Glenmoor & Winton Academies are looking to appoint a creative and talented professional who is efficient and highly motivated to take on the part-time role of Art & Technology Technician.
The part time Art & Technology Technician post will be responsible for supporting teachers with preparation of materials for lessons in the department and be expected to work with students directed by the teacher in lessons of Photography, Fine Art and Graphic Design.
- Company name:
- Glenmoor & Winton Academies
- Work pattern:
- Part Time, Term Time Only
- Salary / Pay:
- Pro rata (FTE £19,430 per annum)
- Closing date:
- Mon, 31st July 2017
We are looking for someone who is:
- Creative, talented and passionate about the visual arts
- Highly organised
- Excellent at using their own initiative
- Has a sound knowledge of Photoshop and preferably darkroom practice
- A good communicator with both adults and young people
- Excellent at inspiring others
- Possesses lots of energy and enthusiasm
- In possession of a sense of humour
It will be the responsibility of the post holder to:
- Provide technical, practical and administrative support to staff and students
- Prepare equipment and sourcing information to be used prior to the start of lessons
- Monitor and maintain stock, equipment and resources. Capitation bids and ordering
- Provide demonstrations and tuition in technical processes and safe practice to groups of students within the darkroom
- Designing new literature for the department and across the Academy (including staff passes and student planners)
- Assisting in the organisation of departmental visits
- Tuition in Photoshop and creating technical handouts for students to work from
- Provide technical support in lessons throughout the working day
- Preparing for exhibitions
How to apply
Interested parties need to apply through the Academies website.
Closing date: 4.00pm 31 July 2017
Interviews: 24 or 25 August 2017
The Academies are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS.
To comply with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, all prospective employees will be required to supply evidence of eligibility to work in the UK.