Subject Leader/Lecturer in Lighting Technology (0.6)

Lecturer starting salary £35,726

Subject Leader starting salary £41,081

(per annum, inclusive of OLWA, pro rata to hours worked)

Rose Bruford College is a leading university-sector institution, specialising in vocational degree programmes in theatre and performance.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Subject Leader or Lecturer (depending on experience) to teach primarily on our unique Creative Lighting Control BA Honours degree, which covers all aspects of lighting technology, including lighting programming, lighting systems, control systems, lighting management, and video systems, operation and design for theatre, live events and related contexts.

We are looking for an individual to lead the teaching and learning of lighting technology in this vibrant and fast-developing field of study. As the successful candidate for the post you are likely to have substantial relevant experience, through your professional work or through teaching in Further or Higher Education, in two or more of:

  • Lighting programming
  • Lighting systems and control
  • Video systems and operation, including programming media servers
  • Visualisation and 2/3D CAD
  • Lighting management

You will teach specific modules and groups of students, and contribute to the on-going management and development of lighting technology as a subject area within the College. You will use your knowledge and experience to prepare the next generation of practitioners.

The salary for Subject Leaders is £41,081 rising to £51,482 (pro rata, inclusive of Outer London Weighting Allowance) via annual increments. For lecturers the salary is £35,726 rising to £41,081 (pro rata, inclusive of Outer London Weighting Allowance) via annual increments. We offer 35 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank Holidays (pro rata), an attractive pension scheme and access to our staff development programme. For further information about the role, please contact Dr Nick Hunt . If you have difficulty downloading the application pack please email

Under current legislation, the college has a legal obligation to ensure that our employees have a legal right to work in the UK.

Completed applications should be returned to by 5.00 pm on Monday 14 September 2020

Interviews will take place on Friday 2 October 2020

The College is committed to a policy of equal opportunities in compliance with the Equality Act 2010 and welcomes applications regardless of community, background, religious belief, gender, age, racial/ethnic group, marital status, sexual orientation, dependent responsibility or disability. We particularly welcome applications from the BAME and D/deaf and disabled communities who are currently under-represented in our workforce.