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Sessional Tutors in Faculty of Arts, School of Communication and Creative Arts (UG/PG Film)

Apply now Job no: 496406
Work type: Casual
Location: Melbourne - Burwood
Categories: Arts, Education

The role

Sessional Tutor in trimester 1, 2 and 3:

As a Sessional Tutor in the Film, Television and Animation course, you will make an important contribution to the discipline(s) and unit(s) for which you are engaged. You will prepare and conduct tutorials, consult with students, undertake assessment and attend meetings as required by the Unit Chair.

ACF104 Screening History

Required:

Film/cinema studies background

 ALC104 Media Genres: Negotiating Textual Forms and Pleasures

Required:

Film/cinema studies background

ACA203 The Art and Design of Sound

Required:

Candidates must be experienced in ProTools software and post production sound practices.

ACF201 Short Fiction Film

Required:

Creditable experience in filmmaking, preferably in producing or directing and ability to teach across departments and Black Magic URSA Mini workflow.

ACA202 Directing and Acting for the Screen

Required:

Candidates must have knowledge, experience and skill in acting and directing for the screen, especially teaching student directors how to prepare. Directing acting performances for the screen will be highly regarded.

ACF206 Contemporary Topics in Screen Cultures: Film Festivals

Required: Film/cinema studies background

 ACF208 – Cinematography

Required:

Experience in Digital Cinema cameras and lighting equipment operation and safety, shot and lighting composition and continuity.

ACF209 Experimental Screens

Required:

Experience in filmmaking, camera, sound and editing. Some knowledge of the history and practice of experimental approaches to screen production and related artforms is desirable.

 ACF211 Screen Careers

Required:

Creditable understanding of the film industry in Australia and experience in filmmaking.

ALC304 - The Celebrity Industries: Star Images, Fan Cultures and Performance

Required:

Film/cinema studies background and also some experience in filmmaking.

ACF307 – Major Screen Project A – Development

Required:

The candidate will demonstrate knowledge, experience and skill in screenwriting practice and three act structure, especially in the short film format.

A working knowledge of the short film, studio based TV, documentary and animation landscape, which includes preproduction, production and exhibition, will be highly regarded.

ACF320 The Australian Moving Image

Required: Film/cinema studies background

ACA401 – Advanced Creative Practice A 

Required:

Please note that this is a FTVA Honours unit so will need the required qualifications. The candidate will need a working knowledge and experience in screenwriting, especially the short film format. Experience in a writers room will be highly regarded.

ACA493 – Research Project 3

Required:

Please note that this is a FTVA Honours unit so will need the required qualifications. The candidate will have experience in short film production.

ACF706 - Story Telling on Screen

Required:

Film/cinema studies background and also creditable experience in filmmaking.

ACF710 Screen Production: Advanced Techniques

Required:

An ability to teach all location production roles using digital cinema cameras and workflows. This includes camera operation and data management; lighting; sound recording and boom swinging; principles of art direction; staging and blocking; principles of shooting for continuity; crew roles and location procedures.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Teaching hours dependant on student numbers

Trimester dates

To apply:

  1. Please list no more than three units you would like to be considered for.
  2. Please upload a current CV (if you are not already on the tutoring register).
  3. Please note all successful applicants will need to have a Working with Children Check at their own expense.

To be successful, you’ll have:

1. Appropriate degree or experience relevant to unit.

2. Understanding of relevant unit subject content as demonstrated by academic achievement and/or professional competency. 

3. Excellent teaching skills and experience teaching the subject-matter, or capacity to develop teaching skills within the context of the unit.

4. Ability to work independently and collaboratively with others. 

5. Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively with students and unit chair and commitment to providing timely and constructive feedback on student assignments.

AQF Level Guide

Teaching into:                                  

Bachelor Degree – must have Honours or above (or equivalent experience)                         

Honours, Grad Cert, Grad Dip – must have Masters or above (or equivalent experience) 

Masters – must have Doctoral degree (or equivalent experience)

EXTRA INFORMATION

  1. Please list no more than three units you would like to be considered for.
  2. Please upload a current CV (if you are not already on the tutoring register).
  3. Please note all successful applicants will need to have a Working with Children Check at their own expense.

Your key responsibilities will be to:

As a Sessional Tutor you will make an important contribution to the discipline(s) and unit(s) for which you are engaged. You will prepare and conduct tutorials, consult with students, undertake assessment and attend meetings as required by the Unit Chair.

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