Instructor of Motion Graphics

Vancouver Film School
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December 16, 2022
Part Time
Vancouver, BC
$50–$70 an hour

Digital Design Department is currently looking to fill a part time Instructor of Motion Graphics position. They will responsible for delivering the curriculum effectively and providing feedback to students. The Instructor should have a deep knowledge of the principles of Motion Graphics.


Core Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Work closely with the Head of Department to ensure class curriculum is accurate, up-to-date and communicated to students in a clear and concise manner.
  • In consultation with other staff, develop innovative mechanisms to teach Motion Graphics techniques.
  • Provide students with guidance on issues relating to Motion Graphics.
  • Instruct students on the various technical problems encountered during Motion Graphics production.
  • Mentor students through the various snags encountered during the creation of Motion Graphics.
  • Participate in departmental projects related to promotion and student experience
  • Work with staff in other departments on cross-departmental collaborative projects
  • Provide students with instruction based upon existing curriculum.
  • Class attendance and grading.
  • Provide students with regular feedback.
  • Attendance at staff meetings.



  • Post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree (or equivalent) and/or 3 years industry experience or software certification where applicable
  • Demonstrable familiarity and experience with Motion Graphics.
  • Ability to lead workshops, lectures and seminars.
  • Excellent communication, organizational, time management and interpersonal skills.
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Expertise with Adobe AfterEffects and Premier


Vancouver Film School believes in diversity in all forms and we're committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. As our team grows, we're looking to work with a wide range of creatives and professionals from different backgrounds, including but not limited to Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, newcomers to Canada, seniors, visible minorities and people from all genders, sexual orientation and religious backgrounds. We want to assure both our students and staff that this is of the utmost importance and strive to improve representation in all areas

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