Technician - Theatre
TECHNICIAN - MUSIC
Creative Industries - West Durrington Site
Salary: GBP18,037 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
Vac Ref: NBC0821
Fixed Term contract until end July 2017
We are seeking to recruit a technician to assist in the delivery of a range of music performance and technology courses. You will develop and maintain our studio and computer resources and assist students and staff in the setup and use of music equipment, instruments, software and hardware.
We require a responsible, person with a strong interest in music and hands on practical work. You should have extensive knowledge and experience of Apple computers and OSX, Logic Pro, Protools, Ableton and other music and multimedia software, also a wide range of mixers, samplers, other music production hardware and musical instruments. A working knowledge of SSL desks would also be an advantage. The ability to work in a team and excellent organisation and people skills are essential. Your duties may include working on some evenings and Saturdays by rota.
You should have:-
- Qualifications to Level 3 or equivalent in a relevant music performance/technology field
- Relevant recent professional experience
- Good IT skills including knowledge of relevant multimedia software
- Good organisational and time keeping skills and the ability to work as part of a team
- A clean driving licence is essential as there will be a requirement to drive hired vans or College vehicles
Northbrook can offer competitive pay rates, pension scheme, generous holidays and full opportunities for training and development.
Please note that applications will be subject to DBS police checks.
We welcome applications from those of BME origins and from all sections of the community so that we can reflect its diversity. We are an equal opportunities employer.
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Closing date for completed application forms: 23 October 2016
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