BA Acting Course Leader (North)
ALRA are looking for an BA Acting Course Leader (North) to join our small team, with world leading ambition. Very recent graduates have played leading roles in Hangmen (Broadway), The Jungle (Broadway), Bridgerton (Netflix), Coronation Street (ITV), I May Destroy You (BBC) and many other exciting and high-profile productions.
The role will have direct responsibility for the BA Acting Course, contributing to the artistic development of curriculum in collaboration with Deans, taking on the September 2020 cohort onwards, and share responsibility with BA Course Leader in the opposite campuses for staffing, discipline, pastoral support and administering the curriculum. Teaching hours will be set at 18 to 21 hours per week and can contribute to any aspect of the delivery. The BA role salary is offered between 30k and 36k on a full-time basis only and is dependent on experience and qualifications.
ALRA has an ambition to increase the representation of our talented and ambitious faculty by encouraging applications from candidates from a range of ethnicities, sexualities, faiths, genders and bodies. As an institution we are committed to providing our students with teaching-artists they can aspire to from the many intersections of our society.
ALRA’s training focuses on finding the best way for the student to learn, we offer many ways into the process of acting, and have a particular bias towards the imagination, poetic activity and allowing the individuality of our learners to continually teach us, as a faculty, how to work. Drawing the best ideas and methods from traditional western trainings, whilst rejecting their ideals around a ‘way’ of acting, ALRA constantly reviews biases and recognises that this is an opportunity to work with people that have the experience and passion to contribute to our artistic vision, bringing authentic knowledge and insight.
Deadline for BA Acting Course Leader (North): Monday 27th July at 12pm
Interviews: 4th and 5th August
The candidates will be expected to start on the 14th September 2020 and will have a 6-month probation period.