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Want to join an institution changing the future of music, audio, and media education? Then look no further! The ThinkSpace Education team are made up of musicians, academics, and talented industry professionals, all with skills that reflect the film, music, and video games industries as they are now.

Listed below are all the positions ThinkSpace Education is currently advertising. If you are thinking about submitting an application, please get in touch at In your application email, please use the subject line of the position advertised.

Office Administrator

Near Chichester | Full-Time
About Us:
ThinkSpace Education is a leading postgraduate school delivering online master’s programmes to music and sound design students wordwide. Our programmes are exclusively taught by working composers and sound designers, passing their experience from the front line to the next generation of creative professionals. Thinkspace is a small, innovative and growing institution, run by working creatives just like you, with a mission to reshape professional creative education.
The Job:
We are looking for a well organised, self-motivated person to help with a range of technical and administrative tasks, supporting our students and staff.

The role will involve a wide range of tasks including

• Keeping on top of contracts with our many freelance suppliers.
• Ensuring all the paperwork for our video productions is completed.
• Logging and archiving the large quantity of video tutorials we produce.
• Creating and editing course web pages, updating content. (depending on your skillset).
• Other general administration tasks, including helping with student registration and finance.

It’s a varied role with lots of potential within a small but fast, growing organisation.

At ThinkSpace, most of the team work remotely, but this job requires you to be in our offices, for the majority of the time, although some remote working may be possible.

You may need a car to be able to travel to work in our office which is a few miles south of Chichester (PO20 7LB).

This is a permanent PAYE position with 20 days holidays and pension benefits.
About you:
We largely teach music and video game audio so an interest in the music, film or games industries is an advantage. A knowledge of copyright would be great but not essential and any additional training required will be provided.

You need:
• Excellent organisational skills
• Excellent computer literacy on both PCs and macs
• Ability to multitask effectively
• A good eye for detail
• Very good written and spoken English
• Some basic HTML or web design experience desirable

Salary £21,000 p.a.
Start as soon as possible

To find out more send a CV and covering letter to

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates of every background.