Why work at RCS?
This is a special place in many ways: a national conservatoire for Scotland with an international perspective, encompassing students from more than 60 countries and staff trained from the most innovative institutions worldwide.
Working at RCS means being part of a dynamic global community of students, staff and alumni. We have more than 1,000 lecturers, tutors, artists, technicians, co-ordinators and support staff within the Royal Conservatoire working across all of the many art forms.
We also offer a range of staff benefits including:
- Access to funding for learning and development activities
- Up to 43 days paid leave
- A range of family friendly policies including hybrid and flexible working
- Access to the relevant defined benefits public sector pension scheme
- Free tickets to RCS performances and events
- A range of wellbeing resources including an Employee Assistance Programme, a cycle to work scheme and subsidised yoga and mindfulness classe
Find a vacancy
To view a list of our current vacancies, set up job alerts, and apply to work at RCS, please visit our dedicated vacancies website below.
Venue Maintenance Technician Estates Department
Full Time (35 hours), permanent Circa £25k, dependent on skills and experience
We are: looking for an experienced Venue Maintenance Technician to join our team.
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 will: be required to provide technical support for the Royal Conservatoire’s venues and action routine maintenance of venues equipment.
This post involves evenings and weekend workings by rota.
You must have: have a relevant professional or craft qualification with the appropriate Health & Safety qualifications. You will have relevant venue experience and experience of managing small teams. Knowledge of the professional production process is essential to the role.
To apply please submit your CV via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, 5th December 2023.
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