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Weekend Librarian (Saturday) - Chelsea College of Arts  

academic jobs - England, GB

Your profile With relevant experience of library work and a degree in either Library and Information Studies or any subject plus a postgraduate qualification in Library and Information Studies or equivalent...

from: - 14 days ago

HE Careers Mentor  

Hawksfold Media Ltd T/A onlyFE - Fareham, Hampshire, South East, UK

Fareham College offers brand new state of the art facilities comprised of workshops, teaching classrooms, learning resource centres, restaurants, a theatre, a hair & beauty salon and associated facilities... £25k per year

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from: - Yesterday

Impact Officer  

academic jobs - Wales, GB

This position is full-time (35 hours per week) and is fixed-term until 27 November 2020.. Salary: £33,199 - £39,609 per annum (Grade 6). For informal enquiries about this vacancy, please contact the University...

from: - 4 days ago

Lecturer in Media Studies  

North Kent College - DA1 1 Kent, United Kingdom (+2 locations)

Applicants will have specialist knowledge of and, ideally, professional experience within the field, possessing relevant vocational qualifications. Teaching experience related to this discipline is desirable...

from: (+4 sources) - 4 days ago

Lecturer in Art and Design  

Bournemouth and Poole College - Poole, Dorset, Dorset, South West, UK

Our passion is to ensure stud... £21,160 to £34,515 pa (pro rata)

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from: - 6 days ago

Art Teacher - Teaching Personnel  

Teaching Personnel - England (+1 location)

As Art being such a popular subject area, with the increased number of students taking Art as a GCSE, Teaching Personnel are recruiting an experienced Art Teacher to work in one of our partner schools... £23720 - £39406 per annum

from: (+1 source) - 2 days ago

Administrator, School of Arts & Humanities  

academic jobs - England, GB (+1 location)

The College is looking to an Administrator, working five days per week, to support the delivery, coordination, organisation and administration of postgraduate programmes supporting the school general manager...

from: (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Lecturers in Law - Teaching and Research  

academic jobs - Wales, GB (+1 location)

Any queries relating to this post are to be directed to Professor Urfan Khaliq the Head of School at Salary: £33,199 - £39,609 per annum (Grade 6) Closing date: Thursday, 8 August 2019 Please be aware...

from: (+2 sources) - 4 days ago


TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT - United Kingdom (+2 locations)

All staff must conduct themselves in an appropriate professional manner at all times, and to support and foster the aims of the College and the Catholic Ethos. You must teach effectively, being cognisant...

from: (+4 sources) - 6 days ago

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Tutor (Research), Writing 0.4 FTE  

academic jobs - England, GB (+1 location)

Combining workshop models of teaching and learning, and public-facing projects with leading arts organisations, the MA provides the skills required for a successful career in writing, the arts or a research...

from: (+1 source) - 5 days ago

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There is a consistent need for educated and talented artists to fill employment roles in college art programs, as tutors or instructors, lecturers, advisors, department heads and directors. Those working in this field also have the ability to move into desirable positions in the world of commercial art
The field of art education requires a strong creative drive as well as extremely effective communication skills, in addition to thorough knowledge and applicable skills in the arts.
Those working in this field are generally expected to hold at least a bachelor’s degree in the arts and typically a master’s degree and/or PhD is also required for instructors, directors, professors, department heads and the like. Lower-level posts are often available for those still working toward a degree
Salaries for individuals working within college art programs in the UK begin at around £25,000 per annum for administrators, tutors and entry-level posts, though program directors and tenured professors can make in the neighbourhood £50,000 per annum or more; however, competition is fierce for such positions.

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