Casual Learning Practitioner (Photography) – Ref: 17/084
£18.34 - £18.89 per hour
(incl holiday pay/preparation).
Please note that this is not a permanent position. The hours are on an as and when basis.
The Grimsby Institute Group is a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound organisation. We are officially an “outstanding” educational provider.
The ESTV Media and Photography department at The Grimsby Institute is looking to expand and build on the successes of the last two years. We seek a photography tutor to join our casual bank who specialises digital and traditional photography techniques. A good knowledge of the professional working practices, working knowledge of digital and film cameras and digital post production skills are essential. Knowledge of theoretical concepts is desirable.
We deliver innovative and exciting photography qualifications and wish to grow this and expand in to new areas. We are looking for someone who is knowledgeable, adaptable and willing to apply themselves to a range of situations that the job may present.
In return for your experience and skills we can offer good rates of pay, pension membership (TPS) and access to a wide range of other Group benefits. Also if you are looking to progress to more permanent roles then this can be a great first step.
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 1st December 2017
The Grimsby Institute Group 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 or will be expected to obtain during their probationary period.