Hereford College of Arts (HCA) is a dedicated arts college with a specialist focus on art, media, design, popular music and performing arts. Our dynamic creative community offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees alongside a range of further education and short course programmes. Located in Hereford, we enjoy all the advantages of a compact, historic city set in the midst of exceptional countryside, an area rich in cultural activity, enterprise, and innovation. The College is proud of its history and track-record but now has an ambitious strategy to grow in scale and develop around curriculum, community, creative spaces and places, and student careers and enterprise to become a truly exceptional centre for modern creative education – rooted in place, connected to the world.
The College seeks to appoint a highly creative and energetic individual to lead our established and successful BA (Hons) Degree programme in Photography. Candidates must have a relevant teaching qualification and/or experience of teaching at undergraduate level and industry experience is particularly welcome as a basis for their teaching. Previous experience as a course leader is highly desirable but not essential if you can demonstrate excellent course and team management skills.
With their degree due for revalidation shortly, this is a chance to bring new ideas to the table to ensure our students are prepared for the changing shape of modern careers, bring new industry links and a vision for the future of Photography.
The successful candidate will be a demonstrably excellent and innovative teacher and be at ease teaching across theoretical and practical elements of the Photography degree programme. It is also desirable that candidates should have an active national profile outside teaching in creative practice.
Salary: £32,265 – £37,597 pa, pro rata if applicable
For an informal discussion please contact Justin Gregory, Head of Higher Education, by emailing.
To apply, please visit their website. Alternatively please contact on 01432 273359.