Deadline: Monday 4 July 2016.
£28,000–30,000 (depending on qualification & experience)
Full time, Ongoing Contract
We are looking for a knowldgeable and engaging educator to teach digital film modules in SAE HE programmes under the guidance of the Programme Coordinator. As a member of the Liverpool based faculty you will be responsible for delivery of modules assigned to you providing expert teaching according to programme specifications and best practice teaching, timely and effective feedback to students and providing accurate assessment results by the dates advised by the Academic Coordinator. All faculty are expected to participate in continuous professional development and contribute to the academic culture of the campus and SAE UK. Student pastoral care includes timely feedback, consultation on module content and general academic guidance and reporting student engagement such as accurate and timely attendance records.
- A Masters degree in a related field, or Hons degree and a PG Cert Education (en route to a Masters qualification, attending with demonstrable evidence of satisfactory progress)
- Relevant expert industry experience
- Proficient with industry-standard equipment and software including: Adobe Creative
- Suite, DaVinci Resolve and Avid Media Composer
- An innate understanding of digital media platforms and online distribution
- Knowledge on the various production stages within the film industry
- Teaching experience, including the creation of session plans and preparation of materials
- Possess outstanding communication, interpersonal skills, be highly organised and possess good time management skills
- Prior experience in supervising students on projects and academic assignments
- Proven organisational skills
- Familiar with using the Internet and email
- Demonstrated student service orientation
- Ability to conduct assessment and moderation
- Ability to work in and foster a harmonious working environment
- Willingness to pursue professional development opportunities
- Must have rights to live and work in the UK.
- Knowledge of production pipelines
- Knowledge of game development techniques
- Ability to create and build on industry links
- Qualification in Education or fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
- Flexible approach to delivering sessions
- Proficient with industry-standard equipment and software (Final Cut)
- Team leadership experience.
What we offer
An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate. The Navitas Group offers outstanding long-term career opportunities within the UK and abroad, and is values driven and an equal opportunity employer
Enquiries and applications to be submitted here. Please address a cover letter regarding the selection criteria, and a CV to Carl Copeland, Film Programme Coordinator – SAE Liverpool, SAE-HR@navitas.com. Applications close on 4th July 2016.
For full position description and application form, visit the website.