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Associate Head of Musical Theatre (Performance)

School of Drama, Dance, Production and Film

Fixed Term for 1 year, Full-time

Salary Scale: £46,327 – £52,143 per annum

We are: an ambitious and creative team, with programmes in BA Musical Theatre, Professional Graduate Diploma (Musical Directing), MA Musical Theatre (Performance) and MA Musical Theatre (Musical Directing.  Our programmes offer a unique blend of creative and commercial training, with opportunities for students to develop new work and actor-musician skills alongside the three core disciplines of Acting, Singing/Voice and Dance.

We are looking for someone to join our team in this newly created role as an Associate Head (Performance) on a full time, fixed term basis with the possibility of extending at the end of that period.  The role will support the Head of Department, working closely with the Associate Head of Musical Theatre (Music) in the leadership and delivery of modules, projects and/or productions.

You will have:  We are keen to invite applicants from a broad range of professional experiences and we anticipate this role appealing to individuals with an established career within the industry or performing arts education – or both.  You may be a director, casting director or agent with a desire to contribute directly to the training and preparation of the next generation of performing artists.  Or you may be an experienced Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Programme Lead within Musical Theatre education, with a passion for nurturing and supporting students in training.

Associate Head of Musical Theatre – Performance – Job Description

Associate Head of Musical Theatre – Performance T&C’s

A reduced hours contract and/or job share opportunities could be discussed. 

Closing date for applications: 10th June 2022

If you would like to apply for the Associate Head of Performance role, please comlete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form.  If you have any difficulties then please complete this version: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form and email to us at academicserviceshr@rcs.ac.uk

The RCS continues to foster a culture that welcomes and supports new voices, balances the pursuit of excellence with individuality and experimentation, and champions all forms of a diverse performance community so that students and graduates can fulfil their potential as artists and creative citizens.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

 

 

Teaching Artist in Classical and Contemporary Text

Part-time, 0.3FTE (fixed term for 3 years)

Salary Scale: £35,509 per annum pro-rata

We are: seeking a Teaching Artist in Classical and Contemporary Text to join the CCT staff team for 0.3 FTE.  The position operates on a flexible model. Specific working hours will be agreed with the Head of Classical and Contemporary Text to support programme activity and to support your continued work as a professional creative practitioner.

This is a three-year 0.3 fixed-term post for a practicing actor or director who wishes to develop as a teacher alongside their professional creative/artistic activity. Your specific activity on the programme will be tailored to your arts practice and expertise.

You will be: responsible for supporting key components of students’ learning and development. You will facilitate this through theory and practice in academic and performance contexts and, crucially, through mentoring students.

You should: be able to evidence training and/or experience in a relevant subject/discipline.  This might include an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in a relevant subject/discipline, a vocational or professional qualification or relevant professional experience as an actor or director.

Please note that the above criterion is representative. We are looking for an experienced, working artist with the interest and ability to translate that practical, professional experience into effective teaching. We recognise that education and training can take numerous forms and welcome applications from candidates with non-traditional backgrounds.

Teaching Artist CCT Job Description

Teaching Artist CCT Terms & Conditions

The RCS continues to foster a culture that welcomes and supports new voices, balances the pursuit of excellence with individuality and experimentation, and champions all forms of a diverse performance community so that students and graduates can fulfil their potential as artists and creative citizens. 

For informal enquiries regarding the role, please contact m.silberschatz@rcs.ac.uk

 

If you would like to apply for the Teaching Artist in Classical and Contemporary Text role, please complete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form or email a CV and covering letter to vacancies@rcs.ac.uk.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

Closing Date: Friday 20th May 2022, 12pm

Interview Date:  Interviews will be held week beginning 20th June 2022

 

 

Lecturer in Classical and Contemporary Text

Part-time, 2 posts at 0.4FTE or 1 post at 0.8FTE

Salary Scale: £38,802 – £46,327 per annum pro-rata

We are: seeking a 2 Lecturers in Classical and Contemporary Text to join the CCT staff team for 0.4FTE each or 1 post at 0.8FTE, please highlight on your application which would be your preferred option.  The position operates on a flexible model. Specific working hours will be agreed with the Head of Classical and Contemporary Text to support programme activity and to support your continued work as a professional creative practitioner.

The Lecturer in Classical and Contemporary Text is responsible for supporting key components of students’ learning and development. You will facilitate this through theory and practice in academic and performance contexts and, crucially, through mentoring students.

You will deliver specialist teaching on the MA/MFA Acting/Directing Classical and Contemporary Text programme. Further, you will contribute to the ongoing development and delivery of the programme with special emphasis on equity and inclusion (including anti-racism and anti-colonialism).

You will be: required to develop and maintain key programme partnerships with professional organisations to ensure effective teaching delivery from these organisations.

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

Have either a degree in relevant subject/equivalent vocational qualification or significant, broad and relevant vocational experience with a teaching qualification.

Job Description – Lecturer in Classical and Contemporary

Lecturer in CCT Terms & Conditions

The RCS continues to foster a culture that welcomes and supports new voices, balances the pursuit of excellence with individuality and experimentation, and champions all forms of a diverse performance community so that students and graduates can fulfil their potential as artists and creative citizens. 

For informal enquiries regarding the role, please contact m.silberschatz@rcs.ac.uk

 

If you would like to apply for the Lecturer in Classical and Contemporary Text role, please complete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form or email a CV and covering letter to vacancies@rcs.ac.uk.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

Closing Date: Friday 20th May 2022 – midday

 Interview Date:  Interviews will be held week beginning 20th June 2022

 

 

 

Programme Support Administrator (Vocal Studies)

Programme Support Administrator (Education)

Academic Administration and Support

Fixed term (1 year), Full Time

Salary Scale: £21,168 – £24,245 pro rata per annum

 

We are: looking for two experienced and enthusiastic Programme Support Administrator’s to join the Academic Administration and Support team on a fixed term basis.

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 key to this role is prioritising and managing competing demands – you have to be accurate as errors can have significant consequences on the student experience.

 

You must have: proven administrative experience in a busy and complex administrative environment. 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 and 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: Monday 23rd May 2022 at 12pm

Job Description – Programme Support Administrator

Terms & Conditions – Programme Support Administrator

If you would like to apply for the Programme Support Administrator role, please complete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form. If you have any difficulties then please complete this version: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Application Form and email to us at proessionalservices@rcs.ac.uk.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

 

 

Disability Advisor

Academic Administration and Support (AAS)

Full Time, 1FTE

Permanent

Salary Scale: £33,471 – £38,802

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.

Closing date for applications: Friday 20 May at 12noon

Job Description – Disability Advisor

Terms & 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.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

 

 

A/V Technician

Estates Department

Full Time (35 hours), permanent (1 FTE)

Salary Scale: £25,709 – £31,555 per annum

We are: looking for an experienced AV 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: You will be responsible for efficient operation and maintenance of both musical instrument and audio visual stores as required by the Head of Estates in order to provide a service that meets the Conservatoire’s needs and in accordance with Conservatoire policies and objectives.

You must have: relevant professional, technical experience in the operation and maintenance of AV equipment. Must present a good public image and communicate in an effective and business-like manner with all levels of staff. Ability to deal a with a variety of tasks. Customer/Client Focussed – approachable, friendly, diplomatic.

Closing date for applications: Friday 13th May 12 noon.

Job Description – AV Technician

Terms and Conditions – AV Technician

If you would like to apply for the AV Technician role, please complete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.

 

 

Venue Technician

Estates Department

Full Time (35 hours), permanent (1 FTE)

Salary Scale: £21,168 – £24,245 per annum

We are: looking for an experienced Venue 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 alongside mentoring Conservatoire students whilst they are engaged in productions within the venues.

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.

Closing date for applications: Friday 20th May 12 noon

Job Description – Venue Technician

Terms and Conditions – Venue Technician

If you would like to apply for the Venue Technician role, please complete our online application form, which can be found here; RCS Online Application Form.

At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland we are committed to improving representation to the benefit of students, staff and our wider community. While we will be recruiting to this post on merit, we are particularly keen to encourage applications from appropriately experienced candidates from a minority ethnic background.