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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 or posted to the HR department, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB



Head of Musical Theatre

School of Drama, Dance, Production and Film

Permanent, Full time (35 hours)

Salary £49,475 to £54,064

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, one of the world’s top five institutions for the Performing Arts (QS World Rankings, 2018), is home to innovative and exciting specialist degree programmes and hosts over 500 public performances per year. It is a destination of choice for outstanding students in a range of Performing Arts and Production Arts disciplines, teachers, practitioners and researchers, from around the world, engaging with our unique ethos of creative collaboration between the arts, and with a host of national and international partner companies and institutions.

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is seeking an inspirational Head of Musical Theatre who will lead the undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes into the future, enhancing our position as one of the leading providers of exceptional, career-launching Musical Theatre education.

You will have a degree level qualification in an appropriate and relevant subject, preferably at postgraduate level. You will have international/national recognition as a musical theatre practitioner at the highest level and knowledge of the cultural landscape and demonstrate your passion and motivation.. In addition to this, you will have teaching experience in an Higher Education or Conservatoire setting with established connections within the Musical Theatre and Performing Arts Sector within the UK and internationally. Further to this, you will have demonstrable knowledge of contemporary professional practice in performance and contemporary teaching methods. As well as having experience as a working practitioner within the performing arts you will have broad knowledge of professional performance and extensive knowledge of the specialist subject area.

You will have considerable experience within a managerial role either in Further Education or Higher Education and have demonstrable knowledge of the Higher Education or Conservatoire sector. Further to this, you will provide effective and innovative leadership within an evolving ground-breaking area as well as extensive knowledge of QA, especially current and past Enhancement Themes.

For further information and to request a recruitment pack, please contact the Human Resources Department on 0141 270 8397 or

Job Description – Head of Musical Theatre

Terms and Conditions – Head of Musical Theatre

Closing date: Thursday 24th May 2018 at 5pm


Domestic Services Assistant (19 hours)

Domestic Services

Permanent, Part-time, Annualised (0.54 FTE)

Salary Scale: £15,380 – £15,841 pro rata per annum

We are: looking to recruit a Domestic Services Assistant on a part-time, permanent contract.

You will: carry out daily cleaning duties to required standards and needs, with the support of the Domestic Services Supervisor.

You will have: experience of working with cleaning equipment and materials. Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise your workload are essential, as well as the ability to operate in a clean and safe working environment. Communicating and working effectively with a variety of departments and staff is also a vital requirement for this role.

The shift patterns are: 7.15am to 11.15am and 3pm to 10pm, 6 days over 7.

Previous applicants need not apply

Domestic Services Assistant – Job Description

Domestic Services Assistant – Terms & Conditions

Closing date: Tuesday 15th May at 5pm

MIS Developer

Information Technology

Full Time, Permanent

£24,362 – £29,930 per annum

We are: seeking a talented MIS Developer who will be responsible for the design, development, support and integration of the Conservatoire Student Records System.

You are: someone who won’t be fazed by a demanding, intense and fast paced environment.

You will: assist in the specification, development, support and maintenance of the Conservatoire Student Records System as well as documenting the system. You will be required to liaise with external organisation such as HESA, UCAS, CUKAS, SLC and SFC and others where appropriate. Furthermore, you will be required to undertake the integration of the Student Records System with other MIS and Business systems both internally and externally.

You must be: educated to a degree level or equivalent experience, along with sound working knowledge of specific technologies and applications such as HTML, XML, CSS, Javascript, Jquery, SQL, PHP, MYSQL, Apache Webserver and MS IIS. In addition to this, a full understanding of the software development lifecycle. Furthermore, previous experience of developing business critical system to tight timescales.

Job Description – MIS Developer

Terms and Conditions – MIS Developer

Closing date: Friday 27th April at 5pm



Music Ensembles Administrator

Artistic Planning Team

Permanent, Part time (0.8FTE)

Salary scale: £19,883 – £22,944 per annum, pro rata

We are: seeking an experienced artistic administrator with a passion for the arts to join our Artistic Planning team.

You are: someone who enjoys working in a team and won’t be fazed by a demanding, intense and fast paced environment.

You will: play a key role in the coordination and delivery of rehearsals and performances across the Conservatoire. You will attend internal and external RCS rehearsals and performances, acting as a representative of the RCS and ensuring relevant preparation of all rehearsal and performance venues is completed as specified, providing detailed set-ups as required.

You must have: an understanding of the professional needs and demands in the area of orchestras, ensembles and concerts, as well as experience of working to strict deadlines. You should have demonstrable excellent communication skills and be a highly organised individual, with the ability to multi-task. Experience in an administrative function in HE/Performing Arts environment is desirable.

Music Ensembles Administrator – Job Description

Terms and Conditions – Music Ensembles Administrator

Closing date: Wednesday 25th April 2018 at 12 noon



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Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form