Title: Print Technician
Location / Co: Northumbria University
Closing Date: 30/7/2009
Ref: ASS08/36

Print Technician
Salary: Grade 5 - £25,073 to £30,503

The School of Arts and Social Sciences is a vibrant and exciting School with an international reputation for excellence in learning, teaching and research. The School offers a diverse and dynamic portfolio of subjects including: Performing Arts, Journalism, Film and Media, English, Creative Writing, History, Art History, Fine Art, Criminology, Photography, Politics, Sociology, Modern Foreign Languages and Public Policy.

As part of the Technical Support team you will be required to provide effective, efficient and up-to-date support for staff and students, implementing technological solutions to support teaching, learning and research across the activity of the School. As well as contributing to technical support, you will also contribute to the development and implementation of health and safety regulation and best practice within the School. Working with internal and external partners to facilitate the delivery of a high quality of service, will be experienced in the implementation of policy and procedure. You should have an excellent working knowledge and understanding of a range of printmaking techniques and materials including lithography, collagraphy, screen printing, monoprint, book arts including typography, papermaking etching, video and digital printmaking and photographic print processes.

With primary responsibility for supporting the School’s Printmaking (craft and digital) workshop, you will also be expected to work across a number of creative areas in the School including contemporary fine art, photography, conservation and media.

To find out more about this role and the School of Arts and Social Sciences please visit: www.northumbria.ac.uk

If you would like to apply, please send your completed Application Form to careers@northumbria.ac.uk

Northumbria University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

Closing date: 30 July 2009

Selection date: August 2009

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