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Data Officer (one year fixed-term)

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama

Closing date: 31 January 2020

Interviews: Week commencing 10 February 2020

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 schools in higher education. The Conservatoire is looking to recruit a fixed-term data officer to work with its current Senior Data Officer.   The Data Officer will work with the Senior Data Officer 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 Officer will also play a key role in a project to 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 Senior 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 and person specification, 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 schools in higher education. The Conservatoire is looking to recruit a fixed-term data officer to work with its current Senior Data Officer.   The Data Officer will work with the Senior Data Officer 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 Officer will also play a key role in a project to 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 Senior 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 and person specification, please view the link below:

Job description – Data Officer

Hours of work: Full-time

Renumeration: £26,500

Contract: One year fixed term

For an informal conversation about the post, please contact the Senior Data Officer Imran Sheikh on 020 8150 5509.

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

CDD application form

CDD equality monitoring form

 

 

 

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Quality Officer

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama

Closing date: Noon on Friday 31 January 2020

Interviews: Week commencing 10 February 2020

The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama is a unique higher education institution.  Its schools are world leaders in offering vocational education and training in circus arts, dance and drama.  The Conservatoire achieved a Gold award in Year Two TEF.

Collectively, the Conservatoire offers around 40 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes focused on professional, vocational training to around 900 students (predominantly undergraduate).

The Conservatoire has an ambitious Strategic Plan, which includes as a key objective working towards the acquisition of taught degree-awarding powers (TDAP). The successful candidate will be joining the Conservatoire at an exciting time of change and development.

The Quality Officer works with the Deputy Academic Registrar, Data team and other staff in implementing the Conservatoire’s quality assurance and enhancement framework and ensuring compliance with the conditions of registration from the Office for Students.  This includes co-ordinating the Conservatoire’s academic committee cycle, acting as secretary to committees and taking the minutes at meetings.  The role also involves contributing to the development of quality assurance procedures and systems and the implementation of those procedures.  Students are important contributors to the quality processes and this role will promote those contributions.

For a full job description and person specification, please view the link below:

Job description – Quality Officer

 

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The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama is a unique higher education institution.  Its schools are world leaders in offering vocational education and training in circus arts, dance and drama.  The Conservatoire achieved a Gold award in Year Two TEF.

Collectively, the Conservatoire offers around 40 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes focused on professional, vocational training to around 900 students (predominantly undergraduate).

The Conservatoire has an ambitious Strategic Plan, which includes as a key objective working towards the acquisition of taught degree-awarding powers (TDAP). The successful candidate will be joining the Conservatoire at an exciting time of change and development.

The Quality Officer works with the Deputy Academic Registrar, Data team and other staff in implementing the Conservatoire’s quality assurance and enhancement framework and ensuring compliance with the conditions of registration from the Office for Students.  This includes co-ordinating the Conservatoire’s academic committee cycle, acting as secretary to committees and taking the minutes at meetings.  The role also involves contributing to the development of quality assurance procedures and systems and the implementation of those procedures.  Students are important contributors to the quality processes and this role will promote those contributions.

For a full job description and person specification, please view the link below:

Job description – Quality Officer

 

Hours of work: Full-time

Renumeration: £26,500

Contract: Permanent

For an informal conversation about the post, please contact Heather Newton, Deputy Academic Registrar on 020 8150 5507.

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

CDD application form

CDD equality monitoring form

 

 

 

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Company Manager

Central School of Ballet

Closing date: Sunday 12 January 2020

Interviews: week of 20 January 2020

Central School of Ballet provides one of the most comprehensive degree-level dance courses in Europe, training students for careers in classical ballet, contemporary dance and musical and dance theatre.

We are looking to recruit an experienced Company Manager to work on the Ballet Central national tour. Responsibilities include assisting in all aspects of the planning and smooth running of the Ballet Central Tour, supporting the Artistic Director and working with the Ballet Central Rehearsal Coach to deliver a quality and cost-effective tour as part of the BA (Hons) Professional Dance & Performance programme.

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Central School of Ballet provides one of the most comprehensive degree-level dance courses in Europe, training students for careers in classical ballet, contemporary dance and musical and dance theatre.

We are looking to recruit an experienced Company Manager to work on the Ballet Central national tour. Responsibilities include assisting in all aspects of the planning and smooth running of the Ballet Central Tour, supporting the Artistic Director and working with the Ballet Central Rehearsal Coach to deliver a quality and cost-effective tour as part of the BA (Hons) Professional Dance & Performance programme.

Renumeration: £30,000 per annum pro rata

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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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