- Job role
- Education support
- Art and design
- Working pattern
- Full time
35 hours per week, 41 weeks per year
- Contract type
- Scale 4
We are looking for a new Curriculum Technician to provide technical support for teachers and students within the Art, Design and Technology department to support effective
teaching and learning.
The Art, Design and Technology department offers an exciting variety of courses at KS3-5 including BTEC L3 Art and Design, A level Art, GCSE Resistant materials, Textiles, and Art. Our technology and art rooms are fully equipped including a suite of computers, laser cutter, 3D printer and kiln. We have 6 practical art rooms and one computer suite. We are looking to build and enrich the technology curriculum integrating new technologies into design. This role will play a vital role in these developments.
This is an excellent opportunity for a strong, creative individual. It would be suitable for an existing technician or an undergraduate that has worked in the creative industry and would be suited to an individual with a 3D specialism. Our new Curriculum Technician will be a highly effective, confident and articulate team player. He or she will understand the central importance of the partnership between school and families in ensuring that students succeed. If you would like to play your part in securing outstanding provision for our students, we would very much like to hear from you.
Applying for the job
https://www.aclandburghley.camden.sch.uk/Job-Vacancies/More on how to apply (opens in new tab)
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- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1135 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Acland Burghley School
Situated close to Hampstead Heath in the heart of North London, Acland Burghley is a mixed, inclusive, community comprehensive school that enjoys high levels of parental support and a close collaborative relationship with other local schools. It is part of the popular and highly successful LaSWAP post-16 consortium with Parliament Hill, La Sainte Union and William Ellis Schools, and a founder member of Camden Learning.