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Job Title:           Lecturer - Editing

Contract:           Permanent, Full time

Salary/Benefits: £32,000pa, 30 days holiday and contributory pension  

Job Summary

This is a fantastic opportunity to provide valuable teaching for students at a prestigious film school that is widely acknowledged as one of the best in the world.

This post is responsible for teaching, learning support, assessing, and contributing to curriculum development as a member of the editing team. The post-holder will also be a personal tutor, participate in the student recruitment process for the school and undertake academic administration to deliver teaching. 

The successful candidate will have specialist knowledge and teaching experience in film editing at tertiary level. You’ll need excellent interpersonal skills as you’ll be working closely with students as well as colleagues from across the school. You will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, nurturing student creativity and developing their skills to become talented storytellers.

For further details about the role please download the job description and person specification PDF icon Lecturer - Editing JD 2018.pdf

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter demonstrating how you meet the requirements for the post to by 9am on Monday 6th August 2018. Interviews are likely to be held on 13th or 14th August 2018.   

LFS is an equal opportunity employer. 

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London Film School (LFS) is internationally celebrated for its commitment to film, craft excellence, innovation and creative freedom. The school is consistently rated as one of the top international film schools.

We are recognised by Creative Skillset as a Centre of Excellence Film Academy. 

Currently located in Covent Garden LFS is the first film school in the UK.  Deeply connected to local and international screen industries, we have alumni spanning the globe, and working in every part of the film industry.  Our students and alumni have won every major award in the screen industries, and we continue to foster and nurture the next generation of filmmakers. During 2017, films created at the school had around 200 festival entries, screening films globally. The list spanned Cannes, Venice, Tribeca, Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival, The BFI London Film Festival, Edinburgh, Encounters, Oscars, and Sundance.

With around 220 full-time students, from over 30 countries, we are a dynamic hub for high-quality filmmaking activity, preparing creative storytellers for the world’s screen industries. We offer three full-time MA programmes, a PhD Film by Practice, and a full calendar of short courses.

The School is committed to collaborative practice-based learning and produces over 180 films every year. The result is a dynamic and intensive film environment which creates global networks for life. Every role within LFS plays a key part in shaping future creative professionals, impacting on the future of the global creative industries.

As the School recently turned 60, and with a planned move to a new home, LFS is on the verge of a new chapter in its history. It’s an exciting time to join us.

London Film School is a non-profit educational charity with Greg Dyke as its Chairman of the Board and Gisli Snaer as its Acting Director.



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LFS is an equal opportunity employer. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.