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Arts Jobs: Technical Demonstrator (Screenprinting) ** deadline 9 Sep 2015 ** University of Brighton

Technical Demonstrator (Screenprinting), University of Brighton

   

Bring your sound working knowledge of the technical and commercial aspects of textile printing and dyeing within the fashion industry to work as part of our team based in the city centre, providing technical resource and demonstration to support teaching activities for the fashion and textiles program. You will be responsible for organising, preparing and delivering technical inductions and demonstrations and providing technical support for the academic needs of students and staff.You will have recognised and relevant qualification and the ability to be able to work independently, confidently and safely whilst maintaining good relationships with staff and students, adapting your style to meet different information needs. Essential qualities would also include acrylic-based colour mixing and multi-colour printing, as well as the ability to demonstrate a high standard of printing and to anticipate the users’ requirements of the workshops.

In return, we offer a wide range of employee benefits including 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata) and time off during the Christmas period, a pension scheme, childcare vouchers and travel loans.

Hours will normally be worked on Thursdays and Fridays, although some occasional flexibility may be possible.

£24,775 to £27,864 pro rata

14.5 hours per week

Location: Brighton – Grand Parade

Ref: AD6017-15-236

Closing date: Wednesday, 9 September 2015.

Interviews will be held during the week commencing 21 September.

South East Closes Wednesday 9 September 2015 Paid (£25k-30k pro rata) Part time Artform: crafts, visual arts   Contact: Human Resources humanresources@brighton.ac.uk

Source: Technical Demonstrator (Screenprinting)

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