Jobs at Goldsmiths

Jobs at Goldsmiths

Fine Art Print Tutor

Department
Art
Vacancy Type
Open-ended/Permanent
Full-Time/Part-Time
Part Time
Part Time Hours
Fixed
Salary
37,655 - 40,788
Actual Hours
14
FTE
0.4
Interview Date
TBC
Contact Details
ah@gold.ac.uk
Posted Date
15/05/2024
Closing Date
12/06/2024
Ref No
10168
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About the Department 

The Department of Art, one of the University’s flagship departments, has a leading reputation internationally attracting students from all over the world.

The department thrives on the diversity of cultures working within the field and benefits significantly from the University setting, which offers a thriving critical context. It is one of the leading University departments in the world, pioneering new approaches to fine art teaching and practice-based research.

About The Role 

You will deliver teaching, technical support and practical advice to enable students to realise their ideas across a wide range of digital/traditional printing processes and applications. You will need to be able to manage and support archival large format digital printing, traditional silk screen printing, etching, woodcut and lino-cut. A background in book making and binding would be a distinct advantage.

About  The Candidate 

We are seeking a talented and creative individual to teach in our Fine Art Print - Art Practice Area. You will be part of our highly skilled team who provide world class practical teaching to all students in the Department of Art at Goldsmiths.

A degree (or equivalent) from an art background is essential. You will have a proven track record of working as an Art Practice Tutor.  You will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to use initiative in the performance of your duties and to co-ordinate, plan and prioritise work. You must be able to work flexibly, without close supervision, be willing to work as part of a team and have the ability to adapt to new technologies and to self-skill where appropriate.

The start date for the position is 16 September 2024.

Salary - Grade 6, £37,655 to £40,788, (pro rata)  including London Weighting

Please note Goldsmiths will be unable to sponsor candidates for a visa for this role. Successful applicants must be able to demonstrate their right to work in the UK for the duration of their employment.