Part-time Hourly Lecturer - Fashion

Norwich University of the Arts

BA Hons Fashion at NUA is a successful and expanding, Creative Skillset Accredited Ticked, course with a strong reputation for supporting students to become creative and technically skilled professional designers.

We are looking for a part-time hourly lecturer to join our team of academic staff working across the undergraduate and/or postgraduate provision at the University. 

The post holder is required to contribute to teaching on the BA Hons Fashion Award, this role requires a high level of understanding and experience of the fashion industry and expertise in one or more of the following areas: 

  • Fashion design tutor with a strong awareness of contemporary fashion. Experience of working in design within a commercial context and/or industry is an advantage. Demonstrable competence in preparing and delivering taught sessions and experience of assessment at undergraduate level are requirements of the role. 
  • Fashion illustration tutor working across year groups, with an informed knowledge of contemporary fashion illustration techniques. Experience of working in design with industry experience of media and trends is an advantage. 
  • This role involves working with Year 2 and 3 BA students and requires expertise in pattern cutting, toiling, sampling and production of garments. A high level of understanding and experience of the fashion industry is required together with good skills in 2D to 3D translation, flat pattern cutting and draping on the stand. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate ability and commitment to quality of make in their own practice. Demonstrable competence in preparing and delivering taught sessions and experience of assessment at undergraduate level are requirements of the role.

The successful candidate will ideally have experience of the teaching and learning requirements within a Higher Education environment. The post will involve preparation for and delivery of tutorials, workshops, lectures, critiques and seminars across the curriculum and may involve assessment. Working days will be allocated in negotiation with the Course Leader.

Interviews will be in week commencing 4th September 2017

Application packs and further details for the above post are available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs

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