Lecturer in Art Fashion and Design Bank
Variable hours Bank Contract 0-37 hours per week
Hourly Paid Contract £25.22 Teaching Rate / £16.31 non-teaching rate
Based at the St Albans Campus
We are currently looking for passionate people to join us in the AFD Department on an hourly paid basis to build up our pool of staff for temporary cover. This role is a casual ‘bank’ tutor/lecturer role with no set hours, the opportunity to work more hours to support the Curriculum Team during busy months and absences.
The successful candidate for the role will possess strong organisational skills and can teach across all Art, Fashion & Design specialisms from Level 1 to Level 3 with a focus on Fashion & Textiles.
The Art Department has moved to purpose-built facilities with designated specialist workshops in 3D, Ceramics, Photography, Print, Painting, Fashion, Textiles and Interactive media, including up to date software. We are typically looking for an art and design tutor who, through experience of delivering across several creative courses will possess a range of skills from drawing and visual recording through to printmaking, working with 3D processes, textile and fashion processes and techniques.
To be considered for this role, candidates need to hold the following: a degree in Art, Fashion & Design and a recognised Level 3 teaching qualification.
Closing Date: Thursday 27th May - Early applications are advised as the advert may close before the closing date.
Interviews will take place via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 15th June
WHAT WE OFFER:
• Automatic entry into the Teachers’ pension Scheme.
• A dedicated and friendly team of professionals who are keen to develop and learn.
• Excellent CPD opportunities to grow and development through mentorship and coaching.
• Free onsite parking.
• Subsidised onsite restaurant.
• A cycle scheme and discounted gym membership.
• Fantastic facilities to resource your ability to teach your students.
THE RIGHT CANDIDATE WILL HAVE:
• A detailed knowledge of the curriculum and its means of delivery
• High standards of communication and interpersonal skills.
• The ability to work as a team.
• The ability to work towards deadlines.
• The ability to motivate both students and your peers.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates and disabled candidates.
Oaklands College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Employment is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory safeguarding checks.