The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is now seeking a new Lecturer in Movement to work alongside the Head of Movement, Struan Leslie. This work, based in the delivery of movement in the broadest of contexts, including teaching, organising and production support, across all areas of the College’s work; BA and MA in Acting and Musical theatre and BMus courses including Vocal Studies. You will join an experienced team that is forward thinking and places particular importance on the successful progression of students to employment. Practitioners with dedication and a passion for teaching will encounter a collaborative working environment which places students at the centre of its practice.
About the College:
The College attracts the best creative talent from across the globe. As Wales’ national conservatoire, we fire imagination and drive innovation, offering training to almost 1000 musicians, actors, designers, technicians and arts managers from more than 30 countries. Our students’ extraordinary talent and potential is fused with exceptional teaching and unrivalled industry links, to bring dreams to life. Creative ambition and collaboration are central to our excellence.
Our students are immersed in a live industry environment from the moment they arrive. With some of Wales’ most prestigious venues, the College operates a dynamic arts centre, and our performance programme of world class professionals is integral to students’ training. We nourish our future professionals, so they push new boundaries and make their mark in the creative industries, aspiring to brilliant careers. The future starts here.
We are committed to creating a workforce that is representative of society. Currently, people from ethnically diverse communities, those who self-identify as disabled, neurodiverse and transgender, and Welsh speaking individuals are under-represented, so we are keen to hear from candidates from these under-represented groups.
Based in Cardiff, RWCMD are seeking an energetic, experienced individual of the highest calibre, to make a major contribution to the future of the College.
The Acting Department, led by Director of Performance (Drama) Jonathan Munby, encompasses undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Acting for Stage, Screen and Radio, and Musical Theatre. Its training has an industry leading reputation, employing highly regarded professionals to produce work for audio, screen, or stage that directly faces the industry and world in which it sits.
The Music department, led by Tim Rhys-Evans, encompasses undergraduate and postgraduate courses in instrumental and vocal performance, composition, orchestral artistry, conducting, opera performance and opera directing. All degree programmes expose our students to the necessary training for solo performance, collaborative artistry and the important role of the artist in society. The music department at RWCMD is praised for the diversity in the music programmes, the creation of curious and collaborative musicians and its direct links with industry.
This post is a full-time permanent role. The hours of work are those required to fulfil the needs of the post.
We offer a number of employee benefits including an excellent pension scheme and generous annual leave. Discover the advantages of working with us.
For an informal conversation about this post please contact Struan Leslie (Head of Movement) Struan.email@example.com
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