Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts (CSVPA) continues to develop the skills and confidence of many inspiring artists and performers on pathways which include Art & Design, Drama and Music, Fashion and Graphic Design. Our school provides a unique and highly personalised method of learning, creating an environment in which to nurture, educate and encourage creative individuals.
Over the last 30 years we have increased our portfolio to include Degrees and a Master's preparation programme and established links with leading institutions, including University of the Arts London Awarding Body, Kingston University and Britain's most famous theatre school The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. We have given students the skills and confidence necessary to progress into some of the most prestigious and competitive drama schools, music conservatoires and art and design schools in the world.
The applicant will need to have an Art & Design Degree, teaching qualification and ideally industry experience, knowledge of and experience with Concept Generation, Laser cutting, 3D printing and a wide range of 3D skills which should include glass, ceramics, metal and wood work.
To teach future facing, experimental 3D Design to UAL FAD Level 3 & 4 and Extended Diploma Level 3 students.
Key responsibilities and capabilities
1.To teach Foundation Art Diploma Art Specialism (3D design) within the College as required.
2.To plan, prepare and teach strong lessons for the classroom which enthuse and inspire students, and promote enjoyment of learning. To effectively use a variety of learning styles, having regard to the individual learning needs of students. To select and sequence appropriate materials, resources and approaches according to the course type and learners.
3.To assess, track and provide relevant and timely feedback on achievement, progress and developmental needs to students, academic and other managers/colleagues, including student records.
4.To set and mark promptly independent study to be completed outside of lessons in accordance with the College Marking and Assessment Policy.
5.To write half-termly reports on students with clear formative comments and targets as to how to improve work, by deadlines given, and provide regular estimated grades and feedback on tests as required. Maintain effective records of lessons, grades awarded and marks given in class. Ensure accurate attendance records are kept for every lesson using the College electronic systems.
6.To set, evaluate, and mark students’ course work, homework and other assignments promptly, and to record marks on College systems as requested, in accordance with the College Assessment and Marking Policy and procedures.