About the role:
We currently have an opportunity for a Lecturer in Art & Design to be responsible for teaching on the UAL Level 2 and 3 Diploma in A&D (16-18) and tutoring 2nd year students.
Other general curriculum responsibilities will also include internal verification, curriculum development, planning and the administration of courses. As the 3D specialist this would include co-ordinating resources, teaching, tutoring, and exhibiting students work.
You will be a 3D specialist/Teacher with extensive experience of working with a variety of materials and techniques. You need to have knowledge of 3D skills used in the contemporary Art world and the creative industry. You need to know what students need to produce in relation to progression onto either higher level courses, training for apprentices or work. Sound knowledge and experience of teaching on UAL L2 and 3 courses is essential, and experience of working in multi-disciplinary contexts such as Art and Design and Fashion. You will also need to have a wide understanding of the Art and Design Industry to enrich students’ sketchbooks and practical work. You will need to monitor students’ progress and give written as well as verbal assessment feedback to deadline. You will need to lead on students’ FMP work and end of year exhibition of art and design work.
It’s not just our environment that makes this such a great place to work. We employ talented staff at all levels, are Investors in People accredited and have highly motivated students (96% of whom are happy with our teaching and learning). In fact, we’re London’s Leading College – but we’re always striving to do things even better which is why it’s so important that we attract the most talented teachers, lecturers, and support staff. People who can help us build on all our successes so far.
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Closing Date: 28th September 2021
Interview Date: 5th October 2021
City and Islington College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.