London job opps


Subject: London job opps
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Mon Nov 21 2005 - 22:07:32 EST


>
>From: Cathryn Lane <c.lane@lcc.arts.ac.uk>
>From: Cathryn Lane <c.lane@lcc.arts.ac.uk>
>Subject: Job Vacancy Research Centre Administrator Creative Research
>in Sound Arts Practice (CRISAP)
>Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 20:26:37 +0000
>
>
>Job description
>UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDON
>LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
>CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS
>CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
>CHELSEA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
>LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION
>
>Salary =A320,917 to =A323,843
>
>With a portfolio extending from photography, advertising and graphic=20
>design to our founding disciplines in print media, the London College=20
>of Communication covers the whole field of communication, specialising=20=
>
>in vocational courses up to postgraduate level.
>
>We are launching two unique research initiatives: the Materials and the=20=
>
>Arts Research Centre (MATAR) and Creative Research in Sound Arts=20
>Practice (CRISAP).We now need an enthusiastic administrator to=20
>contribute to the success of these exciting new initiatives. Your=20
>varied responsibilities will range from day-to-day office management=20
>and routine clerical tasks to maintaining websites, preparing funding=20
>bids and keeping financial records. You will also provide=20
>administrative support for organising events.
>
>Educated to at least degree level, or equivalent, you will be an=20
>experienced administrator with proven ability to bring major projects=20
>such as external events to fruition. Excellent IT skills and an=20
>understanding of website maintenance will be essential for the post.=20
>Knowledge of the external funding environment for research in higher=20
>education and a genuine interest in the arts would also be=20
>advantageous. The role is available as one full-time post or as a job=20
>share.
>
>In return, the University offers generous leave, a final salary pension=20=
>
>and investment in your development and training - all in a unique=20
>environment that encourages excellence, creativity and diversity and=20
>which offers an exciting career move in higher education.
>
>University of the Arts London aims to be an equal opportunities=20
>employer embracing diversity in all areas of activity.
>
>INVESTOR IN PEOPLE
>

>UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDON
>
>LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
>
>CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS
>
>CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
>
>CHELSEA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
>
>LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION
>
>
>Salary =A320,917 to =A323,843
>
>
>With a portfolio extending from photography, advertising and graphic
>design to our founding disciplines in print media, the London College
>of Communication covers the whole field of communication, specialising
>in vocational courses up to postgraduate level.
>
>
>We are launching two unique research initiatives: the Materials and
>the Arts Research Centre (MATAR) and Creative Research in Sound Arts
>Practice (CRISAP).We now need an enthusiastic administrator to
>contribute to the success of these exciting new initiatives. Your
>varied responsibilities will range from day-to-day office management
>and routine clerical tasks to maintaining websites, preparing funding
>bids and keeping financial records. You will also provide
>administrative support for organising events.
>
>
>Educated to at least degree level, or equivalent, you will be an
>experienced administrator with proven ability to bring major projects
>such as external events to fruition. Excellent IT skills and an
>understanding of website maintenance will be essential for the post.
>Knowledge of the external funding environment for research in higher
>education and a genuine interest in the arts would also be
>advantageous. The role is available as one full-time post or as a job
>share.
>
>
>In return, the University offers generous leave, a final salary
>pension and investment in your development and training - all in a
>unique environment that encourages excellence, creativity and
>diversity and which offers an exciting career move in higher education.
>
>
>University of the Arts London aims to be an equal opportunities
>employer embracing diversity in all areas of activity.
>
>INVESTOR IN PEOPLE</x-tad-smaller></smaller></fontfamily>



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