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Archived: Head of Movement (with Head of Year responsibilities)

Salary: £45,000

Full Time (40 hours per week on average)

The Arts Educational Schools have their origin in schools founded in 1919 by Grace Cone and in 1922 by Olive Ripman. The Cone and Ripman schools were pioneers in providing suitably talented children with a general academic education in conjunction with specialised training in dance, drama, music and art, preparing young men and women for professional careers in or connected with the theatre. In 1939 the two schools amalgamated to become the Cone Ripman School. Today Arts Educational Schools London continues to support a world–renowned co–educational independent vocational school for pupils aged 11–18 years as well as a professional conservatoire with two main divisions offering BA and MA degrees in Acting and BA and MA degrees in Musical Theatre, all of which are validated by City University and accredited by Drama UK. There is also a wide ranging programme of part time courses for all ages.

Purpose of Post

To ensure the safe, efficient and effective provision of high-quality contemporary movement training, teaching all acting approaches and related subjects across all programmes/courses within the School of Acting, undertaking and overseeing assessments, giving feedback and planning and overseeing a range of units/modules and projects whilst ensuring the currency and world-leading position of the curriculum is maintained.

The Head of Movement will line-manage visiting Professionals and Visiting lecturers, coordinate External Examiners, and facilitate pastoral care as Head of Year to students within the School of Acting (assisting the Director of the School of Acting in the maintenance of discipline amongst the student body) and will support and collaborate with the Director of the School of Acting in the audition process.

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Application deadline: 16/08/22

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