Learning Practioner Games Design
Job Ref: 21/024 | Organisation: TEC Partnership
Learning Practitioner Games Design – Digital Computing and Games (21/024)
£23,861.70 per annum (FTE £26,513)
33.3 hours per week
Location: Nuns Corner
The TEC Partnership is a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound organisation. We are officially an “Outstanding” educational provider.
The Digital Computing and Games department is actively seeking a passionate and enthusiastic learning practitioner for our Games Design course. The ideal candidate will have a wealth of knowledge within Game Design and is able to practically make Video Games. The job role is ideal for a learning practitioner who is dynamic and innovative, and they must be able to deliver an outstanding quality of teaching. The candidate must be able to work with the programme leader, to ensure that the learners receive an outstanding experience. The ideal candidate must be able to deliver industry-relevant Game Design sessions and have knowledge of new and current technologies.
The ideal candidate should hold a relevant degree and should hold a relevant teaching qualification as well. You will need a flexible approach as you may be required to teach a variety of different sessions. The ideal candidate should also be innovative, and able to adapt to any situation, to ensure that we provide an outstanding provision each time. You should have excellent digital technology skills and be able to teach in a variety of ways.
In return for your experience and skills, we can offer you a good salary, pension membership (TPS), access to a wide range of other Group benefits and opportunities for career and personal development progression. If having read the job description you are interested in this role, please press the “Apply Now” button and send us your application.
The closing date for this advert is Sunday 19th September 2021
The TEC Partnership is committed to Prevent Duty, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and promoting British Values within the workplace. We are an equal opportunity workplace. Safeguarding is a priority for us, as well as ensuring the welfare of children and young people and we expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers. All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Clearance through the DBS, references that cover the last two years of employment and other checks may also be required.
Please note that all employees must have Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2.Full job specification Apply Online