Glasgow School of Art promotes job vacancies
September 15, 2011 by Lyndon
Glasgow School of Art are set to produce two pieces of literature to promote job vacancies and to give further information on the jobs to applicants.
This is not the first time Glasgow School of Art have promoted their offerings using full colour printing. The Glasgow-based college also produced a document earlier this year to promote their Continuing Education programme using catalogue printing.
Glasgow School of Art are looking to produce their latest pieces of communication to help with the recruitment of two key members of staff; firstly a head of the Macintosh School of Architecture and secondly a head of research and the graduate school. These positions will have significant bearing on the school as a whole so it is important that the school is able to communicate exactly what is required of potential candidates. This is why it is important to produce high-quality pieces of printed literature to communicate these latest job specifications.
Glasgow School of Art was founded in 1845 and has ever-since upheld a strong reputation for excellence and creativity, so it is key that any communications produced by the school reflect this. Glasgow School of Art are working with a creative agency to produce these latest pieces of information, but there is so much design talent within the school itself that in future they may consider producing their own designs and enlisting the help of an experienced local print company in or around Glasgow to produce the hard copies.