Academic Scale B5-C10 – £6,443 - £8,057 per annum (£21,478 – £26,858 FTE per annum) dependant on qualifications and experience
August 24th 2012
Plymouth College of Art is an independent specialist Art College active since 1856.
We are a distinctive, innovative and supportive learning community working in contemporary art, design and media.
The College offers a strong portfolio of further and higher education programmes which include Masters, Foundation and BA (Hons) level degrees, short and bespoke courses and services for creative business and creative apprenticeships.
You will be an exceptionally motivated and qualified lecturer/practitioner to help us realise our ambitious developmental agendas at regional, national and international levels, possessing a strong commitment to the Colleges purpose, ethos, values and vision.
With our exciting new £4 million Contemporary Crafts building, we offer our own glass-making studio and are able to offer expert teaching in glass blowing, kiln forming, architectural process and casting. The course explores learning-through-making, with introduction to design from industry and studio practice, through to developing and refining students’ expertise and professionalism through links with established artists and industry. The crafts programme have with links with courses in Shanghai, Beijing and Pretoria.
As well as teaching, you will be involved in assessments, tutorials and contributing to the development of a progressive curriculum on the Contemporary Crafts Foundation Degree and BA Degree.
For further details and an application form please visit www.plymouthart.ac.uk
Please send your completed application form to:
Human Resources Department Plymouth College of Art Tavistock Place, Plymouth, PL4 8AT Telephone: 01752 203420, Fax: 01752 203455 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plymouth College of Art does not accept CV’s in place of application forms.
Closing Date: 24th August 2012 (3.00pm)
Job: 0.3 PROPORTIONAL GLASS LECTURER