HE Lecturer for Games and Animation (ES-Games/Animation) South Yorkshire, England

Salary: GBP25 - GBP25 per hour + Plus Statutory Holiday Pay
Advert Reference: ES-Games/Animation

JOB TITLE: HE Lecturer for Games and Animation
LOCATION: South Yorkshire
SALARY: £25 per hour plus statutory holiday pay

teachFE is pleased to be working alongside a leading Further Education College to recruit for an exciting temporary position as an experienced HE Lecturer for Games and Animation within the South Yorkshire area.

Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria:

• Have qualified teacher status
•MA /PGD in Games Design or Games Animation
• Have Games Industry Experience with a minimum of 7 years games experience
•Have knowledge of standard industry software.
•Have good organisational and planning skills.
• Plenty of enthusiasm and the ability to motivate students.
• Willingness to provide outstanding support for learners
• Extensive knowledge of your subject area.
• Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality.

As a valued teachFE, you will receive:

• The support of a highly experienced and dedicated Staffing Co-ordinator.
• Competitive rates of pay with no admin charges or hidden surprises.
• Candidate referral scheme
• Secure online profile where you can access timesheets, payslips and assignment details.
• Wide range of permanent and temporary job opportunities in over 250 Colleges and FE Providers across the UK.

If you have the skills and experience we require and you are looking for a new challenge please email your CV today. Not on the lookout for work but you know someone who is? Ask them to send us their CV.
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