|Salary:||£45 per hour|
|Placed On:||17th November 2021|
|Closes:||10th December 2021|
The Department for Continuing Education specialises in providing quality education to adult learners and is seeking tutors to teach a variety of courses in History of Art on a rolling basis. Candidates will be well-qualified academically with experience of teaching and researching at university level. The minimum qualification required is a PhD or equivalent experience in a relevant art historical subject or in museum curation.
Each year the Department for Continuing Education offers some 1,000 courses and has some 20,000 students. Many of these courses are credit bearing, open access courses, mainly taught by part-time tutors. In addition to our open access courses, the Department offers opportunities for students to progress to award-bearing programmes at undergraduate and graduate level.
We are seeking part-time tutors to teach on Undergraduate award-bearing courses: Foundation Certificates and Undergraduate Certificates (First-year undergraduate level (FHEQ level 4)) and Undergraduate Diplomas (Second-year undergraduate level (FHEQ level 5)). These are part-time award-bearing courses taught over a period of at least one year. Tutors’ duties include teaching face to face and marking and providing feedback on assessments.
All face to face teaching is dependent on Government guidance and University regulations, which are subject to change. Teaching is expected to take place in person, with reasonable travel expenses payable, although we are prepared to move this teaching online (either fully or partly) should circumstances dictate.
We are specifically seeking candidates who are familiar with the latest developments and debates in the discipline. We especially welcome applications from candidates who demonstrate an ability to teach global approaches to the History of Art including visual media and material culture more broadly conceived.
Appointments will be made on a rolling basis up until 15 December 2021.
Committed to equality and valuing diversity.
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