Sessional Ceramics Tutor, London

Closing date:

The Working Men's CollegeLondon

Date posted:
Start date: ASAP
Contract type: Part Time
Salary: £28.79 per hour
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

Sessional Ceramics Tutor

must be fully qualified (or willing to complete a teaching training qualification) and have experience of teaching adults  

Part Time  

We are looking for a Sessional Tutor to join our Art and Design team to teach our Ceramics Evening courses- starting in September 2018.  The right candidate will have extensive knowledge of Ceramics as part of their main practice. Strong technical skills are required, and the ability to teach a range of processes using different tools and materials. The ability to deliver to a wide range of students at different levels is essential. 

 Applicants must be available to teach one class on Tuesday and Thursday evening for 3 terms a year. 

 This job role will be based at our main site in Camden, two minutes’ walk from Mornington Crescent and 10 minutes from Camden Town. 

 This position requires the appointed person to undertake an enhanced DBS check.    

The closing date for applications is on 18th July 2018 at 10:00am. Interview and assessment will take place on Monday 23rd of July 2018.  

To apply for this role, please download and complete our application form located below. Download the Job Description for further information and details about the role. Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@wmcollege.ac.uk or by post to Human Resources, WMC – The Camden College, 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR.



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More about The Working Men's College
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Phase: Further Education
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 16+ years
Denomination: Non-denominational
Address: 44 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1TR, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 73872037

History

Working Men's College (WMC), the oldest surviving adult education institute in Europe, was founded in 1854 and was associated with the Cooperative Movement and the Christian Socialists, stemming, from the same tradition that led later to the ...