PART-TIME (2.5 days per week), FIXED TERM POSITION (2YRS)
Salary: £23,231 pro-rata 

Scottish Ballet is seeking a dynamic individual to work as part of our Engagement team. You will be part of an exceptional organisation, delivering key outcomes that support Scottish Ballet’s vision and strategic outcomes.

In 2019 Scotland’s national dance company celebrated 50 years of inspiring audiences on stage and beyond, with a creative vision crafted by Scotland. Based in Glasgow, Scottish Ballet tours nationally, throughout the UK and internationally. Scottish Ballet’s broad repertoire includes new versions of the classics and ground-breaking commissions, as well as an innovative digital season every two years and an extensive engagement programme tailored to the needs of diverse communities.

Reporting to the Engagement Creative Director, you will engage in a wide variety of creative duties, including the planning and delivery of projects, workshops and talks for participants of all ages, and to contribute to the management, planning and evaluation of activities through regular administration. You will also actively participate in the day-to-day running and contributing to the long-term vision of the Engagement Department.

The successful applicant for this position will have a proven track record of working in an engagement role. A degree in dance or equivalent would be required with at least two years delivery / teaching experience. They will be a skilled communicator, articulate, enthusiastic, have excellent interpersonal skills and have a genuine passion for the arts. The ability to manage a busy workload and prioritise appropriately is vital to this role. The Engagement Officer should be able to work effectively as part of a team and under their own initiative.

It is a really exciting time to join Scottish Ballet. If this role sounds like you then we would love to hear from you. To apply please send;

  • A letter outlining your interest in being considered for the position – why you believe your skills and knowledge and experience are relevant to the role (as defined in the ‘Key Accountabilities’) 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: 5 pm on 14 February 2020

Interviews date to be confirmed.

Please send application and covering letter to Charlene McSherry or e-mail or call 0141 331 2931 for further information

Scottish Ballet is a charity registered in Scotland: SC008037