Module Year Coordinator in European Theatre Arts

£41,081 to £51,482 (inclusive of Outer London Weighting Allowance)

Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance’s distinctive BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts Programme seeks an experienced individual to join the core team as a Module/Year Coordinator.

Teaching and coordinating across the three years of the degree, you will contribute to training resourceful, reflective and resilient theatre-makers & practitioners; ensuring they are well-prepared to contribute to a changing industry and a changing world.

You will have an established practice as a performance-maker, practitioner, and/or trainer with experience of working in professional and HE settings. You will lead by example, with your practice aligning with the Programme’s core principles of the ensemble, innovation, and crossing (artistic, cultural, geographic) borders. You will be committed to working inclusively and possess the skills to support a diverse range of individuals throughout their growth as performers and practitioners.

You should be able to teach any two of the following:

  • Collaborative theatre practice training
  • Pedagogies of European performer training
  • Devising practice in a specific methodology pertinent to the Programme
  • Performance techniques in relation to critical theory
  • World theatre traditions and practices pertinent to the Programme
  • Practical approaches to key periods of European theatre history
  • Alternative dramaturgical approaches (i.e. performance practice emerging from non-theatre fields).

You will be a proven coordinator of others, or have the potential to quickly develop this capacity, able to work calmly & efficiently under pressure. You will possess the ability to work in a genuinely collaborative manner with students and staff. This is particularly important, as the current line management of the MYC role is undertaken as a job share by two people working in a collaborative leadership model.

The entry salary for MYC is £41,081 rising to £51,482 (inclusive of Outer London Weighting Allowance) via annual increments.  We offer 35 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank Holidays, an attractive pension scheme and access to our staff development programme.

We believe that Rose Bruford College is an Employer of Choice. It offers a pleasant environment in which to work, with good on-site facilities and terms and conditions of employment.

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 BAME and D/deaf and disabled communities who are currently under-represented in our workforce.

If you have difficulty downloading the application pack from this webpage, please email recruitment@bruford.ac.uk

Under current legislation, the college has a legal obligation to ensure that our employees have a legal right to work in the UK.

Your completed application should be returned to recruitment@bruford.ac.uk by 5:00 pm on Monday 17 August 2020

Interviews will be conducted in week beginning 7th September