’s wider community across three of UCA’s campuses.
You will have a broad conceptual, creative and technical experience of Computer Games Art and/or be a theoretician with a particular interest in this area. You will have a good honours degree in a related subject and appropriate professional and academic experience at HE level. You will demonstrate a significant commitment to relevant research interests, ideally you will have an established research profile within the subject area.
Applicants should be familiar with contemporary educational issues, be a team player and be able to inspire and motivate students. You will have an understanding of quality assurance, curriculum development, and effective academic and administrative management at undergraduate level.
For further information, please contact Jamie Dobson, Head of School, School of Communication Design or 01252 892929.
For over 150 years the University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester has been leading the way for art and design education. Building on its reputation for providing the creative industries with the brightest talent, UCA is the top specialist arts university in the Complete University Guide league table, having risen 43 places in three years to rank 52nd out of 126 UK universities.


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