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Job Vacancies

Introduction

Drama Studio London is one of the top drama schools in the UK, with graduates working as professional actors all over the world. People who work here, students who study here and people who visit all comment on the friendly atmosphere and intimate feel of Drama Studio London.

Four aims underpin what we do –
1. We prepare for the profession through teaching by the profession
2. We focus on each individual student through all staff discussions, and a well-embedded tutor system.
3. We concentrate on awareness of uniqueness and individual needs, skills which are practical and practice in all genre to bring together teaching in all departments. (These are Acting, Voice, Movement, Media and Education)
4. Success is achieved through Respect, Endeavour and Enthusiasm (our Values)

Drama Studio London only teaches acting. That is our passion and our sole focus. We are not distracted by a large cohort of students all following different ambitions. Every one of our students has a single aim; to graduate and become a professional actor. Over 90% of graduates have achieved this within a year of graduating.

 

Stage Manager

Drama Studio London, part of the University of West London, is seeking an in-house Stage Manager.

This is a full-time post. Salary £25,000-£29,000 dependent on experience.

The role involves stage managing all in-house performances, from props to technical management. During off site productions, the Stage Manager is responsible for delivering technical support in collaboration with freelance staff.

The Stage Manager ensures that the health and safety and covid protocols of the school are regularly updated and are in line with government guidance.

Please send an introductory letter, a CV and the application pack below to admin@dramastudiolondon.co.uk 

Application pack:

EDI Monitoring Form

DSL Application Form

For any queries, please contact admin@dramastudiolondon.co.uk

Job start date: ASAP

Please submit your application by 26th August.

 

Course Leader, MFA

Drama Studio London, part of the University of West London, is seeking a Course Leader for its MFA in Professional Acting with Independent Production. This is a full-time post. Salary £45,000

The role involves leading the 2 year MFA programme and collaborating with a wide range of freelancers and the subject leaders in acting, recorded media, voice and movement to provide a cohesive and robust actor training at post-graduate level in a conservatoire environment.

Application pack:

Role Description and Personal Specification 

Job Application Process Outline

EDI Monitoring Form

DSL Application Form

For any queries, please contact admin@dramastudiolondon.co.uk


Job Start date: ASAP.


Application deadline: midday 26 August 2022. 

 

Course Leader, BA

Drama Studio London, part of the University of West London, is seeking a Course Leader for its BA (Hons) in Professional Acting. This is a full-time post. Salary £45,000

The role involves leading the 3 year BA programme and collaborating with a wide range of freelancers and the subject leaders in acting, recorded media, voice and movement to provide a cohesive and robust actor training at undergraduate level in a conservatoire environment.

For any queries, please contact admin@dramastudiolondon.co.uk

Job Start date: ASAP

Application deadline: midday 26 August 2022. 

Role Description and Personal Specification 

Job Application Process Outline

EDI Monitoring Form

DSL Application Form

 

Subject Leader, Undergraduate or Postgraduate 

Drama Studio London, part of the University of West London, is seeking two subject leaders in acting, one for undergraduate programmes (BA (Hons) in Professional Acting 3 Years) and one for postgraduate programmes (MFA (2 years) and PGDIP/MA (1 year). These are full-time posts. Salary circa £35,000.

The roles are responsible for shaping the learning journey of the named courses with the course leader and other subject leads, and implementing robust and coherent teaching, learning and assessment strategies in the acting modules within each course, delivering projects and schemes of work across each year and ensuring all students are enabled to develop and achieve their potential as actors in the classical / contemporary conservatoire training context. 

For any queries, please contact admin@dramastudiolondon.co.uk

Job Start date: ASAP

Application deadline: midday 26 August 2022. 

Role Description and Personal Specification 

Job Application Process Outline

EDI Monitoring Form

DSL Application Form

 

 

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