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 firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to the HR department, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB.Download the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form here.
Associate Head of BMus and Creative and Contextual Studies
Full time, permanent
£42,327- £47,643 per annum
We are: recruiting the above new post to work closely with the Head of BMus and Creative and Contextual Studies to assist in ensuring the effective and efficient management and delivery of CCS modules across the School of Music, liaising with Heads of Department to ensure effective delivery.
You will: be responsible for designated areas of quality assurance and continuous enhancement of CCS and the BMus Programme, thereby ensuring their continued academic, artistic and professional relevance. You will therefore play a key role in facilitating an excellent student experience in the School of Music.
You will: also be expected to make a contribution to the management and development of both the School of Music and the wider Conservatoire and will be required to uphold the highest standards of governance, probity and accountability in all aspects of the role.
You will: hold a postgraduate degree level qualification or have equivalent academic and professional experience in an appropriate and relevant subject. Teaching experience in a Conservatoire (or other Higher Education Institution) in subject areas within the field of Creative & Contextual Studies is essential (e.g. music history/sociology, harmony, theory, etc.). Demonstrable experience of academic programme design and management, and of managing staff and budgets will be vital to your success in the role.
Closing date: Friday 10th July
Interview Date: TBC
Programme Support Administrator
Fixed Term (6 months), Full-time
£19,113 – £22,093 per annum
We are: looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Administrator to join the Academic Administration and Support team.
Why we are unique: we are the only conservatoire in the UK that offers 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.
You are: someone who won’t be fazed by a demanding, intense and passionate environment. The knack of this role is prioritising and managing competing demands – you have to be accurate with it as errors can have significant consequences on the student experience.
You must have: proven administrative experience within an academic environment and familiarity with academic processes. Being able to communicate well with staff, students and the public alike is essential, and you will thrive on the challenge of picking up new systems of working very quickly, as we’ll need you to be able to pitch in from day one. While not essential, previous experience of working within a performing arts environment would be beneficial but equally we value new thinking, fresh approaches and innovative ways of doing things.
Closing date for Applications: Friday 10th July at 5pm
Interview Date: TBC
Call for interest –
Interpreters for the BA Performance in BSL and English
Designed around the learning and teaching needs of the deaf performer, the Conservatoire’s newly launched BA Performance in BSL and English is unique in the UK. The content has been developed in association with Solar Bear Theatre Company with input from a range of theatre, educational and deaf professionals. Our shared aim is to widen the range of trained performers in the UK by providing this opportunity for talented performers from within the deaf community.
We envisage that a combination of fully qualified BSL interpreters, trainee interpreters and communication support workers will be employed to support our students in class, on stage and in rehearsal.
If you think this is something you might like to be involved in and your BSL interpreting skills fit within one of the categories above, get in touch with us via Claire Lamont, Head of BA Performance in BSL and English at email@example.com
At this stage all we are looking for is a note of interest and an indication of the sort of time commitment you could offer the programme from September 2015 until June 2016.
Once we have more information about how we will engage interpreters to support the programme we will be in touch again with those who respond to this call out with more details and information on the formal application process.