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Augmented Empathy 2020 Keiken Sakeema Crook Ryan Vautier Photo by Drew Forsyth Installation view at FACT 11

Job Opportunity: Programme Technologist

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Over the last few years we have increasingly supported artists in producing digital and online artworks through our exhibitions and learning projects. These projects have taken the form of web applications and games, web based augmented reality (AR), and also building-based AR, VR and media installations.

The purpose of this new role is to provide technology-led support to the development and delivery of our artistic programme across our Exhibitions, Learning, and Public events, collaborating with our Marketing & Communications team to achieve this. The Programme Technologist will work closely within our new Studio/Lab to introduce artists-in-residence to new techniques and possibilities for the presentation of their work, as well as working with our Learning team as they develop participatory artworks between artists and young people.

The role is ideal for someone who has an interest in contemporary art, artistic processes, and a desire to explore the potential of new technologies to shape experimental and extraordinary experiences. This is a role ideally suited to recent graduates or those at an early stage of their career looking to build their experience and portfolio. We will offer relevant training and mentorship to support and enhance the technical skills of the appointee.

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Programme Technologist

Salary & Hours of Work

Salary: £22,000 pro rata (£13,200 for 0.6 FTE)

Hours of Work: 21 per week over 3 days (0.6 FTE)

How to Apply

FACT is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds. To apply, please complete the following two forms:

  1. Application Form
    1. Please upload your CV and Cover Letter (maximum of 2 pages each)
    2. Please label the attached files as: Your Name_CV and Your Name_CoverLetter_Job Title
  2. Confidential Monitoring Form

Closing date: Sunday 6 February 2022 at 17:00. Interviews will take place week commencing 28 February 2022