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Projects & Productions Co-ordinator (Part Time)

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Actor Musician

Location:  3 Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS2 7PD
Salary:  £30,502 to £33,314 per annum pro rata
Part Time Permanent
Hours per Week:  22.6
Closing Date:  Wednesday 17 August 2022
Interview Date:  Thursday 25 August 2022
Reference:  LCON056

Please note this role is part time, 22.6 hours per week.
 
The Conservatoire wishes to appoint a Coordinator, supporting the realisation of Project and Productions within the Acting and Actor Musician programmes.
 
The Coordinator will be responsible for the Coordination of Project and Production modules within the Acting and Actor Musician Courses, acting as producer for public performances across a live performance season.
 
Successful applicants will have extensive knowledge of theatre production, relevant industry experience and highly developed logistical skill. The Coordinator works closely with a team of discipline specific Coordinators to ensure a quality, collaborative student experience. As such, applicants should be highly collaborative and willing to work with a team of teaching and visiting artists to deliver excellence in multidisciplinary performance training.
 
The HR department is contactable by email on jobs@lcm.ac.uk
 
For more information specifically about the post, please contact Erin Carter at e.carter@lcm.ac.uk
 
Please click apply online to complete our application form.

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Leeds Conservatoire is committed to creating an inclusive learning and working environment for all. We value diversity and aim to promote equality and inclusion throughout all of our activities.  
 
We encourage applications from all backgrounds, and lived experiences, as we look to make sustainable changes to become more representative of our whole community. We seek to maximise the potential of our staff and students, be responsive to new ideas, and equip our students for life in a multicultural and diverse society. 
 
We are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 to provide appropriate adjustments for disabled candidates (including long-term health, mental health and neurodiverse conditions). Please contact our HR team as soon as possible if you have any adjustments or arrangements that would enable you to engage and participate with the application and selection process
 

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