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Dundalk Institute of Technology
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Part-Time Assistant Lecturer
Location:
Dundalk
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Raywina
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Part-Time Assistant Lecturer in Digital Imaging and Data Wrangling (New part-time Springboard programme - Certificate in Data Wrangling and Digital Imaging)

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) has earned its reputation as the leading higher education provider in the North Leinster-South Ulster region (serving Cavan, Monaghan, Louth, Meath, North County Dublin, Armagh, Down and South Antrim) through its first-class teaching and learning, research and engagement. Set in a state-of-the-art 35-hectare campus, DkIT provides quality learning and teaching to circa 5,300 students across four Schools in Business and Humanities, Engineering, Health and Science, and Informatics and Creative Arts in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Level 6 to Ph.D. level, in addition to its long history in apprenticeships.  The Institute for Connected Health and Wellbeing brings together DkIT’s significant track record and capacity in the Research Areas of Regulated Software, Health and Aging.  The Institute also focuses on the Research Themes of Energy and the Environment and Creative Arts. DkIT differentiates itself from other Higher Education Institutions as a cross-border Institute with its distinctive mission and commitment to the educational, economic, social and cultural development of the North Leinster-South Ulster region. As an Institute situated on the border with Northern Ireland, DkIT is at the epicentre between the two main metropolitan cities of Belfast and Dublin along the M1 Economic Corridor.

Scoil na Faisnéisíochta agus na nEalaíon Cruthaitheach

School of Informatics and Creative Arts

The School of Informatics and Creative Arts is a multi-disciplinary school, located in the PJ Carroll Building since 2010, which spans and binds together areas of digital technology and the creative arts. The School’s mission is to CREATE an environment to foster Collaboration, Research and Enterprise in Arts and Technology through Education.

The School has three departments:

  • Department of Computing Science and Mathematics;
  • Department of Visual and Human-Centred Computing;
  • Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music.

The Post:

Part-Time Assistant Lecturer in Digital Imaging and Data Wrangling (New part-time Springboard programme - Certificate in Data Wrangling and Digital Imaging)

Job Specification:

  • The position calls for a highly motivated individual who will have a proven track record in working in the TV and/or Film industry.
  • Candidates should demonstrate experience in all of the following areas:
    • A thorough understanding of High-end Digital Camera Systems and Formats,
    • Competency with LTO / RAID / NAS Backup systems,
    • Competency in the area of Data Integrity Checking using relevant software.
    • Competency in the use of Avid Media Composer, DAVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere.
  • Candidates should have suitable qualifications and/or demonstrate an extensive portfolio of relevant experience in commercial environments. 
  • Candidates should demonstrate their experience in the area of digital imaging, data wrangling and digital audio-visual archiving.

Salary Scale: Assistant Lecturer €56.06 per hour

Application forms may be accessed on the DKIT on-line e-Recruitment system. No other form of application will be accepted.

Click here for further information or to apply.

The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 12 noon, on Friday, 15 November 2019.  Late applications are not accepted.  All interviews will be held on-site with no remote interviews being held.

Dundalk Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunities Employer


Apply Now / Email: n/a

Deadline: December 6th





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