Game Art Animation Lecturer (ANL/OXF)

Overview

Reference
ANL/OXF

Salary
£28,000 - £32,000/annum

Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- South East England -- Oxfordshire -- Oxford

Job Type
Contract

Posted
04 March 2021


Game Art Animation Lecturer
£28,000 - £32,000 (depending on qualification and experience) Permanent, full time, 40 hours per week  SAE Oxford 
Full-time
SAE Oxford

SAE is part of the Navitas Group, which is a diversified global education provider that offers an extensive range of educational services for students and professionals including university programs, language training, student recruitment and workforce education.

We are looking for a knowledgeable and engaging educator to deliver modules as part of our BA/BSc (Hons) Animation degree courses under the guidance of the Programme and Academic Coordinators.

Key responsibilities

• Facilitating learning through a variety of methods;
• Planning students’ learning experience through lesson plans and deliverable course material;
• Timely marking of assessments, providing useful and on-going feedback to students;
• Engaging in recruitment and outreach events through the year.

Essential Criteria

• Masters degree in a related field, or Hons degree and a PG Cert Education/HEA Membership (en route to a qualification with demonstrable evidence of satisfactory progress), and/or significant industry experience;
• Teaching experience, including the creation of session plans and preparation of materials;
• Experience in Games Design production pipeline and relevant software (Unreal Engine, Maya, Zbrush, Adobe Suite). Highly proficient in texturing modelling (high and low-poly), lighting and camera;
• Specialisms including Unreal Engine, Asset Development, Animation, Texturing, Lighting, Camera, Rendering;
• Concept development, project management and post production skills (Unreal, Adobe Suite);
• Animation techniques; camera, characters and environmental assets;
• Ability to prioritise and manage competing demands;
• Must have rights to live and work in the UK.

Desirable Criteria

• Ability to create and build on industry links;
• Knowledge of production pipelines and game development techniques;
• Experience in using technology, including Virtual Learning Environments;
• Knowledge and basic understanding of the VFX pipeline (Nuke);
• Ability to teach across other disciplines (including common modules and modules from other SAE programmes e.g. Film, Audio, Web etc.).

Refer to the attached position description for additional details about this role.

What we offer:
The Navitas Group offers outstanding long-term career opportunities within the UK and abroad, and is values driven and an equal opportunity employer.

We regret that due to the volume of the applications, only successful applicants will be contacted


Contact information

Alison Shelton


For further details please download the job description below: