Lecturer A – Ceramics/Art

Location
Exeter, Devon
Salary
£21,784 - £23,096
Posted
21 Feb 2018
Closes
07 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Lecturer A – Ceramics/Art (with technician duties)

Salary: £21,784 - £23,096 (pro rata)

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 14.8 hours per week (0.4 FTE)

This role is a mixture of technical support, instructing and lecturing. We are looking for someone with excellent knowledge of the arts and a passion for sharing this.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a successful and friendly Faculty of Art & Design. Successful applicants are likely to have had experience of working with a range of learners with varied educational backgrounds, and must be committed to outstanding teaching and learning.

We are seeking a forward-thinking and highly motivated Lecturer to teach art across our programmes, assist with curriculum development, market and promote courses.

This role involves overseeing a number of studios and other facilities. Some basic maintenance and preparation of art equipment is involved. The ideal candidate should feel confident when using and inducting students in a broad range of art media and equipment; for example you should able to pug clay, prepare paints / glazes. An understanding of kilns and firing is essential.

You will be able to demonstrate recent experience of teaching at a post compulsory level, have industry experience or hold a relevant degree. Up to date knowledge of contemporary arts practice. We are looking for someone with a teaching qualification or the willingness to work towards one.

A flexible approach and excellent organisational/ interpersonal skills are required. A sound communicator, your administrative skills will be strong along with good problem solving skills. You will be an effective team player able to develop and disseminate best practise within the team and faculty.

If you have the passion and enthusiasm for the arts and enjoy working with young people, this could be the post for you.

Closing deadline for applications is Wednesday 7th March 2018.