Permanent – Wigan Closing date: Consideration will be given to both permanent and fixed term applications therefore the post will remain open until appointed. Interview dates: -
The Lead Film Acting Tutor will join ALRA North’s faculty supporting the Dean in overseeing the acting work within the academy. Sound editing, IT, administration and management skills as well as the ability to inspire and lead students and faculty are essential. This role is appointed on a full time basis with a generous holiday allowance of 50 days per annum. Salary £30k-£35k p.a. Based on experience & qualifications
The interviews will be held on -.
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
This is a permanent, full-time post. The terms and conditions of service will be those currently in operation.
Consideration will be given to both permanent and fixed term applications therefore the post will remain open until appointed.
Job Title: Lead Film Acting Tutor
Reports to: Dean
Direct Reports: Freelance Acting Tutors
To oversee the acting department in accordance with the Course Leader BA and MA Acting
To assist curriculum delivery and assessment in collaboration with the Dean with regard to the acting department.
To teach acting for camera as required by the Dean & VP (C)
To edit student work promptly and simply on a weekly basis, uploading to an appropriate internal server.
To plan workload and day to day activities to ensure an efficient and effective work stream is maintained.
To support the Dean in the development professional collaborations.
To actively promote the equality of opportunity for all staff and students at all times.
To undertake extra tuition at affiliate ALRA sites in agreement with the VP (C)of up to 5 days per year during non teaching weeks as part of this role.
Up to 21 hours of timetabled teaching each week (additional tutorial hours)
To engage with current practice in relation to the curriculum content.
To support the Dean and CLs in casting
To first or second mark all written/digital and studio production assessments
To chair and arrange termly Departmental Meetings in accordance with the governance structure
To engage in timely feedback with written and verbal student reports
To offer acting feedback on level 4,5,6 and 7 Rehearsal and Performance projects
To supervise personal research projects at level 6 and 7 as required
To deliver Acting Briefings as instructed by the Dean and CLs
Take part in widening participation activities
To participate in Open Days, auditions and profile-raising events
To initiate personal research that links to the curriculum development and impacts positively on the currency of ALRA’s training and education provision.
Attend ALRA student productions, project presentations and public events
Adhere to ALRA’s published policies, in respect of all staff, students and visiting members of the public
Carry out other duties as may reasonably be directed by the Vice Principal (C)
To undertake any other such duties and responsibilities which may reasonably be asked