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Production Support Manager

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Recruiter
University of Bedfordshire
Posted
10 January 2013
Closes
06 February 2013
Location
Bedfordshire, Luton
Category
Job Type
Salary
£38,522 per annum

Further information

University of Bedfordshire

Faculty of Creative Arts, Technologies and Science

Division of Media Arts and Production

Division of Journalism and Communication

Production Support Manager – Ref: NACM4132

£38,522 per annum

Fulltime - Based at Park Square, Luton

Closing date:  12 noon on 6 February 2013

Interviews: 27 February 2013

We are seeking to appoint a dynamic and effective Production Support Manager to lead and manage our busy and diverse media production facilities and the technical team that supports students in using them. Students on courses such as Broadcast Journalism, Television Production, Magazine Journalism, Media Performance, Music Technology and Media Production all undertake industry-related practical work that forms a significant part of their learning experience.

Applicants will be expected to have a masters degree in a relevant area and/or directly comparable industry experience. Previous management or supervisory experience is highly desirable. The University offers excellent staff development opportunities and the opportunity to contribute to external projects and commissions as appropriate.

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'.

University of Bedfordshire