FULL-TIME, PERMANENT POSITION
Salary: £29,500 (dependant on experience)
Are you a senior dance practitioner/leader? Do you have a passion for the arts? We have a fantastic opportunity for a Creative Director to join our Engagement Team.
Join us as we embark on a journey to inspire audiences on stage and beyond, with a creative vision crafted by Scotland.
About Scottish Ballet
Join us in our 51st year as Scotland’s national dance company, embarking on a new digital and creative journey to inspire audiences on stage and beyond. Based in Glasgow, we are an international touring company with an inspirational engagement programme.
We seek an exceptional individual who can significantly contribute to the long-term vision, creative development and output of Scottish Ballet’s award-winning Engagement Department.
We're looking for someone with extensive experience working across community, professional and formal education settings with a track record of creating projects that inspire people. You will be an excellent leader and choreographer, with innovative ideas for the conception and delivery of a wide range of dance initiatives.
Based in Glasgow, travel to attend events and performances across Scotland, the UK and occasionally beyond, will be required.
It is an exciting time to join Scottish Ballet. To apply please send;
- A cover letter outlining your interest in the role– why you believe your skills, knowledge and experience are relevant to the role (as defined in the ‘Key Responsibilities’ in the Job Description) and how you will add value to Scottish Ballet;
- A copy of your curriculum vitae;
- The names and contact details of at least two professional referees (these will only be contacted should you be offered the position);
- Your current salary;
- Details of how you found out about this role.
Deadline for applications: 27 November 2020
Interview dates to be confirmed.
Please send application and covering letter to Charlene McSherry or call 0141 331 2931 for further information.
Scottish Ballet is a charity registered in Scotland: SC008037