Project Curator


London College of Communication
London College of Communication - Elephant and Castle
Part time
College Office
Fixed Term
till January 2020

16 July 2018 15:45

£13,461 - £16,531 (pro rata £33,653 - £41,329)

An exciting opportunity to work on the research of the history of LCC has come up. The role involves working with Brigitte Lardinois, Senior Research Fellow and an advisory board including the Head of College, on a publication looking at the origins and fascinating history of the College.

You will need to do primary archive research and conduct and transcribe interviews and write specific chapters for the publication that will result from this research.

You will be able to collaborate with the College Communications team and the Research Office, disseminating some of the findings as the work progresses, via blogs and small exhibitions. You must be able to collate and design these outcomes to a very high standard.

London College of Communication is a pioneering world leader in creative communications education. With the communications sector constantly evolving at a rapid speed, we work at the cutting edge of new thinking and developments to prepare our students for successful careers in the creative industries of the future. Our course provision reflects the breadth of expertise housed within the most diverse creative agency including: journalism, advertising, PR and publishing; photography; film, television and sound; communications and media; graphic communication; spatial communication; design cultures; and interactive and visual communication. 
You will have significant experience of archives and you must have knowledge of digital filing with a good working knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop ad Excell and you will be able to design the project outcomes to prepare them for presentation to the stakeholders. You must have experience conducting and transcribing oral history interviews. You must be able to develop and deliver effective management information and reporting systems. Knowledge of the publishing world is highly desirable. Being an alumnus of the College would be advantageous.
At UAL, everyone's identity matters. We are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all our diverse students, staff, and the creative and cultural sector partners with whom we engage. We aim to take every opportunity to progress equality and diversity, and celebrate the enrichment this brings to our community.

Candidates are advised to submit applications early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date.

This opportunity is closed to applications.