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The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama seeks Lecturer in Theatre Sound

18 June 2020

ELIA member The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is looking to recruit a specialist practitioner in Theatre Sound.

Salary: Grade 6: £40,705 - 47,653 pro rata Permanent, Part time (0.8 FTE), including London Weighting

Closing Date: 14 July 2020, 9:00 am
 
Teaching at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Central values, embraces and is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Their mission is to shape the future of theatre and performance in the UK and beyond is contingent on a diverse and inclusive student and staff body, bringing richness, knowledge, innovation, new understandings and skills.
The school aspires to foster an environment of creativity and innovation, by placing the students at the centre of its work, creating new challenges and establishing itself as world-leading centre for performance teaching and research excellence
The Royal School of Speech and Drama has recognised expertise in the areas of drama education and pedagogy; acting and actor-training; technical theatre and technical production management, applied and social theatre; directing, directors, stage management, scenography and design; voice; movement; drama therapy; and cultural histories of performance.
Central values, embraces and is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Their mission is to shape the future of theatre and performance in the UK and beyond is contingent on a diverse and inclusive student and staff body, bringing richness, knowledge, innovation, new understandings and skills.
 
The successful candidate

Central is looking for a candidate with experience in theatre sound design and engineering, to lead and teach the Sound provision in the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice degree programme and promote an understanding of sound across the School and beyond. Applications from candidates broadening the practice and collaboration beyond the canon already well represented are especially welcomed.
 
The ideal candidate will have held a senior position of responsibility within a medium or large-scale producing venue or productions and have experience of working within higher education, including both teaching and assessing.
 
You will be expected to represent the School on the UK Association of Sound Designers and develop the continual exchange of knowledge between the School and professional theatre practice, both discipline-specific and encouraging widening participation and inclusivity. You will be expected to develop a personal scholarship or research enquiry and profile.
 
You will contribute to the development of the art of theatre sound by bringing professional practice into dialogue with international research in the sonic arts and sound studies and training the students who will shape the way theatre sounds in the future.

For further information and application details please visit: https://www.cssd.ac.uk/lecturer-sound


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