Art and Design Lecturer (Fashion and Textiles), INTO Manchester

Deadline: Tuesday 19 April 2016.

Location: Manchester
Salary: £25,469 to £34,458 pro rata
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent

INTO is an organisation working in partnership with leading UK and US universities and investing in the development of world-class student study centres. It specialises in preparing international students for undergraduate and postgraduate study with both academic and English language support. The courses at our Centres, upon successful completion, guarantee progression to leading UK and US undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as stand-alone English language courses. INTO Manchester is a wholly owned INTO University Partnerships venture.

INTO Manchester is looking to recruit a part time lecturer to be part of a teaching team for the International Foundation Programme in Art and Design in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University.

We require a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and experienced lecturer to teach Art and Design at pre-degree level to international students. To fit into the holistic structure of the programme, we are seeking to recruit a candidate with a background in Fashion and Textiles. The ideal candidate will have specialist knowledge of Fashion and Textiles with broad knowledge, understanding and experience of other Art and Design specialisms. The candidate will be confident in teaching across a range of disciplines as well as their own specialism of Fashion and Textiles.

Grade D £25,469 – £34,458 pro rata

If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and interest for this post, please send your CV with a covering letter saying why you are interested in working for INTO Manchester to Christine Atherton, INTO Manchester, Bridgewater House, 58/60 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 6LT, or email by the closing date of 10am on Tuesday 19 April 2016.

Interviews will be held on Monday 25 April 2016.

As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that:

references will be followed up;
all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily;
proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required;
reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18;
appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.

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