Careers at One Dance UK
Dance in Education Manager (Maternity Cover)
We are seeking a committed and experienced specialist to provide maternity cover for our Dance in Education Manager post between April 2019 and January 2020.
The Dance in Education Manager is an integral role managing the dance in education work of One Dance UK. Working closely with the Head of Children and Young People’s (CYP) Dance, the Dance in Education Manager will ensure the effective delivery of One Dance UK’s work with the formal education sector including the continuing professional development (CPD) programme for teachers in schools, One Dance UK’s Arts Award and Artsmark projects and the development of a range of online and printed resources for teachers. The role will also take a lead in increasing teachers’ and schools’ membership of One Dance UK. The Dance in Education Manager will work with colleagues across the whole team to ensure that synergies across all areas of One Dance UK’s work are maximised.
Salary £25,000 full-time
How to apply
Please apply using the application from below. When completing the form, you should cross reference your skills and experience to the requirements outlined in the person specification and the duties listed in the job description for the position for which you are applying.
Applicants have the option of submitting the following supplementary evidence in support of their application. If you have examples of either of the following, please submit one example of either with your completed application form:
- A lesson plan or unit of work aimed at mainstream school teachers (of any key stage)
- An example of a course or online training programme that you have been instrumental in developing (this can be exemplified by a link to published evidence online, we do not need to see a full course specification at this stage).
Completed application forms (and any supplementary evidence) should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am on Wednesday 6 March 2019.
Interviews will be held on Friday 15 March in Birmingham in a wheelchair accessible building.