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Associate / Assistant Professor in Interactive Media
Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer):
Code: 1011, Førsteamanuensis / Assisting Professor Salary Frame LR24, ranges in salary level 57-65 (NOK 486.100,- to 563.500,-), based on experience.
Assistant Professor (Lecturer):
Code: 1007, Høyskolelærer / Lecturer
Salary Frame LR25, ranges in salary level 47-59 (NOK 412.600,- to 503.800,-)
Noroff University College seeks to appoint new academic staff in the area of Interactive Media. Based at the Kristiansand campus, within the Department of Interactive Media, you will deliver courses on the University’s Interactive Media bachelor degree program across the Games and/or Animation specialisation tracks. You will join a team of staff with whom you will be expected to work in very close collaboration. As such, evidence of prior collaboration within academic teams is essential.
You should have a post graduate qualification (preferably PhD) and/or extensive practical work experience in either animation, computer games, or a related field, with expertise in two or more of the following topics: drawing and concept art, storyboarding, modeling, rigging, character animation, technical direction, game play strategies, level design, development of game assets (both visual and audio), game programing. If you are not a PhD graduate, someone who is interested in gaining further academic qualifications would be considered for this post.
In addition to the specific area of expertise, we are looking to appoint someone who is enthusiastic about learning and education in general and is open to innovative models of learning and teaching. At least two years’ experience in teaching across multi modal learning groups (ie on-campus, online asynchronous and synchronous) would be a distinct advantage.
Excellent spoken and written communication skills with an ability to engage audiences is essential for this post. Experience in the design, development, implementation and management of curriculum would be useful. A history of publications and research projects in their chosen field would be a distinct advantage as Noroff University College wishes to continue to grow in terms of volume and quality of research.
The successful applicant must be willing to take direction from senior academic staff, but also be capable of taking initiative and show self-motivation. Relevant experience and expertise will be considered and recognised when appointing staff to a specific post and location within the salary range.