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Thank you for your interest in Norwich University of the Arts.

Norwich University of the Arts is a successful specialist University, offering high quality courses in creative arts at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our mission is to be the best Specialist University for Arts, Design, Architecture and Media study in Europe, producing graduates of the highest quality and inspiring students and staff to achieve excellence in the creative and cultural spheres.

We are a dynamic, contemporary and creative community providing art, design and media education from a unique campus in the heart of Norwich. As a new employee you will join a dedicated, friendly team of academic and professional support staff. We realise that making career choices requires careful consideration and that you need as much information about an organisation as possible to ensure it is the right move for you.

We hope that you find our pack provides you with an insight into working at Norwich University of the Arts, that as you read about us you will be inspired by our ethos and plans for the future of the University and that you will want to join our team.

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If you require any further information regarding our vacancies please contact Human Resources at

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Committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Course Leader: BA (Hons) Interior Design

£39,324 to £46,924 per annum plus Course Leader Allowance

35 per week

BA (Hons) Interior Design at NUA is an exciting venture for NUA and this vibrant course will see its second intake of students in September 2017. We embrace diversity and promote innovation in our approach to studying interior design and the curriculum is designed to support students as they embark on careers within the industry. The course is located alongside other practice-based disciplines in the Faculty of Design and Architecture where students benefit from becoming part of a wholly creative community of makers, doers and thinkers. Well-resourced workshops, library, open lectures, exhibitions, events and collaborative projects with students across disciplines enhance the student experience at NUA.

Following the successes of the current post-holder in developing and launching the course, we are now seeking to appoint a Course Leader with the drive, ambition and experience to continue to lead, promote and deliver this flourishing award. The successful candidate will possess a comprehensive knowledge of contemporary interior architecture and design together with a deep understanding of the requirements for an undergraduate award that is clearly focused on preparing students for their future careers.

You will be able to demonstrate excellent skills in organisation and management. You will have a background of working professionally in a related area of interior architecture and design and bring with you strong professional relationships with high profile industry contacts. You will demonstrate an understanding of the current and future drivers for curriculum content and design and have an understanding of the wider Higher Education context and the current strategic imperatives faced by UK universities.

Application packs and further details for the above post are available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs email jobs@nua.ac.uk or telephone 01603 756243.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity

Closing Date: Friday 7th July 2017
Interview Date: Wednesday 26th July 2017

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Senior Lecturer: MA Courses 0.4 FTE

£15,730 to £18,770 per annum

14 hours per week

We currently offer 8 taught MA courses in:

Communication Design, Curation, Fashion, Fine Art, Games, Moving Image and Sound, Photography and Textiles.

The post holder will have the opportunity to engage with aspects of all of these awards, and we are particularly interested in hearing from candidates with professional and academic expertise in the fields of contemporary design and/or media, who bring strong industry networks.

The Senior Lecturer: MA Courses joins a dedicated team of academic staff who support the practice-led interdisciplinary core of our taught postgraduate provision. The main emphasis of this new role is to enhance teaching delivery and student engagement within the context of a community of practice and research.

The role requires an understanding of innovative learning and teaching at postgraduate level and a commitment to enhancing the student experience. As a Senior Lecturer working across specialisms, you will be a genuine team player and be able to demonstrate excellent skills in fostering collaborative working between students along with skills in organisation and management.

The ability and agility to support taught postgraduate students across the range of our creative subjects would be an advantage.

Closing Date: Friday 7th July 2017
Interview Date: Tuesday 25th July 2017

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Lecturer: Film Production

£32,004 to £38,183 per annum

Full time

Due to the continuing popularity of the BA (Hons) Film & Moving Image Production, Creative Skillset Accredited Ticked, course with its award winning students, we have seen a significant increase in applications and enrolments over the last few years and now wish to appoint a high calibre experienced professional to our team.

The main emphasis of this new role is to enhance the delivery of studio and location film production skills at Masters Level as well as across the four years of the undergraduate provision. The ability to support students in a range of moving image and sound contexts in relation to a variety of applications would be advantageous.

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a significant research profile and evidence of professional industry experience. You will be expected to have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject and desirably the potential to supervise doctoral students.

The role requires an understanding of delivering and developing innovative learning and teaching strategies at degree level, together with skills in team-working and organisation and a commitment to enhancing the student experience and promoting student employability.

Closing Date: Monday 26th June 2017
Interview Date: Thursday 13th July 2017

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Lecturer: Fashion Communication and Promotion

£32,004 to £38,183 per annum

35 hours per week

One Year Fixed Term

An experienced lecturer with a background in Fashion Communication and Promotion is required to join the team for our BA (Hons) Fashion Communication and Promotion degree course which offers students the opportunity to study a wide range of disciplines relating to fashion branding, marketing and promotion.

The role involves supporting the development, teaching and running of the course and includes relevant teaching core subjects, organising skills-based workshops, liaising with technical staff and supervising students.

The successful applicant will have a broad knowledge of the practice and theory of fashion marketing and promotion with specific skills and industry experience in one or more of the following: art direction, styling and photography for fashion; fashion publication and graphic design.

The postholder will have good organisational skills and competency with relevant design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

You will have an understanding of learning and teaching strategies at degree level, together with skills in team-working and organisation and a commitment to promoting student employability.

Closing Date: Friday 7th July 2017
Interview Date: Monday 17th July 2017

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Marketing Administrator

£22,494 to £26,052 per annum

Full Time

The marketing team sits within the busy Marketing and Recruitment Department which is responsible for raising the profile of NUA as well as promoting the University to prospective students across the UK and internationally.

A professional, efficient and accurate administrator is required to support the Director of Marketing and Marketing Team. Currently reporting to the Director of Marketing, the post holder will be responsible for team administration which will include organisation of meetings, travel, finance and reception. You will oversee the central database of VIP and specialist contacts, ensuring that it is up to date for invitation mailings. You will also support the team with a range of marketing activities which could include uploading images to the central image bank, writing up stories for the website and social media, organising events, coordinating student prizes and scholarships and responding to the marketing team email.

With proven experience of working in a busy office environment you will need to be able to communicate well and work confidently with the team while being flexible and prepared to turn your hand to supporting the team with a wide range of marketing related tasks.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Closing Date: Wednesday 5th July 2017
Interview Date: Friday 21st July 2017

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Students' Union Assistant Administrator

£12,668 - £14,201 per annum

Full time for 30 weeks per annum

This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of the Student' Union.

The Students’ Union at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) based in the cultural heart of Norwich promotes the interests and welfare of students through representation, support and advice. It is the recognised representative channel between the student body and the University at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the dynamic and contemporary study of arts, design, architecture and media.

We are looking to appoint a proactive, enthusiastic and experienced Assistant Administrator to join our small, busy and dynamic team.

With customer service at the forefront of our diverse business, the ideal candidate must have well developed communication and interpersonal skills with a friendly, approachable style.

The successful candidate will be a good organiser who is willing to get involved in supporting the planning, preparation and delivery of Union events, which on occasions will require flexible working.

You will be educated to A-level standard or equivalent and proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity

Applications should be sent to: su.administrator@nua.ac.uk

Closing Date: Friday 30th June 2017
Interview Date: Monday 17th July 2017

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Technician: Fashion 0.6 FTE

£15,847 to £18,356 per annum

28 hours per week for 36 weeks per year - Mon to Thurs 1.00 pm to 9.00pm

In support of our continuing commitment to a high-quality student experience, we are seeking to recruit a member of technical support staff to join our successful fashion team. The Fashion Studios provide extensive specialist resources to support the creation and realisation of student work from the BA (Hons) and MA Fashion courses; the studios include professional sewing machines, overlockers, buttonholers, pressing equipment, high-quality mannequins and pattern cutting facilities. Reflecting and extending fashion industry trends, NUA’s course and workshop resources embrace emerging technologies and practices including relevant hardware and software.

The successful candidate will be a skilled, committed and dynamic Fashion Technician with proven professional experience of high-quality garment design, construction and manufacture in commercial or Higher Education environments. The person appointed will have an in-depth understanding of the rigorous requirements of studying fashion at undergraduate and post graduate levels with professional standard garment construction and creative pattern-cutting skills.

Experience and knowledge of maintaining equipment, organising and managing machinery and stock will be an advantage.

Application packs and further details for the above posts are available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs email jobs@nua.ac.uk or telephone 01603 756243

Committed to equality and valuing diversity

Closing Date: Tuesday 11th July 2017
Interview Date: Friday 21st July 2017

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Evening Technician: Digital Moving Image

£10.10 to £11.32 per hour

28 hours per week for up to 30 weeks per year - Mon to Thurs 1.00 pm to 9.00 pm

As part of our commitment to a high-quality student experience, we are recruiting a new member to extend the scope of our successful technical support staff team. The Media Workshop provides specialist resources to support digital media creation and architecture. The resources include a digital film studio, networked computer workshops, large format scanning, large format inkjet printing, 3D printing, laser printing, laser cutting and an architectural model making room.

The successful candidate will be a skilled Technician with proven professional experience of working in digital film studio and location production in commercial or Higher Education environments. Working mainly in the University’s digital film resources, the post holder will liaise with the line manager to ensure that users of the studio, control room, the associated filming, lighting and sound recording resources are supported to realise their creative outcomes. Delivering technical instruction for safe filming, setting up for conventional, green screen and motion capture shoots, and managing the tri-caster vision mixer operation are all key functions of the post.

The role holder will be expected to take responsibility for the safe operation, routine maintenance and housekeeping in these busy resources to ensure a safe and efficient throughput of filming activities in the resources. The successful candidate will have good interpersonal skills and the ability to ensure that all users in the studio behave professionally and maintain good etiquette with live models in the studio.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Application packs and further details for the above post is available at www.nua.ac.uk/jobs email jobs@nua.ac.uk or telephone 01603 756243

Closing Date: Tuesday 18th July 2017
Interview Date: Thursday 27th July 2017

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Evening Technician: Digital Imaging

£10.10 to £11.32 per hour

28 hours per week for up to 30 weeks per year - Mon to Thurs 1.00 pm to 9.00 pm

To maintain our on-going commitment to a high-quality student experience, we are seeking to recruit an experienced and committed technician to support extended access to the Photography Studio and Digital Darkroom.

The Photography Studio and Digital Darkroom provide specialist resources to support professional quality digital image creation, with studios, image editing and high quality digital inkjet printing. The post holder will liaise with the line manager to ensure that users of the studio, digital darkroom and printing resources are supported to realise their creative outcomes. Delivering technical instruction for safe photography and assisting students to set up still life and live model shots are important functions of the role.

The successful candidate will be a skilled Technician with proven professional experience of digital image creation with competencies in a range of professional medium format and DSLR digital cameras, studio lighting, software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop and Capture One) and inkjet printing to professional quality output. Your skills and experience will have been acquired in a commercial or Higher Education environment. The successful candidate will have good interpersonal skills and the ability to ensure that all users in the studio behave professionally and maintain good etiquette with live models in the studio.

Committed to equality and valuing diversity

Closing Date: Tuesday 18th July 2017
Interview Date: Thursday 27th July 2017

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Technician: Media (Creative Computer Science)

£26,829 to £31,076 per annum

Full time

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Media Technical Team in this new post at the University as it implements its launches Creative Computer Science and the first BSc course. The Media Workshop provides specialist resources to support creative programming, digital media creation and architecture. The resources include networked computer workshops, digital film, photography and sound studios, large format scanning, large format inkjet printing and 3D printing.

The successful candidate will have proven professional experience in creative computer sciences, ideally from a games development background and from a commercial or Higher education environment. The person appointed to the post will be able to work fluently with C++ and other languages to produce results with Unreal Engine 4 and Unity, able to debug problematic code and application failure, have hands-on experience of provisioning mobile devices on different platforms for app development, testing and publishing. The role requires strong abilities to set up and manage version control systems for both binary and text file formats.

Experience of preparing and delivering technical inductions to students or trainees will be an advantage in meeting the requirements of the role. The post holder will join a team operating busy workshop environments, taking individual and shared responsibility for the associated Health and Safety regulations, operating and maintaining a secure network environment, and COSHH regulations.

Closing Date: Tuesday 25th July 2017
Interview Date: Tuesday 25th July 2017

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