Work with us

LAMDA encourages people from any background to apply for any of its current vacancies, which are listed below. 

We are committed to creating a workforce which is representative of our society and to bringing together those with a variety of skills and experiences, to help shape what we do and how we work.

We are particularly keen to hear from black, asian and minority ethnic and disabled candidates. All disabled candidates who demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria for any of our positions will be invited for an interview. 

If you require an application pack in an alternative format or require any further information about any post advertised here, please contact [email protected]

Current vacancies

Type of Contract: Permanent, Full-time

Hours of Work: 35 hours per week including an hour unpaid lunch break each day. Monday - Friday on a shift roster. Evening and weekend work are an essential requirement of this role.  

Gross Annual Salary: £19,000 - £21,000 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 Role

An exciting opportunity has arisen within our Estates department. Supporting our newly developed Customer Service Desk, LAMDA is seeking a vibrant, friendly and approachable person with good ICT skills. The successful applicant will be a problem solver, who is able to learn quickly and has exceptional organisational skills. You will be the front face of LAMDA, therefore experience of working in theatre front of house, or a customer service role would be an advantage. The successful candidate will have a can-do attitude and be able to work under pressure on occasion.

The Application Process

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Sunday 1 November 2020

Interviews will be held: w/c 2 November 2020

Type of Contract: Permanent, Full-time

Hours of Work: 35 hours per week; Monday - Friday including an hour unpaid lunch break each day

Gross Annual Salary: £22,500 - £25,000 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 Role

We are looking to recruit a proactive and self-motivated Customer Services Officer. Leading our newly developed Customer Service Desk, we are seeking a vibrant, friendly, approachable person with excellent interpersonal skills. 

The successful applicant will be empathetic and professional, who can learn quickly and has exceptional organisational skills. Proven experience in a public facing role in a performing arts organisation and the ability to work able to work under pressure are essential. Occasional evening and weekend work are a requirement of this post. 

The Application Process

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Sunday 1 November 2020

Interviews will be held: w/c 2 November 2020

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time or Part-time)

Hours of Work: Up to 2 fractional posts would be considered

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 [FTE] 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 Role

We are currently looking to recruit versatile and engaging Singing & Music Practitioners to deliver a range of classes across all courses at LAMDA. We encourage practitioners from a broad range of backgrounds to apply. Previous experience in Theatre, Music Direction, Singing Teaching and / or experience in the wider educational or community work sector is welcome. We are looking for practitioners who are passionate about making Singing and Music accessible to a wide range of individuals to deliver classes that can include Singing Technique, Acting Through Song, Ensemble Singing, Musicality, Self-Creation with Music and Song writing. No formal qualifications are needed.

This post holder will provide teaching and training with individual and small groups of students. Furthermore, you will coordinate administrative duties including but not limited to staffing, teacher induction, distribution of repertoire and sheet music to students, timetabling, overseeing music equipment and instruments, obtain new and relevant materials, create connections with relevant artists in the industry, provide a point of contact for operational questions from Music staff across all courses.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent, Full-time

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £31,500 - £36,500 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 Role

We are looking to recruit a highly self-motivated and focused Production and Technical Manager will be responsible for the smooth running of all technical procedures in LAMDA’s theatres.  The post will be responsible for managing production and repair & maintenance budgets. The role requires the individual to give class to the students, as well as supporting them in their delivery of practical production roles.

The successful applicant will be the departmental lead for the technical discipline, ensuring that practice keeps pace with current industry practice technically, and in terms of environmental sustainability and inclusivity, and providing advice to course leaders/Head of Technical Training on matters of course and teaching and learning development particular to the discipline.

You will demonstrable leadership skills, resilience and be a proven team player.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent, Full-time

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £38,000 - £42,000 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 Role

This post holder will assist the Course Leader with particular elements of courses and the management of a pool of Teaching Associates from one or more disciplines, acting as a focus for the development of progressive practice in the Academy. 

You will be responsible for the curation of the skills development and training across all Programmes. Furthermore, you will take a leading responsibility for one of the work streams created to support our Academy priorities which are Inclusion, Access and Anti-Racist Teaching practice, Wellbeing and resilience, Artist and Professional Development, Digital learning and the Virtual Learning Environment.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time or Fractional)

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 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 Role

You will provide teaching and training with individual and small groups of students drawing on professional knowledge, experience and current industry practice. Further, you will support the student learning journey and professional development by fulfilling the role of personal tutor. 

The successful applicant will have proven ability to communicate complex knowledge clearly, both orally and in writing whilst having the ability to stimulate and encourage the commitment to learn in others and to promote depth of learning in the subject area.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time or Fractional)

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 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 Role

Associate Teacher – Movement & Dance will provide teaching and training with individual and small groups of students drawing on professional knowledge, experience and current industry practice. Supporting the student learning journey and professional development by fulfilling the role of personal tutor, they will have proven ability to work effectively and creatively with students and colleagues and be able to translate teaching and learning into the virtual learning environment. The successful applicant will have had experience in delivering teaching and/or training, as well as adequate breadth of knowledge in the discipline.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time of Fractional) 

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 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 Role

Associate Teacher - Acting is responsible for providing teaching and training with individual and small groups of students drawing on professional knowledge, experience and current industry practice. This post holder will support the student learning journey and professional development by fulfilling the role of personal tutor. 

The successful applicant will have the ability to work effectively and creatively with students and colleagues and be able to translate teaching and learning into the virtual learning environment. With demonstrable experience in delivering teaching and/or training, they will have adequate breadth of knowledge in the discipline.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time)

Hours of Work: 37 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 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 Role

The successful applicant will provide specialist support for internal and external projects, such as Musical Direction, Vocal Arrangements and Singing Support. Furthermore, they will support the student learning journey and professional development by fulfilling the role of personal tutor. 

You will be responsible for coordinating a range of administrative duties including but not limited to staffing, teacher induction, distribution of repertoire and sheet music to students, timetabling, overseeing music equipment and instruments, obtain new and relevant materials, create connections with relevant artists in the industry.

You will have proven organisational skills and will have the ability to manage your own time effectively, so as to meet deadlines and manage competing priorities.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Part-time) 

Hours of Work: Up to 2 fractional posts would be considered

Gross Annual Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 [FTE] 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 Role

We are currently looking to recruit versatile and engaging Singing & Music Practitioners to deliver a range of classes across all courses at LAMDA. We encourage practitioners from a broad range of backgrounds to apply. Previous experience in Theatre, Music Direction, Singing Teaching and / or experience in the wider educational or community work sector is welcome. We are looking for practitioners who are passionate about making Singing and Music accessible to a wide range of individuals to deliver classes that can include Singing Technique, Acting Through Song, Ensemble Singing, Musicality, Self-Creation with Music and Song writing. No formal qualifications are needed. 

This post holder will provide teaching and training with individual and small groups of students with a specialism in at least two of the following: Acting Through Song, Ensemble Singing and Musicality, Contemporary Singing Techniques, Song Writing and Self Creation. 

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time)

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £33,000 - £36,000 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 Role

This is an exciting brand-new role working within the PTASS department. You will inspire, teach and support the next generation of Sound Designers and Technicians. Furthermore, you will support them in their delivery of practical design and production roles. 

The successful applicant will have demonstrable experience of working as a professional Sound Designer across a variety of styles, scales of theatre and possess proven theatre production sound experience.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent (Full-time or Fractional)

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week

Gross Annual Salary: £27,000 - £30,000 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 Role

We are looking to recruit a focused, self-motivated and highly efficient Associate Teacher – Technical Sound who will be responsible for introducing the Production and Technical Arts students to the skills required and roles within a Theatre, or related industry, Sound Department. The role requires the individual to teach a class as well as support them in their delivery of practical show roles.

The successful applicant will have experience with specifically: DiGiCO / Yamaha Digital Consoles as well as have proven ability to think creatively and to take the initiative to meet strict deadlines across a number of simultaneous projects.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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]

Please note LAMDA will consider fractional contracts and job shares for all Associate Teacher roles

We are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Fixed-term contract for 7months (November 2020 – May 2021)

Hours of Work: 40 Hours week

Gross Annual Salary: £18,500 - £20,500 pro-rata 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 Role

This role is to introduce the Production and Technical Arts students to the skills required and roles within Film and TV drama production.  The role requires the individual to teach students as well as support them in their delivery of practical film unit roles. 

The successful applicant will have good analytical skills and the ability to respond to problems which would arise in learning situations and expertise in the part of the curriculum to be taught and the scholarship associated with it.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November

Type of Contract: Permanent, Full-time

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week 

Gross Annual Salary: £32,000 - 35,000 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 Role

We are looking to recruit a Producer to deliver the artistic goals and financial aims developed by the Director and Executive Director in such a way that the artists, the budget, the schedule, the students and the audience are all seamlessly and productively inter-connected.

This post holder requires strong negotiation and contractual experience and skill, and an excellent understanding of how to facilitate and collaborate with artistic teams. The Producer will work across multiple projects across all our spaces and platforms, from productions to New Writing development projects to LAMDA Scratch Lab to student created projects and will be required to manage many priorities at once.

The Application Process

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
    • Tell us about how you think inclusion and anti-racism are part of drama training and artist development how they live in your practice and teaching 
    • Tell us about a piece of theatre or film you have made or been involved with and one that has influenced you and the art you want to make in the future
    • ​You may wish to include a Short video or sound file

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 are particularly interested in hearing 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. 

Application Deadline

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Monday 9 November

Interviews will held: w/c 16 November and w/c 23 November