Teaching Fellow in Drama and Theatre Arts - Arts and Law - 81618 - Grade 7

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Location: Birmingham, ENGLAND
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Teaching Fellow in Drama and Theatre Arts - Arts and Law - 81618 - Grade 7 - (1900012R)





Position Details


Department: English, Drama and American Canadian Studies


Location: University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK


Full time starting salary is normally in the range £30,395 to £39,609. With potential progression once in post to £42,036 a year


Grade 7


Part time, Fixed term until 30th June 2020

Closing date: 6th August 2019


Role Purpose

As a part-time (0.7fte) Teaching Fellow in the Department of Drama and Theatre Arts, you will be expected to deliver practical and classroom based teaching at undergraduate level and to participate in the department’s overall contribution to the School, College, and University. The post will include administrative duties. The successful candidate will have considerable relevant teaching and assessment experience and be committed to providing an excellent student learning experience.


It is expected that the post-holder will teach for around 14 hours per week and will also be responsible for some personal tutees.


Main Duties (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)

Teach courses at a range of levels within the specified subject areas to undergraduates, through practical and seminar-based teaching, in line with the School’s teaching objectives 

Contribute to the design of modules with other colleagues

Plan and prepare own teaching, including guidance notes and handouts in accordance with the established objectives of the teaching programme 

Develop an approach to planning and reviewing own teaching

Undertake full range of responsibilities in relation to supervision, marking and examining.  (Summative assessment, including assessed work contributing to the final award – as a mark or as a credit – such as performances, essays or presentations, is       

subject to validation by the academic supervisor

Undertake personal professional development in teaching, including self-reflection on own teaching, using student and peer review feedback, to enhance own teaching and learning processes. 

Undertake management/administration arising from teaching.

Contribute to Departmental/School teaching-related activities and teaching-related administration.

Contribute to enterprise, business development and/or public engagement activities of manifest benefit to the College and the University, often under supervision of a project leader.

Scope of the Role (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)  

Teaching within own subject area within an established teaching programme

Contribute to enhancement of the student experience and/or employability

Skills and Experience (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)

A PhD in Drama and Theatre Arts

Considerable experience of teaching undergraduate students in the areas of contemporary theatre and performance.

Considerable experience of marking undergraduate work in Drama and Theatre Arts

Ability to design and deliver module materials successfully

Ability to assess and organise resources effectively

Understanding of and ability to contribute to broader management/administration processes

Planning and Organising (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)

Plan and manage own teaching and tutorials as agreed by the Head of School or other academic supervisor.

Manage administrative tasks related to own work.

Decision Making (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)

Teaching within an established teaching programme.

Decide in consultation with the academic supervisor/mentor on the most appropriate way of undertaking the specified teaching, including the appropriate teaching methods for groups of undergraduates

Assess and organise resources.

Internal/External Relationships (as appropriate to the specific role and purpose)

Receive guidance from academic supervisor.

Liaise on a regular basis with colleagues and students regarding teaching and advising students within own subject area.

Participate in internal networks for the exchange of information and to form relationships for future collaboration.

Liaise with external clients of the University or members of the public


For further information please contact Professor David Pattie via Telephone: 0121 414 5995 or Email: D.Pattie@bham.ac.uk




Primary Location
: GB-GB-Birmingham
: Academic Non-clinical
: English, Drama and American and Canadian Studies
: Temporary
Job Posting
: 08.07.2019, 7:00:00 PM
Grade (for job description): Grade 7
Salary (Pay Basis)
: 30,395.00
Maximum Salary
: 42,036.00
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