COMPANY: GREATER BRIGHTON METROPOLITAN COLLEGE
JOB TYPE: Permanent , Part Time
SALARY: £25643 - £34433 Per Year pro rata for part-time
Part-Time - 0.6 FTE (22.2 hours per week)
Based at the Central Campus, Brighton
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer – Level 3 Foundation Diploma, Fine Art Pathway Specialist with Pathway Leader Responsibilities
The Creative Industries Department at Greater Brighton Metropolitan College has an exciting and rare opportunity for a Fine Art pathway specialist to join the dynamic and friendly Foundation Diploma team. The Creative Industries department is a vibrant hub of creativity offering our students an authentic and cultural, art school experience - it really is an exciting place to teach and to learn. The MET has a long tradition of delivering outstanding arts education at our Brighton campus which is centrally located at the heart of the city’s bustling North Laine and New England Quarter.
The successful candidate will be joining our existing Foundation Diploma team who are experts in their respective pathways and fully supported by specialist technicians to instruct and develop our student’s talent. This team's outstanding results and the high quality of our student’s work speak for themselves.
As such, we are looking for an outstanding candidate who has the skills and the experience to lead, manage and teach on our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Fine Art pathway. Applicants for this post must have experience of teaching Foundation Diploma and a familiarity with UAL awarding body qualifications will be a distinct advantage. Applicants should possess a broad and varied arts skill-base to include fine art painting, contextual studies, drawing and life drawing. The Met is one of the largest UAL awarding body centres in the country and we have a proud history of outstanding provision.
If successful, you will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Fine Art pathway programme and cohort including the design of creative and imaginative assignments, devising exciting and challenging schemes of work, supporting student recruitment (including interviews and visiting local feeder schools and sixth forms) as well as portfolio-based interviews, trips and visits, tutorial and pastoral support, UCAS support, assessment and all associated course and quality related administration.
You must be educated to degree level or higher in a creative arts subject. We particularly welcome applications from candidates with outstanding skills in Fine Art with a post-graduate teaching qualification.
Remote Interviews and microteach will take place 8th or 9th June 2020
Role: Lecturer - Fine Art
Job Type: Permanent , Part Time
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