Please see below for our current vacancies. If you require assistance or have any questions please contact our HR Department via humanresources@rcs.ac.uk or telephone 0141 270 8397.

Vacancies

HR Administrator
Full-time, Temporary Cover (3 months)
Salary Scale – £20,709 – £23,824 per annum

You will be required to provide strong, effective and comprehensive Human Resources administrative support, working to support a team of colleagues each with their own areas of specialism and providing advice and support to staff across all areas.

As a temporary opportunity during our busy summer period, we expect this role to suit an individual familiar with providing a broad range of HR admin support and with the ability to pick up new systems quickly. In return we provide a creative and stimulating work environment supporting talented staff and students alike.

The role requires a competent HR Administrator with experience of dealing with providing varied HR administrative support. You will be adaptable with the ability to use technology effectively, to communicate well with the HR team and others within the organisation. Experience of using HR Management Information Systems software is essential.

You will thrive on the challenge of picking up new systems of working very quickly, using your creativity and initiative to provide the best possible service to our staff.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, you will initially be working from home and will be required to use Microsoft Office software, including Teams to perform your role.

Job Description – HR Administrator

Terms and Conditions – HR Administrator

If you would like to apply for the HR Administrator role, please complete our online application form which can be found here: RCS Online Application Form

Closing date for applications:   Sunday 8th August

 

Client Services Supervisor
Department of Finance, Estates and CPU
Full Time, Permanent
£20,709 – £23,824 per annum

We are: currently recruiting for a Client Services Supervisor within the Department of Finance, Estates and CPU to assist the Client Services Manager in the running of the Client Services operation.

This function plays a vital role in supporting the day-to-day operation of the Royal Conservatoire.

You are: someone with experience of supervising staff as well as knowledge of Health and Safety legislation and practice.

You will: have experience of providing a high standard of customer care and be able to present a good professional public image and be an effective communicator with all levels of clients and staff.

Possession of a full and clean driving license would be desirable. Client services staff operate a five over seven day’s working week and you will be required to cover shifts where necessary to meet the Conservatoire business needs.

Job Description – Client Services Supervisor

Terms and Conditions – Client Services Supervisor

If you would like to apply for the Client Services Supervisor role, please complete our online application form which can be found here: RCS Online Application Form

Closing date:  Thursday 5th August 2021 by 12pm.

 

Transitions Administrator
Fixed-Term (until July 2022)
Part Time (0.8FTE, 28 hours per week)
Salary Scale: £20,709 – £23,824 per annum

We are: looking for an experienced Administrator to support the Transitions programme within the Fair Access Department at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

You are: someone who is an excellent communicator, highly organised and motivated with a strong commitment to widening participation.

You must have: proven experience of providing administrative support with excellent IT, budgeting, CMS and marketing skills. Previous experience of working within a higher education environment would be advantageous.

Job Description – Transitions Administrator

Terms and Conditions – Transitions Administrator

If you would like to apply for the Transitions Administrator role, please complete our online application form which can be found here: RCS Online Application Form

Closing date for applications: Monday 9th August 2021 by 12pm

 

Disability Advisor
Academic Administration and Support (AAS)
Part Time, 0.6FTE
Permanent
Salary Scale: £32,976 – £38,229

We are: looking for an experienced Disability Advisor who can provide an effective support service to applicants and students with disabilities who will be a champion for disability awareness throughout the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS).

You will: provide advice and support to academic and professional support colleagues on statutory requirements under disability legislation, and beyond that, you will promote up to date industry best practice.  You will be working within a flexible team and be expected to contribute to the work of the AAS department in accordance with work flows relating to the academic year.

You should: be educated to degree level and have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role within a higher education institution.  Expert knowledge of disability legislation and best practice are essential in this role, as is the ability to communicate clearly with a wide range of stakeholders.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community.

Job Description – Disability Advisor

Terms and Conditions – Disability Advisor

If you would like to apply for the Disability Advisor role, please complete our online application form which can be found here: RCS Online Application Form

Closing date for applications: Monday 9th August 2021

 

Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice
School of Drama, Dance, Production and Film
Part Time (0.8 FTE)
Fixed Term (12 months)
Salary Scale: £38,229 – £44,835 pro-rata per annum

We are: recruiting for a one-year 0.8 fixed term post to join the Contemporary Performance Practice staff team. The programme aims to develop socially engaged artists who can make a contribution in the world as performance-makers, educators, advocates and active citizens. Experience of producing and/or a professional practice as a producer would be beneficial to this role, as would previous experience of teaching at an HEI, specifically at Honours level. The successful applicant will contribute to regular staff meetings and collaborative staff research practice. They will feed into ongoing research and development into Anti-racism in Education, interdisciplinarity, arts education and graduate opportunities.

You will be: required to mentor students and deliver taught sessions, support the festivals throughout the year and contribute to all aspects of learning and teaching including the examination, assessment and feedback of student work.

You should: be able to demonstrate experience of teaching in a performing arts context and have an understanding of the expectations of a Conservatoire education.

Excellent collaborative skills are essential, along with a strong team-working ethic. The CPP team is committed to inclusion and diversity in our working practices and approaches and welcome artists from a range of backgrounds and experiences to apply for this post.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community.

Job Description – Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice
Terms and Conditions – Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice

If you would like to apply for the Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice role, please complete our online application form which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form

Closing Date for applications: Wednesday 4th August 2021

 

Under the UK Government’s points-based system scheme, certain roles meet the criteria to be sponsored by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application.  For more information please contact vacancies@rcs.ac.uk

We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities and in particular, those that are currently under-represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black and Global Majority candidates, candidates with disabilities and female candidates.