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Holborn, London


Head of Visual Media

Do you have a strong track-record of designing and delivering programmes in graphic design, photography and/or games design?

Would you relish the challenge of developing an outstanding recently-established Visual Media department at one of London’s most innovative FE and HE providers in the heart of Holborn?

Does the prospect of joining a growing entrepreneurial business in the education sector excite you?


LCCA is seeking to move its provision to the next level in terms of meeting the knowledge and skills demands of this rapidly changing sector, and is seeking a motivated individual with the vision and enthusiasm to lead the development of innovative provision of courses in Visual Media.

Your leadership skills will be underpinned with an outstanding background in lecturing and experience of developing and managing programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. You will work alongside key contacts and consultants who will advise on opportunities and act as a sounding board for new initiatives.

You will ensure that the quality of the teaching in the subject areas is first-rate and be able to show a track record of successfully collaborating with external stakeholders on curriculum design and the delivery of programmes. This will be supported by your relevant research profile, professional achievements and proven expertise in the practical aspects of the subjects and excellent industry connections.

The role involves taking responsibility for the management, strategic direction and performance of the portfolio of Visual Media programmes at LCCA. You would be expected to partake in implementing a clear vision for the future of the department, which commands the support of both academic and professional staff, while on a day-to-day level showing leadership, directing the operations, development and growth of the department and taking charge of its overall well-being.
Flexible working arrangements are available by agreement, as LCCA recognises the need for staff to undertake ongoing professional development and many staff are also sector practitioners.

With an enviable location in the heart of Holborn, London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) was founded on the principal vision of providing artists with the skills and technical knowledge necessary to launch a rewarding and successful career. Our programmes are intended to provide not only the space for students to develop their creativity but also to bridge the gap between education and employment. LCCA's courses are specifically designed to be work-focused and to equip students with all the essential skills and experience desired by potential employers.



Academic Development

  • Leading and managing the Visual Media portfolio of courses including MA in Media Communications, BA in Graphic Design, BA in Graphic Design and Visual Communication, HNC/D Computer Games Animation, HNC/D in Graphic Design, HNC/D in Photography and Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, and undertaking the accompanying roles and committee memberships.
  • Providing academic leadership within LCCA in relation to the ongoing developments of its taught curricula at HND, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  • Working with external partners on the development of new curriculum, especially Foundation Degrees, Top-Up Degrees and new Bachelors provision to meet industry demands and promote employability of graduates.
  • Promoting LCCA courses in the area relevant to the duties and responsibilities of the post and further developing and maintaining educational and industrial links associated with these courses, including those necessary for provision of student projects.
  • Overseeing the implementation of quality assurance and enhancement activities across the Department.

Leadership & Management

  • Providing leadership for recruitment to taught courses and for the Department’s work with Marketing and Student Recruitment and LCCA Partnerships.
  • Engaging in research, development and/or scholarly activity as appropriate, which may include participation in institutional and collaborative research and/or involvement with external institutions and commercial organisations.
  • Collaborating with members of the business community to improve programs, to develop new programs, and to provide student access to learning opportunities such as guest lectures and internships.
  • Advising the Academic Director and Executive Dean of LCCA on resource and personnel issues, and work allocations in relation to delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

General duties

  • Ensuring that LCCA Health and Safety Policy and guidelines are adhered to.
  • Promoting Equality and Diversity for staff and students.
  • Taking individual and collective professional responsibility for furthering the organisation’s mission and securing its vision.
  • Undertaking any other duties commensurate with the role and/or as allocated by the Executive Dean and Managing Director of LCCA.


  • Lecturing, research.
  • Knowledge of Graphic Design, Visual Media or Photography with a specialism in at least one of these areas.
  • Knowledge of the QAA Framework for Higher Education Qualifications, Codes of Practice and relevant Subject and Qualification Benchmarks.
  • Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.
  • Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modelling, leadership technique and coordination of people and resources to ensure that programmes are run efficiently and are commercially viable.


  • Experience of developing and delivering programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in a relevant discipline.
  • Experience of administrative responsibilities in a Higher Education setting or similar environment.
  • Experience of managing staff.
Location: Holborn, London
Salary: Available on request
Hours: 4 days a week
Start Day: Negotiable
Duration: Full-Time, Permanent
Closing Date: 11th December 2017

If you have the right skills and are interested, please send your CV and cover letter


Please note that you will require an academic reference, if selected.

Holborn, London


PA to the Executive Dean & Managing Director

Are you an experienced personal/executive assistant looking for a career move to a forward-thinking and innovative organisation?

Do you possess strong interpersonal, organisation and communication skills?

Would you like an opportunity to gain new experiences and to work with highly dynamic people as part of our successful international business?

The Executive Dean and Managing Director of LCCA is seeking a flexible and efficient personal assistant. You will have the ability to thrive in a rapidly-changing environment combined with a keen willingness to engage in the life of the College.

If you have some previous PA experience, this is a unique opportunity to move into a dynamic organisation where no two days are the same. In addition to duties typically associated with a PA position, you will be a highly-valued and pivotal member of the College’s established team and encouraged to get fully involved with shows, exhibitions, graduations, partnerships and the College’s expansion plans. We want you to share our passion for the business, and to make an input into achieving our aims. The possibilities for the right candidate are substantial.



  • Undertaking complex diary management, including scheduling of meetings and prioritising appointments.
  • Dealing with all incoming correspondence including e-mail/post/fax and respond on behalf of the Executive Dean & Managing Director, where appropriate, in a proactive and professional manner.
  • Taking charge of planning, organising and managing projects when required from beginning to end.
  • Having high regard for confidentiality when handling confidential information such as Company/financial/personnel data.
  • Liaising with both internal staff at varying levels as well as external contacts/clients and/or organisations to arrange meetings/conference calls/video calls.
  • Meeting and greeting external clients and visitors where required.
  • Organising all travel arrangements both within the UK and internationally, and creating itineraries accordingly.
  • Ensuring all internal PO requests are managed effectively and processed in in line with Company procedures.
  • Ensuring that office supplies are maintained, the refrigerator is fully stocked and that lunches are organised when required.
  • Taking minutes and preparing agendas for meetings.

Qualifications and Education

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

Knowledge and Skills

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent business acumen and an awareness of the strategic aims of the College.
  • Planning, organising and time management skills.
  • Concern for detail and accuracy.
  • Continuous improvement and innovation.
  • Forward thinking and highly proactive – a self-starter.
  • Competent in Microsoft Office.


  • Previous experience as PA.
  • Proven track record of using initiative and being proactive.
Location: Holborn, London
Salary: £27,000 (dependent on experience)
Hours: 5 days a week, 9am to 6pm
Start Day: Negotiable
Duration: Full-Time, Permanent
Closing Date: 1st December 2017

If you have the right skills and are interested, please send your CV and cover letter


Please note that you will require an academic reference, if selected.


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