A lot of college tutor and AV tech jobs are advertised in the Guardian. They mostly go in
on Monday & Thursday, or if you get a Saturday copy then the job section is a round-up of
everything that's been in that week. I'd guess they may also crop up in things like the
Times Education Supplement and I think the Indie does a similar pull-out section
If your college has subscriptions to mags like Line Up and Pro Sound
News then jobs crop up from time to time in them but I'd guess that they're overwhelmed
You can also keep an eye on www.bbc.co.uk/jobs.
There are also sites like
musicworkmatch but they've never worked for me. Which is not to say that they don't work
at all, obviously!
Personally though I've always found work through
word-of-mouth. My best move ever turned out to be sharing a house with a Tonmeister
graduate. Don't know if it's still the case, but their old boy network was extensive
because they got all the best work placements. I got two jobs through him.
could also try talking to hire companies like FX and John Henry. If you want to meet a
lot of people very quickly, working for them is great. Even if you have to start as a
driver you'll be going round all the major studios.
Hope that helps,