Lecturer/Teacher IT & Games design

HSDC-Alton is seeking to appoint an IT and Games Design teacher with a strong commitment to student success to teach on our successful IT courses and new Games Design course on the Alton campus.

The successful candidate will teach selected units of the Level 2 and 3 BTEC Information Technology courses and on the L3 Games Design & Development course starting in September 2021.

In addition to good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team, applicants should have a recognised IT or Games Design qualification. We provide a good training and support programme for candidates without a recognised teaching qualification.


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