Technical Demonstrator (Polymers)

University of Brighton
February 25, 2024
Offerd Salary:£29,605 to £32,982
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Contract Type:Fixed Term End Date
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Technical Demonstrator (Polymers) School of Art and Media Location: Brighton - City Campus

Salary: £29,605 to £32,982 pro rata 22.5 hours per week Fixed Term End Date: 28/03/2025 Closing Date: Sunday 25 February 2024 Reference: ME6021-24-058

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the School of Art to cover the maternity leave for the technical demonstrator for polymers in the 3D program. You will be working alongside the academic team and workshop manager you will organise, prepare and deliver technical inductions and demonstration and provide technical resource support for the academic needs of students and staff.

You will provide specialist professional advice to all students, ensuring their understanding of skills and applications are met. You will organise and administer in consultation with the Workshop Manager, technical services in the workshops and to provide technical support for the academic needs of students and staff using these workshops. You will ensure that safe codes of practice are maintained, and current Health and Safety guidelines are adhered to in order to make your work area a safe place for staff, students and visitors

To be effective in this role, you will need:

This post is part time 22.5 hours per week and is fixed term until the 28th of March 2025. Applications from job sharers are welcome.

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