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Vacancies

Governors / Trustees

London Contemporary Dance School / The Place

Closing date: 10 Jan 2020 at midday

Interviews: w/c 20 and 27 Jan 2020

The Place (Contemporary Dance Trust Limited), London’s creative powerhouse for dance development, has been leading the way in dance education, creation and performance for 50 years. In a changing landscape, our vision for the future remains steadfast: we are powering imagination through dance, championing new ideas, embracing risks and creating optimal conditions for dance artists and enthusiasts to realise their full potential. The Place is home to London Contemporary Dance School, Richard Alston Dance Company, an extensive theatre and artist development programme, education projects, a range of classes and courses and a nationwide touring model.

The Place is looking for outstanding people to join the governing body and work with the senior executive team to achieve the ambitions set out in Business Plan and Vision 2029. Following a skills audit and review process, several areas of expertise have been identified.

  1. finance expert – a finance director or deputy finance director with practical experience of producing management or statutory accounts.  Knowledge of mergers and acquisitions in the commercial or charitable sectors would also be helpful.
  2. Knowledge of commercial property or inner-city regeneration.
  3. Experience of secondary and/or further education in the UK with particular reference to widening access and participation.
  4. Fundraising expertise with a proven record in delivering six-figure sums and above.

We are particularly interested to hear from BAME candidates and mid-career professionals looking to gain Board experience as we strive to achieve the same diversity amongst our Board members that we see amongst our students, staff, artists and audiences.

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The Place (Contemporary Dance Trust Limited), London’s creative powerhouse for dance development, has been leading the way in dance education, creation and performance for 50 years. In a changing landscape, our vision for the future remains steadfast: we are powering imagination through dance, championing new ideas, embracing risks and creating optimal conditions for dance artists and enthusiasts to realise their full potential. The Place is home to London Contemporary Dance School, Richard Alston Dance Company, an extensive theatre and artist development programme, education projects, a range of classes and courses and a nationwide touring model.

The Place is looking for outstanding people to join the governing body and work with the senior executive team to achieve the ambitions set out in Business Plan and Vision 2029. Following a skills audit and review process, several areas of expertise have been identified.

  1. finance expert – a finance director or deputy finance director with practical experience of producing management or statutory accounts.  Knowledge of mergers and acquisitions in the commercial or charitable sectors would also be helpful.
  2. Knowledge of commercial property or inner-city regeneration.
  3. Experience of secondary and/or further education in the UK with particular reference to widening access and participation.
  4. Fundraising expertise with a proven record in delivering six-figure sums and above.

We are particularly interested to hear from BAME candidates and mid-career professionals looking to gain Board experience as we strive to achieve the same diversity amongst our Board members that we see amongst our students, staff, artists and audiences.

For more information and to apply, please visit The Place website.

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Facilities Manager

Central School of Ballet

Closing date: Tuesday 3 December 2019 at 5pm

Interviews: Monday 9 & Tuesday 10 December 2019

Central School of Ballet trains students for careers in classical ballet and dance.

Central is moving in Spring 2020 to bespoke new premises on the South Bank London SE1 and is looking to recruit a Facilities Manager to oversee the move from existing premises and to manage and maintain the new site.

Responsibilities include managing the School’s premises, facilities and IT. The role will also involve overseeing the move from existing premises to Central’s new home including managing and maintaining the new site.

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Central School of Ballet trains students for careers in classical ballet and dance.

Central is moving in Spring 2020 to bespoke new premises on the South Bank London SE1 and is looking to recruit a Facilities Manager to oversee the move from existing premises and to manage and maintain the new site.

Responsibilities include managing the School’s premises, facilities and IT. The role will also involve overseeing the move from existing premises to Central’s new home including managing and maintaining the new site.

Renumeration: £28,500 per annum

For further information and an application form, please visit the Central School of Ballet website.

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Trustee (Chair Successor)

Rambert School

Closing date: 8th December 2019

The successful candidate will become a Trustee and will begin the transition into the role of Chair so that they are ready to step up to succeed Richard Cooper as Chair of the Board before he retires in July 2020.

After Amanda Britton’s first four years leading the School, it is now financially sound, outward looking and growing in stature. The new Chair has the opportunity to build on this work to steer the School in a step change to increase its profile nationally and worldwide and to ensure the stature of the School for the next 100 years, through a successful Centenary Campaign.

They will work with the School’s leadership and Board of Trustees to shape strategic development, develop new income streams and build on the successes of the School’s past 100 years. They will go on to lead the Board through a period of development, including a capital project and redevelopment of areas of the Grade II listed site.

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The successful candidate will become a Trustee and will begin the transition into the role of Chair so that they are ready to step up to succeed Richard Cooper as Chair of the Board before he retires in July 2020.

After Amanda Britton’s first four years leading the School, it is now financially sound, outward looking and growing in stature. The new Chair has the opportunity to build on this work to steer the School in a step change to increase its profile nationally and worldwide and to ensure the stature of the School for the next 100 years, through a successful Centenary Campaign.

They will work with the School’s leadership and Board of Trustees to shape strategic development, develop new income streams and build on the successes of the School’s past 100 years. They will go on to lead the Board through a period of development, including a capital project and redevelopment of areas of the Grade II listed site.

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

 

 

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