Job Vacancy: Immersive Technology Specialist Technician


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My team at work is finally growing with four new full time posts available as part of a team that support students with projects, run our creative technology lab and teach workshops.

  • Based at: Elephant & Castle, London
  • Type: Full Time, Permanent
  • Closing date: 18th September 2018, 23:55
  • Salary: £34,326 - £42,155

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team of technologists supporting students in the creative arts.

You will provide professional technical expertise, guidance and advice in the areas of VR, AR, MR and digital interactive development in the new Creative Technology Lab and Motion Graphics technical areas at London College of Communication.

You will work with a diverse range of students from across the college, including those from MA Virtual Reality, BA Virtual Reality (starting September 2019 – subject to validation), and MA Visual Effects.

Drawing upon your extensive knowledge and experience, you will support student learning in subjects such as extended reality, motion capture and immersive media, helping them to develop a broad range of increasingly essential technical skills.

Find out more an apply

Note: If applying make sure your person specification answers to the best of your ability the points in the person specification, as this is what your application is short listed against.

My team at work is finally growing with four new full time posts available as part of a team that support students with projects, run our creative technology lab and teach workshops.

  • Based at: Elephant & Castle, London
  • Type: Full Time, Permanent
  • Closing date: 25th September 2018, 23:55
  • Salary: £34,326 - £42,155

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team of technologists supporting students in the creative arts.

You will provide professional technical expertise, guidance and advice in the areas of VR, AR, MR and digital interactive development in the new Creative Technology Lab and Motion Graphics technical areas at London College of Communication.

You will work with a diverse range of students from across the college, including those from MA Virtual Reality, BA Virtual Reality (starting September 2019 – subject to validation), and MA Visual Effects.

Drawing upon your extensive knowledge and experience, you will support student learning in subjects such as extended reality, motion capture and immersive media, helping them to develop a broad range of increasingly essential technical skills.

Find out more and apply

Note: If applying make sure your person specification answers to the best of your ability the points in the person specification, as this is what your application is short listed against.


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