Actors wanted to Teach in an Outstanding Performing Arts Academy
About the Academy
The Academy is a Performing Arts specialist and purely teaches students ACTING, SINGING and DANCING.
The Academy is of mixed gender.
Students ages: 3 to 18 years old.
Location: The Midlands
Contract: Permanent on part time hours (based on passing first 3 months trial)
Days/hours: 1 day a week based on 3 working hours starting from 5pm to 8pm
Academy runs for 48 weeks a year and it is closed for Christmas, Easter and 2 weeks in summer break.
Class size: 20 maximum per 30 minutes session
Pay: starting from £15 an hour (depending on experience)
Outstanding potential for CPD within the Academy including potential of more hours, more pay, promotion to line mangers and the opportunity to become a principle of your own franchise working for the Academy.
Actors Candidate requirements:
Teaching experience: preferable whilst not a requirement as training is provided by the Academy.
Acting experience: yes - The Academy requires Actors to work with, and experience in the field is a must to fit the role.
Candidates should have a diverse understanding or all Acting genres to fulfill the standard required for teaching the Academies students.
Trained in Acting: Yes – Actors should have a form of qualification in Acting/Drama that supports their application for the role.
The candidate should be an outstanding performer to be able to take on the role in its fullest and to teach youngsters at the Academy the Acting profession at a high standard to achieve the ultimate best results from the Academies young talent attending each week.
Candidates must be passionate about Acting and the world of Acting.
Candidates must be committed to the role and excellent with time keeping.
Candidates must be inspired to make a difference with our youngsters and be able to continuously push the best out of all students.
Candidates must have a passion, care and understating of children needs and are required to be CRB checked.
Candidates are preferred to have experience in working with children and should have a sense of pride in developing children's performance ability supporting their dreams for the Performing Arts.
Candidates to have the flexibility to organise/plan practical lessons each week.
Candidate employed by the academy can enjoy being creative with their passion of Acting through this rewarding profession. Working Academy's bespoke set up, provides flexibility to our employees creativity within the Academy.
Candidates employed can build on their own Acting careers with this job position and with consideration to the flexible hours allowing plenty of time to continue with personal Acting jobs whilst at the same time as working with the Academy and gaining a good part time financial benefit supporting them with their other possible endeavors.
Teaching at the Academy will provide Actors an impressive portfolio and a priceless experience in teaching youngster the fine art of Acting and the necessary skills needed to make it in the industry whilst without any doubt helps to build confidence self-esteem for the students and a great fulfillment for the teaching staff responsible for the students success. An chance to achieve all of this at the same time of having a bundle of fun in doing it all and not forgetting through this opportunity your setting yourself up for a promising in teaching should you wish to take this role as a permanent career in later years to come.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesProvided to teachers by the Academy's principle near the time of performance dates.
Paid - £15 per hour
The owner of this listing has agreed to abide by the UK National Minimum Wage Act. Find out more
Anyone, aged 20 and overApply now
- Located in London, UK
- Joined January, 2009