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We are currently recruiting Examiners based in the UK to examine our suite of communication, performance, musical theatre and Shakespeare examinations.
You must hold a recognised teaching qualification or equivalent, and/or a Master’s Degree in a performance related subject. You must also have a minimum of two years’ experience of teaching the LAMDA syllabi. We are also looking for candidates with five years teaching experience in Communication/Speech/English Language and Drama subjects.
To apply for this role please complete the Application Form and Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form below, and return them to [email protected]. Please include an up-to-date CV with your submission.
LAMDA Examinations recruit Examiners up to three times per academic year (August-July). If your application is successful, you will be invited for interview at LAMDA. Following a successful interview, you will be invited to attend a training day in London; dates and times of this will be confirmed when you are invited to interview.
Type of Contract: Permanent, full-time
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week
Gross Annual Salary: £23,000 to £24,500 plus benefits
A world class drama school and educational charity, LAMDA – the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art – delivers exceptional vocational training in the performing arts. LAMDA’s core aim is to train and develop the best artists regardless of social or financial background. The Academy is at an exciting time in its evolution, paving the way for drama school training in the 21st century and developing multi-skilled creative artists and technicians. In order to ensure that its work is accessible to all, LAMDA is passionately committed to widening participation and operates a robust scholarship scheme, awarding significant support to one in five full-time students each year.
The Development department has a vital role in supporting on-going excellence in training and securing funding to ensure we increase diversity in our student body and long term in the industry. The department also works closely with our alumni network.
This role is an exciting and busy one working predominantly with LAMDA’s individual donors who range from local neighbours who donate regularly and have us in their will to major donors who supported our capital build and continue to donate to projects, scholarships and training excellence.
It is a varied, busy and creative post working closely with the Director of Development to administer and support the cultivation, engagement, and stewardship of individual donors including an exciting events programme.
The post holder will have a warm and confident nature, excellent administration skills and experience of individual giving and administering events . With excellent written and verbal communication skills, you will be highly organised and have a good eye for detail. Furthermore, you will have good project management skills.
We welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, and those with disabilities, as these groups are under-represented at all levels in the LAMDA staff.
Please find full job description below.
We want you to have the opportunity to really tell us about yourself and explain to us why this opportunity is right for you. All applications will be judged on content, not on format.
To apply, please complete:
- Application form together with the Equality and Diversity monitoring form
- All applications should address the following questions and please attach a basic CV:
- Tell us a little about yourself and why this position interests you
- Tell us what experience you have had that means you meet the person specification outlined in the job description, include practical examples
In order to be considered for any of the above roles, please e-mail the above information by e-mail to the HR Manager at [email protected]
We would like to hear from people whose situation, background and/or identity is currently under- supported across the arts and training sector and within our organisation. Including but not limited to people who are culturally and ethnically diverse and experience racism in our society, those with LGBTQ+ identities, neurodivergent and/or D/deaf and disabled, and those with caring responsibilities and those who have experienced socio and economic barriers.
The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Wednesday 30th June
Interviews will be held: w/c 5th July