Post Graduate Contemporary Art Supervisor
Bring your real world skills in Contemporary Art Theory and postgraduate supervision to the next generation
Impart your enthusiasm and passion for contemporary art and design to students at Wintec. Make a difference to your industry and to your own life – bring your skills to Wintec.
About the role
You’ll help students to become work-ready as they study, using your professional skills and experience. Your industry contacts will provide students with real world experience, work placements and internships. If you’re new to tutoring, Wintec will provide you with teacher training.
Are you an ideal candidate?
If you love what you do and you have excellent communication skills, teaching at Wintec could be your best career move. Be involved in something more fulfilling than just going to work – nurturing and guiding eager minds as they create their futures.
Working at Wintec
One of New Zealand’s leading tertiary institutes, Wintec’s focus is on innovation and the future. That means we provide opportunities not just for our students, but for our teaching staff as well. You’ll broaden your professional networks through our industry-connected staff, and be supported to keep your own career skills up-to-date.
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You will hold a PhD qualification and need to evidence and demonstrate professional experience in contemporary art theory and practice as well as media theory. You will have knowledge of and comfort with tikanga Māori, credibility with stakeholder communities and a commitment to reciprocity in the values of your practice. You will be expected to be an active researcher and contribute to the research culture within the School of Media Arts as well develop your own portfolio of research by practice and exhibitions. As well as postgraduate supervision, there will be opportunities for teaching at undergraduate level.
Applications will close 1st February, 2018
Location: City Campus
Closing Date: Thursday, 1 February 2018