Vacancy: Educational Instructor Computer Workshop

The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) educates students to become independent and self-aware artists and designers with investigative mindsets and unique visual and conceptual abilities. Students at the KABK get plenty of opportunities to hone their creativity. They can work in one of the many workshops, borrow equipment and make use of the knowledge and expertise of the workshop supervisors.

The Computer Workshop is the KABK’s home to iMacs, scanners, printers and lots of software. It is a space that offers a whole host of making possibilities, and students are free to explore the equipment with the assistance of workshop staff. Students can draw and design in 2D and 3D using software by Adobe and other suppliers. Printing is possible in full color from a variety of printers up to 44-inch. The workshop also includes editing rooms where students can work with video, sound and animation. And lastly, it has a green screen backdrop area. For the Computer Workshop, we are looking for an

Educational instructor for the Computer workshop (0.29 fte)

What will you do?

Providing the students with practical guidance and instructions regarding the computer workshop equipment. Supervision of the workshop and safe use of equipment in the workshop.

Who are we looking for?

Preferably a recently graduated KABK student who is experienced in professional printing and knows how to use graphic software in a similar environment as the academy. Instructing Adobe Software should be no problem for you. This particular professional field is changing rapidly, students use new software and want to conduct material research. Searching, advising, instructing and exploration of new machines and materials should be your second nature.

Knowledge of OSX, IOS and Windows is necessary to help students with their own devices. The workshop also hosts video production facilities where students may need your advice. Since it is a part-time job we prefer you already have a job within the discipline, ie DTP, graphic designer. You should be a responsible, stress-resistant person and be able to supervise the workshop for safe use of equipment.

Working hours are Friday (17:00-21:30) and Saturday (10:00-16:30). Flexibility in working hours is desired, especially to replace your colleagues.

What do we offer?

The appointment is in the first instance for one academic year (2021 – 2022) with the possibility of one renewal. The post is classified as scale 7 in the Collective Agreement for Higher Education (CAO-HBO). Furthermore, we offer a holiday allowance of 8% and a fixed year-end bonus of 8.3%; extended paid holiday leave, part of which is to be enjoyed during school holidays; good study and development opportunities.

Information & application


For further information please contact George Vincenti (coordinator computer workshop ) at:

More information about the Workshops at the KABK

How to apply

Please send your PDF application no later than 23 August 2021 to:

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