SE London experienced Projects Manager needed to join a committed and innovative team of dance professionals.
Salary: £27,456 – £32,948 p.a. (pro-rata)
Permanent / Part-Time: 0.6 FTE (3 days per week)
Start date: Monday 4 November (or as soon as possible)
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is a forward thinking, contemporary and world-class Higher Education Institution with a vision to redefine the conservatoire for the 21st century. At the leading edge of music and dance training, it provides specialist education of the highest quality, which reflects the increasingly collaborative world of artistic practice and supports the lifelong career development of students and professional performing artists.
We are seeking to appoint an experienced Projects Manager to join a committed and innovative team of dance professionals. This post, one of three Project Managers in the Learning and Participation (Dance) programme, offers an exciting opportunity to work in a high profile dance organisation, as part of a supportive team all committed to the value of dance in education and the community.
The Projects Managers are responsible for the administration, co-ordination and management of a range of projects and activities across youth, disability, community and school sectors. In addition they have a vital role contributing to the strategic planning of the Learning and Participation (Dance) at Laban, Faculty of Dance.
We are looking for a self-motivated, highly organised and experienced individual who has a real interest and understanding of the contemporary dance sector and commitment to working with people of all ages and backgrounds.
The role requires the ability to take initiative and excellent communication skills.
Flexible working will be required and a DBS check.
For further information about the role and to download an application form please click on the following links, you can also contact , Paula Emms, HR Officer, on 020 8305 9476 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 12 Noon, Monday 7 October 2013
Interviews: Thursday, 17 October 2013