School of Fine and Performing Arts
Salary: From Â£ 34,304 prorated
Please note, this position is part-time and permanent at 0.5 FTE.
Closing Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Date of interview: Friday, December 17, 2021
Now is a really exciting time to join our dynamic and forward-looking institution; We represent a new generation of universities, a fast-growing, gold-ranked university where staff and students work collaboratively and create world-changing knowledge and research. We are simply offering our staff a life changing opportunity. The School of Fine & Performing Arts at the University of Lincoln is seeking to appoint a dance lecturer to teach in the BA (Hons) Dance and BA (Hons) Musical Theater programs.
As a new staff member at the University of Lincoln, the successful candidate will be located within the School of Fine & Performing Arts, which is part of the College of Arts. The school currently offers undergraduate programs in dance, theater and theater, fine arts, music and technical theater, and stage management, as well as a series of M-level programs and masters / doctorate opportunities. Resources for the School of Fine and Performing Arts include the Lincoln Performing Arts Center, which includes rehearsal studios and a 444-seat public theater. The school has a growing reputation for international dimensions and a rich heritage of developing small-scale theater and performance groups that showcase their work in regional venues, community clients and national festivals.
The University of Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Dance and BA (Hons) Musical Theater degrees have an industry-designed curriculum that connects the theoretical and academic study of dance and musical theater with the practical and creative disciplines of technique, choreography, performance and musical theater. production.
As a dance lecturer, your main tasks will be to teach and assess the work of students through a range of practical and theoretical modules on both programs. You will have knowledge and a high level of professional expertise in dance and choreography for the contemporary musical theater performer, and will be able to provide hands-on training in the areas of jazz and / or commercial dance, design and choreography.
You will have to meet the minimum requirements of the role in terms of scholarship and professional practice; to complete appropriate administrative and recruiting duties and you may also offer additional training expertise in areas such as: tap dancing, ballet, industry awareness and employability approaches.
Appointed on a Teaching, Scholarship and Professional Practice (TSPP) profile, colleagues are expected to contribute to ongoing academic activity and educational development, as well as to pursue (where applicable) professional practice and / or develop productive links with the professional sector.
Interviews for this position will take place ‘in person’ at the Brayford campus on the advertised interview date.