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Central School Of Ballet


Junior School Ballet Dance Teacher (part-time, Mondays, 3 hours per week, 4.15pm – 7.15pm)

An affiliate of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, Central School of Ballet provides one of the most comprehensive dance courses available in Europe, preparing students for careers in classical ballet, contemporary dance and musical theatre. In addition to the Foundation and BA (hons) degree programmes, Central’s classes for younger dancers continue to attract hundreds of children. For those aspiring to a career as a dancer, our Prep and Pre Senior programme, Spring and Summer courses and Dance Days give 11 to 16 year olds a taste of life at a vocational dance school.

We are looking to recruit an inspirational ballet tutor to help deliver our Junior School Syllabus to 3-16 year olds through programmes that come under Central's umbrella of Widening Participation & Access. You will have a genuine desire to further develop your career within the dance sector and be motivated by helping children and young people reach their full potential.

Ideally you will bring with you experience of working in a similar role at a similar level and your strong dance training ability will be complimented by your excellent communication skills.

This is an exciting teaching position which we are offering on a part-time freelance basis, initially fixed term from Monday 31st October 2016 (Mondays, 3 hours per week - 4.15 pm – 7.15pm). The closing date for applications is Monday 24th October 2016. Interviews are expected to be held week commencing Monday 24th October 2016.

If interested in this position please send your CV to Debra.cougill@csbschool.co.uk

Please click on the link to the Right-Hand side of this page to download the full Job Description.

Central School of Ballet is an equal opportunities employer.In line with the School policy this post requires an enhanced DBS disclosure

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