Join our team: Performance Technician (Creative Arts and Media)

We're excited to announce that there is an opportunity for a Performance Technician (Creative Arts & Media) to join our talented team here at Sheffield Hallam University. 

You will work as part of a team supporting film, post-production and performance-based activities. The post offers opportunities for assisting in the realisation of imaginative and sometimes unusual work, with undergraduate, postgraduate, and research students, and consultancy projects.

This is an exciting time to be joining us as we develop plans for Change Makers Festival 2022 and embark on new and exciting projects in our dedicated performance spaces at the Performance Lab, Sheffield city centre. 

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