Published
April 2, 2024
Location
Short Summary
We seek to appoint a Performing Arts Assistant from September 2024 for an 11-month fixed-term contract, from 1 September 2024 to 31 July 2025.
Salary
£14 per hour
Working Pattern
Part Time - Fixed Term
Closing Date
May 02, 2024

Description

To commence 1 September 2024 and end July 31 2025

Part-time (two days a week), 11-month fixed-term contract

We seek to appoint a Performing Arts Assistant from September 2024 for an 11-month fixed-term contract, from 1 September 2024 to 31 July 2025. This is a part-time position (two days a week), with exact days to be mutually agreed.

The post is designed to provide the opportunity to develop first hand practical experience of working in a school. The role would appeal to those who possess a strong interest in working with young people within Performing Arts and Music. They will also possess knowledge of, or have the ability to learn, the technical elements of theatre, such as lighting, sound, and scenery. In addition to this, the candidate will be willing to help out with administrative tasks and the day to day running of the Music and Performing Arts Department.

Regarding qualifications, this role would be suitable for a candidate educated up to A-Level (or equivalent) in a relevant subject, or a recent University Graduate with a relevant degree.

The ideal candidate will inspire enthusiasm and confidence in our students, will be an excellent communicator and will be a team player, keen to share ideas with colleagues.

Refer to the full Job Description and Person Specification for more information.

To apply and for more information: www.dukeofkentschool.org.uk/private-prep-surrey-england/job-vacancies

Application is by School Application Form only and should be submitted electronically by email to Cat Branagan (HR & Operations Assistant) at cbranagan@dokschool.org

Applications will be reviewed on receipt.

Duke of Kent School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. All teaching staff are required to submit a self-declaration form confirming their suitability to work with children across our age range. Appointment will be subject to satisfactory references and pre-employment checks as detailed in our Recruitment Policy.

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