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Data Officer (one year fixed-term)

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama

Closing date: 27 February 2019

Interviews: week commencing 04 March 2019

Are you interested in data and data systems?

The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama is a small Higher Education Provider made up of six member and two affiliate performing arts schools in higher education. The Conservatoire is looking to recruit a fixed-term data officer to work with its current Data Officer.   The two Data Officers will work as a team on the various statistical returns required of a higher education institution and provide data analysis for internal and external purposes.

You will be joining the Conservatoire at an exciting time as the Data Officers will also play a key role in a project to commission and introduce a new student information system to meet the Conservatoire’s future internal and external reporting needs.

As well as skills in data management and analysis, you will need to be a good team-player and work closely with the permanent Data Officer.  You will also work closely with staff at all levels both in the Conservatoire’s office and its member schools, as well as with external consultants, contractors and agencies.

This would be an excellent opportunity for somebody looking to build their skills and experience, and gain exposure to a variety of systems and aspects of data management in a Higher Education context.

For a full job description please view the link below:

Job description – Data Officer

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Are you interested in data and data systems?

The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama is a small Higher Education Provider made up of six member and two affiliate performing arts schools in higher education. The Conservatoire is looking to recruit a fixed-term data officer to work with its current Data Officer.   The two Data Officers will work as a team on the various statistical returns required of a higher education institution and provide data analysis for internal and external purposes.

You will be joining the Conservatoire at an exciting time as the Data Officers will also play a key role in a project to commission and introduce a new student information system to meet the Conservatoire’s future internal and external reporting needs.

As well as skills in data management and analysis, you will need to be a good team-player and work closely with the permanent Data Officer.  You will also work closely with staff at all levels both in the Conservatoire’s office and its member schools, as well as with external consultants, contractors and agencies.

This would be an excellent opportunity for somebody looking to build their skills and experience, and gain exposure to a variety of systems and aspects of data management in a Higher Education context.

For a full job description please view the link below:

Job description – Data Officer

Renumeration: £27,000 to £29,250 depending on experience

Contract: Full-time one year fixed term

Location: Bloomsbury (or a location in Central London tbc)

For an informal conversation about the post, please contact Olivia Oakley on 020 8150 5514.

To apply for the role, please complete the application form and equality monitoring form below and return to Olivia Oakley by email: olivia.oakley@cdd.ac.uk

CDD application form

CDD equality monitoring form

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Learning Development Manager

Central School of Ballet

Closing date: Monday 18th February 2019 at 9am

Interviews: Week of 25th February 2019

Central School of Ballet has an international reputation as a professional training organisation that produces intelligent, versatile, professional and highly employable dancers who go on to work in leading companies across the world.

Central delivers a ballet-focused degree course – a BA (Hons) Degree in Professional Dance and Performance and an MA Choreography, validated by the University of Kent. Central is looking to recruit an individual to contribute to the undergraduate contextual studies programmes, and to oversee the research and learning resources provision across all degree courses. A background in dance and experience of teaching and working with students is essential.

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Central School of Ballet has an international reputation as a professional training organisation that produces intelligent, versatile, professional and highly employable dancers who go on to work in leading companies across the world.

Central delivers a ballet-focused degree course – a BA (Hons) Degree in Professional Dance and Performance and an MA Choreography, validated by the University of Kent. Central is looking to recruit an individual to contribute to the undergraduate contextual studies programmes, and to oversee the research and learning resources provision across all degree courses. A background in dance and experience of teaching and working with students is essential.

Renumeration: £30,900 - £34,900 per annum

For more information and to apply for the role, please visit the Central School of Ballet website.

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Chair of the Board of Governors

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama

Closing date: Thursday 7 February 2019

Interviews: First interviews week commencing 25 February 2019

The Conservatoire for Dance & Drama is seeking an energetic, experienced and informed leader to chair its governing body (“the Board”).

The Conservatoire for Dance & Drama comprises six Member schools and two Affiliate schools who provide world-leading education and specialist vocational training in dance, drama, circus arts and technical theatre.  They operate as separate legal entities under the umbrella of the Conservatoire.  The Conservatoire enables them to uphold the highest standards in education and training, collaborate artistically and share resources, whilst retaining their distinctive identities, traditions and expertise.

We wish to appoint a new Chair of the Board from November 2019 to succeed James Smith CBE, who has reached the maximum limit of his term.

For a full job specification, please view or download the link below:

Chair of the Board of Governors – job specification

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The Conservatoire for Dance & Drama is seeking an energetic, experienced and informed leader to chair its governing body (“the Board”).

The Conservatoire for Dance & Drama comprises six Member schools and two Affiliate schools who provide world-leading education and specialist vocational training in dance, drama, circus arts and technical theatre.  They operate as separate legal entities under the umbrella of the Conservatoire.  The Conservatoire enables them to uphold the highest standards in education and training, collaborate artistically and share resources, whilst retaining their distinctive identities, traditions and expertise.

We wish to appoint a new Chair of the Board from November 2019 to succeed James Smith CBE, who has reached the maximum limit of his term.

For a full job specification, please view or download the link below:

Chair of the Board of Governors – job specification

Please email Kathleen Formosa, Clerk to the Board of Governors (Kathleen.formosa@cdd.ac.uk) with your CV and a brief letter (no more than 2 pages of A4) outlining your interest in the Conservatoire and its approach to higher education, the contribution you hope to make and any relevant skills and experience by 7 February 2019.

We anticipate inviting shortlisted candidates for discussion with the Chief Executive the week of 25 February 2019 with panel interviews to take place shortly thereafter.  It is hoped that the successful applicant will join the Board at its meeting on 15 May 2019.

The Conservatoire is committed to diversity in its membership and welcomes applications from all suitably experienced and motivated individuals.  Reasonable adjustments for disability will be implemented for those who may require them.

 

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Board of Trustees

Rambert School

Closing date: Ongoing

Rambert School is currently seeking to appoint two new trustees to join the Board. One will have significant experience of working within the dance profession. Applications for the other vacancy are welcome from all professional backgrounds.

Selection will be by informal interview.

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Rambert School is currently seeking to appoint two new trustees to join the Board. One will have significant experience of working within the dance profession. Applications for the other vacancy are welcome from all professional backgrounds.

Selection will be by informal interview.

For more information about the vacancies and how to apply, please visit the Rambert School website.

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