Position for a Programme Leader, Luxury Jewellery Management at the School of Jewellery

Open call  /  ProfessionalPractice  /  03 Jul 2017  -  16 Jul 2017
Published: 03.07.2017
Position for a Programme Leader, Luxury Jewellery Management at the School of Jewellery.
Birmingham City University
Stephen Bottomley, Bridie Lander
DEADLINE: 16/07/2017

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The School of Jewellery is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Lecturer/Programme Leader to join our friendly and experienced team and contribute to our continued successes and achievements at home and abroad within the Faculty of Art, Design and Media.
The School of Jewellery is the largest in Europe, with unrivalled facilities and expertise across this diverse specialist sector. Based in the heart of Birmingham’s thriving Jewellery Quarter since 1890, the school has achieved the highest national and global reputation across its PhD, MA ,BA, BSC and HND courses.

The person appointed will lead The MA Luxury Jewellery Management, a programme that will address the specific management, marketing and leadership challenges and opportunities of the luxury jewellery industry. The ideal candidate should have experience of working in management roles in the luxury sector, particularly with fashion or jewellery. The candidate should also demonstrate an awareness of international jewellery markets, as well as a related degree in jewellery, fashion, marketing or management. They will have an excellent understanding of the subject area and a thorough knowledge of the luxury market, retailing, branding. Experience of teaching is an advantage.


Job description

For further information please contact the Head of School, Professor Stephen Bottomley.

Location: School of Jewellery.
Salary: £35,101 to £38,153 per annum. Part Time 0.6FTE
Interview Date: Thursday 27 July 2017.
Reference: 062017-154.

Birmingham City University offers excellent benefits which include up to 32 days annual holiday, an index linked contributory pension scheme and an employee medical scheme.

Birmingham City University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.