10.08.2020

Tailoring Tutor

THIS ROLE HAS BEEN FILLED 

Part time Tailoring Tutor 

Job Purpose

To support teaching within the subject area through undertaking one or more of the following key responsibilities.

Main Responsibilities

 
  1. Design and deliver teaching materials through use of appropriate teaching, learning and assessment methods for both made to measure and bespoke tailoring
  2. Challenge thinking, foster debate and develop the ability of students to engage in critical discourse and rational thinking.
  3. Facilitate student projects and/or assignments and, where appropriate, placements and/or visits to e.g. GFW, museums, exhibitions
  4. Mark and assess work and examinations and provide feedback to students.  Contribute to setting assignments.
  5. Create SOW and Lesson Plans
  6. To be aware of any Health and Safety, disability, equality, welfare, prevent issues and raise any concerns with the Senior Tutor, Head of FTA

Planning and Organising

Postholder will plan own workload and use teaching resources and facilities as appropriate to deliver designated activities.  Will co-ordinate with others e.g. academic staff in relevant department, to ensure that student needs and expectations are met.  May manage projects relating to own specialist area of work and the organisation of external activities such as placements.

Decision Making

Postholder will contribute to the design and delivery of modules or designated teaching within the subject area.  May identify the need for developing the content or structure of modules with academic staff and make proposals on how this should be achieved.

Key Contacts/Communication

Students; Departmental staff – individuals will routinely communicate complex and conceptual ideas to those with a range of knowledge and understanding with ability to simplify the information for all levels 1-5.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Postholders will typically hold a degree and post-graduate qualification along with substantial professional experience in specialist area.  Typically they will be operating as practitioners in a specialist area and will bring a breadth of experience and knowledge of their field of expertise which will significantly contribute to the student experience and assist in ensuring the distinctiveness of the course.  Expectation is that tutors will, through discussion with The Fashion Technical Academy, have an understanding of the key academic policies and procedures and what quality assurance measures will operate in relation to their role.  Have knowledge of how to be inclusive and non-discriminatory in their work and ability to analyse and assess student contributions in class and their assignments.
Must have experience in RTW, bespoke tailoring, stitching, patterns and hand finishing.

To apply please submit your CV to jenni@fashion-enter.com 


 
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