The festival will act as a showcase for students and practitioners, be an exemplar for young people and engender an enthusiasm and vigor for this area of study.
The principal responsibility of the bursary holder will be to organize the festival in such a way as to promote these goals and seek sustainable funding.
They will be expected to:
• work in conjunction with the staff and students of the School of Media, Art and Design to organize and promote the festival
• Work in conjunction with other members of the School of Media Art and Design to organize and draft applications to arts and media funding bodies to support the festival.
• Complete a Master of research in an agreed relevant topic
Applicants may already have some experience of organising festivals, community arts or workshops and wish to use this exciting opportunity to gain experience in arts administration
The University has scored consistently high ratings in teaching assessments carried out since 1995 by the Quality Assurance Agency.
We work closely with employers and these links with industry are reflected in the research profile of the institution.
Our Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL), known as ‘Bridges', supports Personal, Career and Professional Development through the Undergraduate Curriculum.
It aims at building bridges between student learning and the world beyond the university. In addition, the School of Media, Art and Design has a mature research base in unit 66 Communication, Cultural and Media Studies.
For further information please contact Janey Gordon, Director of Studies at email@example.com Details can be found at
To apply please download information and an application form from: www.beds.ac.uk/jobs
The Human Resources Department, University of Bedfordshire, Luton Campus, Park Square, Luton, LU1 3JU.
Tel: 01582 743376 (24-hour answer service) or
Please quote reference number and job title.
CV's will only be accepted in addition to a fully completed application form.
Closing date: 23rd March