Lecturer (Games)

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Monday, 29 January 2018 - 2:00am

Lecturer (Games)

SAE is the world's leading educator in creative media industries. Established in 1976 we have 53 campuses in 27 countries offering certificates, diplomas and degrees. Our students get practical, hands-on training with experienced and dedicated teachers in world-class facilities. At SAE we aim to unleash the potential of our students so they are industry-ready and eager to launch their career in Animation, Audio, Design, Film, Games, Web & Mobile. SAE Australia has campuses located in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Byron Bay.

The opportunity:
SAE Sydney is seeking an experienced lecturer/industry professional in the area of Gaming.
As part of our exciting Games lecturing team you will deliver classes and workshops, engage in assessment and marking processes, and deliver associated student support and administration tasks.

Our teaching positions:
Lecturers are tasked with providing a world class learning experience to students. They facilitate high quality student outcomes in line with the Institutes module learning outcomes and graduate attributes. These responsibilities correlate to three core areas;
~ Quality of Learning & Teaching ­– The effective delivery of modules within SAE Programs;
~ Pastoral Care – Engagement of students;
~ Collegial Practice – Building capacity within the organisation via active participation with peers and colleagues.

Qualifications & Experience:
Demonstrable experience in Games;
Experience working with one of the Game Engines namely Unity or Unreal Engine with a portfolio of work;
Hold an AQF Level 8, or higher, in a related discipline;
Possess significant industry experience in one or more SAE discipline areas;
Possess superior interpersonal and communication skills.

Core Competencies:
Excellent scholarly expertise and/or industry expertise;
Good interpersonal and written communication skills;
Ability to build relationships with all levels of the campus;
Student-focused;
Teamwork;
Proficient in the use of industry specific software / hardware and processes;
Excellent understanding of transferable skills;
Cultural awareness;
Commitment to continuous improvement.

Desirable:
Interdisciplinary skills, to work with other disciplines in SAE primarily Animation and Design.

All applicants must have a current Working With Children Check or be able to obtain one.

What to do next:
Please email Radovan Klusacek, r.klusacek@sae.edu and attach a cover letter addressing the above criteria; a CV, complete with three referees.

Questions pertaining to the position may be addressed to the Sydney Campus Manager – Radovan Klusacek, r.klusacek@sae.edu