Sessional Tutor – Millinery: Hat Making

Job Roles:
Teacher/Lecturer, Trainer/Assessor
Organisation Type:
Further Education
Organisation:
FE College
Contract Type:
Part Time
Subject Area:
Art and Design
Region:
London
Contract Term:
Any
Salary Description:
£29.07 per hour
Posted:
27th Feb 2019
Start Date:
Recruiter:
Working Men's College
Job Ref:

WMC- The Camden College

Min. 3 hours per week

*September start*

We are currently looking for an inspirational and creative individual who is passionate and experienced about teaching Millinery: Hat Making.

Applicants must have an exceptional experience to deliver a programme at beginner’s level to more advanced one, the ability to translate a 2D design into creative 3D outcomes and to deliver teaching, learning and assessment within this specialist area to the highest possible standard.

The right candidate will have the experience to deliver hat making across a variety of different hat styles and using a wide range of materials, from felt to straw, sinamay and woven as also a great experience for the development of patterns for both soft and structured hats.

Ultimately to provide other support, advice and guidance and assessment to ensure the best possible student experience.

Ideally, you will have experience of delivering courses to adults either in an Adult Education, FE, HE or workshop setting and hold a teaching qualification.

If you are interested, please complete an application form and send it to recruitment@wmcollege.ac.uk detailing why you will be suitable for the role.

This advert closes on 24th April 2019 and interviews will be held on 1st May (NB: Teaching slot will currently be timetabled for Fridays starting from September 2019)

Please find attached the Sessional Job Description. If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact Giuseppe Gallo (giuseppeg@wmcollege.ac.uk) the curriculum manager.

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Closing Date:
24/04/2019
Contact Details:
Working Men's College
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