Salary: £25-30,000 pro rata to 1 April 2021, in the first instance (post available now)
Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
This position ensures that students can obtain the support they need during their training. That includes administering the scholarship scheme, ensuring disabled students can access any support provided by RADA through Disabled Students Allowances or other sources, arranging physiotherapy appointments, preparing and sending the weekly newsletter and supporting the Deputy Registrar.
We need someone who is kind, caring, likes working with people and is also very good at administration, organised and good at handling lots of different requests, often at the same time. You should also be fully and completely committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and show this through everything that you do and how you work, supporting students from all backgrounds to achieve success at RADA.
You will be part of the Student and Academic Services department at RADA, working in the Admissions and Student Services team. The department supports all aspects of higher education students’ experience of RADA. This includes general programme administration, all aspects of student support, including wellbeing and counselling, admissions, quality assurance and governance.
The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) is a world-leading training centre in acting and theatre production disciplines, inspiring students to experience the transformative possibilities of stage and screen. As award-winners and leaders in their fields - as actors, directors, writers, producers, lighting, sound and costume designers, prop makers, scenic artists, stage managers and production managers - our diverse student and graduate body make a significant contribution to the creative industries globally.
We especially encourage applications from people who identify as disabled and/or identify as black, Asian or are from minority ethnic backgrounds within the UK as these groups are under-represented at all levels in the RADA staff.
Deadline for applications: 11.59 pm, Friday 23 October
Interviews: w/c 26 October
Immediate start available