Closing Date: 4 May 2021
Remuneration: £25,200 (FTE: £31,500)
Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking a Learning and Teaching Manager to join our Education team.
The Learning and Teaching Manager develops, manages and leads key areas of the Learning department, with a focus on the “Lively Action” and Outreach programmes delivered to school groups (onsite and online), quality control of practitioner delivery and curriculum development.
This role is a part-time post and we are happy to discuss flexible working options. Please note that because of the nature of the role, some evening and weekend hours will be required (agreed in advance) and this role cannot be exclusively worked from home (under usual circumstances).
The successful candidate will be an experienced qualified English or Drama Secondary teacher or Primary teacher with a strong understanding of the education sector, the UK curriculum and practical drama education, alongside experience of delivering practical approaches to engaging students with Shakespeare. They will have proven budgetary experience, be able to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with a wide range of people and have the ability to lead, motivate and inspire their team, with a commitment to continuous improvement.
In addition, the successful candidate will understand and always embody the Globe’s mission, values and ways of working:
• Commitment to the principles of equality, diversity and anti-racism, and the ability to implement these within all areas of work.
• Supportiveness to others.
• Thoughtfulness, reflecting, and problem solving.
• Influencing and communicating with others.
Curiosity, experimentation and Shakespeare for all sit at the heart of Education at Shakespeare’s Globe. Building on the legacy of the department’s first thirty years, we carry forward popular and dynamic programmes to inspire students of all ages to learn about and love Shakespeare. Equality, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism underpin all that we do as we aim to foster an ethos of community, curiosity, quality and collaboration.
We celebrate Shakespeare’s transformative impact on the world by conducting a radical theatrical experiment. Inspired and informed by the unique historic playing conditions of two beautiful iconic theatres, our diverse programme of work harnesses the power of performance, cultivates intellectual curiosity and excites learning to make Shakespeare accessible for all. Find out more at shakespearesglobe.com
For more information and to apply, please download the job description from our website and return your completed application to email@example.com by Tuesday 4 May 2021 at 9.00am.
We regret that because of the high volume of anticipated applications, we may be unable to contact unsuccessful candidates. For any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
People of the Global Majority and disabled people are under-represented at the Globe. We encourage applications from these under-represented groups and we are also open to discussions about flexible working.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to monitoring the effectiveness of our policies and procedures, to help us meet our commitment to be an anti-racist, pro-equality organisation. We would appreciate all candidates responding to our diversity data monitoring survey alongside applications as this helps us make informed decisions about any changes we need to consider making to our recruitment policies, procedures and candidate experience.