Teaching Fellow in Voice
Guildford School of Acting
Salary: £32,236 to £39,609 per annum pro rata (0.5 FTE) £16,118 - £19,804
Post Type: Part Time
Advert Placed: Friday 12 October 2018
Closing Date: Friday 09 November 2018
Interview Date: Friday 23 November 2018
The University of Surrey is a global university with a world-class research profile and an enterprising spirit. Inventive and forward-thinking, its heritage shows a recurring theme of going its own way, doing things differently – and achieving notable results.
Guildford School of Acting (GSA) is the conservatoire of the University of Surrey situated within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. As a founding member of the Federation of Drama Schools (FDS), GSA is one of the UK’s leading conservatoires for intensive vocational performance and technical theatre training and innovative performance research. In the National Student Survey 2018, GSA was ranked second in the UK conservatoire sector for overall satisfaction.
Established in 1935, GSA enjoys national and international renown as a leading conservatoire for performer training. GSA is arguably the world’s leading centre of excellence for musical theatre and actor musician training, in 2018, BA Acting final year students won the Spotlight Prize and the Alan Bates Award. The School has a diverse and vibrant community of performers, performance makers, creative practitioners and technicians graduating from its vocational training and research-led programmes each year.
We are seeking two exceptional individuals to join the Department of Acting & Performance as Teaching Fellows in Voice.
The successful candidates will be a dynamic voice teachers who must have a recognized qualification in MA Voice Studies, (MAVS) or an MA in Practice of Voice and Singing, (MAPOVAS) and should have a minimum of at least five years teaching or coaching experience. A good understanding of what the brand GSA is within the context of the University of Surrey including the successful programmes offered at GSA.The successful candidates will have demonstrable experience of conservatoire level training and academic processes. They will have a considerable professional profile either within the performing industry or the conservatoire sector and solid experience. They will have excellent knowledge of the training requirements for performers at the highest professional level to develop sustained careers.
The Department of Acting & Performance contains the following programmes; Foundation Acting; BA Acting; BA Theatre & Performance; BA Theatre (Online & Distance Learning); MA Theatre (Online & Distance Learning); MA Acting, and MFA Acting. It also provides classes for other programmes and departments.
As a new colleague at GSA you will join a thriving creative community, working with inspiring colleagues and students.
For an informal discussion please contact Chris Palmer, Head of Voice; firstname.lastname@example.org