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Researcher/Demonstrator (Production & Broadcast Engineering)

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Recruiter
University of Bedfordshire
Posted
07 November 2012
Closes
21 December 2012
Ref
NACM4073
Location
Luton, Bedfordshire
Job Type
Salary
£20,559 per annum pro rata

Further information

Researcher/Demonstrator (Production & Broadcast Engineering) – Ref No: NACM4073

£20,559 per annum pro rata

18.5 hours per week

Fixed term until 31 July 2015

Based at Park Square, Luton

Closing date: 12.00 noon, 21 November 2012

Interview date: 5 December 2012

We are seeking to appoint a knowledgeable and enthusiastic researcher/demonstrator in media and broadcast technology.

You will help us deliver our thriving BA(Hons) and BSc(Hons) programmes in media production primarily by supporting staff and students in using our multi-camera studios and HDSLR-based location equipment. You will be familiar will a wide range of current media software and production techniques and be able to communicate this to a diverse group of students and staff.

The Division is committed to developing research in media technologies. Applicants will be expected to combine this role with a part-time registration for a research degree (MRes, MPhil/PhD or Professional Doctorate) at the university. The nature of your research will be negotiated with the Head of Division and the Director of the Research Institute.

For informal discussion contact the Head of Division, Peter Dean, peter.dean@beds.ac.uk

To apply:

Please download information and application forms from:

Alternatively, application forms and further details may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, University of Bedfordshire, Park Square, Luton LU1 3JU. Tel 01582 743376 (24 hour answering service) or email   Please quote reference number and job title.

Please note CVs will only be accepted in addition to a fully completed application form.

'Due to UK Border Agency policy changes on immigration, we can only accept applications from Non EEA candidates who hold Tier 1 status and are able to work and reside in the UK with no restrictions or sponsorship of an employer required'.

Faculty of Creative Arts, Technologies and Science

Division of Media Arts and Production 

University of Bedfordshire