Development and Communications Assistant
Central School of Ballet seeks an efficient, intelligent and enthusiastic individual to become part of its busy Development and Communications team. The team manages a wide range of activities throughout the year, ranging from organising in-house and external events to managing press tickets and writing newsletters. The job promises to be fast-paced and varied, so your ability to multi-task would be a huge benefit. The successful applicant will report to the Communications Manager, though will also provide administrative support for the whole Development and Communications team.
The role will suit a recent graduate or someone who has already gained 1-2 years relevant work experience and who has a genuine interest to develop their career further in a supporting role within the dance education sector. You will have strong administrative skills, a keen eye for detail and thrive on undertaking a range of important tasks. You will possess the ability to prioritise a varied workload, maintain confidentiality and will enjoy communicating clearly and effectively with a variety of audiences. Your attention to detail and your ability to find solutions to challenges will be as important as your commitment to delivering a high quality service to benefit our students, staff and other stakeholders.
This is a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience working across a range of areas in a leading dance school and you will be joining Central at a very exciting time in terms of its development. We are offering the role on a full-time and permanent basis and the closing date for applications is Tuesday 2nd February 2016 at 5 p.m. Interviews are expected to be held on either 8th or 9th February 2016, with a view to the successful applicant starting with us as soon as possible.
Please download the Job Description, Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form from the right-hand side of this page.
Central School of Ballet is an equal opportunities employer and aims to treat all applicants fairly by adhering to the Disclosure & Barring Service Code (DBS) of Practice. In line with School policy all posts require a DBS disclosure.