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Senior Lecturer Fine Art (0.5FTE)

We are looking for a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, with subject specialism in Painting, to teach Fine Art practice students on BA(Hons) Fine Art programme, within the Department of Art & Performance. Through research & scholarly activities, you will to contribute to the development of new areas in your relevant subject field, including contributing to the development of the existing Teaching Painting and Painting Manchester research groups. BA (Hons) Fine Art is a studio-based programme that provides students with the platform to confidently enter the professional world of the artist and arts professional. Students will actively investigate the breadth of approaches and practices in contemporary fine art. The programme is taught by professional artists that are actively engaged in contemporary practice and research. The diversity of approach and investigation creates a distinctive group of staff and students that engage with and question a divergent range of approaches to studio practice and externally engaged projects. Fine Art is the by far the largest curriculum offer within The Department of Art and Performance at Manchester School of Art. The department also consists of Art History, Curating, Performance and Acting areas as well as a large Ofsted outstanding Foundation Diploma in Art & Design. Fine Art at Manchester has recorded high level national league table positions and along with Design features in the QS World Ranking tables. About the role We are looking for a 0.5 FTE Senior Lecturer, to bring specialist skills, expertise and research in Painting, to teach into our BA Fine Art programme. As a practicing artist you will have substantial experience and knowledge of the field of Fine Art; its breadth and scope and have a track-record of delivering teaching to practice-based students within a studio environment. An ability to bring your specialist experience of contemporary painting practice to BA students from a diverse range of backgrounds is essential. BA Fine Art is a large programme and you will be joining a dynamic, externally facing Department of Art & Performance that places high importance in collegiate and cross-cutting work. If you would like to apply, please take the time to consider the essential criteria in the job description and provide us with a CV that demonstrates your suitability for the role. Deadline for applications: 31st July, 2022 For informal enquiries please contact HoD Art & Performance, Prof. Tim Brennan  at [email protected] Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce. We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.

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Senior Lecturer Fine Art (0.5FTE)

We are looking for a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, with subject specialism in Painting, to teach Fine Art practice students on BA(Hons) Fine Art programme, within the Department of Art & Performance. Through research & scholarly activities, you will to contribute to the development of new areas in your relevant subject field, including contributing to the development of the existing Teaching Painting and Painting Manchester research groups. BA (Hons) Fine Art is a studio-based programme that provides students with the platform to confidently enter the professional world of the artist and arts professional. Students will actively investigate the breadth of approaches and practices in contemporary fine art. The programme is taught by professional artists that are actively engaged in contemporary practice and research. The diversity of approach and investigation creates a distinctive group of staff and students that engage with and question a divergent range of approaches to studio practice and externally engaged projects. Fine Art is the by far the largest curriculum offer within The Department of Art and Performance at Manchester School of Art. The department also consists of Art History, Curating, Performance and Acting areas as well as a large Ofsted outstanding Foundation Diploma in Art & Design. Fine Art at Manchester has recorded high level national league table positions and along with Design features in the QS World Ranking tables. About the role We are looking for a 0.5 FTE Senior Lecturer, to bring specialist skills, expertise and research in Painting, to teach into our BA Fine Art programme. As a practicing artist you will have substantial experience and knowledge of the field of Fine Art; its breadth and scope and have a track-record of delivering teaching to practice-based students within a studio environment. An ability to bring your specialist experience of contemporary painting practice to BA students from a diverse range of backgrounds is essential. BA Fine Art is a large programme and you will be joining a dynamic, externally facing Department of Art & Performance that places high importance in collegiate and cross-cutting work. If you would like to apply, please take the time to consider the essential criteria in the job description and provide us with a CV that demonstrates your suitability for the role. Deadline for applications: 31st July, 2022 For informal enquiries please contact HoD Art & Performance, Prof. Tim Brennan  at [email protected] Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce. We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.

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Lecturer Fine Art (0.5FTE)

We are looking for a Fine Art Lecturer, with subject specific skills and research in sculpture, to teach Fine Art practice students on BA(Hons) Fine Art programme, within the Department of Art & Performance. BA (Hons) Fine Art is a studio-based programme that provides students with the platform to confidently enter the professional world of the artist and arts professional. Students will actively investigate the breadth of approaches and practices in contemporary fine art. The programme is taught by professional artists that are actively engaged in contemporary practice and research. The diversity of approach and investigation creates a distinctive group of staff and students that engage with and question a divergent range of approaches to studio practice and externally engaged projects. Fine Art is the by far the largest curriculum offer within The Department of Art and Performance at Manchester School of Art. The department also consists of Art History, Curating, Performance and Acting areas as well as a large Ofsted outstanding Foundation Diploma in Art & Design. Fine Art at Manchester has recorded high level national league table positions and along with Design features in the QS World Ranking tables. About the role: Try to aim for 100-150 words about what the main purpose of the role is. If the person has to work specific days/hours include here. You might want to include contact details of someone to discuss the role with, and planned interview dates where known. We are looking for a 0.5 FTE Lecturer, with specialist expertise in Sculpture, to teach into our BA Fine Art programme. As a practicing artist you will have substantial experience and knowledge of the field of Fine Art, its breadth and scope and a track-record of delivering teaching to practice-based students within a studio environment. An ability to bring your specialist experience to BA students from a diverse range of backgrounds is essential. BA Fine Art is a large programme and you will be joining a dynamic, externally facing Department of Art & Performance that places high importance in collegiate and cross-cutting work. If you would like to apply, please take the time to consider the essential criteria in the job description and provide us with a CV that demonstrates your suitability for the role. Deadline for applications: 31st July, 2022 For informal enquiries please contact HoD Art & Performance, Prof. Tim Brennan  at [email protected] Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce. We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.

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Lecturer Fine Art (0.5FTE)

We are looking for a Fine Art Lecturer, with subject specific skills and research in sculpture, to teach Fine Art practice students on BA(Hons) Fine Art programme, within the Department of Art & Performance. BA (Hons) Fine Art is a studio-based programme that provides students with the platform to confidently enter the professional world of the artist and arts professional. Students will actively investigate the breadth of approaches and practices in contemporary fine art. The programme is taught by professional artists that are actively engaged in contemporary practice and research. The diversity of approach and investigation creates a distinctive group of staff and students that engage with and question a divergent range of approaches to studio practice and externally engaged projects. Fine Art is the by far the largest curriculum offer within The Department of Art and Performance at Manchester School of Art. The department also consists of Art History, Curating, Performance and Acting areas as well as a large Ofsted outstanding Foundation Diploma in Art & Design. Fine Art at Manchester has recorded high level national league table positions and along with Design features in the QS World Ranking tables. About the role: Try to aim for 100-150 words about what the main purpose of the role is. If the person has to work specific days/hours include here. You might want to include contact details of someone to discuss the role with, and planned interview dates where known. We are looking for a 0.5 FTE Lecturer, with specialist expertise in Sculpture, to teach into our BA Fine Art programme. As a practicing artist you will have substantial experience and knowledge of the field of Fine Art, its breadth and scope and a track-record of delivering teaching to practice-based students within a studio environment. An ability to bring your specialist experience to BA students from a diverse range of backgrounds is essential. BA Fine Art is a large programme and you will be joining a dynamic, externally facing Department of Art & Performance that places high importance in collegiate and cross-cutting work. If you would like to apply, please take the time to consider the essential criteria in the job description and provide us with a CV that demonstrates your suitability for the role. Deadline for applications: 31st July, 2022 For informal enquiries please contact HoD Art & Performance, Prof. Tim Brennan  at [email protected] Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to supporting the rights, responsibilities, dignity, health and wellbeing of staff and students through our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. We promote applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits that a diverse organisation can bring and particularly encourage applications from groups which are underrepresented in the University workforce. We recognise the benefits and importance of an environment that supports flexible working and are open to conversations about this throughout the application process.

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Architecture

Additional information: This is a fixed-term post to cover maternity cover.  Lecturer Salary from £34,304 p.aSenior Lecturer Salary from £39,739 p.a  The level of appointment would be determined by the selection panel following an interview.  We are deeply proud of our academic community. Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is a diverse and dynamic learning environment, defined by a shared sense of respect for all its people. Our mission is to be bold, to do the right things and to change lives, and our academics are key to realising those goals. Their work continues to reinforce our credentials as an award-winning university, and a research centre of excellence. Our continued success — underpinned by the number of prestigious national awards we’ve won — has hinged on two commitments: forging excellent partnerships around the world and harnessing the talents of all our people. We secured a ‘Gold’ rating in the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework; received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for our pioneering research; and in 2018, we were the first UK university to sign the Social Mobility Pledge, further demonstrating our commitment to ensuring ‘success for all’. NTU is a university at the peak of its powers, but we know we can still go even further. That’s why we’re now looking for new, passionate, ambitious people to join our community. If you are in the early stages of an academic career and are considering joining NTU, then our Early Career Academic Development Programme could be just right for you. If you are considering joining NTU as a Senior Lecturer you will benefit from our Senior Lecturer Career Framework, which recognises and rewards you based on your performance, contribution and achievement, and offers the opportunity of faster salary progression compared to the industry average. Nottingham Trent University is looking for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Architecture to join the Architecture Department on a fixed-term maternity cover.  The department looks to promote innovation and a multi-disciplinary approach, working closely with industry, the professions and practice. The department currently offers a BArch Architecture and MArch Architecture accredited by the RIBA and prescribed by ARB. You will have proven design, professional as well as academic experience, well developed knowledge of the construction industry and professions and an awareness of trends and market expectations in the sector. Working closely with the principal lecturer and course leader the role requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as supporting the learning of our students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  Experience in Technology and Environmental issues, Architectural Communications (analogue and digital), History & Theory and Design Studio will be advantageous. In addition to this the successful candidate will contribute to the development, assessment and management of academic programmes within the subject area whilst taking responsibility for undertaking relevant research, commercial and consultancy activities. Most importantly you should have a passion and enthusiasm for teaching and nurturing the next generation of designers. Interview Date: TBC For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact Gavin Richards Head of Architecture  (0115) 848 6016, or via email [email protected] NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities.

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Architecture

Additional information: This is a fixed-term post to cover maternity cover.  Lecturer Salary from £34,304 p.aSenior Lecturer Salary from £39,739 p.a  The level of appointment would be determined by the selection panel following an interview.  We are deeply proud of our academic community. Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is a diverse and dynamic learning environment, defined by a shared sense of respect for all its people. Our mission is to be bold, to do the right things and to change lives, and our academics are key to realising those goals. Their work continues to reinforce our credentials as an award-winning university, and a research centre of excellence. Our continued success — underpinned by the number of prestigious national awards we’ve won — has hinged on two commitments: forging excellent partnerships around the world and harnessing the talents of all our people. We secured a ‘Gold’ rating in the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework; received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for our pioneering research; and in 2018, we were the first UK university to sign the Social Mobility Pledge, further demonstrating our commitment to ensuring ‘success for all’. NTU is a university at the peak of its powers, but we know we can still go even further. That’s why we’re now looking for new, passionate, ambitious people to join our community. If you are in the early stages of an academic career and are considering joining NTU, then our Early Career Academic Development Programme could be just right for you. If you are considering joining NTU as a Senior Lecturer you will benefit from our Senior Lecturer Career Framework, which recognises and rewards you based on your performance, contribution and achievement, and offers the opportunity of faster salary progression compared to the industry average. Nottingham Trent University is looking for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Architecture to join the Architecture Department on a fixed-term maternity cover.  The department looks to promote innovation and a multi-disciplinary approach, working closely with industry, the professions and practice. The department currently offers a BArch Architecture and MArch Architecture accredited by the RIBA and prescribed by ARB. You will have proven design, professional as well as academic experience, well developed knowledge of the construction industry and professions and an awareness of trends and market expectations in the sector. Working closely with the principal lecturer and course leader the role requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as supporting the learning of our students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  Experience in Technology and Environmental issues, Architectural Communications (analogue and digital), History & Theory and Design Studio will be advantageous. In addition to this the successful candidate will contribute to the development, assessment and management of academic programmes within the subject area whilst taking responsibility for undertaking relevant research, commercial and consultancy activities. Most importantly you should have a passion and enthusiasm for teaching and nurturing the next generation of designers. Interview Date: TBC For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact Gavin Richards Head of Architecture  (0115) 848 6016, or via email [email protected] NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities.

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0.5 A Level Creative Media Studies and Welsh Baccalaureate Lecturer

Benefits: Pro rata of National contract holiday entitlement, plus pro rate of 5 closure days and pro rata of 8 bank holidays, Teacher's Pension Scheme TPS, a range of employee benefits including salary sacrifice schemes, staff discounts and free parking. Attachments: LecturerofCreativeMedia-JDPS.doc A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen within the College to teach on our successful Creative Media vocational programmes. These are well-established and high quality programmes and we are looking for a talented candidate to join the team and support us to maintain these standards. The successful candidate will have a real passion for Creative Media and a specialism in moving image. The ability to use and deliver the Adobe Creative Suite and relevant industry experience is desirable. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent organisational skills, enthusiasm and tenacity and must be able to work well with a range of abilities. The successful candidate will have a relevant teaching qualification or be willing to work towards one. For an informal discussion, please contact Jenny Hill, Learning Area Manager on 01792 890790. Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will be treated no less favourably than applications submitted in English.  Gower College Swansea recognises the importance of delivering its services in Welsh and recognises the need to grow its bilingual workforce.  We therefore encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate good Welsh Language skillsGower College Swansea is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check and require registration with the Education Workforce Council for Wales.Please note that we are expecting a high volume applicants for this vacancy.  If we do, we may close the post before the specified date, therefore an early application is recommended.(delete if not required)Appointments will normally be made to the bottom of the salary scale with annual increments on 1st August each year (subject to a start date before 1st February).   0.5 Darlithydd mewn Cyfryngau Creadigol a Bagloriaeth Cymru Benefits: Hawl i gael gwyliau'r contract cenedlaethol ar sail pro-rata, 5 diwrnod cau pro-rata ac 8 gwyl banc pro-rata, Cynllun Pensiwn Athrawon, amrywiaeth o fanteision i gyflogeion gan gynnwys cynlluniau aberthu cyflog, disgowntiau staff a pharcio am ddim Attachments: LecturerofCreativeMedia-JDPS(CYM).doc Mae cyfle cyffrous a phrin wedi codi o fewn y Coleg i addysgu ein rhaglenni Cyfryngau Creadigol galwedigaethol, llwyddiannus. Mae’r rhaglenni sefydledig hyn yn rhai safonol iawn ac rydym yn chwilio am ymgeisydd dawnus i ymuno â’r tîm i’n helpu i gynnal safonau uchel ein rhaglenni. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn angerddol am y Cyfryngau Creadigol ac yn arbenigo mewn delweddau symudol. Mae’r gallu i ddefnyddio a chyflwyno Adobe Creative Suite, ynghyd â phrofiad o weithio mewn diwydiant perthnasol yn ddymunol. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn medru dangos sgiliau trefnu rhagorol, brwdfrydedd a dycnwch, a rhaid meddu ar allu i weithio’n dda ag unigolion o bob gallu. Bydd gan yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus gymhwyster addysgu perthnasol neu mi fydd yn barod i weithio tuag at sicrhau'r cymhwyster hwn. Am sgwrs anffurfiol, cysylltwch â Jenny Hill, Rheolwr Maes Dysgu, drwy ffonio 01792 890790. Ni cheir ceisiadau Cymraeg eu trin yn llai ffafriol na cheisiadau Saesneg. Mae Coleg Gwyr Abertawe yn ymrwymedig i ddiogelu a hyrwyddo lles pobl ifanc ac yn disgwyl i’r holl staff rhannu’r ymrwymiad hwn. Bydd penodiadau eu gwneud ar sail gwiriad DBS manylach a bydd gofyn i chi ymaelodi â Chyngor Gweithlu Addysg Cymru.(Rydym yn disgwyl nifer fawr o ymgeiswyr ar gyfer y swydd wag hon. Os derbynnir llawer o geisiadau, efallai y byddwn yn atal unigolion rhag cyflwyno cais cyn y dyddiad penodedig. Awgrymir felly ichi gyflwyno’ch cais yn gynnar. )Fel rheol, bydd penodiadau yn cael eu gwneud ar waelod y raddfa gyflog gyda chynyddrannau blynyddol ar 1 Awst bob blwyddyn (yn amodol ar ddyddiad cychwyn cyn Chwefror 1). 

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0.5 A Level Creative Media Studies and Welsh Baccalaureate Lecturer

Benefits: Pro rata of National contract holiday entitlement, plus pro rate of 5 closure days and pro rata of 8 bank holidays, Teacher's Pension Scheme TPS, a range of employee benefits including salary sacrifice schemes, staff discounts and free parking. Attachments: LecturerofCreativeMedia-JDPS.doc A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen within the College to teach on our successful Creative Media vocational programmes. These are well-established and high quality programmes and we are looking for a talented candidate to join the team and support us to maintain these standards. The successful candidate will have a real passion for Creative Media and a specialism in moving image. The ability to use and deliver the Adobe Creative Suite and relevant industry experience is desirable. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent organisational skills, enthusiasm and tenacity and must be able to work well with a range of abilities. The successful candidate will have a relevant teaching qualification or be willing to work towards one. For an informal discussion, please contact Jenny Hill, Learning Area Manager on 01792 890790. Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will be treated no less favourably than applications submitted in English.  Gower College Swansea recognises the importance of delivering its services in Welsh and recognises the need to grow its bilingual workforce.  We therefore encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate good Welsh Language skillsGower College Swansea is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check and require registration with the Education Workforce Council for Wales.Please note that we are expecting a high volume applicants for this vacancy.  If we do, we may close the post before the specified date, therefore an early application is recommended.(delete if not required)Appointments will normally be made to the bottom of the salary scale with annual increments on 1st August each year (subject to a start date before 1st February).   0.5 Darlithydd mewn Cyfryngau Creadigol a Bagloriaeth Cymru Benefits: Hawl i gael gwyliau'r contract cenedlaethol ar sail pro-rata, 5 diwrnod cau pro-rata ac 8 gwyl banc pro-rata, Cynllun Pensiwn Athrawon, amrywiaeth o fanteision i gyflogeion gan gynnwys cynlluniau aberthu cyflog, disgowntiau staff a pharcio am ddim Attachments: LecturerofCreativeMedia-JDPS(CYM).doc Mae cyfle cyffrous a phrin wedi codi o fewn y Coleg i addysgu ein rhaglenni Cyfryngau Creadigol galwedigaethol, llwyddiannus. Mae’r rhaglenni sefydledig hyn yn rhai safonol iawn ac rydym yn chwilio am ymgeisydd dawnus i ymuno â’r tîm i’n helpu i gynnal safonau uchel ein rhaglenni. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn angerddol am y Cyfryngau Creadigol ac yn arbenigo mewn delweddau symudol. Mae’r gallu i ddefnyddio a chyflwyno Adobe Creative Suite, ynghyd â phrofiad o weithio mewn diwydiant perthnasol yn ddymunol. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn medru dangos sgiliau trefnu rhagorol, brwdfrydedd a dycnwch, a rhaid meddu ar allu i weithio’n dda ag unigolion o bob gallu. Bydd gan yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus gymhwyster addysgu perthnasol neu mi fydd yn barod i weithio tuag at sicrhau'r cymhwyster hwn. Am sgwrs anffurfiol, cysylltwch â Jenny Hill, Rheolwr Maes Dysgu, drwy ffonio 01792 890790. Ni cheir ceisiadau Cymraeg eu trin yn llai ffafriol na cheisiadau Saesneg. Mae Coleg Gwyr Abertawe yn ymrwymedig i ddiogelu a hyrwyddo lles pobl ifanc ac yn disgwyl i’r holl staff rhannu’r ymrwymiad hwn. Bydd penodiadau eu gwneud ar sail gwiriad DBS manylach a bydd gofyn i chi ymaelodi â Chyngor Gweithlu Addysg Cymru.(Rydym yn disgwyl nifer fawr o ymgeiswyr ar gyfer y swydd wag hon. Os derbynnir llawer o geisiadau, efallai y byddwn yn atal unigolion rhag cyflwyno cais cyn y dyddiad penodedig. Awgrymir felly ichi gyflwyno’ch cais yn gynnar. )Fel rheol, bydd penodiadau yn cael eu gwneud ar waelod y raddfa gyflog gyda chynyddrannau blynyddol ar 1 Awst bob blwyddyn (yn amodol ar ddyddiad cychwyn cyn Chwefror 1). 

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Teacher of Music – St James Academy – Dudley Academies Trust – Maternity Cover

Always looking for great people for great jobs St James Academy is looking to appoint an exceptional Teacher of Music to develop, plan and deliver effective and high-quality learning experiences for all learners St James Academy has a strong caring ethos ensuring high levels of support for learners creating an atmosphere of mutual respect throughout the academy. Its philosophy is to embrace the talents of all its learners to ensure the success for all through outstanding teaching and positive behaviour. Dudley Academies Trust was formed in September 2017 under the sponsorship of Dudley College of Technology.  Our Trust schools are St James Academy, The Link Academy, Pegasus Academy, Beacon Hill Academy, Blowers Green and Kate’s Hill Primary.  The Trust when combined with the sponsor, annually supports 8,500 young people aged 4 to 19 years old and employs almost 1,300 staff. As a Trust we are highly centralised, which means that all of our systems and processes are aligned. Everything we do is developed collaboratively involving many professionals and experts who work together across the Trust, all striving to provide the highest quality provision for our learners.  Teaching and Learning is supported by a central team of Subject Directors who are experienced teachers with leadership and mentoring skills who work across our academies supporting teachers in their personal development, data analysis and curriculum planning.  Subject Directors have specific areas of focus such as Mathematics, Science, Reading, Writing and History. The Values Driven Expectations behaviour model ensures that all learners are well focussed and that there is no low-level disruption in lessons; this allows colleagues to concentrate on leading high-quality teaching to inspire learners. Cutting edge data management processes also mean that key data is provided from the central team, freeing up your time to act on key information to accelerate learners’ progress. The Trust recognises that our staff are our most valuable asset and investing in our people is a key strategic priority for the Trust. A common and extensive programme of staff development operates across the Trust, this is extended to senior and middle leaders, aspiring leaders, teaching and support staff and non-qualified teachers. You will be joining the Trust at an exciting time as we are continuing our journey to provide a first-class education for the young people of Dudley, with outstanding teaching and learning being the Trust’s foremost priority. Interviews to be held on a rolling basis, suitable candidates will be invited for an interview and the advert will be closed if we find a suitable applicant. Closing date – Friday 15th July 2022 - we reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than the date advertised.  All successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure and barring service check and children and adults barred list checks, where the applicant will be employed in a regulated activity. Dudley Academies Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds, including disabled, and black and ethnic minority applicants.

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Teacher of Music – St James Academy – Dudley Academies Trust – Maternity Cover

Always looking for great people for great jobs St James Academy is looking to appoint an exceptional Teacher of Music to develop, plan and deliver effective and high-quality learning experiences for all learners St James Academy has a strong caring ethos ensuring high levels of support for learners creating an atmosphere of mutual respect throughout the academy. Its philosophy is to embrace the talents of all its learners to ensure the success for all through outstanding teaching and positive behaviour. Dudley Academies Trust was formed in September 2017 under the sponsorship of Dudley College of Technology.  Our Trust schools are St James Academy, The Link Academy, Pegasus Academy, Beacon Hill Academy, Blowers Green and Kate’s Hill Primary.  The Trust when combined with the sponsor, annually supports 8,500 young people aged 4 to 19 years old and employs almost 1,300 staff. As a Trust we are highly centralised, which means that all of our systems and processes are aligned. Everything we do is developed collaboratively involving many professionals and experts who work together across the Trust, all striving to provide the highest quality provision for our learners.  Teaching and Learning is supported by a central team of Subject Directors who are experienced teachers with leadership and mentoring skills who work across our academies supporting teachers in their personal development, data analysis and curriculum planning.  Subject Directors have specific areas of focus such as Mathematics, Science, Reading, Writing and History. The Values Driven Expectations behaviour model ensures that all learners are well focussed and that there is no low-level disruption in lessons; this allows colleagues to concentrate on leading high-quality teaching to inspire learners. Cutting edge data management processes also mean that key data is provided from the central team, freeing up your time to act on key information to accelerate learners’ progress. The Trust recognises that our staff are our most valuable asset and investing in our people is a key strategic priority for the Trust. A common and extensive programme of staff development operates across the Trust, this is extended to senior and middle leaders, aspiring leaders, teaching and support staff and non-qualified teachers. You will be joining the Trust at an exciting time as we are continuing our journey to provide a first-class education for the young people of Dudley, with outstanding teaching and learning being the Trust’s foremost priority. Interviews to be held on a rolling basis, suitable candidates will be invited for an interview and the advert will be closed if we find a suitable applicant. Closing date – Friday 15th July 2022 - we reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than the date advertised.  All successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure and barring service check and children and adults barred list checks, where the applicant will be employed in a regulated activity. Dudley Academies Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds, including disabled, and black and ethnic minority applicants.

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Lecturer in Interior Design

*Due to COVID-19, this position will be teaching online to students based in China. When opportunity arises, this position is to be substantially based in China. The HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communication and Creative Industries Joint School is a partnership between Hebei University, P.R. China and the University of Central Lancashire, UK. Established in 2014 with over 750 students studying on the following UCLan programmes: BA (Hons) Creative Advertising BA (Hons) Animation BA (Hons) Graphic Design BA (Hons) Interior Design BA (Hons) Media Production and Technology BA (Hons) Film and Media and Film Production Hebei University (HBU) is located in the historic city of Baoding, approximately 36 minutes from Beijing by fast train. The city is becoming a commuter base for Beijing and Hebei Province has a total population of over 77 million people. The Joint School has non-independent status and is approved by the Ministry of Education in China. We have recently (May 2022) had a very successful outcome to a Periodic Review of the undergraduate programmes offered by the Joint School, and have successfully validated 3 new Masters level programmes to be offered in China from September 2022. The highly successful UCLan research initiative ‘Research Centre for Cultural Preservation through Creative Practice’ is also now based out in China with facilities within the partnership. This provides exciting new opportunities for staff to build research profiles within a unique, dynamic and cross-cultural environment. We are seeking an enthusiastic and resourceful experienced Lecturer in Interior Design to join the team delivering the BA (Hons) Interior Design programme. Subject to qualifications and experience, the successful applicant may also be required to contribute to the new MA Interior Design programme. Working within a committed and enthusiastic team, you will contribute to the curriculum design, course development, teaching and assessment as well as providing module leadership where required. We also require a forward-looking subject specialist who is future orientated and has a good understanding of future trends and influences within this subject domain. This is an outstanding opportunity to work as part of a global team to support a high quality creative industries facility and nurture new content development within a unique cross-cultural setting. For further information about the HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communication and Creative Industries, please visit International partners - UCLan For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Sion Hughes, Academic Head, at [email protected].ac.uk To request a copy of the job description/person specification, please email Toni Fitter, Administration Manager, [email protected] Applicants need to meet all Essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. Please apply by submitting your CV with a covering statement demonstrating how you meet the person specification to [email protected] CV should include contact details of two referees with knowledge of your skills, capabilities and work performance. We will only take up references for the selected candidate.

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Creative Arts & Design

Lecturer in Interior Design

*Due to COVID-19, this position will be teaching online to students based in China. When opportunity arises, this position is to be substantially based in China. The HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communication and Creative Industries Joint School is a partnership between Hebei University, P.R. China and the University of Central Lancashire, UK. Established in 2014 with over 750 students studying on the following UCLan programmes: BA (Hons) Creative Advertising BA (Hons) Animation BA (Hons) Graphic Design BA (Hons) Interior Design BA (Hons) Media Production and Technology BA (Hons) Film and Media and Film Production Hebei University (HBU) is located in the historic city of Baoding, approximately 36 minutes from Beijing by fast train. The city is becoming a commuter base for Beijing and Hebei Province has a total population of over 77 million people. The Joint School has non-independent status and is approved by the Ministry of Education in China. We have recently (May 2022) had a very successful outcome to a Periodic Review of the undergraduate programmes offered by the Joint School, and have successfully validated 3 new Masters level programmes to be offered in China from September 2022. The highly successful UCLan research initiative ‘Research Centre for Cultural Preservation through Creative Practice’ is also now based out in China with facilities within the partnership. This provides exciting new opportunities for staff to build research profiles within a unique, dynamic and cross-cultural environment. We are seeking an enthusiastic and resourceful experienced Lecturer in Interior Design to join the team delivering the BA (Hons) Interior Design programme. Subject to qualifications and experience, the successful applicant may also be required to contribute to the new MA Interior Design programme. Working within a committed and enthusiastic team, you will contribute to the curriculum design, course development, teaching and assessment as well as providing module leadership where required. We also require a forward-looking subject specialist who is future orientated and has a good understanding of future trends and influences within this subject domain. This is an outstanding opportunity to work as part of a global team to support a high quality creative industries facility and nurture new content development within a unique cross-cultural setting. For further information about the HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communication and Creative Industries, please visit International partners - UCLan For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Sion Hughes, Academic Head, at [email protected] To request a copy of the job description/person specification, please email Toni Fitter, Administration Manager, [email protected] Applicants need to meet all Essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. Please apply by submitting your CV with a covering statement demonstrating how you meet the person specification to [email protected] CV should include contact details of two referees with knowledge of your skills, capabilities and work performance. We will only take up references for the selected candidate.

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