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Production and Scenic Design Coordinator - Arts University Bournemouth

S Eveleigh AUB

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Here at the Arts University Bournemouth we are looking for a Production and Scenic Design Coordinator on a fixed term basis.

Salary: £32,348 per annum

fixed term until July 2023

Post Type: Full Time - Fixed Term

Closing Date: 23.59 hours BST on Sunday 25 September 2022

Interview Date: To be confirmed

Reference: AD1075A

We require a specialist Production and Scenic Design Coordinator with proven professional experience to co-ordinate team-working in scenic and production design by students, technicians and freelance staff, in support of curriculum delivery for our BA (Hons) Performance Design and Film Costume, and BA (Hons) Costume courses.

The post-holder will also work in close collaboration with our BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Make-Up for Media & Performance and BA (Hons) Film Production courses. The successful candidate will also liaise with external partner organisations to deliver scenic and production elements for AUB Productions and a range of other performance and scenic exhibition projects.

The successful candidate must be conversant with 2D and 3D Auto-Cad software applications for set design. You will have a thorough understanding of the planning and organisation of theatrical productions in studio theatres, larger proscenium arch venues and site-specific performance spaces. Skills in procurement, disposal and building processes, and scenic arts are also essential. 

Applicants should have strong, up-to-date knowledge and skills in fields associated with production design, namely: theatre design and / or scenic arts, prop-making and / or puppetry. The ability to plan and organise complex workloads both independently and also as a member of a team, is an essential feature of this role.

You will work collaboratively with academics, technical staff and freelancers to support student set and costume designers with their learning on live projects. You will also assume responsibilities regarding health and safety, risk assessments and student welfare. Experience of live theatre production management and knowledge of effective workplace health and safety are essential. 

The successful candidate will have excellent communication and organisational skills and will be educated to degree level in an appropriate subject, or have equivalent professional experience.

In order to cover the provision of the work space to students, occasional evening and weekend working will be a requirement of this post. It is also a requirement that the appointed candidate holds a full UK driver’s license.


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