A Programme Coordinator is required to:
Have a comprehensive knowledge of the program to ensure that the program is maintained throughout the delivery.
Ensure that all prescribed curriculum and pedagogical strategies are delivered.
Ensure that the prescribed program timetable and class attendance is maintained.
Ensure that the prescribed program assignments and assessments are completed.
Ensure that all prescribed term projects have been completed and that the associated facilities; equipment and budgets to achieve this are properly managed.
Ensure that all program statutory requirements and reports are adhered to and completed.
Key Competencies [role associated]
Willingness to adapt to AFDA’s curriculum, syllabus, schematics and methodologies and pedagogy
Willingness to adhere and embody AFDA values
Ability to work cooperatively with other teaching staff
Excellent time and deadline management skills
Excellent communication skills
Physically and emotionally well adaptable to change
Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to research independently
Ability to manage a budget
Ability to manage inventory of facilities and equipment
The capacity to research and adapt to new developments in technology
Personal Attributes [role associated]
Loyalty and a high level of confidentiality
Maturity to handle a range of situations
Honest and trustworthy – committed to high integrity of excellence
A meticulous and thorough nature
An ability to work to tight deadlines
Willingness to support student development
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (Honours) with a Motion Picture Medium discipline or skill. A Master Degree will be preferred.
Established work experience in tertiary education.
Industry and/or academic knowledge at an industry level. Industry and / or knowledge of the Film/Television and/or Performance industries
Experience in the television/film and entertainment industry.
AFDA employs candidates in line with the Employment Equity Act and as such preference will be given to suitably qualified candidates from designated groups.
All applications will be treated as highly confidential. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was not successful.
AFDA (The School of the Creative Economy) is the leading school of its kind in South Africa, offering higher certificates, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Motion Picture Medium, Live Performance, Business Innovation, and Technology. AFDA is a full member of CILECT, the association of the world’s major film and television schools. The AFDA values are passion, self-discipline, integrity, reliability, and humility.
Location: Cape Town, Observatory
Education level: Honours
Job level: Senior
HOW TO APPLY
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