Music Technology Course Leader
We are looking for an experienced, dynamic teacher to manage and deliver on our Music Technology course at our Centre in Bristol.
Access Creative College is more than just a college; we are a hub for young creative entrepreneurs who are shaping the future of the creative industries.
Now in our 28th academic year and serving more than 2000 learners across our seven UK based Centres over Levels 1-5, Access Creative College has a well-established reputation for music courses. We’ve been part of Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora and JP Cooper’s journey to stardom. For the past three years, we have been striving to provide that same well-respected education to a new generation of gamers, photographers and digital media creatives.
Position: Course Leader - Music Technology
Location: Access Creative College Bristol
Job Type: Part-Time, Permanent
Hours: 28.5 hours per week (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays)
Salary: £24,400 - £26,800 per annum pro rata (£18,544-£20,368 actual)
Applications to reach us by 18th December 2020. Please note that interviews may take place before the closing date.
About the role:
Working with the centre team and Pathway Manager for Music, you will take responsibility for the development and delivery of our provision, from coordinating resources, planning lessons, assessing learner progress and managing student activities to developing industry links and course marketing; working at the core of the student experience. You will work amongst experienced, passionate tutors as well as within a support service provided by our Central Team.
Our prime focus is to nurture talent, desire, and determination. We’re looking for someone who is passionate enough to want to share their knowledge and experience with active and hungry young minds.
If you have experience in the Music Technology industry and would relish the opportunity to develop and lead a unique and engaging curriculum and have the expertise outlined below then we are keen to meet you.
Industry-specific experience, skills and knowledge required:
- Experience of working in the Music Technology industry
- Current and relevant industry/sector knowledge
- Awareness of practices and workflow in the industry
- Extensive knowledge of Music Technology i.e. Audio and Video, Sound engineering theory and practice, Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, Composition Skills, and post-production work
- A commitment to providing outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students
- A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning)
What can we do for you?
For unqualified teaching applicants, we can offer you financial and social support to complete a teacher training course that is transferable throughout the Further Education sector.
We can build your career through our progression channels, whether growing as a teacher and becoming a leader or moving into one of our industry-focused departments, e.g. Partnerships, Employability or Enrichment.
We can give you the flexibility to continue with your passion outside of work if you wish to do so.
With Access Creative College you’ll be working daily with other extremely talented tutors providing you with opportunities to collaborate and make new connections.
You may have experience of the following: Music Technology Course Leader, Music Technology Course Manager, Music Technology Lecturer, Course Manager, Senior Lecturer, Course Design, Education, Mentor, Teaching, Music Industry, Music Technology Industry, etc.
Access Creative College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure & Barring Service.
Access Creative College is committed to promoting a culture of Diversity and Inclusivity for all our employees and potential employees. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. In recognition of our commitment, we would particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under-represented, which are those from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities and People with Disabilities and Women.
Music Technology Course Leader