Subject Leader: Fine Art (Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries)

36 hours per week FTE (to include some evenings and occasional weekends)

Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is looking to appoint a Subject Leader for Fine Art who will be responsible for the leadership of courses in this sector area including BA Fine Art, HND Fine Art as well as a range of short courses including a well-established Printmaking department.  The subject leader will lead on the management of tutors & course directors, departmental resources and quality assurance and create an innovative plan for curriculum development at the Centre with the Head of Art.

You will have a relevant undergraduate degree and teaching qualification and have experience of teaching in further education and have confidence with the associated expectations of this setting.  You will have the ability to deliver a high-quality learner experience and contemporary industry relevant practice to achieve positive impact on student achievement. You will be excited by the opportunity to collaborate with a community for creative learning and part of an exciting future for the centre.

Established in 1889, and with our roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country's oldest and largest specialist providers of adult education. At Morley College London, we provide long-term, sustainable and affordable programmes of lifelong learning across three centres – North Kensington, Chelsea and Waterloo – including 16-19 provision at North Kensington and Chelsea. 

Following Morley College’s merger with Kensington and Chelsea College in February 2020, the College has restructured its curriculum to facilitate its ambitious plan for development and growth, with aim of the Chelsea Centre becoming a leading institution for skills education in the Creative Arts and Industries as well as addressing the essential skills needs of the local community.

Morley College London aims to have a workforce that is as reflective of the diverse population that it serves. The College particularly encourages applications from women, ethnic minorities and disabled people who are currently under-represented within the College at this level

Closing date for applications:   9am Monday 19th October 2020

Shortlisting Date: Monday 19th October 2020

Interview Date: Friday 23rd October 2020

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and children’s barred list check

Please apply via the link