Lecturer - Art and Design

Job Type
Job Category
Art, Design & Media
Employment Basis
Central Campus, Pelham Street
Salary Range
10,257 pro rata per annum starting salary (incremental range 25,643 - 34,433 pro rata pa)
Closing Date
Post No

Job Description

Part time 14.8 hours per week

Based at Central Campus, Pelham Street, Brighton

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College has an exciting and rare opportunity for a 0.4 Lecturer to join the dynamic and friendly Creative Industries team at our central Brighton campus.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate who has the skills and experience to teach and manage our popular, part-time UAL Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design. This course is very popular and attracts large numbers of mature students who pay for their studies. As such, applicants for this post must have experience of working with adult learners and should possess a broad and varied arts skill base. We are particularly interested to hear from applicants who can deliver lessons in painting, drawing, printmaking, contextual studies and life drawing to an exceptional standard.

The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the course including the design of creative and imaginative assignments, schemes of work, student recruitment, trips and visits and work experience opportunities, tutorial and pastoral support, assessment and all associated course and quality related administration.

Applicants must be educated to degree level or higher in a creative arts subject, preferably Fine Art and possess a recognised teaching qualification.

Interviews will be held w/c 9 September 2019

For further details of this role please click on the Job Description above.

Please note that we do not accept CV applications and you must complete our online application form to be considered for this position.


From 1 April 2017 Northbrook College and City College Brighton have merged and become the Greater Brighton Metropolitan College. This will provide new, exciting opportunities for both our staff and students, building on our shared values of ambition, diversity, inclusivity, community and creativity.

The college is committed to the safeguarding of learners and vulnerable adults and promotes the welfare of all students and expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check and any overseas checks where necessary.

The college is a Disability Confident employer and promotes diversity and inclusion.

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