|Salary:||£12,937 to £15,434 (£32,343 to £38,587 FTE) pa. Starting salary will be £12,937 (£32,343) pa|
|Placed On:||13th May 2022|
|Closes:||7th June 2022|
Plymouth College of Art is widely regarded as a dynamic, innovative community of creative learning and practice in arts, media, design and communication: one of a small number of university sector independent art schools remaining in the UK. Nationally and internationally recognised for innovation across the continuum of creative education and for its ethical commitment to creative learning [through pedagogical innovation] and social justice [through community impact and social mobility]. PCA continues to foster international partnerships, developing a vibrant culture of scholarship and research.
Forward thinking, PCA is a creative community working across the fields of contemporary art, craft, design and media, with a focus on inquiry-led practice and integrated learning. The College puts the student at the centre, and is committed to interdisciplinary dialogue and open resources, providing an exciting context for collaboration, network building, and professional opportunities.
We are seeking to appoint an ambitious Lecturer to contribute to the development of the subject and teach on the BA (Hons) Costume Production programme. You will demonstrate a broad range of knowledge and expertise across the subject, a commitment to expanded practices (including new and emergent technologies), a range of professional contexts, and champion the integration of theory and practice in learning and teaching through the delivery of contextual themes and supporting students with their dissertation work.
The role will ensure the highest standards of learning and teaching, research and scholarship, knowledge transfer, and student experience in line with the ambitions of the School of Design + Communication, and in support of PCA’s strategic plan. The post holder will be active in their field contributing to Plymouth College of Art’s emerging research culture.
Questions regarding the programme area can be directed to Peter Barker, Head of School Design + Communication email firstname.lastname@example.org
Plymouth College of Art does not accept CVs in place of application forms.
Closing Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022 (9.00am)
It is anticipated that the interviews will take place on Friday 17 June 2022
Plymouth College of Art has a strong commitment to the safeguarding & welfare of young people & vulnerable adults. A satisfactory DBS disclosure at Enhanced Level will be required from successful candidates as a condition of appointment.
We celebrate equality, diversity and difference, and welcome candidates from all communities.
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