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Work With Us

We recognise that the success of LVBS is thanks to the commitment of our team who are the very heart of what we do. Joining our team means you’ll have the chance to work alongside those passionate about giving the next generation the tools they need to succeed. You will also be part of delivering our exciting mission of producing young people who go on to shape both the arts sector and the wider world with their skills and knowledge as thinking, creative individuals. 

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Openings

25/05/24

MATHS LEAD (MATERNITY COVER), 0.8 FTE, £36,000pa

This is a unique opportunity to join a vibrant and values-driven community and to lead on the delivery of an inspiring Mathematics curriculum for our students on a maternity cover basis.

This is a fixed term contract which will run until the 30th of May 2025 on a 0.8 FTE basis, with generous school holidays. September 2024 start.

Explore the full recruitment pack, here.

To apply, see the guidance within the recruitment pack.

Closing date for applications: Monday 15th of June 2024.

06/06/24

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, 0.8 FTE, £38,000pa

We are looking for a like-minded, driven and passionate Artistic Director to join us, leading on all artistic functions of the school and charity.

Following a significant period in the school’s 17-year history, underpinned by its rebranding as LVBS and a significant capital development project allowing additional and upgraded facilities, the school is ready to take its next steps as part of its three year plan for growth.

The Artistic Director role will shape and implement all artistic functions of the school and charity as it endeavours to grow its reach as a leading vocational educational provider in the South of England. The candidate will bring exceptional momentum to support the growth of the school’s Associate Course, STREAM outreach project and Holiday Courses whilst driving increases in full-time school admissions. Through scouting, strengthening industry connections and building partnerships alongside the curation and development of the school’s vibrant artistic curriculum, the role is a keystone in the future of the school’s mission.

Candidates will preferably have experience as an artistic leader in a performing arts educational or company setting, where they may have produced productions or curated training programmes to a high standard. The best candidates will have met deadlines and budgets, preferably in a not-for-profit environment and possess excellent communication skills. Candidates must be able to build an environment of collaboration and respect with faculty, parents/carers and students.

Explore the full recruitment pack, here.

To apply, see the guidance within the recruitment pack.

Closing date for applications: Monday 20th of June 2024.

 

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