Creative Industries Co-ordinator (part time)

0.6 fte Creative Co-ordinator (21.6 hours per week) £24,003 - £26,294 (Actual Salary)

0.8 fte Creative Co-ordinator (28.8 hours per week) £32,004 - £35,059  (Actual Salary)

31 days holiday (pro-rata for mid-year starters and pro-rata for part time)  

Unleash Your Creativity: Join Our Team and Empower Adult Learners

Do you believe everyone deserves a chance to explore their creativity and reach their full potential? If so, then we want you on our team! We're looking for a passionate and experienced Creative Industries Co-ordinator to join our Adult Education Service and make a real difference in the lives of our learners.

Job description

In this role you'll be more than just a teacher/manager - you'll be a mentor, a motivator, and a creative catalyst. You'll work with adults from all walks of life, helping them discover their hidden talents and develop the skills they need to pursue their dreams. You'll create inspiring lesson plans, facilitate engaging workshops, and provide one-on-one support to help our learners overcome challenges and achieve their goals.

Impact

The work you do will have a lasting impact on the lives of our learners. You'll see them gain confidence, develop new skills, and land their dream jobs. You'll be part of a team that's passionate about making a difference in our community.

Perks and benefits

At Westminster City Council, we offer a competitive salary, a supportive work environment, and a chance to be part of something special. We also have a generous benefits package, including flexible work hours, professional development opportunities, and a chance to work on exciting projects.

The role

• This is a 3 or 4 day a week post including teaching one day per week on our accredited courses within your specialist area (fashion, art, ceramics or graphics)

• Managing classroom learning, ensuring the quality of delivery and assessment is of the highest standards • Ensuring a high-quality learning experience for every learner • Line management of up to 10 part-time tutors About you

• You must have previous experience in a post 16 education environment and proven experience of leading teams

• Recent teaching experience in your specialism (fashion, art, ceramics or graphics) on accredited courses (UAL experience is desirable)

• A degree or professional qualification in a subject relevant to the area

• A minimum of 3 years of current industry experience in the Creative Industries

• You must have a teaching qualification at Level 4 or above

• An IQA or other Assessor/IV qualification, or willingness to work towards one

• Experience of online teaching and using EBS (desirable)

Key information

To apply for this post, please complete the WAES Application Form and EO Monitoring Form at the top of our Vacancies page. Please quote reference number ED/WAES/2157

A Basic DBS is required for this post.

Please ensure you address all the role and person criteria when completing your supporting statement.

The closing date to apply for this post is 9am Monday 19 February 2024. Interviews and assessments for this post will take place on Monday 26 February 2024. Shortlisted candidates must be available to attend on the date requested.

Please apply via the link