Royal College of Art
Founded in 1837, the Royal College of Art is the world’s largest community of postgraduate art and design students. It is also the oldest art and design university in continuous operation and has been ranked as the world ‘s number 1 art & design university for a remarkable nine consecutive years (QS World Subject Rankings 2015-2022).
Main purpose of the post:
Take a lead in ensuring the effective provision and availability of specialist equipment and work areas in order to facilitate academic delivery, student learning, research and knowledge transfer activities.
- Provide highly skilled technical assistance, guidance and instruction to all users, demonstrating equipment and processes as appropriate.
- Provide support to the Lead Technical Instructor in the day-to-day function of technical services within the area of Digital Print
Duties and responsibilities:
This role involves
- Significant knowledge and experience in large format digital printing and the software used in file preparation.
- The ability to operate and maintain a digital print resource and bureau service, supporting both the production of large format specialist printing and high volume printed output.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- The ability to use initiative and work as part of a team.
- Excellent organisational, time management, planning and problem solving skills
- Excellent user focus and a flexible approach
- The role includes: fine art inkjet printing, poster printing, RISO printing, basic bookbinding, vinyl printing and cutting. Experience in the majority of these would be desirable but not essential.
How to apply:
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Closing date for applications: 11.59pm 8th October 2023
The Recruitment Process:
As part of your application you may be invited to an initial assessment on Zoom, a technical test and formal interview. We estimate this recruitment process to be complete within a 2 month period.
The Royal College of Art is committed to creating an environment of mutual respect, where differences are valued and celebrated and where innovation, creativity and diversity can flourish.
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The Royal College of Art (RCA) aims to foster an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its staff and students and stakeholders are respected.
We recognise the broad range of experiences that a diverse staff and student body brings and how this strengthens our research and enhances our teaching. In order for RCA to remain a world-leading institution we are committed to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) principles throughout all of our processes, from application through to appointment.
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