CALLS FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST IN TEACHING POSITIONS AT AFTRS
- Applications Close
- 20 January 2017
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is seeking expressions of interest from industry practitioners who would like to work as teachers. The primary responsibility will be to lead groups of up to 20 students as they complete defined workshop activities. Employment will be on a part time basis. Prior teaching experience is helpful but not essential as AFTRS will provide you with teacher training.
AFTRS is committed to ensuring we have a workforce profile that reflects the greater diversity of the Australian community. To inspire genuine creativity and innovation we need to be able to draw on as many influences as possible. The stories our students tell need to reflect the complexity and diversity of our country. These stories form an important part of Australia’s cultural identity and our students are part of the next generation of thought and cultural leaders.
To support our students in the attainment of this important and aspirational role, we need to make sure they are exposed to a culturally diverse workforce, which is both supportive and representative of the broader diversity of the Australian community. AFTRS is committed to including people from all backgrounds and giving all people an equal chance.
Industry practitioners from diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Educators are strongly encouraged to apply.
If you have industry experience in the following disciplines, we would like to hear from you:
- Production Design
- Art Direction
- Visual Effects
$65 per hour Teaching
$50 per hour Preparation
Please email your current resume with covering letter outlining your relevant industry experience and why you would like to work at AFTRS to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Friday 20 January 2017.
- Current experience in related discipline
- Ability to teach and motivate students
- Organizational skills
Any questions call Igor Nay 0419 998106