The Faculty of Creative Industries and ICT is looking for the following:
Music Performance Lecturer
Part Time (0.5), Permanent
Salary: £15, 201.50 - £18,854 (pro rata of £30,403 - £37,708 per annum incl. London Weighting Allowance per annum)
United Colleges Group is a £60m turnover, group of Further Education Colleges with ambition. With a thriving student population, a strong and growing business portfolio and a stunning £102m campus, we are poised to become the first-choice Colleges in the capital for students and staff and to have a national profile. Located in the heart of London, the Group provides a wide range of qualifications at Further and Higher Education levels in a highly inclusive environment. The group consists of City of Westminster College, and the College of North West London, both graded “Good” by Ofsted and leading in their fields.
As a Lecturer in Music Performance, you will demonstrate the ability to deliver outstanding teaching and learning as well as a destination focused experience that will enable our students to succeed in the ever-changing world of work. You will be an inspiring Musician, versed in contemporary Musical styles and able to lead students thorough compositional work, group/solo performances, professional development and Music business projects.
You will provide the highest quality educational experience in Music Performance across a range of programmes, covering subjects as diverse as song writing and live performance skills. You will contribute to the positioning of these courses as the premier local choice for students looking to develop a career in the music industry.
The successful applicant will be an enthusiastic team player who shares our passion for success and is keen to contribute to the excellent delivery of Music Performance to students. We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants with a singing/vocal coaching background.
As a successful candidate you will have:
• Strong curriculum knowledge and team working that delivers multiple and diverse teaching methods
• Strong industry experience and subject abilities.
• Strong track record of good or better teaching & learning delivery across a range of levels, with high quality student outcomes
• Well-developed organisational, communication and teamwork skills
• An ability to engage and motivate students to deliver high performance outcomes in a further education environment
• An ability to develop the quality of the student experience that leads to outstanding outcomes
• Good communication and presentation skills, written and verbal
• An ability to effectively embed equal opportunities and safeguarding into curriculum delivery
• A good understanding of how technology can be used to enhance teaching, learning and assessment in classroom, workplace and virtual contexts
• A strong drive towards innovation in teaching, learning and assessment
Job ref: Mus Performance May 2019
Closing Date: 5pm, Wednesday 22nd May 2019
City of Westminster 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.