Thank you for your interest in Norwich University of the Arts.
Norwich University of the Arts is a successful specialist University, offering high quality courses in creative arts at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our mission is to be the best Specialist University for Arts, Design and Media study in Europe, producing graduates of the highest quality and inspiring students and staff to achieve excellence in the creative and cultural spheres.
In the Complete University Guide 2013, the University is the best specialist institution in Art and Design. We are a dynamic, contemporary and creative community providing art, design and media education from a unique campus in the heart of Norwich. As a new employee you will join a dedicated, friendly team of academic and professional support staff. We realise that making career choices requires careful consideration and that you need as much information about an organisation as possible to ensure it is the right move for you.
We hope that you find our pack provides you with an insight into working at Norwich University of the Arts, that as you read about us you will be inspired by our ethos and plans for the future of the University and that you will want to join our team.
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Committed to equality and valuing diversity.
Full-time post, £32,548 to £38,833 / 0.4 FTE post, £13,019 to £15,533 per annum
Due to the continuing popularity of the Creative Skillset Accredited Ticked BA (Hons) Film & Moving Image Production course with its award winning students, we have seen a significant increase in applications and enrolments over the last few years and now wish to appoint a high calibre experienced professional, with industry experience, to our team. The main emphasis of this new role is to enhance the delivery of creative film production across the four years of the undergraduate provision. The ability to support students in a range of moving image and sound contexts in relation to a variety of applications would be advantageous, as would the ability to teach at Masters Level.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate substantial professional industry experience with the ability to support students working in drama, documentary and advertising short films. The role requires an understanding of delivering and developing innovative learning and teaching strategies at degree level, together with skills in team-working and organisation and a commitment to enhancing the student experience and promoting student employability.
£32,548 o £38,833 per annum
To support and develop the information and business intelligence that forms the foundation of the University’s provision of high quality services to students and staff, we are seeking to recruit an experienced and professional SQL Developer / Support Analyst to join our multi-disciplined IT Services Team.
This important role provides the development, support and maintenance of critical business systems for the University. The role holder will be key in developing the business and management information ensuring high standards of customer services and information security, working in collaboration with business stakeholders to fully understand their business processes and information requirements.
The successful candidate will have an in-depth knowledge and experience of SQL and SQL reporting having worked in enterprise class business environments. Information security will be an integral part of the role and the candidate will also be expected to play a major part in the development and testing of business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
As a highly motivated individual you will bring your expertise and drive to this exciting role to ensure the business systems and reporting services fully supports the University’s ambitions for the future.
This role comes with a highly competitive salary and coveted Local Government Pension Scheme to which the University currently contributes an additional 19.5%.
If you would like to discuss the vacancy with the IT Services Manager, please contact the Human Resources Department on 01603 751465.
£38,548 to £44,833 per annum
To administer and develop the University’s expanding IT provision we are seeking to recruit an experienced and professional Server Engineer to join our multi-disciplined IT Services Team.
This important role supports and develops the technology that forms the foundation for the University’s provision of high quality services to students and staff.
The candidate will have an in-depth knowledge and experience of an enterprise server environment able to support over a hundred physical and virtual servers.
Information security will be an integral part of the role and the candidate will also be expected to play a major part in the development and testing of business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
As a highly motivated individual you will bring your expertise and drive to this exciting role to ensure the IT infrastructure fully supports the University’s ambitions for the future.
This role comes with a competitive salary and an excellent defined benefit pension scheme to which the University currently contributes an additional 19.5%.
£32,548 to £38,833 per annum (pro rata)
The Dyslexia Support Tutor role is situated within the Library and Learning Support team, reporting to the Head of Library and Learning Support. We are a small, friendly team, who aim to provide a visible and inspiring service which is inclusive and accessible. The service includes library services, information literacy, study skills and dyslexia/SpLD support.
The role of the Dyslexia Support Tutor is to provide one-to-one specialist study skills support to students, tailored to individual requirements and designed to develop skills and facilitate independent learning. Support may include assisting students to overcome difficulties with acquiring, recalling and retaining information in relation to written and spoken language, and overcoming memory, organisational, attention and numeracy difficulties faced in a higher education context. Tutors also undertake dyslexia screenings and refer students to a Specialist Teacher for diagnostic assessment as appropriate.
The ideal candidate will have experience of delivering dyslexia/SpLD support to students in higher education, and of creating work plans and other appropriate, confidential records in compliance with the DSA-QAG Quality Assurance Framework for the provision of Non-Medical Help. Additionally, as Dyslexia Support Tutors spend the majority of their time delivering tutorials, an ability to work flexibly and independently is crucial.
Candidates must have a professional membership (full or associate) with one of the following professional bodies: ADSHE, BDA, PATOSS or Dyslexia Guild.
£9,925 to £11,107 per annum
We are seeking to appoint a part-time Library Assistant to support the provision of our library services. The successful post holder will provide front line enquiry support for our users, have a general knowledge of our print and online resources and acquire materials for users via inter-library loan. They will also be required to support the Librarian and Assistant Librarians with stock acquisition, library projects and associated tasks, library inductions and general administration. Confidence using IT and in particular the internet will be a key element of the role, and experience using Microsoft Office is essential.
Candidates will have excellent organisation and interpersonal skills alongside a good standard of general education, and will demonstrate an engagement with the needs of students in the current Higher Education environment. A good standard of general education and a GCSE or equivalent qualification in English is essential.
£16,341 to £16,983 per annum
The University is seeking to appoint a Caretaker to join our team supporting extended opening periods. The postholder will undertake general caretaking duties and, in particular, be responsible for securing the University buildings.
Duties will include unloading and delivery of goods, fire alarm tests, setting alarms, record keeping, cleaning and working from ladders, steps and towers.
The ability to work independently and flexibly, with excellent interpersonal skills, a conscientious, professional attitude and the ability to drive the University van is essential.
You may be required to join the 24/7 call out rota and therefore you must live within 20 minutes of the University premises.