Jobs at Goldsmiths
Design at Goldsmiths is about questioning. Our students develop critical, conceptual design practices, which both challenge our understanding of the world around us and define new concepts for our future. The role of the Administrative Team, within the Department of Design, is to support all aspects of a lively and dynamic department; the Studio Coordinator has primary responsibility for the physical environment of the department.
The successful candidate will be expected to coordinate the management of department studios and other multi-purpose teaching spaces both on campus and in other nearby locations, with a focus on student engagement. They will liaise with the department Labs and Studios group, and other department stakeholders, to report and consult on issues relating to the studios. Additionally the role provides support for department events, in particular degree shows, and overseeing studio maintenance, in liaison with Estates colleagues and suppliers where required.
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
- Experience of working in a studio environment and understanding of studio management and organisation
- Experience and understanding of Health & Safety procedures and issues
- Ability to work to deadlines and manage own time effectively
- Ideally, a full clean driving licence