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art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 6000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We are looking for a kind, creative and passionate individual to join the team at art-K Bournemouth. 50% of Club Manager time is dedicated to teaching the students, 25% is spent on preparing for the classes, 25% to admin and promotion.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching children who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about children's artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Have a growth-oriented mindset, especially towards learning and development.
  • Be excited to learn how to read how successfully the studio is running (based on number of customers, retention and trial conversions) and to adapt to whether the studio needs more growth actions in order to achieve its goals.
  • Have a proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year.
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service.
  • At the end of 5 years the opportunity to start an art-K Franchise without any upfront fees to art-K (valued at £10,000).

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time: Tuesdays to Saturdays. During school holidays Club Managers work Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: £23,972.00-£29,631.00 per year

Location: BH7 6BQ

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Winchester! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation, if working 15+ hrs per week).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 12:15pm - 20.15pm (8)

Thu: 13:30pm - 21:30pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £14,512.68 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Location: Unit 6c Scylla Industrial Estate, Winnall Valley Road Winchester SO23 0LD

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

art-K Southville is an art club for children aged 6 to 18 based in Bristol. Using a wide range of mediums and learning techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well as 3D projects.

With over 50 branches across the country and 5000+ students - art-K has a tried-and-tested programme that’s proven to work in teaching children core artistic skills and techniques. art-K cares very deeply about sharing their love of art with our students, and our goal is ensuring each child has access to an art-K club in their local area.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Assistant Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Southville! You will be supporting our Art Teachers with the running of the session and the upkeep of the studio, ensuring our students get the best experience when attending our classes.

Job responsibilities

  • Work in a fun, club environment with high teacher-student ratios where children are enthusiastic about art.
  • Join a strong team of like-minded artists and teachers who are all committed and passionate about art education.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Gain experience and knowledge in delivering skill-based art programmes, teaching and child development. Learn how to individualise a programme to a students’ needs and abilities, to help their long-term development.
  • Support class preparations, for example:
  • Laying out materials
  • Talking through aims with your manager
  • Sharpening pencils
  • Washing paintbrushes
  • Cutting out templates and other requests made by your manager
  • Ad hoc other
  • Maintain the studio’s upkeep, which includes:
  • Window displays
  • Prepping paint
  • Cleaning the space
  • Making posters

The ideal candidate will:

  • Create a safe, happy, nurturing environment for students to thrive in.
  • Actively engage with parents to discuss the progress of the students with parents.
  • Support the students’ ongoing learning environment by:
  • Running workshops in school holidays.
  • Ad-hoc cover when the branch manager is ill or on holiday - preparing and leading classes.
  • Ad-hoc cover of nearby studios when required - preparing and leading classes.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or equivalent skills
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching/ working with children
  • Long term commitment to previous roles
  • Positive and proactive attitude
  • Someone who lives within 30 minutes of the branch
  • Flexibility to assist in other branches within a reasonable commuting distance in cases of staff absence

Benefits:

  • Casual dress
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Sick pay (Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period)
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).

Schedule: 17 hours per week, for the following days:

Wednesday 3:15 - 7:15 pm
Thursday 3:30 - 7:00 pm
Friday 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £11,050.00 per year

Location: 172A Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 2AR

Please apply with a cover letter and portfolio.

art-K Southville is an art club for children aged 6 to 18 based in Bristol. Using a wide range of mediums and learning techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as...

art-K Clapham is an art club for children aged 6 to 18 based in Clapham. Using a wide range of mediums and learning techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well as 3D projects.

With over 50 branches across the country and 5000+ students - art-K has a tried-and-tested programme that’s proven to work in teaching children core artistic skills and techniques. art-K cares very deeply about sharing their love of art with our students, and our goal is ensuring each child has access to an art-K club in their local area.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Assistant Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Clapham! You will be supporting our Art Teachers with the running of the session and the upkeep of the studio, ensuring our students get the best experience when attending our classes.

Job responsibilities

  • Work in a fun, club environment with high teacher-student ratios where children are enthusiastic about art.
  • Join a strong team of like-minded artists and teachers who are all committed and passionate about art education.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Gain experience and knowledge in delivering skill-based art programmes, teaching and child development. Learn how to individualise a programme to a students’ needs and abilities, to help their long-term development.
  • Support class preparations, for example:
  • Laying out materials
  • Talking through aims with your manager
  • Sharpening pencils
  • Washing paintbrushes
  • Cutting out templates and other requests made by your manager
  • Ad hoc other
  • Maintain the studio’s upkeep, which includes:
  • Window displays
  • Prepping paint
  • Cleaning the space
  • Making posters

The ideal candidate will:

  • Create a safe, happy, nurturing environment for students to thrive in.
  • Actively engage with parents to discuss the progress of the students with parents.
  • Support the students’ ongoing learning environment by:
  • Running workshops in school holidays.
  • Ad-hoc cover when the branch manager is ill or on holiday - preparing and leading classes.
  • Ad-hoc cover of nearby studios when required - preparing and leading classes.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or equivalent skills
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching/ working with children
  • Long term commitment to previous roles
  • Positive and proactive attitude
  • Someone who lives within 30 minutes of the branch
  • Flexibility to assist in other branches within a reasonable commuting distance in cases of staff absence

Benefits:

  • Casual dress
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Sick pay (Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period)
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).

Schedule: 7.5 hours per week, for the following days:

Saturday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Please apply with a cv, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £5,070.00 per year

Location: 40 North Street, London, SW4 0HD

art-K Clapham is an art club for children aged 6 to 18 based in Clapham. Using a wide range of mediums and learning techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as we...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well as 3D projects.

We’re looking to find passionate, motivated and friendly Workshop Leaders to join art-K Dorking on a fixed term contract during the summer holidays to both lead and assist in workshops.

Job responsibilities

  • Work in a fun, club environment with high teacher-student ratios where children are enthusiastic about art.
  • Have face-to-face training on the summer workshop programme.
  • Run workshops or, if the branch manager/part time teacher are in, assist running workshops.

Details

Class preparations will include, but not limited to:

  • Laying out materials
  • Talking through aims with assistants
  • Sharpening pencils
  • Washing paint brushes
  • Cutting out templates
  • Prepping materials
  • Ad hoc other

Teaching the class will include, but is not limited to:

  • Discussing techniques needed to complete a project with the students.
  • Demoing the techniques when required.
  • Keeping the students engaged on the project & providing alternatives when required.
  • Ensuring the learning aims are achieved.
  • Adhering to the safeguarding policy and maintaining the health and safety policies in the studio.
  • Creating a safe, happy, nurturing environment for students to thrive in during their workshops with art-K.

Maintain the studio’s upkeep, which includes:

  • Washing tables
  • Hoovering/mopping the floor
  • Cleaning the bathroom
  • Maintaining hygiene for safe use of the space by students

Requirements

  • Currently studying or have completed an art degree or equivalent skills
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching/ working with children
  • Positive and proactive attitude
  • Someone who lives within 30 minutes of the branch

Please apply with a cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Full-time fixed term

Pay: From £102.00 per day

Location: Unit 14, St Martin's Walk Shopping Centre, Dorking, RH4 1UT

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well a...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well as 3D projects.

We’re looking to find passionate, motivated and friendly Workshop Leaders to join art-K's Greenwich studio on a fixed term contract from 1st July - 7th September during the summer holidays to both lead and assist in workshops.

Job responsibilities

  • Work in a fun, club environment with high teacher-student ratios where children are enthusiastic about art.
  • Have face-to-face training on the summer workshop programme.
  • Run workshops or, if the branch manager/part time teacher are in, assist running workshops.

Details

Class preparations will include, but not limited to:

  • Laying out materials
  • Talking through aims with assistants
  • Sharpening pencils
  • Washing paint brushes
  • Cutting out templates
  • Prepping materials
  • Ad hoc other

Teaching the class will include, but is not limited to:

  • Discussing techniques needed to complete a project with the students.
  • Demoing the techniques when required.
  • Keeping the students engaged on the project & providing alternatives when required.
  • Ensuring the learning aims are achieved.
  • Adhering to the safeguarding policy and maintaining the health and safety policies in the studio.
  • Creating a safe, happy, nurturing environment for students to thrive in during their workshops with art-K.

Maintain the studio’s upkeep, which includes:

  • Washing tables
  • Hoovering/mopping the floor
  • Cleaning the bathroom
  • Maintaining hygiene for safe use of the space by students

Requirements

  • Currently studying or have completed an art degree or equivalent skills
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching/ working with children
  • Positive and proactive attitude
  • Someone who lives within 30 minutes of the branch

Please apply with a cover letter and portfolio.

Pay: From £103.52 per day

Job Type: Full-time fixed term

Location: 54 Woodlands Park Road London SE10 9XD

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well a...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well as 3D projects.

We’re looking to find passionate, motivated and friendly Workshop Leaders to join art-K Clapham on a fixed term contract during the summer holidays to both lead and assist in workshops.

Job responsibilities

  • Work in a fun, club environment with high teacher-student ratios where children are enthusiastic about art.
  • Have face-to-face training on the summer workshop programme.
  • Run workshops or, if the branch manager/part time teacher are in, assist running workshops.

Details

Class preparations will include, but not limited to:

  • Laying out materials
  • Talking through aims with assistants
  • Sharpening pencils
  • Washing paint brushes
  • Cutting out templates
  • Prepping materials
  • Ad hoc other

Teaching the class will include, but is not limited to:

  • Discussing techniques needed to complete a project with the students.
  • Demoing the techniques when required.
  • Keeping the students engaged on the project & providing alternatives when required.
  • Ensuring the learning aims are achieved.
  • Adhering to the safeguarding policy and maintaining the health and safety policies in the studio.
  • Creating a safe, happy, nurturing environment for students to thrive in during their workshops with art-K.

Maintain the studio’s upkeep, which includes:

  • Washing tables
  • Hoovering/mopping the floor
  • Cleaning the bathroom
  • Maintaining hygiene for safe use of the space by students

Requirements

  • Currently studying or have completed an art degree or equivalent skills
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching/ working with children
  • Positive and proactive attitude
  • Someone who lives within 30 minutes of the branch

Please apply with a cover letter and portfolio.

Pay: From £104.00 per day

Job Type: Full-time fixed term from 01/07/24 to 07/09/24

Location: 40 North St, London SW4 0HD

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children who love art! Using a wide range of mediums and techniques, the club aims to teach children a diverse range of artistic styles as well a...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 6000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We are looking for a kind, creative and passionate individual to join the team at art-K Earley. 50% of Club Manager time is dedicated to teaching the students, 25% is spent on preparing for the classes, 25% to admin and promotion.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching children who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about children's artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Have a growth-oriented mindset, especially towards learning and development.
  • Be excited to learn how to read how successfully the studio is running (based on number of customers, retention and trial conversions) and to adapt to whether the studio needs more growth actions in order to achieve its goals.
  • Have a proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year.
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service.
  • At the end of 5 years the opportunity to start an art-K Franchise without any upfront fees to art-K (valued at £10,000).

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time: Tuesdays to Saturdays. During school holidays Club Managers work Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: £29,255.00-£35,461.00 per year

Location: 5 Maiden Lane Centre, Lower Earley, Reading RG6 3HD

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Highams Park!

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation, if working 15+ hrs per week).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation, if working 15+ hrs per week).
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sunday 8-1pm

Monday 12.15-8.15pm

Wednesday 12.15-8.15pm

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £15,702.96 per year

Expected start date: 01.07.2024

Location: 400 Hale End Road, London E4 9PB

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
Purley
Posted 2 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Purley! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

24 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00- 16:00 (8)

Mon: 13:30 - 21.30 (8)

Thur: 12:00 - 20:00 (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £17,285.19 per year

Expected hours: 24 per week

Location: 27 High St, Purley CR8 2AF

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
Putney
Posted 2 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Putney! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 13:15pm - 21.15pm (8)

Wed: 12:00pm - 20:00pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £15,702.96 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Expected start date: 01/07/2024

Location: 39 Felsham Rd, London SW15 1AZ

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

Minimum Qualification

Bachelors, 2:1

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
Henleaze
Posted 3 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Henleaze! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 13:15pm - 21.15pm (8)

Wed: 12:00pm - 20:00pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £14,512.68 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Location: 186 Henleaze Rd, Henleaze, Bristol BS9 4NE

Expected start date: 01/07/2024

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

Minimum Qualification

Bachelors, 2:1

Minimum Experience

Teaching, 1 Year

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
Farnham
Posted 3 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Farnham! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 12:00pm - 20.00pm (8)

Thu: 12:00pm - 20:00pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £15,124.20 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Location:  Unit 7, Carlton Yard, Victoria Rd, Farnham GU9 7RD

Expected start date: 01/07/2024

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

Minimum Qualification

Bachelors, 2:1

Minimum Experience

Teaching, 1 Year

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
South Ealing
Posted 3 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K South Ealing! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 13:15pm - 21.15pm (8)

Thu: 12:15pm - 20:15pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £15,702.96 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Location: 181 S Ealing Rd, London W5 4RH

Expected start date: 01/07/2024

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

Minimum Qualification

Bachelors, 2:1

Minimum Experience

Teaching, 1 Year

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...

Part Time
Croxley Green
Posted 3 months ago

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching over 5000 children nationally per week!

All educationalists agree that art has positive effects on mental health, self-confidence and developing an individual personality. art-K helps realise those benefits by engaging teachers dedicated to these ideals and providing art projects that are inspiring and fun.

We’re looking to find a passionate, motivated and friendly Part Time Art Teacher to join our team at art-K Croxley Green! You will be responsible for preparing and running two of our Children's Art Classes, and one of our Adults' Art Classes.

The successful applicant will be given full training in our teaching methods and techniques to run the club. The employee will be closely supported by the central support team as well as other art teachers, each based in their own art studio.

Job responsibilities

  • Work with high teacher-pupil ratios, teaching students who love art.
  • Work in a company whose core values are:

Sharing & educating
Growth mindset
Connection
Compassion

  • Join a strong team of like-minded art teachers.
  • Embark on a 2 year training programme, gaining experience across a broad range of subjects: teaching, art techniques, child development, systems and customer engagement.
  • Have face-to-face training on all art projects by Kathryn, the Creative Director.
  • Undergo training on administration and growth which is intrinsic to the club's development.
  • Work on projects to contribute to the art-K programme by liaising with the whole team.
  • Build relationships with students and parents, who continue learning at art-K for many years.
  • Manage ad-hoc studio maintenance.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a giving person who is passionate about students' artistic development.
  • Be an excellent communicator to encourage students on their projects and discuss progress with the customer.
  • Have a positive attitude to create a welcoming and safe environment for students.
  • Be growth-orientated mindset, especially towards learning and development
  • Be proactive and organised approach to managing tasks.
  • Contribute with creative solutions.
  • Be motivated whilst working independently, embracing the responsibility and autonomy.
  • Excited to work with a family-owned brand within a conscientious team.

And ideally have:

  • Art degree or teaching degree
  • Art skills in a range of mediums
  • Experience teaching with children
  • Strong computer skills
  • Long term commitment to previous roles

Benefits

  • H&S, child safeguarding and first aid training.
  • Ofsted registered.
  • Health insurance through Vitality (following probation).
  • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity pay (following 1 year continuous service).
  • 24/7 access to mental health support with BUPA.
  • Benefits scheme through Heka.
  • Scheme to earn more days of leave linked to length of service, starting after 1 year
  • Company funded external training after 2 years of service

Pension Scheme: Contributions are made to SMART pension.

Sick Pay: Following probation, enhanced sick pay policy; 3 weeks full pay in any 12 month period.

Salary: Fixed salary weighted based on experience, which will increase as the club grows. Salary is reviewed every term.

Term time schedule:

21 hrs per week:

Sun: 08:00am - 13:00pm (5)

Mon: 13:15pm - 21.15pm (8)

Wed: 12:15pm - 20:15pm (8)

During school holidays teachers work their hours Mondays to Fridays (14 weeks per year).

To apply, submit your CV, cover letter and portfolio.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £14,512.68 per year

Expected hours: 21 per week

Location: 160-162 Watford Rd, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth WD3 3BZ

Expected start date: 01/07/2024

Job Features

Job Category

Teacher

Minimum Qualification

Bachelors, 2:1

Minimum Experience

Teaching, 1 Year

art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art ski...