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Pathway Leader - Architecture & Interior Design (0.5 FTE)

Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Not Specified
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 13th January 2021
Closes: 20th January 2021
Job Ref: CATS 1163

Contract Type: 0.5 Contract

Contract Term: Permanent

Location: Cambridge

Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts (CSVPA) continues to develop the skills and confidence of many inspiring artists and performers on pathways which include Art & Design, Drama and Music, Fashion and Graphic Design. Our school provides a unique and highly personalised method of learning, creating an environment in which to nurture, educate and encourage creative individuals.

Over the last 30 years we have increased our portfolio to include Degrees and a Master's preparation programme and established links with leading institutions, including University of the Arts London Awarding Body, Kingston University and Britain's most famous theatre school The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. We have given students the skills and confidence necessary to progress into some of the most prestigious and competitive drama schools, music conservatoires and art and design schools in the world.

The applicant will need to have an Art & Design Degree, teaching qualification and ideally industry experience, knowledge of and experience with Concept Generation, Laser cutting, 3D printing and a wide range of 3D skills which should include glass, ceramics, metal and wood work.

Key responsibilities and capabilities

The following section outlines a more detailed but not exhaustive description of the duties pertinent to this post:

Teaching & Learning

  • Deliver outstanding teaching, learning and assessment through planning and preparation of classes, which enthuses and inspires students to reach their potential and promote enjoyment of learning
  • Apply a variety of effective learning styles, materials, resources, approaches and methods, having regard to the individual student’s learning needs and according to the type course type as well as differentiating between learners’ needs
  • Support and encourage students’ progression into the College’s HE courses where appropriate
  • Investigate/research your subject area to ensure students are receiving up-to-date information, trends, methods of working, materials and processes
  • Induct students appropriately, to provide educational advice, counselling, guidance, and tutorial support to students, including individual learning plans as directed
  • Supervise students’ attendance and behaviour and follow up as appropriate, in accordance with the Behaviour and Attendance policies
  • Ensure lessons are in line with Schemes of Work and their respective objectives, and that these are shared with students, feeding back on materials, courses and lessons to academic and other managers/colleagues as required
  • Supervise and accompany students on excursions/trips, as appropriate, ensuring their safety andwelfare at all times
  • Encourage students to participate in extracurricular activities
  • Deal with student issues/emergencies as and when they arise
  • Contribute towards making a positive and productive physical environment that enhances learning

For a full job description and to complete an application form, please go to

https://www.catscolleges.com/careers/vacancies,pathway-leader-architecture-interior-design_1229.htm

Application forms should be returned to recruitment@catscolleges.com

Closing Date: 20/01/2021

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