University for the Creative Arts


Learning Development Tutor at University for the Creative Arts  :::Full Time: 36.25 hours per week


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UCA is the No.1 Specialist Creative University in the Guardian League Table 2021. The University is also proud to hold the TEF Gold award for teaching quality from the Office for Students.

University for the Creative Arts : As the second largest provider of creative education in Europe, UCA has been producing exceptional graduates for the creative industries worldwide for more than 150 years. We have more than 7,500 students studying on 120 creative arts, business and technology courses at campuses in Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Rochester, Hampton Court and Maidstone, as well as through distance learning. Our exceptional team of world-class teaching and research academics are equipping the next generation of creators, innovators and leaders with the skills they need to thrive in the creative industries.

University for the Creative Arts
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As well as enjoying an international reputation for its HE provision, UCA is unique in that it helps students make a career in one of the most dynamic, significant and fastest-growing sectors of the economy. We are ideally positioned to lead the way and provide the talent for a new-look future, and we hope that you’ll bring your skillset to our cause – creating the perfect environment for the next generation of creatives, entrepreneurs and makers to thrive.

The University for the Creative Arts is seeking to appoint a Learning Development Tutor. Learning Development Tutors provide consultancy and guidance to staff and students in the specialist field of language, literacy and academic practices. They work closely with course teams to contribute to inclusive curriculum development and provide specialist understanding and advice about inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies. They are additionally responsible for the tutoring of students in the specialist field of literacy and academic practices. This tutoring may take the form of co-teaching with course tutors, embedded workshops, seminars, lectures, small group sessions and 1-1 tutorials.

The post holder will work collaboratively within a cross-specialist team within Academic Services and with other staff to develop provision and enhance the student experience across the range of FE, UG and PG courses offered at the University.  Although primarily based on a single campus, they will travel to the other campuses as required and work closely with colleagues to develop and implement creative and best-practice approaches to teaching, learning and assessment.

The University actively encourages staff development and training.  You are expected to participate in training and development activities as necessary to meet job, institutional and personal development.

Training and development is primarily focused as developing you in your present role. However, one part of the long-term training strategy of the University includes identifying personal development needs that will improve your performance and skills as an employee of the University.

For an information discussion about this role please contact Leigh Garrett, Head of Resources, Discovery & Liaison | Academic Services –

For further details and to apply for this post, please click on the apply button above.

Please note UCA may close a vacancy early in the event of high numbers of applications being received.

Interviews will be held on 11th October 2021.

The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive University that is truly representative of all sections of society. We particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the University.


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