Part-time Hourly Lecturer – Fashion
We are looking for an enthusiastic Fashion Lecturer who can teach at all levels across the course, providing contemporary fashion design for industry sessions.
The BA (Hons) Fashion course at NUA delivers an exciting mix of conceptual exploration and technical application. The course prides itself on providing a broad experience and understanding of Fashion, enabling students to explore a variety of career opportunities within and beyond the discipline. The course is supported by a strong team of academic staff who work closely with technicians to deliver a balance of creative, professional and practical experiences.
You will be involved in developing and delivering a dynamic curriculum that reflects contemporary shifts in the industry and society more widely, including non-binary fashion, diversity in design, sustainability and material innovation.
This part-time hourly lecturer role involves working primarily in a studio setting delivering taught sessions such as workshops, seminars and tutorials but may also include the preparation and delivery of online learning materials. Administrative duties such as register taking, preparing handouts and course material and writing tutorial notes are also an essential part of this post. You will work with the Course Leader to organise and deliver an engaging and innovative curriculum that values sustainable and ethical practices and champions inclusivity.
The successful candidate will demonstrate relevant industry and/or teaching experience in fashion design and show skills in one or more of the following areas: designing for fashion manufacturing; fashion illustration; technical drawing; industry portfolio development; and sustainable material sourcing Working knowledge of Clo3D software would be an advantage. You will demonstrate ability to develop and deliver engaging and relevant teaching sessions both on campus and online and ideally have relevant teaching experience at HE level. You will need to demonstrate strong organisation, communication and team working skills.
Please note that teaching sessions are scheduled in 2.5 hour blocks from 10.00 – 12.30 and 14.00 – 16.30; scheduled sessions for this role will predominantly include two blocks per day delivered on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from November 2021 to May 2022.
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