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We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to join the Conservatoire. We are unique in the UK as we offer training in all of the performance disciplines and, as you’d maybe expect, we demand the same high standard from our staff as we do of our students. If you are someone who isn’t fazed by a demanding, intense and passionate environment.

How to apply: All applications should be completed on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form which can be downloaded here.

Please note that we are unable to accept CVs for any of our vacancies.

Completed applications can be emailed to humanresources@rcs.ac.uk or posted to the HR department, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB.


 

Stage Management Tutor

Part-time, Annualised Hours

9 Months Maternity Cover

£23,461 – £28,822 per annum pro-rata

 

We are: seeking an experienced Stage Manager to tutor and mentor students on Conservatoire productions during a period of maternity leave. You will work closely with the Lecturer in Stage Management and will also be required to contribute to assessment and programme administration.

You are: someone who won’t be fazed by a demanding, intense and fast paced environment. You are someone who can support and mentor students as an experienced professional Stage Manager.

You should: possess a degree or equivalent qualification in an appropriate and relevant subject area. Broad professional experience of both Deputy Stage Manager and Stage Manager roles is essential to this position. You should also have well-developed communication skills and some experience of tutoring or mentoring, preferably at Conservatoire level.

Job Description – Stage Management Tutor

Terms and Conditions – Stage Management Tutor

Closing date: Monday 2nd February 2015 at 5pm

Interview date: Tuesday 17th February 2015

 

 

Student Recruitment Officer

Widening Access & Participation

Full-time, Permanent

Salary Scale: £23,461 – £28,822 per annum

 

We are: seeking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic individual to a new role within the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Student Recruitment Team.

The Widening Access and Participation programme exists to promote the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as a training destination for the most diverse student population possible.

You are: someone who won’t be fazed by a demanding, intense and fast paced environment. You are required to have an ability to understand, keep up to date and informed of complex issues.

You will: recruit high quality applicants to specialist pre and post HE programmes.

A specific focus of the role is to help develop and promote positive action recruitment pathways to degree level training for marginalized and often-excluded groups, including potential BAME students, disabled students and those with a care experience. In this role, you will also support the delivery of domestic recruitment activity across Scotland.

You must have: experience of delivering recruitment, outreach and/or marketing activity, preferably gained in an education environment, and of organising events.

Knowledge of working in the arts and/or higher education sectors is desirable as is an understanding of the barriers to education faced by marginalised and often-excluded groups.

Student Recruitment Officer – WAP – Job Description

Student Recruitment Officer – WAP – Terms and Conditions

Closing date for applications: Friday 30th January 2015 at 5pm

Interview date: Wednesday 25th February 2015

 

Music Centre Instrumental Tutors

£22.04 per hour

West Lothian Livingston – Upper Strings

West Lothian Armadale – Upper Strings

Dumfries and Galloway – Upper Strings

North Ayrshire – Upper Strings

Glasgow East (Scottish Traditional Music Centre) – Guitar

 

We are: looking to appoint a number of experienced and passionate instrumental music tutors to join and enhance the Tuesday (North Ayrshire), Thursday (Glasgow East) and Saturday music centre provision. We operate 10 music centres throughout Scotland providing music education to 700 children across a wide geographical spread of venues and communities.

We are really quite unique: The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Music Centre department is committed to widening access and opportunities for children and young people across Scotland, implementing successful initiatives aimed at increasing music participation by young people from under-represented groups. You will be key to the work we do in Scottish communities, working alongside Local Authorities, schools and community organisations at a grass roots level.

You are: highly motivated, dynamic and someone who thrives in a demanding, intense yet passionate educational environment.

You must have: relevant instrumental music teaching experience, excellent communication skills and an interest in the development of young people’s potential, along with knowledge and experience of music education.

These posts will involve up to 30 weeks of teaching in each academic session. Teaching days will take place on a Tuesday evenings (North Ayrshire), Thursday evenings (Glasgow East Music Centre) and Saturdays during the day (all other centres) and last between 2.5 and 6 hours depending on specific Centre’s timetable.

Music Centres operates in high-energy environments, run by staff who are dynamic, enthusiastic and passionate about the development and provision of opportunities for young people. Music making can transform and here at Music Centres, we aim to change lives and have fun, ultimately paving the way for each individual to realise their potential.

Job Description – West Lothian Livingston – Upper Strings

Job Description – West Lothian Armadale – Upper Strings

Job Description- Dumfries and Galloway – Upper Strings

Job Description – North Ayrshire – Upper Strings

Job Description – Glasgow East – Guitar

Musicworks Tutor – Terms and Conditions

Closing date: Friday 23rd January 2015 at 12 noon

Interview dates: TBC

 

Head of the BA Performance in BSL and English

Full-time, Permanent

Salary Scale: £42,327 – £47,643

We are: launching the new BA Performance in BSL and English programme in 2015/16.

You will: be responsible for the strategic development of the study of Performance in BSL and English across a range of conservatoire programmes including pre and post H.E provision.

You will be required to recruit and maintain home and overseas students and/or actively contribute to research and/or other modes of income generation in line with RCS policies. You will manage all FT and PTHP staff on the BA Performance in BSL and English Programme, including BSL interpreters

You will be required to manage a devolved budget ensuring economies of scale and appropriate resource allocation.

We are: A Conservatoire where our curriculum offers our emerging artists greater choice within their own specialism, creating space for greater co-creation with students from different disciplines. It is relevant to the contemporary international scene and meets the need felt by professional companies’ in every discipline around the world for confident, reflective, adaptable artists. In academic terms, the curriculum creates the space for disciplinary excellence, choice and trans-disciplinary collaboration.

You will: hold a degree level qualification in an appropriate and relevant subject, along with international/national recognition as a practitioner/teacher at the highest level. You will have teaching experience in a HE or conservatoire setting. Established connections with the Deaf Community within the UK and the ability to communicate fluently and effectively in both BSL and English will be essential for this post.

Job Description – Head of BA Performance in BSL and English

Terms and Conditions – Head of BA Performance in BSL and English

Closing date: Friday 23 January 2015

Interview date: Monday 2 February 2015

 

Download the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form here.

Completed applications can be emailed to humanresources@rcs.ac.uk or posted to the HR department, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB.