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Teacher of Fashion and Textiles  

GREENSHAW HIGH SCHOOL - Sutton, London (Greater)

Design and Technology is extremely popular at Greenshaw: many students choose to study it at Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5, and continue with an Art or Design Technology pathway into further education and... Textiles Work careers ...

from: Jobs.guardian.com - Yesterday

Textile Conservation Studio Manager  

NATIONAL TRUST - Blickling, Norwich

As the Textile Studio manager you’ll be responsible for the whole team, working with them to provide a professional service to internal and external customers. We’re a small team of highly qualified and... Textiles careers... Circa £33,5000 per annum. Permanent, full time

from: Jobs.guardian.com - 4 days ago

Textiles Teacher  

Step by Step Education - Blackburn, Lancashire

Step by Step Education are seeking a textiles teacher to teach at a school in Lancashire starting after half term and continuing until summer. Although the school have an excellent reputation you will... printed textiles...

from: reed.co.uk - 3 days ago

Design Technology Teacher (Food, Textiles or Resistant Materials), Sweden  

THE INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH SCHOOL JARFALLA - Stockholm, Sweden

IES provides an international and stimulating environment, where commitment, professionalism and the English language are common denominators. We work in an environment where teachers can teach and students... art textiles technician...

from: Jobs.guardian.com - Yesterday

Textiles Teacher - Feb 2016 - Hillingdon  

Servoca Plc - North West London

The school are renowned in the area for their high standards of teaching and innovation. Due to absence, they require a Textiles Teacher for at least half a term to maintain a good standard of teaching... £130 - £170 per day

from: theeducator.com (+2 sources) - 5 days ago

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Food & Textile  

Master Class Education Limited - Islington

From September 2015 the HE department requires a committed and enthusiastic full time teacher who can offer Food & Textiles to join a highly successful department. The Department offers BTEC Home Cooking... 27,000 - 36,500

from: jobflurry.com - Yesterday

Textiles Teacher  

Fordingbridge, Hampshire

The school we are recruiting for is based in the New Forest. The school like to support the students personal development as well as their academic success, where they are given the opportunities and activities... 22000.00

from: reed.co.uk - 4 days ago

Teacher of Textiles  

KS Education - South West London, London

This is an excellent opportunity to work in a popular school with an excellent reputation This is a mixed school with pupil ranging from 11-19 Recently rated 'Outstanding’ by Ofsted This position is a...

from: reed.co.uk - 4 days ago

Textile Weaver - Belfast  

Black Fox Solutions - Belfast

They are now in a position to bring on board a Weaver.

from: nijobs.com - 3 days ago

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Textiles Teacher  

Bridge Education and Training ltd - Blackburn, Lancashire

The successful applicant will be joining a vibrant and successful department and must be capable of teaching Textiles Technology at KS3 and GCSE as well as Art and Design: Textiles at AS and A2 level desireable...

from: reed.co.uk - 4 days ago


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Jobs in textile manufacturing cover a wide field of expertise, including product design, technology, sales, marketing and administrative support for the manufacturing process. A number of textile manufacturing companies are still located in the traditional wool and cotton counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire, with others spread around the UK.
One of the most rewarding and sought after jobs is that of designer, requiring a key understanding of the end use of the textile as well as a design concept. Essential requirements are artistic ability, an eye for colour, pattern and texture, strong attention to detail and an understanding of different materials’ properties and the chemical content of dyes, as well as a knowledge of the production process.
Importantly, the designer must study the market and predict the next trends. The job has no formal entry-level requirements, although applicants with a relevant fashion or art degree and previous experience will be given preference. A portfolio of design work is expected at the interview, and promotion in larger firms is possible.
Salaries vary enormously, with entry-level junior machinist posts of around £15,000 and senior positions at around £40,000. For successful fashion designers, earnings can be £200,000 a year and higher.

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