Creative Writing Tutor: Contemporary Black British Fiction
Keeley St, Covent Garden and/or online
£35.78 per hour, inclusive of pro rata holiday entitlement and preparation time
Are you a passionate Creative-Writing Tutor able to inspire students to stretch and develop their critical thinking? Then join us to teach courses, online and/or face to face, helping to bring together people across London and beyond and to enrich lives through learning.
City Lit are London’s largest provider of learning for adults, inspiring over 30,000 students a year and offering more than 5,000 courses, online and face-to-face. As a leader in our field, we have a century’s reputation for delivering the highest quality student experience.
We are looking to recruit a dynamic and innovative tutor who can plan, teach and evaluate creative-writing courses, online and/or in person in our building in Keeley Street, Covent Garden.
We are interested in a tutor who is able to plan and teach our ‘Reading for Writers: Black British Fiction’ course starting in September 2022. To apply for this role please submit your CV and a covering letter, detailing your skills and experience. You will particularly attract our interest if this covers:
- Demonstrable experience in teaching Black British Fiction
- The ability to deliver student-led sessions ensuring that learners have the opportunity to stretch and challenge themselves
- Strong publication profile, with up to date knowledge relating to current trends and debates in relation to your specialism
- A relevant qualification in your field
- Experience of teaching writing to adults would be desirable
- Experience teaching face-to-face and online
Our generous rewards and benefits are numerous and wide-ranging, including generous course discounts that include friends and family, our pension scheme plus life assurance. There’s also access the student discounts programme (Totum) and discounted gym membership.
Please apply by clicking on the below link.
City Lit promotes and values inclusion and is committed to equality of opportunity, supporting and encouraging applications from under-represented groups.
Deadline: 23:59 on Friday 8 July 2022
Source: Arts Jobs