Sessional Lecturer - Photography

Recruiter
Greater Brighton Metropolitan College
Location
Brighton
Posted
21 Jul 2019
Closes
23 Jul 2019
Ref
1213441736
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Sessional hours - approximately 3 hours per week, with some variable hours depending on business need.

Based at the Central Campus, Brighton

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly motivated sessional lecturer in Photography to teach on our highly popular and successful UAL Photography courses within the Creative Industries department at Brighton Metropolitan College.
  • UAL Awarding body Level 3 Diploma course in Art & Design (Photography)
  • UAL Awarding body Level 3-4 Foundation & Extended Diploma course in Art & Design (Photography)

Brighton MET College is a University of the Arts awarding body centre delivering the full suite of creative qualifications which support the departmental vision for learners to develop independence of practice through practical and reflective study.

Our Photography courses focus on the development of technical skills, research skills, idea generation, visual communication, critical thinking, evaluative & reflective skills, design concepts and the creative use of technology.

Students cover a wide range of specialist Photography skills including:
  • Digital and analogue camera usage
  • Darkroom techniques
  • Creative image making inputs: cyanotype.
  • Professional studio lighting: Portrait/ still life/ fashion.
  • Editing using programmes such as Adobe Photoshop/ Lightroom
  • Web design.
  • Production research, planning & post-production
  • Contextual research.

Brighton and Hove is an important centre for the Creative Industries and we are looking for a forward-thinking individual with experience of technical, practical & research-based Photography teaching.

The candidate should have proven the experience of delivering outstanding teaching and learning and be highly committed to working with, motivating and inspiring young people who have ambitions to work in Photography and the Creative Industries.

The role involves the delivery of specialist Photography skills, the assessment of student work, feedback to students, monitoring of student progress and all associated administration.

This role requires a high level of professional knowledge, experience and understanding of the subject area, along with a relevant degree.

Interviews will be held during early September 2019

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