|Location:||Johannesburg, Auckland Park|
Job position: lecturer: higher certificate in performing arts
Reporting to: head of higher certificate
Based on experience
AFDA Johannesburg campus
Private higher education
1 March 2021
Head of HC
AFDA ‘The School of the Creative Economy’ is the leading school of its kind in South Africa, offering higher certificates, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in motion picture medium, live performance, business innovation and technology for the creative economies. AFDA is a full member of CILECT, The International Association of Film and Television Schools. The AFDA values are passion, self-discipline, integrity, reliability and humility.
An exciting opportunity for a committed and dedicated professional to form part of our higher certificate in performing arts program in 2021. The successful candidate will prepare students to either continue their studies in the bachelor of live performance program or to join the Performance industry on an entry level. The successful candidate needs to demonstrate a willingness to embrace AFDA’s unique pedagogy which is the basis of the applied and integrated work-simulated learning environment at AFDA.
The role can be summarised as follows:
- Devising termly timetables, course guides, lectures and associated assessment instruments in conjunction with their AFDA counterparts on other campuses
o Implementing and reviewing the above with the purpose of improvement
- Responsible for teaching core modules.
- Will be required to identify suitable part-time staff for additional teaching
o Booking, briefing, managing and reviewing part time lecturing ad hoc staff
- Managing the day-to-day implementation of the programme, including facilities and equipment management
- Preparing budgets and overseeing the acquisition of materials and equipment required for the implementation of the programme
- Adhering to the requirements of management structures that ensure the delivery and quality of the programme
- Willingness to adapt to AFDA’s curriculum, syllabus and methodologies.
- Adhere to and embody AFDA values
- Capacity to teach
- Ability to research independently and showcase research outputs
- Ability to work cooperatively with other teaching staff
- Excellent time and deadline management skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Adaptable to change
- Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
- Inter-personal skills
- Ability to manage a budget
- Ability to manage inventory of facilities and equipment
- Is culturally aware and sensitive
- Preferably an honours degree.
- Proven experience in areas of Live Performance
- At least one year of established experience in lecturing or tutoring at tertiary level
- Experience in the development of course material or other formatted documentation
- Evidence of desire to teach
- Own transport
Closing date: 25 January 2021
Applications must be submitted by email to Bronwynne Hangar on az.oc.adfa@ennywnorb by the closing date. Applicants wishing to apply for this position are required to submit:
- A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing his/her suitability for the position.
- A comprehensive and up to date curriculum vitae.
All applications will be treated as highly confidential. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was not successful
Posted on 15 Jan 12:55