Published
January 25, 2023
Location
Job Type
Short Summary
We seek to appoint a Performing Arts Technician/Administrator to support the Director of Performing Arts and Music and the Head of Drama.
Salary
Salary is payable at the rate of £20,000 – £22,000 pa, dependent on experience and whether onsite accommodation is required
Working Pattern
Full time • Required for 1 September 2023 • Permanent or a one year fixed term contract
Closing Date
February 21, 2023

Description

We seek to appoint a Performing Arts Technician/Administrator to support the Director of Performing Arts and Music and the Head of Drama, and contribute towards the smooth operation of the Music and PA Department.

This is a full time permanent position. However, it is also open to applicants looking for a one year fixed-term contract, who do not want to commit to a permanent role.

This role would be suitable for:

  • A Graduate with a Degree in Stage Management and Technical Theatre (who is willing to learn the recording studio production element).
  • A Graduate with a Degree in Sound Engineering and Production (who is willing to learn the theatre technician elements).

Or:

  • A candidate without a degree, but with relevant experience working in the technical or stage management side of theatre.

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.

On-site accommodation (self-contained, one-bedroom flat) for the duration of the contract can be offered at a very competitive rent, if required. 

Applicants should evidence in the suitability section of the application form, how they meet the requirements of the role and person specification.

Please refer to the Application Pack for more information about the role, which can be found below or on the school website.

All supporting documents, including our Application Form, Safeguarding Policy and Recruitment & Selection Policy, can also be found on the school website.

Application is by School Application Form only (please note we are unable to consider applicants on receipt of a CV alone) and should be submitted electronically by email to Rachel Harris (Head of HR & Deputy Bursar).

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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