Salary: £33,241 – £42,651 per annum

17.5 Hours Per Week and Part Time

Location: Lewisham College, SE4 1UT

Lewisham College require a dedicated, enthusiastic and qualified person to take on the role of Lecturer in Technical Theatre.

Successful applicant will have a speciality in Theatre Lighting, Sound and all aspects of technical theatre. The successful candidate will have an extensive understanding of theatre processes from a stage management and technical perspective and will be able to teach all aspects of lighting systems, design, rigging, plotting, and operating shows relevant to a range of live Performance events. There is an expectation that the applicant will also have knowledge and experience of sound systems within a theatre setting and be able to deliver working practices with hand-held and head mics.

Awareness and delivery of Health and Safety legislation, and all aspects of risk assessments relating to Live Performance is essential. Technically, it is desirable the candidate should be experience or trained in working at heights, PAT testing, rigging, flying and stage building.

The main responsibilities of this role include the delivery and assessment of high-quality learning programmes in Technical Theatre / Production Arts across a range of levels of further education, as well as undertaking a range of programme leadership, tutorial, and programme administration duties.

This post requires a strong background in the teaching of UAL or BTEC Production Arts specifications level 2 and 3, pastoral care and a successful candidate will have a proven track record of effective professional/vocational experience in the Further Education sector.

In addition, a successful applicant will be able to demonstrate strong professional links with employers in the Creative industries and should have the ability and motivation to develop links between employers and course delivery

The candidate must be qualified to honours degree level (Level 6) or qualified to the industry-recognised standard in a relevant field, hold a post-16 teaching qualification and English and maths qualifications at level 2, or be willing to achieve these within an agreed timeframe. It is desirable that the candidate has experience of effective programme leadership in FE and has a proven track record of successful teaching and assessment practice.

An ability to self-manage workload, meet deadlines alongside strong oral and written communication skills and good IT skills are also essential. The hours of work will be flexible and may include evening and weekends according to demand. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join a well-motivated, cohesive and successful team.

The Creative department is a well-respected and positive place to work, where colleagues work effectively together to ensure all stakeholders get the best value from every aspect of the curriculum.

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