Technical Support – A.V. Specialist (Full-time)

A Duty Technician with excellent A.V. skills is required to join the busy Technical Team. Experience of A.V. installation and/ or running live events is essential. Applicants should be practical and hands-on, self-motivated with good initiative and ability to work on their own and as part of a team. You should be willing to work with a variety of technologies and situations as and when problems arise and deal directly with corporate customers and members of the public.

This role is varied and challenging, and candidates should have excellent technical skills with electronic equipment and I.T.

Salary - £18-22,000 per annum, depending upon skills and experience.

Hours of work – Nominally 35 per week. Rota to include irregular evening and weekend work. Time off in lieu for any overtime where possible. You will be required to be flexible according to business needs.

Working with Children – An Enhanced Disclosure is required for this role. Information about the Disclosure service can be found at the Directggov website.

Please download and complete the application form available in Microsoft Word below and Email it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(No agencies).

Closing date for completed applications is 12 noon Tuesday 9th June 2015.

Interviews, for short-listed candidates, to be held on Friday 19th June 2015 at the National Space Centre.






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we are only able to offer a limited number of selective placements.

We will consider applications for the following placements:

  • Leisure & Tourism – Diploma, BTEC, HND, degree etc
  • Science Communication – Masters or module within a degree
  • Student Teachers – learning outside of the classroom module as a part of degree or PGCE



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