The School of Creative Industries resides in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Media & Creative Industries. The programmes in the School aim to educate and nurture the next generation of professionals, researchers and leaders in art therapy, arts management, arts pedagogy and practice, and creative writing. The arts and creative sectors need a broad spectrum of talents for their development and the School endeavours to fill this need by preparing our graduates to shape the futures of their varied disciplines. The School is active in community engagement, research and collaborations within the broader arts and creative sector, nationally and internationally.
The BA(Hons) Arts Management programme is seeking a Part-time Lecturer – Arts Management Career Advisor to plan and deliver teaching in the assigned modules, specifically in Arts Placements and Industry and Community Engagement, as well as supervise student internships and advise them on their career development.
The primary responsibilities of a Part-time Lecturer are to plan, teach and assess within the existing curriculum of the assigned programme and provide student-learning support. Part-time Lecturers are usually engaged on a semester basis and paid on an hourly-rated basis. The rate of pay will depend on the qualifications and experience.
- Master’s degree in arts/cultural management from an established university. PhD candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field from an established university with at least 5 years or equivalent experience in working within the arts management field locally and/or internationally.
- Professional reputation and accomplished record of excellence in achieving results in implementing arts management programmes, devising and delivering cultural or community engagement campaigns, as well as leading cutting-edge and innovative arts initiatives.
- Strong knowledge of current and emerging trends in creative/digital industries, arts and cultural management and an excellent understanding of local/international job markets in the field.
- Advanced networking and professional connections in the arts management field, as well as excellent communication, diplomatic and liaison skills to establish new industry connections, manage professional opportunities and generate placements for students.
- Technical proficiency in working with content management systems, website builders and online applications for self-publishing and promotion. Basic graphic design and/or video editing skills are desirable.
- Excellent social media management skills with some experience in delivering online campaigns generating active audience feedback.
- Teaching experience in higher education or at least experience in public speaking, conducting master classes or tutorials, mentoring young colleagues or participation in educational and professional events.
- Ability to engage students through a range of delivery modes.
- Ability to work well as a member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels.
- Teacher training qualifications is an advantage.
- Knowledge of curriculum development, design, teaching and learning methodologies and assessment of learning outcomes would be an advantage.
- Pastoral care skills relating to issues concerning students would be an advantage.
Please submit your CV including current and expected salary and send it via email to [email protected] or in writing (please state the position you are applying for on the envelope):
Director & Chief Human Resource Officer
Division of Human Resources & Organisation Development
LASALLE College of the Arts
1 McNally Street
Closing date: 31 May 2022 or until position is filled.
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.