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Live Performance Technical Co-ordinator and Lecturer

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2 Feb 2018
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Work classification
Education & Development, Performing Arts, Visual Arts


  • 12 month fixed term

We're working to create a world-class learning and teaching environment, which will see us become world leaders in education. We are collaborative problem solvers, connectors, and pioneers. 

Our Creative Industries pathway offers industry recognised certificate, diploma, degree and graduate diploma programmes.

But we don't just learn the theory; we create things with our hands. Our students develop and produce over 100 dance, stage and screen productions each year, collaborating with students from other Unitec disciplines.   

Want to join us on our journey? 

As a Live Performance Technical Coordinator and Lecturer, you'll teach live performance productions and theatre.  You'll also work closely with students and staff to help them troubleshoot technical issues, providing demonstrations and supervision to students.

You'll collaborate with our academic staff to support student learnings, as well as contributing to technical and staff meetings. 

About you

You'll contribute to the teaching of live performance production, including: producing routines, production management, lighting and sound design, stage management and various other production processes. 

You'll bring a unique combination of specific technical knowledge, coupled with administrative and teaching skills.

It is essential to have a tertiary qualification or equivalent experience in the relevant subject area/s of discipline; we ask for this to be at a higher level than the subject taught.

Check out the attached position description for more info.  

Sound interesting?

In exchange for your hard work, you'll receive a competitive salary, as well as progressive opportunities to develop your career.

Come work at our beautiful green campus in Central Auckland, with scenic forest walkways, a waterfall, and pūkeko roaming the fields. 

The closing date for applications is 2 February 2018.

We don't always work towards fixed deadlines and may review applications as we receive them. We encourage you to apply early.


How to apply

To apply for this job, please click the apply button now or go to our job site and enter the job code 29127.

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9 Jan 2018