The Orpheus Centre seeks Film and Media Tutor

Closing Date: 27 July 2021

The Orpheus Centre

Location: Godstone, Surrey

Remuneration: £8,846.40 - £10,463.20 pro rata dependent on qualifications (FTE £22,116 - £26,158)

Description

Orpheus in blue text. The O is modelled on a stringed instrument.
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The Orpheus Centre is an independent specialist College in Godstone, Surrey. We focus on developing independence skills through performing and visual arts and make dramatic improvements to young disabled adults’ lives. (Car driver preferable due to location).

We are currently seeking a Film & Media Tutor at our SEN College to facilitate a broad range of activities in conjunction with staff, students and the wider community so as to deepen and broaden learners’ experience in the fields of Arts and performance based subjects. Working with the wider team, you will be key in the development of a broad and rich curriculum offer for students that supports the acquisition of skills and knowledge in support of their aspirations and future plans.

14 hours per week (over 2 days) / 44 weeks per year – Hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off site work will be involved.

£8,846.40 – £10,463.20 dependent on qualifications (FTE £22,116 – £26,158)

Are you an experienced tutor with a passion for supporting students with special educational needs? Do you have a Degree in a related arts performance subject? Have a minimum or 2 years’ experience working with young people in an arts setting including SEN?

As a Film & Media Tutor you will direct and produce the film aspects of Orpheus performances in the Autumn and Summer terms and contribute to intensive weeks and Outreaches working with the wider team; Deliver film making sessions every week leading to students achieving qualifications in the arts and vocational studies throughout the academic year; Identify opportunities for the film group to showcase their work, including: links with the disability arts world, potential funders, other specialist and main-stream colleges, and the wider community

Experience working in further education with young adults with learning and/or physical disabilities is desirable.

For full details and to apply, please visit our website.