Bank Sessional Lecturer for Art & Design - Greater Brighton Metropolit
Bank Sessional Lecturer for Art & Design
Job ref: BK190A
Salary: GBP10.05 - GBP15.67 per hour*
* for each contact teaching hour you will be paid at 1.5 times this rate to allow for preparation, marking and training time.
N.B. The availability of teaching hours for sessional bank lecturers varies throughout the academic year. Sessional bank lecturers may be required to contribute to the delivery of specialist project inputs, provide teaching cover during staff sickness, or support the delivery of new commercial courses and over recruited courses.
Main purpose and scope of the role:
We are looking to add to our bank of sessional Art and Design lecturers who can contribute to the teaching and assessment on a range of UAL (University of the Arts London) Art and Design courses, including Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Diplomas, Extended Diplomas and the Foundation Diploma.
We are seeking enthusiastic and highly motivated Art and Design lecturers with a commitment to teaching and motivating mixed ability 16-18 year old students, who are able to provide outstanding teaching, learning and assessment within the following subject specialisms:
- Fashion & Textiles
- Three dimensional design
- Graphics and Illustration
This role involves supporting the learning processes from student enrolment to assessing the outcomes of learning and achievement and all associated administration, and may also require undertaking pastoral responsibilities.
You will have a high level of professional knowledge, experience and understanding of the subject area, along with a relevant degree or professional qualification.
You will have teaching experience along with a recognised teaching qualification and effective communication skills, both written and verbal. A commitment to equality of opportunity is essential as is a passion for the creative education and the creative industries.
You will have a GCSE in Maths and English (minimum Grade C) or equivalent or willingness to gain. Ideally you will possess assessor or verifier awards or other appropriate specialist training qualification.