Escape Studios are Europe's premier visual effects academy with over 14 years experience in creating world-class, studio-ready talent.
We take students with raw talent and big aspirations and shape them into the creative professionals demanded by today’s employers. We promise highly vocational, industry-focused training experience, giving our students the skills they need to graduate job-ready.
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Visual Effects (VFX), Games Art and Animation. We offer a range of full-time and part-time short courses in Visual Effects, Games and Animation.
You'll be joining a team of experienced professionals who know how to pass on the knowledge, skills and curiosity to create the next generation of innovators that will move the creative industries forward.
The Animation Tutor is primarily responsible for the development and delivery of animation programmes (UG, PG, short course) in the classroom, online or via any other medium as required. There will be other opportunities to deliver other course content and teach new emerging software and techniques in future. Working closely with the other tutors and the Course Development and Student Experience teams you will ensure the programmes offered are of the highest quality and that courses in your specific area of expertise is up to date and industry relevant at all times.
Key to success will be the ability to communicate complex ideas, tools and techniques to students in a classroom environment, online through e-Learning and in collaboration with other staff at Escape Studios. There may be times when training new tutors and on-boarding procedures are also part your duties to maintain a high standard of teaching and learning in the classrooms and internally.
Primary Location: GB-GB-London
Work Locations: GB-London-190 High Holborn 190 High Holborn London WC1V 7BH
Job: Learning Delivery
Employee Status: Regular Employee
Job Type: Standard
Shift: Day Job
Job Posting: Mar 28, 2018
Job Unposting: Apr 18, 2018
Schedule: Full-time Regular
Req ID: 1801679