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Animation Tutor (Part-Time), Big Creative Training

  •  London
  •  £25k-30k (pro rata)
  •  Part time
  •  Closes July 5, 2024
  •  NA
  • #Visual arts


Job Summary

Working for BCT will enable you to be part of an organisation that offers a good work-life balance. This includes a flexible working approach, a friendly working environment and staff social events.

Job Description

Essential Qualifications:

Maths and English GCSE Grade 4/C or equivalent (Level 2)

Degree/relevant qualification in the subject area

Essential Qualities / Skills:

Extremely organised and able to manage your own workload effectively and flexibly

Highly motivated and driven to succeed

Outstanding teaching and communication skills and understanding of Ofsted framework

Solution-focused and able to responding to data trends

Assertive and confident in learning environment management

Ambitious and committed to meeting targets, setting standards of behaviour and work

Empathy towards the many challenges faced by young adults in a demographic with high free school meals rate and poverty levels

Excellent communication skills

Visual scripting/basic programming skills

Job Requirements

Desirable Qualities / Skills:

Experience with Adobe Photoshop/After Effects/Premiere

Experience of working professionally in a relevant creative industry/as an entrepreneur

Experience with Autodesk Maya/Blender/Unity/Unreal Engine

Drawing, modelling, concept art/textures, animating, skinning, rigging, texturing

Salary and Days of Work

10 hours across 5 days a week for 52 weeks per year

Pro rata of 35 days of annual leave plus UK bank holidays

This is a permanent part-time position

Pro rata of qualified teacher annual salary FTE £33,000 (actual salary £9,428)

Pro rata of unqualified teacher annual salary FTE £27,810 (actual salary £7,945)

Start Date ASAP

Job Responsibilities

Key Tasks:

Plan and deliver exciting lessons supporting learner progression, that relate to their needs and interests

Promote safety, wellbeing and safeguarding (CPOMS)

Record attendance and academic notes on Arbor MIS

Track learner progression on the allocated Google Sheets

Develop innovative opportunities for interdepartmental and intradepartmental project collaborations

Use a range of assessment methods and provide outstanding and prompt feedback to inspire learners

Complete learner one-to-one tutorials and individual learning plans on a bi-termly basis Facilitate the wide-range of enrichment trips and guest speaker events arranged across the year

Work towards a stable learner retention and qualification achievement rate

Undertake in-house training from the Quality Assurance Team to remain up-to-date with awarding body expectations

Support learners to prepare for their assessed end-of-year project

How to Apply

You must be eligible to work in the UK (or possess a UK work permit) as this job is based in London.

Please complete the application form at https://www.bctforms.com/bct-staff-application-form-p1/

BCT is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all communities, encouraging equality, diversity and inclusivity. We are committed to safeguarding and appointment of successful applicants are subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check.

For teaching positions, we welcome industry professionals who wish to enter teaching via the teaching qualification, fully funded by the Taking Teaching Further scheme. This is 6 months of reduced timetable for training whilst receiving full pay and lesson cover.

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