|Salary:||From £46,666 inclusive of outer London weighting allowance|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||24th April 2023|
Rose Bruford College is seeking a Programme Director for the Collaborative Theatre Making and International Theatre Practice and Performance MA/MFA programmes. The role holder will take responsibility for the artistic leadership and academic management of these exciting programmes. The International Theatre Practice and Performance programme is delivered in partnership with the National Theater Institute, Connecticut.
A proactive leader and advanced creative, the ideal candidate will come with demonstrable experience of industry, training, teaching and innovative pedagogy, and the aptitude to build a high performing team across the programmes they lead.
An excellent communicator, they will have the experience and ability to develop the programmes in relation to shifts in the industries for which the students train, alongside developments in teaching and learning. For the role the College seeks a person who is international in outlook, team-orientated, a strong communicator with robust collaborative skills and an active listening and problem-solving focus.
The role holder must have an evident commitment to active equality, diversity and inclusion in their practice. In addition, ideally the role holder will be research and/or knowledge exchange productive or will demonstrate a willingness to develop this area of their profile.
The College offers an attractive package, with 35 days holiday, plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time staff), an attractive pension scheme, access to our staff development programme and a salary scale rising to £58,521 with satisfactory performance.
For further information about the position please visit www.bruford.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/ If you have any queries regarding the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The College is committed to a policy of equal opportunities in compliance with the Equality Act 2010 and welcomes applications regardless of community, background, religious belief, gender, age, racial/ethnic group, marital status, sexual orientation, dependant responsibility or disability. We particularly welcome applications from the Black and global majority and D/deaf and disabled communities who are currently under-represented in our workforce.
Under current legislation, the college has a legal obligation to ensure that our employees have a legal right to work in the UK.
Should you require any further detail or an informal conversation about the role, please contact Professor Stephen Farrier, Director of Research and Head of the Postgraduate School: email@example.com
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