Royal Conservatoire of Scotland seeking new governors
A passion for performing arts and the chance to help shape the strategic vision of a world-leading education institution … the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is recruiting for its Board of Governors.
Scotland’s national conservatoire – a world top ten destination for performing arts education – is looking to appoint up to three lay governors for a three-year term. RCS has a particular interest in people with experience and expertise in digital arts and AI futures in the performing arts and/or experience in national level cultural and/or educational policy setting.
The role will appeal to those with a strong personal commitment to performing arts education and who will support RCS in achieving its ambitions, ensuring that it is governed and managed effectively.
Professor Dorothy Miell OBE, Chair of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, said: “Members of our Board of Governors play a vital role in enriching our community, shaping the future of RCS and helping us achieve our strategic objectives.
“Our newly appointed Governors will bring new professional perspectives to the Board and have valuable experience in different aspects of the performing arts. They will enrich our discussions as we steward the RCS through the next phase of its development.”
The closing date for applications is 18 September. Find out more about the role and apply on the RCS website. For more information, potential applicants can contact Assistant Registrar (Secretariat), Deirdre McCrory firstname.lastname@example.org or Chair of the Board of Governors, Professor Dorothy Miell, for an initial discussion at email@example.com
Short-listed candidates will be invited for interview in Glasgow on the afternoon of 10 October. Candidates who are unable to attend in person may request that the interview takes place online.
RCS is open to individuals seeking their first Board role, and a full induction and training/support programme will be offered.