University of Westminster - School of Media, Arts and Design. Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
Salary £14,804 - £16,448 p.a. (incl. LWA)
Train the professionals of tomorrow on a top media course.
We're looking for a lecturer in radio production to join our teaching team to work across a range of practical modules, working with creative, bright and enthusiastic students.
Our course covers a variety of radio skills, including all aspects of ‘live' production and pre-recorded, built radio. We want someone who has the necessary knowledge and professional experience, of working in and teaching these skills.
We expect the successful applicant to work on modules to include:
Introduction to Radio; Radio Features; Music Radio; Multimedia Production.
The ability to use a variety of production software and run a radio studio are essential. Also desirable are a knowledge of music scheduling and an understanding of audio on multi-media platforms and the use of social media.
The BA in Radio Production is one of the four undergraduate Media degrees at the University of Westminster. Our popular courses are distinguished by combining all aspects of practical radio work with an academic grounding in media studies. This is one of the most respected and highest achieving courses of its kind in the UK.
Our Harrow studios are completely digital with an automated playout system and Burli news feeds. Students also take part in our award-winning student radio station, Smoke Radio -http://www.smokeradio.co.uk/
Recent graduates are working in all areas of the radio industry: BAs, journalists and producers at the BBC and commercial radio, as part of independent production companies or as successful freelancers.
Radio Production is one of a portfolio of courses at Westminster recognised as a Skillset Media Academy. Our Media research school is rated as the best media and communication centre in the UK, in the 2008 RAE.